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Engineer Electrical

  • Location:

    Almelo

  • Job type:

    Permanent

  • Contact:

    Rachel Rizzotti

  • Contact email:

    recruitment@urenco.com

  • Job ref:

    86b

  • Published:

    about 2 months ago

  • Expiry date:

    2022-10-08

​​Reporting to the Design Technology Manager, you will be responsible for providing expert knowledge and advice concerning plant, systems and component design and engineering specifications. Including safety and Learning from experience to multiple projects in Urenco group. You will support the Senior Electrical Engineer in design development, design specification and safety basis of design and will also provide input to the Plant Safety Case. Please be aware this position requires regular travel to various Urenco facilities worldwide. The main areas of responsibility will include:

  • Actively promote a pro-active safety culture and perform analysis to create a learning from experience behaviour

  • Ensure advanced plant designs comprise safety features based on best industrial practice and lessons learnt from the (nuclear) business

  • Determine C&I design engineering aspects, options and evaluation in contribution to feasibility/optioneering/best available technology studies

  • Support delivery of conceptual design and design specifications with focus on C&I expertise area

  • Support delivery of basic design packages concerning Core Plant Technology (CPT) with respect to C&I systems and equipment.

  • Provide directions and oversight concerning detailed design and supplier manufacturing quality processes on request of site or Group Project Managers.

  • Define and maintain Core Plant Technology (CPT) design expertise on the basis of Urenco best (safety) practice and world class state-of-the-art technology (Design Technology Excellence Centre).

  • Establish, control, and maintain Group Reference Design and safety case standards and requirements. Group Reference Design includes: core UF6 enrichment, critical core UF6 support system requirements, relevant UF6 de-conversion requirements, and all design and safety case requirements in support of UTD activities.

  • Supports post implementation reviews in C&I expertise area to establish the feedback loop to Design Authority from a safety/license compliance, operational and asset management perspective.

We are now looking for an individual who can make a difference and add value to our existing Team, the following skills and experience will provide an indication of the types of Team Players we are looking for:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering, Electronics or Advanced Technology

  • Additional post university degree/training in science/engineering relevant to the expertise area (preferred but not essential)

  • Proven experience in design and engineering

  • Recognised experience in expertise area in a process industry

  • Ability to model and simulate complex stationary and dynamic integrated process systems with respect to process and mechanical requirements, design starting points.

  • Analytical skills to understand complex issues and to see patterns and trends and find solutions.

  • Capability to analyse (measurement) data of complex process systems to solve or improve performance and understand (root) cause of events.

Urenco is committed to becoming a more inclusive and diverse organisation. Female candidates, candidates from racial/ethnic minority backgrounds and candidates who identify themselves as having a disability or health condition are currently underrepresented within the Design Authority team and are particularly encouraged to apply so that we have the widest pool from which to choose the most suitable candidate.

This role is a full time, permanent role and can be based at either our Capenhurst, Gronau, Almelo or Eunice site. For more information or to apply, please contact the recruitment team at recruitment@urenco.com