£29.00 - £31.00 per hour
about 1 year ago
Looking for experience in the production of documentation in one or more of the following areas:
* Technical Files
* Operation and Maintenance Instructions
* Recovery Instructions
* Schedule of Recommended Spares
* Commissioning Method Statements
* System Performance Demonstrations
* Training Materials
Must have good communications skills, being able to liaise with in-house engineering design personnel and to interface with client representatives.
In addition to technical writing experience Candidates should have familiarity with be knowledgeable as to the purpose of the 'Technical File', its typical content and the legislation which impacts it relative to product it describes, including, but not restricted to:
The Supply of Machinery (Safety) Regulations 2008, The Health and safety at Work Regulations 1974 The Electromagnetic Compatibility Regulations 1992
Previous experience would have required candidates to detail the steps necessary for the repair / replacement of different types of equipment on plant and subsequent setting to work on completion, where the document user is to be suitably qualified and experienced in plant and equipment maintenance.
Candidates will ideally have familiarity with nuclear plant design and awareness of nuclear safety requirements and implications.
Bonus to have nuclear industry experience and particularly 'hands on' experience in a nuclear plant environment.