The Plant Engineer (Electrical) will report to the Engineering Manager, they shall provide assurance that all Electrical activities are being undertaken in a safe and compliant manner, so as to meet all requirements of the Nuclear Site Licence and all Regulatory and Legislative purposes. The ideal candidate will be experienced in working in a regulatory capacity; detail oriented, and is able to work to stringent deadlines.
- ·Responsible for ensuring compliance to the relevant sites engineering procedures associated with disciplined operations & maintenance
- Responsible for constantly challenging the electrical maintenance processes on plant and ensuring plant is operated & maintained to appropriate standards
- Primary interface with Design team on electrical changes to plant, including reviewing design change packages and installation and testing procedures.
- Responsible for reviewing of equipment parameters, trend analysis and improvements of plant, not only by trending but also industry wide best practice information
- ·Provide advice on ageing plant and carry out appropriate condition assessment techniques to support NNL’s Asset Care program
- ·Responsible for undertaking regular self-audits and task observations within their area of responsibility ensuring EHSS&Q standards are being maintained according to set procedures
- ·Attend any forums (internal or external) as requested to keep abreast of best practices around other NNL Laboratories, responsible for sharing and implementing any learning
- ·Assist the Engineering Manager in delivering the company values, they shall be expected to maintain a forward vision to develop and implement the best solutions in the best interest of the business
- ·Provide assurance that all events or incidents within their area of responsibility are investigated thoroughly, ensure appropriate corrective actions have been discharged in a timely manner throughout the lifecycle of the event
- Assist with the coaching and mentoring of the Engineering team as and when required
The Ideal Candidate
- Degree Qualified (electrical discipline) or HND in an equivalent discipline. Relevant experience may be considered in lieu of stated qualifications
- Hold an Electrical craft apprenticeship
- Hold IOSH Managing Safely or equivalent as a minimum qualification
- Safety Case awareness, demonstrable knowledge of nuclear Safety Mechanisms (SM), Safety Related (SR) and Safety Features (SF)
- Provide evidence of having initiative and ability to plan and direct own work and work independently
- Ability to demonstrate conservative decision making, even in pressure situations
- Demonstrable knowledge of operational & maintenance requirements
About the Company
NNL plays a key role in the UK and global nuclear industry. That means reducing the cost of clean-up and decommissioning, maintaining critical skills and attracting talented new people to the industry. We’re the only UK organisation with the skills, facilities and expertise to provide technical; support to all aspects of the nuclear industry. What’s more, we pride ourselves on offering quality, value and service to every one of our customers.
National Nuclear Laboratory