about 1 month ago
My nuclear client is looking for a Hazzard Studies Engineer to join their team in Bristol.
The Hazard Studies Engineer conducts studies relating to extreme cold, internal explosion, pipework ruptures and earthquakes on the buildings that the client is responsible for in order to verify that classified equipment meets the protection requirements.
From Flamanville 3 feedback and analysis of the UK modifications, the Hazard Studies Engineer will have to propose some changes/optimisation to the Layout Team in order to de-risk at an early stage, the design related to hazard protection requirements.
Verification Studies Analysis
From input data supplied by the architect engineer (list of classified equipment), by the systems engineers (description of plant main systems), and by the 3D model, the Hazard Studies Engineer will:
Produces studies relating to:
ruptures in high energy pipework (identification of targets),
Produce simplified design calculation hypotheses and define the various possible scenarios for each internal threat situation:
Identify the equipment under threat and also the way in which the equipment would be affected.
Produce studies on the functional redundancies impacted.
On one dedicated hazard topic, provide contributions to the safety report and the doctrine and liaise with the client and the Office for Nuclear Regulation (ONR).
The Hazard Studies Engineer will :
Relay to the building general layout controllers the changes to be made to the general layout, highlighted by the functional analysis studies completed by the architect engineer.
Present the results of these studies regularly to the project teams.
The Hazard Studies Engineer will also be attached to one dedicated building, and will be the correspondent for the integration of all the hazard studies (both inside and outside the client scope such as internal flooding, external explosion, etc.) in the early stages of the design and with the support of referent engineer
They will work in conjunction with the Building Group Leaders, the Nuclear Safety Team, the System Engineers, Civil Engineers and Plant Layout Engineers.
Required skills & experience
Degree qualified Engineer (preferably Mechanical or Electrical)
Experience in the area of hazard studies, systems, layout engineering and pipework
Good knowledge of safety requirements
Microsoft Office (Word, Excel etc.)
Fluent in English
Knowledge and the ability to navigate PDMS and Navisworks software
The Hazard Studies Engineer should have the ability to take a strategic view with good interpersonal skills and be able to communicate at all levels. They should be able to write clearly-expressed and well-presented reports.