Senior defence nuclear saftey case engineer

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senior defence nuclear saftey case engineer

£40,000 – £55,000 per annum + plus benefits (Permanent)


A company are looking for nuclear safety case Engineer.

Are you ready to be a Senior Defence Nuclear Safety Case Engineer, then they would love you to join their team? They are after people who thrive on making a strong personal contribution and working collaboratively with colleagues and clients to create solutions that enhance the reputations of themselves, and their clients. They want you to be someone who thrives in a growing business, and we will provide you the environment to progress your career as the business expands.

They will want you to play an effective role in a range of projects in support of both existing and new assets in the Defence Nuclear domain. The assets include mechanical handling, infrastructure, and mobile equipment. In addition to this, the Engineer will be expected to deliver innovative consultancy advice to core clients and to work with colleagues in the civil nuclear industry to share resources and best practice.

Working within our ADS&T business, you will be in a unique position of being able to offer full concept through to detailed design capability across some fantastic, inspirational projects. From our office we are involved in developing innovative, practical solutions for our clients across the UK and further afield.

With existing relationships with the major operators in the defence sector, they offer a stimulating variety of work, within a team which is rapidly developing to meet the challenge of defence nuclear.


The role will entail providing safety case advice during the design, operation, and decommissioning of nuclear facilities and to produce all nuclear safety documentation as part of the Site Licence Conditions. Typical documents you will be expected to produce will include the following:

Hazard/fault identification studies e.g., HAZOP, FMEA, etc.

Qualitative and Quantitative Hazard Assessments.

Radiological Hazard Assessments.

Probabilistic Safety Assessments.

Safety Case preparation (e.g., EC, PMP, PSR, PCSR, etc).

Support to Engineering Substantiation studies.

Safety management studies.

Nuclear technology technical reports.

Engineering Change (EC) production (Cat 1 and Cat 2).

Fault studies.

Design Authority technical reports.

Other key aspects of the role will include mentoring others in a technical capacity, assisting in the production of bids and proposals, and implementing and contributing to safety initiatives. You will also liaise with operators, designers, and clients, building a strong relationship with them.

If you are interested in applying for this role, please send an updated CV to Andrew Sparks

or call on 02038542961.

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