Nuclear Safety Engineer H/F

  • Assystem Energy & Infrastructure
  • Itäinen Puistotie 13, 00140 Helsinki, Finlande
  • févr. 01, 2020
Contrat CDI

Description

The candidate for the nuclear safety engineer position will be part of a nuclear safety integrated team, integrating personnel from AREVA and TVO. The scope of work of the candidate within the team is defined by (but not limited to) the following: Develop the nuclear safety culture of the AREVA and consortium teams and their contractors at all phases of the project:   -Draft safety messages, -Design and provide trainings, -Value experience feedback, -Collect weak signals and include them in databases, -Review events and weak signals and propose preventive actions, -Ensure interface with WANO and OSART for nuclear safety matters, -Review and assess nuclear safety culture, define and implement actions where appropriate        2.  Provide nuclear safety support and recommendations for the safe performance of the activities of the AREVA and consortium teams (engineering, commissioning, operation, maintenance, scheduling, radiation protection, HSE…): -Review processes, -Support performance or modification of commissioning tests, -Support performance or scheduling of preventive and corrective maintenance, -Support design change requests, -Support overall scheduling of activities, -Participate to start-up committee reviews, -Support performance of risk assessments, -Support assessments for technical specifications deviations or change proposals, To perform those tasks, the suitable candidate shall show sufficient proficiency in the following:   Essential skills: - Good command of technical English (written and spoken), - Pressurized Water Reactor knowledge (general description, main process systems, operation modes…), at least 10 years of practical experience in the nuclear industry among which 5 years at least on nuclear power plants, - Practical experience in risk assessment activities, -Practical knowledge of nuclear safety regulations and guidelines, knowledge of the fundamentals of Nuclear Safety Culture (IAEA INSAG 4 publication, WANO key organizational parameters), - Practical experience of root cause analysis, - Practical experience of corrective and preventive actions proposals, and follow-up of action plans, - Good command of MS Office software (Word, Powerpoint, Excel).   Desired skills: - Good command of French and / or Finnish (written and spoken), - Practical experience of large-scale projects in international environments, - Practical experience of commissioning or start-up of nuclear facilities, - Practical experience in technical specifications use and interpretation, - Practical experience in regulator interface, - Knowledge of practical tools for the development of nuclear safety culture, - General knowledge of human factors methodology, - Practical experience of in-field observation and reporting, - Practical experience in the design and / or performance of training sessions, - Practical experience in the design of written communication (e.g. safety messages), - Practical experience of working group leading.

Description entité

Depuis 50 ans, nous sommes animés par la conviction que les ingénieurs, par leur audace, leur expertise et leur capacité à faire bouger les lignes sont les architectes du monde de demain. Tous les jours, nos 5 700 collaborateurs innovent au contact de leurs clients. Ils accompagnent les plus grands projets de l'ingénierie mondiale dans les domaines de l'énergie, de la santé, des sciences de la vie et des transports. Groupe international en forte croissance, nous sommes présents dans 14 pays (Europe, Moyen-Orient, Asie, Afrique).

Entité

Assystem FSP

Mission

The candidate for the nuclear safety engineer position will be part of a nuclear safety integrated team, integrating personnel from AREVA and TVO. The scope of work of the candidate within the team is defined by (but not limited to) the following: Develop the nuclear safety culture of the AREVA and consortium teams and their contractors at all phases of the project:   -Draft safety messages, -Design and provide trainings, -Value experience feedback, -Collect weak signals and include them in databases, -Review events and weak signals and propose preventive actions, -Ensure interface with WANO and OSART for nuclear safety matters, -Review and assess nuclear safety culture, define and implement actions where appropriate        2.  Provide nuclear safety support and recommendations for the safe performance of the activities of the AREVA and consortium teams (engineering, commissioning, operation, maintenance, scheduling, radiation protection, HSE…): -Review processes, -Support performance or modification of commissioning tests, -Support performance or scheduling of preventive and corrective maintenance, -Support design change requests, -Support overall scheduling of activities, -Participate to start-up committee reviews, -Support performance of risk assessments, -Support assessments for technical specifications deviations or change proposals,

Profil

To perform those tasks, the suitable candidate shall show sufficient proficiency in the following:   Essential skills: - Good command of technical English (written and spoken), - Pressurized Water Reactor knowledge (general description, main process systems, operation modes…), at least 10 years of practical experience in the nuclear industry among which 5 years at least on nuclear power plants, - Practical experience in risk assessment activities, -Practical knowledge of nuclear safety regulations and guidelines, knowledge of the fundamentals of Nuclear Safety Culture (IAEA INSAG 4 publication, WANO key organizational parameters), - Practical experience of root cause analysis, - Practical experience of corrective and preventive actions proposals, and follow-up of action plans, - Good command of MS Office software (Word, Powerpoint, Excel).   Desired skills: - Good command of French and / or Finnish (written and spoken), - Practical experience of large-scale projects in international environments, - Practical experience of commissioning or start-up of nuclear facilities, - Practical experience in technical specifications use and interpretation, - Practical experience in regulator interface, - Knowledge of practical tools for the development of nuclear safety culture, - General knowledge of human factors methodology, - Practical experience of in-field observation and reporting, - Practical experience in the design and / or performance of training sessions, - Practical experience in the design of written communication (e.g. safety messages), - Practical experience of working group leading.

Métier

Expertise Métier

Date de publication

févr. 01, 2020

Secteur

Nucléaire