E,C&I Designer

  • Assystem Energy & Infrastructure
  • Blackburn, Royaume-Uni
  • févr. 04, 2021
Contrat CDI

Description

Job Title: E, C & I Designer Location: Blackburn Duration: Staff   Assystem are an Award Winning International Engineering Design Consultancy who provide innovative and cutting edge solutions. We have a number of UK based offices and a significant, loyal client base. As our reputation for proficient delivery of complex projects grows stronger, we have a requirement for an E,C&I Designer to join the team in Blackburn. E, C & I Designer The Project: The work will entail the design of deployment equipment to interface with the store access porthole, racking and inspection equipment. Then to progress to provide support to manufacture and the associated trials activities. Specific Responsibilities: You will be able to translate the design concepts into scheme drawings, to develop into General Arrangements, architecture drawings, line drawings, loops, hook ups, schematic and other detailed manufacturing drawings, in accordance with relevant standard, for the manufacture or purchase of such items. the Designer you will have an awareness of the appropriate codes, standards, legal and regulatory requirements, which are relevant to their work. They shall ensure that their work is compliant to such standards, and that compliance evidence is suitably recorded, documented and available to the project team. You will have knowledge of the various software design tools and will also have experience of designing pragmatic solutions. More experienced designers are expected to guide, support and develop junior team members. You will be sufficiently knowledgeable in design processes and procedures to ensure their work complies with the relevant Quality Management System (QMS). You will understand project time and cost constraints. They will be capable of accurately reporting their work progress and supporting the development of work breakdowns, estimates and programmes.  A full job specification is available. Your Background: You will have previous experience in an E,C&I Design role preferably within the Nuclear industry. You should be an experienced user of AutoCAD & AutoCAD Electrical with experience creating engineering designs within a project team. Also with the completion of an Apprenticeship, Graduate Scheme or depth of relevant industrial experience. Security clearance: Due to the nature of work to be undertaken applicants will be required to meet certain residency criteria in order to attain a minimum level of UK security clearance if not already security cleared to a minimum SC level. Apply Now: To apply forward your CV on this advertisement, if you have any queries about the role or require a full job spec please contact Aidan - adunphy@assystem.com

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).

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Mission

Job Title: E, C & I Designer Location: Blackburn Duration: Staff   Assystem are an Award Winning International Engineering Design Consultancy who provide innovative and cutting edge solutions. We have a number of UK based offices and a significant, loyal client base. As our reputation for proficient delivery of complex projects grows stronger, we have a requirement for an E,C&I Designer to join the team in Blackburn. E, C & I Designer The Project: The work will entail the design of deployment equipment to interface with the store access porthole, racking and inspection equipment. Then to progress to provide support to manufacture and the associated trials activities. Specific Responsibilities: You will be able to translate the design concepts into scheme drawings, to develop into General Arrangements, architecture drawings, line drawings, loops, hook ups, schematic and other detailed manufacturing drawings, in accordance with relevant standard, for the manufacture or purchase of such items. the Designer you will have an awareness of the appropriate codes, standards, legal and regulatory requirements, which are relevant to their work. They shall ensure that their work is compliant to such standards, and that compliance evidence is suitably recorded, documented and available to the project team. You will have knowledge of the various software design tools and will also have experience of designing pragmatic solutions. More experienced designers are expected to guide, support and develop junior team members. You will be sufficiently knowledgeable in design processes and procedures to ensure their work complies with the relevant Quality Management System (QMS). You will understand project time and cost constraints. They will be capable of accurately reporting their work progress and supporting the development of work breakdowns, estimates and programmes.  A full job specification is available.

Profil

Your Background: You will have previous experience in an E,C&I Design role preferably within the Nuclear industry. You should be an experienced user of AutoCAD & AutoCAD Electrical with experience creating engineering designs within a project team. Also with the completion of an Apprenticeship, Graduate Scheme or depth of relevant industrial experience. Security clearance: Due to the nature of work to be undertaken applicants will be required to meet certain residency criteria in order to attain a minimum level of UK security clearance if not already security cleared to a minimum SC level. Apply Now: To apply forward your CV on this advertisement, if you have any queries about the role or require a full job spec please contact Aidan - adunphy@assystem.com

Métier

Conception / Etudes / Développement / Méthodes

Date de publication

févr. 04, 2021

Secteur

Nucléaire