7 months ago
EC&I Project Engineer - Annan DG12 6RF - Duration 12 months - Rate c£525/day umbrella.
Key words / skills: EC&I, Project Engineer, Electrical, Controls, Instrumentation, Nuclear, Power Station, Design, BPSS.
Wilde Recruitment Ltd are working along side Magnox in order to recruit an EC&I Project Engineer to work on a 12 month contract at Annan DG12.
As an EC&I Project Engineer your duties and responsibilities will include:
Nuclear engineers research nuclear energy and radiation processes to develop systems and equipment (e.g. medical devices). Nuclear engineers develop nuclear technology and applications of radiation. They research ways of utilizing nuclear power and design new systems and products (e.g. radiation cores). They also monitor operations in power plants and follow safety standards. To provide fit for purpose engineering solutions for complex projects. To ensure that design authority standards and configuration control are applied appropriately.
The waste programme has awarded a £7.5M contract for the design, detail design, manufacture, build and commissioning of the Wet Waste Retrieval System at CPX. This post is a vacancy on the project organisation chart. ECI support has been provided regionally from HNA but workload demands will be greater than the regional support can provide. This post will also support the interface testing, inactive and active commissioning of MILWEP/CXPP/Sludge and Sand/CXPP-Xross Site Transporter-Interim Storage Facility.
You will be an experienced EC&I Project Engineer.
HNC / HND.
Nuclear / Power Station Experience.
To discuss this vacancy please contact: James Walker or Mike Kelly
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