Jacobs Mechanical Engineer in Bridgwater, United Kingdom
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About the Opportunity
Jacobs are seeking a Mechanical Engineer for the Hinkley Point C Project to perform studies and equipment calculations of piping and valves. The role will involve co-ordination with an international community of piping engineering services, spread in several facilities – Malakoff (France), CNEPE facilities (Tour), Bristol (UK) and Erlangen (Germany). Key responsibilities will be:
Gathering input data
Performing the calculation of piping supports and associated anchor plates
Analysing the mechanical behaviour of the supports with respect to the codified criteria
Proposing appropriate and proportionate modifications in case the sizing criteria are not met
Producing technical assessment note
Updating the calculation notes
Checking the calculation notes and calculations files
Supporting the development of tools and macros to support facilitating daily
Note1: This job description is not an exhaustive list of the responsibilities & activities that the job holder may be required to undertake
Note2: Based on our Client office Monday to Friday – 40 hours per week
Note3: Travel and Subsistence as follow:
Site based role, > 3 months, individual lives in Residency Zone (30min from Park and Ride) – member of staff receives £100.00 per working day subject to tax (e.g. 5 days per week) via their employer
Site based role, > 3 months, individual lives outside of the Residency Zone (over 30min from Park and Ride) – member of staff receives £100.00 per day subject to tax (e.g. for each day on site) via their employer as long as they stay overnight in the residency zone
Note4: Service Incentive - on completion of 12-month continuous service in post – there is a salary uplift of 5% paid
Note5: Please provide travel plan to Hinkley Point C site to undertake this role / salary expectation / current notice period on Cover Letter with this application
Here’s What You’ll Need:
Experienced in piping stress analyses, 6 years minimum
PIPESTRESS/CALTUY and flexibility calculation
CNEPE scope (CI & BoP)
ANSYS and in calculation of special supports (fixed point, anti-whip)
Knowledge of RCC-M code (section C3650 at least) and understanding of damage mode
Experience in software packages PDMS, RSTAB, ALLIGATOR, VERFIPLATINE
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