Jacobs Nuclear Safety Case Consultant in Birchwood, United Kingdom
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About the Opportunity
We are searching for highly motivated people with a sound understanding of nuclear safety cases, who excel at technical work and are passionate about improving nuclear safety. We have a number of positions available at all levels of experience, from early careers to the highly experienced. For those early in their career we can offer comprehensive on-going training and development. For the highly experienced, we can provide positions of considerable responsibility on a long-term secure project.
Our work covers all areas of nuclear safety, nuclear engineering and science and research in support of the UK defence nuclear enterprise. The Jacobs Assurance, Technology and Regulation (AT&R) business unit has been supporting the MOD‘s nuclear submarine programme for over 60 years and has a large, diverse team of highly experienced staff.
Staff within AT&R work on some of the most complex, challenging and important projects within the UK, and their work helps maintain the safety of UK defence activities. As a member of AT&R you will work with technical experts across multiple specialist disciplines to review safety positions, formulate advice, and fully engage with stakeholders.
Our main office is in Birchwood, Warrington, however we work flexibly and will consider alternative locations to base staff. While we are primarily looking for full time staff we will also consider other working patterns for the right candidates.
• Carry out assessments of nuclear safety cases and supporting documentation on behalf of our customers
• Support the development of advice to the MOD on approaches to maintain the highest levels of nuclear safety for UK defence projects
• Interact with our MOD clients and their contractors to communicate and explain our advice
• Support our MOD clients in on site meetings, inspections and audits
• Support programmes that train, develop and disseminate knowledge both within AT&R and to our clients
Here’s What You’ll Need:
Here’s What You’ll Need
• General engineering, technical or scientific qualification, graduate level or equivalent
• Experience of writing or assessing safety cases for the nuclear industry or other high hazard industries
• Applicants should have excellent interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to work in project teams
• Ability to obtain an SC security clearance
• UK Citizenship
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