Jacobs Regulatory Specialist in United Kingdom
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About the Opportunity
Jacobs acts as the Technical Advisor to PEJ Sp z.o.o. (PEJ), which is the state-owned entity responsible for delivering Poland’s nuclear power programme. The Technical Advisor’s role is that of an “Owner’s Engineer”, which is not involved directly in any NPP design or construction activity, but rather acts as an advocate for the Client, applying technical due diligence to all aspects of the process, along with supply chain and contract management support for plant and equipment vendors engaged by the Client. The Technical Advisor fulfils this function through the delivery of engineering and technical packages of work (referred to as Service Authorisations) which require the development, approval, implementation and reporting of a diverse range of engineering and technical methods by suitably qualified and experienced team members .
Interpreting and understanding Polish regulations pertaining to nuclear new build.
Working with Polish nuclear regulators sufficiently to develop an understanding of their organisation and practices.
Knowledge of roles, responsibilities and practices of other regulatory bodies required to collaborate with nuclear regulators.
Experience working in the geographic area of the proposed sites in order to develop a view of the approach/attitude of local authorities, communities and also public interest groups.
Experience work in the Polish nuclear marketplace in order to develop an understanding of the political situation and public attitudes sufficient to provide advice on “political” strategies.
Understanding of previous work/surveys at proposed sites and key issues. Also an awareness of issues that still need to be addressed.
Experience and understanding of multiple reactor technologies.
Fluent in Polish language. Ability to speak and write competently in English.
Nuclear safety expertise sufficient to prepare relevant sections of applications.
Nuclear engineering expertise sufficient to contribute to NPP facility design.
Knowledge of international, as well as, Polish specific requirements related to nuclear new build.
Knowledge and understanding of Health, Safety and Environmental responsibilities.
Ability to attend client meetings and give public presentations as required.
Here’s What You’ll Need:
Degree or equivalent in appropriate engineering subject
Knowledgeable of Polish nuclear regulations, regulators, and practices
Understanding of Polish political situation & history of nuclear development
Understanding of previous studies at proposed Polish sites
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