Jacobs Senior Structural Integrity Engineer in Birchwood, United Kingdom
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In addition to the benefits you’d expect, UK employees also receive free single medical cover and digital GP service, family-friendly benefits such as enhanced parental leave pay and free membership of employee assistance and parental programmes, plus reimbursement towards relevant professional development and memberships. We also give back to our communities through our Collectively program which incorporates matched-funding, paid volunteering time and charitable donations.
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About the Opportunity:
The Materials Science and Structural Integrity (MSSI) department undertakes research and consultancy on a range of structural and mechanical issues for customers who operate safety critical structures. Supported by advanced laboratory and theoretical modelling facilities, the predominant activities are a mixture of consulting, research, technical assessment and testing.
Our Structural Integrity & Materials Engineering Team, based at our Birchwood Park office near Warrington in Cheshire, UK comprises a broad range of multi-disciplined structural integrity experts spanning metallurgy, materials science, corrosion science, finite element stress analysis, structural integrity analysis/assessment, structural and mechanical engineering and advanced manufacturing processes. We provide these services to a range of customers, mainly but not exclusively in the nuclear industry, to ensure the economic and safe operation of capital-intensive plant, from both government and private industry. We also actively participate in a number of national and international projects and maintain close links with universities, particularly in relation to the research and development work we undertake and support.
Currently, there is an opportunity for a Senior Structural Integrity Engineer to work on developing and applying structural integrity assessment methods, particularly applied to metallic components. Ideally, an applicant should have an understanding of conventional and computational stress analysis, in particular the ABAQUS finite element package, and the use of fracture mechanics methodologies.
Hands on training/development and support will be provided by experts in this field.
You will be responsible for:
Perform technical analysis/consultancy, completing assigned tasks to time, cost and quality.
Undertake documentation, record keeping and review in line with QA and project requirements.
Produce fit-for-purpose deliverables such as contributions to customer reports, analysis of calculated or measured results, minutes of meetings.
Produce contributions to customer reports.
Perform technical studies and/or calculations, analyse results, summarise findings.
Pro-actively interact and collaborate with project team.
Here’s What You’ll Need:
Honours Degree (or equivalent) in relevant technical subject (e.g. BEng/BSc).
An interest or aptitude in one or more of the following would be advantageous:
Knowledge of Nuclear Power Plant Operation/Design.
Finite Element Analysis.
High Temperature Analysis.
Design Codes & Standards.
Safety Case / Nuclear Regulation.
Demonstration of personal behaviours in keeping with Jacobs governing principles
You will required to hold a valid UK security clearance or have the ability to gain clearance to SC level
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