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HVAC Engineer / Fluid Systems Engineer - UK Nuclear New Build

Role: HVAC Engineer / Fluid Systems Engineer - UK Nuclear New Build

Location: Bristol - 2 minutes drive off of M4/M5 junction

Salary: £30000 - £52000/year (possibly more for an outstanding candidate)

Start: October 2018 onwards (due to need to obtain securoty clearance - long notice period will be accepted for the right candidate)

An exciting opportunity exists for experienced and ambitious Process / Mechancial Engineers with knowledge/experience of HVAC / Fluid Systems to work for our large, prestigious client in helping to design the next fleet of nuclear power stations in the UK.

The HVAC Engineer / Fluid Systems Engineer will be responsible for performing the necessary specification and analysis to produce the I&C design for a number of systems within the systems group for the HPC project. The I&C Engineer will also be responsible for coordinating I&C activities during the next configuration when the I&C documentation is updated for all systems in 2019.

PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTABILITIES

Responsible for developing the I&C data package and associated documentation for fluid or HVAC systems specific to HPC

  • Applying EDF EPR engineering rules applicable for I&C design e.g. for platform allocation
  • Defining the I&C functional requirements cascading the requirements from key safety inputs to ensure the safety case is respected
  • Using the DFD tool to define the I&C logic
  • Writing the test procedure and testing the control logic using the valid DFD tool
  • Using the Conduite tool to define the HMI in the Control Room
  • Producing the I&C parts of the System Design Manual (P5, P5.6, P6.1, P6.2 and P6.3)

Responsible for coordination of I&C activities within the systems group

  • Single Point of Contact for I&C activities in the team
  • Representing ESW in cross-project forums to establish common understandings, share knowledge, cascade information to the teams and ensure consistency between the different design teams
  • Facilitating I&C discussions between client's engineers and counterparts in France
  • Leading Kick off Meetings, pre-job briefs and post-job debriefs for the start of the I&C sequence at RC2
  • Performing technical peer reviews of I&C documents produced by other engineers in the team
  • Mentoring and support less experience engineers throughout the I&C sequence to update their system documentation

SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS

Essential

  • I&C, Mechanical, Chemical or Electrical Engineering degree or equivalent qualification
  • Knowledge of Instrumentation and Control design
  • Understanding of Safety Case construction and Nuclear Safety requirements placed on systems

Desirable:

  • Knowledge of the EPR I&C design principles and I&C platforms
  • Experience of I&C design at Taishan or Flamanville
  • Experience of fluid or HVAC system I&C design
  • Knowledge of nuclear fluid or HVAC system design, calculation and modelling
  • Knowledge of EPR design principles and Safety Classification
  • Knowledge of UK licensing requirements and its application within the HPC project
  • Ability to speak and write technical documents in French
  • Familiarity with Human Performance techniques
  • Experience of working on an operating plant or on an industrial site

For the right candidate, or client can offer a salary of up to £52000 (possibly more for an outstanding canddiate) along with an excellent benefits package including pension, bonus and healthcare, and the opportunity to become part of a respected and ambitious company with excellent career prospects and international opportunities.

MORSON INTERNATIONAL, part of the Morson Group, are the leading TECHNICAL & ENGINEERING RECRUITMENT COMPANY in the UK specialising in Technical Support to the following industries: Nuclear, Power Generation, Aerospace, Rail, Marine, Petrochemical & Construction