Published: 15th February 2017 (7 days ago)
Job Title: Nuclear Safety & Licensing Engineer
Job Reference: ANI12277
Job Type: Permanent
Description: We are currently seeking a Nuclear Safety & Licensing Engineer, to join one of their reputable clients who operate as a leading Global provider of Electricity, Natural Gas and Energy Services. This is a fantastic opportunity for driven, ambitious and motivated Engineers looking to grow within a business who promote positive change and growth across Energy markets.
As owner of the Nuclear Safety Process inside our client, the group is responsible for the following:
* Safety Culture : contribute to the understanding and implementation inside the clients nuclear safety principles;
* Rules & Regulations : analyse the evolution of Safety & Licensing rules and regulations and validate those to be applied to each project ;
* Safety Implementation : check the correct application of the Rules and Regulations within the projects (through guidance review and audits);
* Safety Cases : analyse safety issues and propose interpretation or positions.
* As a Nuclear Safety & Licensing Engineer, your responsibilities will be inclusive of, but not limited to
* Safety Officer function within projects: assure the proper consideration of nuclear licensing and safety aspects in studies/projects; establish safety requirements, analyse and ensure compliance with safety requirements, organisation of safety reviews, contacts with Safety Authorities;
* Assistance to the client’s nuclear licensing process, including the establishment of associated documents such as PSAR and FSAR (preliminary and final safety assessment report);
* Safety analysis and assessment, e.g.: classification & qualification requirements with respect to safety functions and items important to safety, radiological consequences studies, internal and external hazards studies including definition of the load case, determination of PIE's (postulated initiating events) and DBA's (design basis accidents), statistical setpoint studies.
* Master degree in Engineering. A degree in Nuclear Science constitutes a further asset;
* Experience in nuclear, general nuclear safety approach, general nuclear licensing knowledge or one of the above mentioned domains constitute further assets (but the position is also open for junior profiles with less experience);
* Good knowledge of Dutch and/or French, willing to learn the second national language, and English;
* The ability to write position papers and synthesis reports; you are able to write clear safety positions and argumentation.