£32000.00 - £69000.00 per annum
15 days ago
Civil Engineer required for Dungeness B power station on a permanent basis. Exciting opportunity to work in the South East, which enjoys the warmest and driest weather in the UK. With high speed transport links to London and Europe, makes working at Dungeness a fantastic opportunity.
Your responsibilities as Station Civil Engineer at Dungeness B will be to manage the civil asset, which is achieved by acting as a technical conscience, alignment to international standards, technical governance, equipment reliability and investment. You will be supported to achieve this via an accredited training scheme by a central engineering Civil Design Group.
On Station you will be a member of the Engineering Department reporting to the Components & Programmes Group Head and work closely with colleagues across the organisation. You will also work together with Maintenance, Work Management, Supply Chain, our contract partners and act as a key interface with our Chief Technical Organisation, interfacing with stakeholders throughout the business.
Your day to day duties will include:
Managing the reliability and maintenance policy for the Pre-stressed Concrete Pressure Vessel (PCPV),
Civil Structures (including, roofs, cladding and glazing), Drains (oily, foul & surface), Flood & Sea
Defences, Roads & Fences and Cranes.
Identifying risks and defining the need for investment in the above plant systems.
Provision of civil engineering advice and oversight of defects, repairs and modifications.
Acting as a point of contact on civil matters to Civil Design Group, Design Authority and our Chief
Statutory Outage duties including PCPV tendon stressing.
Liaising with peers within the fleet, sharing best practice and continually improving local and fleet performance.
Knowledge, Skills, Qualifications, Experience
We are seeking an enthusiastic individual, whereby drive and ownership are as important to the role as innovation to improve station performance and deliver business plan objectives.
We are looking for someone who is organised, self-motivated with a positive attitude and able to work under their own initiative. Youll need drive, a sense of ownership and a "can do" attitude. You will be trained as to why nuclear is special and be required to demonstrate the highest standards of nuclear professionalism and safety.
You will have good communication and presentation skills, be able to convey complex information in a simple
and concise way (both written and verbal) to both technical and non-technical stakeholders.
Candidates must have HNC in civil engineering and be working towards Chartered Civil or Structural Engineering status.