Jacobs Lead Process Instrumentation and Control Engineer in Warrington, United Kingdom
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About the Opportunity
AXIOM is one of the DSA alliance partners and is an unincorporated Joint Venture (JV) made up of three major engineering contracting companies each with complementary capabilities and skills. The members have excellent nuclear pedigrees, demonstrated expertise and effective track records across the UK nuclear fleet and related nuclear industries.
AXIOM provides process, mechanical, civil structural and architectural, electrical, instrumentation, control and safety capabilities to support Sellafield Ltd.
As well as having a large, dedicated team working for Sellafield Ltd, each has immense reach-back capability into parent organisations for knowledge, expertise and innovations gained from within, and external to, the nuclear industry. Examples of other markets include Oil and Gas, Environment, Mining and Aerospace.
This interesting project called SFM (Spend Fuel Management) will involve tasks and projects are at various stages of the project lifecycle including scoping and planning, detailed design, execution support and operational handover.
The work is delivered as part of a multidisciplinary team.
The Lead Engineer will help deliver and provide oversight of CE&I asset care tasks and projects for Solid Wastes Effluents and Encapsulation Plants and UPS projects for Waste Vitrification Plant
The tasks and projects cover a large area of site and nature of the work is varied.
Where required the role holder may also be required to some support to the wider SFM and Remediation Enabling Projects Portfolio
Here’s What You’ll Need:
Experience & Qualifications
- Previous experience of working within existing Sellafield plants / brown field sites is important, but not essential. The candidate should have previous experience in a similar role, and should be an Incorporated/Chartered Engineer, or working towards gaining professional status.
You should be able to demonstrate the following competencies: -:
Can produce, check, and provide technical oversight of CE&I key deliverables documents/reports, calculations, schedules, drawings etc. to programme and appropriate quality.
Able to work collaboratively with other disciplines, stakeholders and the wider project team.
Specific Technical Experience:
Experience of producing designs for electrical systems to BS 7671. Specific experience of UPS systems is desirable.
Experience of designing process instrumentation and control panels.
Experience of the design and substantiation of CE&I safety systems.
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