Job DescriptionNuclear Engineers - Bristol and LondonRisktec Solutions Ltd is an established, independent engineering and risk management consultancy. We help clients to manage health, safety, security, environmental (HSSE) and business risk in sectors where the impact of loss is high. Our people are high calibre and motivated professionals, with a clear focus on meeting clients’ expectations.We are seeking highly motivated and dynamic nuclear engineers to join our London and newly opened central Bristol offices. The successful candidates will support the delivery of technical engineering, safety case and project management to a number of major projects within the nuclear power generation sector. Such projects include major plant modifications at Sizewell B, system engineering at Hinkley Point B, decommissioning preparations at Dungeness B, large safety cases managed by EDF Design Authority and commissioning activities at Hinkley Point C. Risktec provides multiple development opportunities for engineers, including:· The opportunity to be part of an exciting, dynamic and rapidly growing nuclear team across the south of England.· Developing a strong understanding of the technical, engineering and operational issues fundamental to maintaining nuclear safety. · The potential for on-site working at Advanced Gas-cooled Reactor (AGR) and Pressurised Water Reactor (PWR) power stations.· Opportunities to manage individuals and work packages of work at an early career stage.· Support to individuals working towards Chartership with a number of engineering institutes.· Access to a university postgraduate education programme, delivered in partnership with Liverpool John Moores University, including the opportunity to enrol on the Postgraduate Diploma (PgDip) in Risk and Safety Management, with the opportunity to progress to Master’s Degree (MSc) level. · Opportunities to support non-technical projects and other Company initiatives e.g. winning work, industry networking and learning, developing training courses, development of techniques and toolkits to deliver more efficiently.· The potential to support other Risktec sectors such as oil and gas, clean energy, transport, defence and conventional power in the future. There is also the potential to support other Risktec offices around the world as you develop.Typical responsibilities may include:Implementation of modifications to plant, including:Undertaking plant obsolescence assessmentsAuthoring specifications for new equipmentReviewing design proposals and producing design substantiation reportsAuthoring testing and commissioning strategies and functional test procedures.Support plant operability, including:Condition monitoring and identification of plant faultsSupporting equipment reliability reviews, including plant walk downsReviewing maintenance routines/strategy.Support the development of major safety cases, including:Authoring, verification and management of engineering change documentationFacilitating hazard identification (HAZID, HAZOP) workshopsUndertaking specialist hazards reviews such as seismic assessmentsSupporting probabilistic safety assessments (PSA).Production of formal technical reports, safety cases and other project deliverables on time and to budget.Management of projects, including:Responding to client requests for supportAccurately costing project tasksManaging resource to ensure project delivery within budgetMaintaining up-to-date knowledge of standards, methods, data and use of appropriate software.Requirements:Risktec will consider engineers from a number of disciplines:Mechanical EngineeringElectrical and Electronic EngineeringControl and Instrumentation (C&I)Civil EngineeringChemical EngineeringPhysics and Nuclear Physics.Experience in maintaining engineering systems, commissioning new plant and/or delivering nuclear safety cases is desirable.Previous experience working with EDF or Magnox is desirable.EDF AV2 or AV3 qualification (or equivalent) is desirable.Excellent report writing skills.Highly computer literate.Hold a minimum of BPSS security clearance or are eligible to obtain it.Personal qualities:Able to work as part of a team, as well as to work independently where needed.Clear communication skills are essential, both verbal and written, and strong organisational skills and attention to detail are critical. Strong analytical and logical skills are essential.Able to travel within the UK.This opportunity has high visibility and profile so we require an enthusiastic, confident individual who we would be proud to represent Risktec in front of our clients.Due to the nature of the work, the candidates must have a suitable background that will allow them to achieve UK security clearance (please note that this is very difficult to achieve within the timescales for non UK nationals and you will be subject to a screening process prior to interview to ensure that you meet the security clearance criteria).To apply for this role, please send a CV with covering letter explaining why this role interests you and stating when you are available to start.A competitive package of salary and benefits is offered for permanent staff, including profit share, flexible/hybrid working, private medical insurance, and contributions into a pension scheme.