Current Vacancies

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Total Jobs: 6

Electrical, Control & Instrumentation (E,C&I) Engineer

Contract type:

Salary: £35175 - £38542

Closing Date: 2019-06-06

Location: Workington, Cumbria

Remote Engineering Design & Robotics Team is a multi-disciplined technical team located at the NNL Workington Laboratory in Cumbria. We supply bespoke remote handling equipment, tooling, and inspection systems for all aspects of remote operations plant intervention work in the nuclear industry. The Electrical, Control & Instrumentation (E,C&I) Engineer will work in the supply of remotely deployed equipment for use in active plant, underwater operations, radioactive waste size reduction & processing and decommissioning. The NNL is also at the forefront of research and development into the use of robotics and autonomous systems in the nuclear industry and opportunities exist for you to be involved in this pioneering work. In addition the E,C&I Engineer will also be involved in the design, build and operation of inactive test rigs to prove new technology, equipment and processes prior to deployment in active nuclear plant environments.

 

Working with multi-disciplined engineers and scientists the E,C&I Engineer can expect to be involved in some or all of the following activities:

 

The design, build, test, development, commissioning and on-site deployment of industrial control panels, electrical equipment of machinery and instrumentation systems for use on bespoke remote handling equipment, tooling and inspection systems for all aspects of remote operations plant intervention work in the nuclear industry.

The design, development and construction of industrial control panels, electrical equipment of machinery and instrumentation systems for use on inactive test rigs to prove new technology, equipment and processes prior to deployment in active nuclear plant environments.

The operation of inactive test rig trials to client specifications, collating trials results, analysing data and the generation of technical reports.

The innovative use of advanced technologies in Robotics, Remotely Operated Vehicles, etc. and development of engineered solutions to a range of robotic and tele-operational challenges.

Exposure to novel academic research in order to progress the technology into an engineered and developed solution suitable for nuclear industry applications.

Remote Engineering Design & Robotics Team is a multi-disciplined technical team located at the NNL Workington Laboratory in Cumbria. We supply bespoke remote handling equipment, tooling, and inspection systems for all aspects of remote operations plant intervention work in the nuclear industry. The Electrical, Control & Instrumentation (E,C&I) Engineer will work in the supply of remotely deployed equipment for use in active plant, underwater operations, radioactive waste size reduction & processing and decommissioning. The NNL is also at the forefront of research and development into the use of robotics and autonomous systems in the nuclear industry and opportunities exist for you to be involved in this pioneering work. In addition the E,C&I Engineer will also be involved in the design, build and operation of inactive test rigs to prove new technology, equipment and processes prior to deployment in active nuclear plant environments.

 

Working with multi-disciplined engineers and scientists the E,C&I Engineer can expect to be involved in some or all of the following activities:

 

The design, build, test, development, commissioning and on-site deployment of industrial control panels, electrical equipment of machinery and instrumentation systems for use on bespoke remote handling equipment, tooling and inspection systems for all aspects of remote operations plant intervention work in the nuclear industry.

The design, development and construction of industrial control panels, electrical equipment of machinery and instrumentation systems for use on inactive test rigs to prove new technology, equipment and processes prior to deployment in active nuclear plant environments.

The operation of inactive test rig trials to client specifications, collating trials results, analysing data and the generation of technical reports.

The innovative use of advanced technologies in Robotics, Remotely Operated Vehicles, etc. and development of engineered solutions to a range of robotic and tele-operational challenges.

Exposure to novel academic research in order to progress the technology into an engineered and developed solution suitable for nuclear industry applications.

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Senior Project Controller

Contract type:

Salary: £45273 - £49584

Closing Date: 2019-06-04

Location: Preston

Accountable for leading the local office team (or part of) responsible for the provision of Project Controls support services to Project Managers on relevant NNL projects, programmes and/or portfolios.  This will include providing general leadership; mentoring and coaching to the local Project Controllers within your team; providing input into development of project plans & associated WBSs, and support to projects on matters including cost estimating, performance data analysis, risk management and project reporting, including earned value (EV).  

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Mechanical Project Engineer

Contract type:

Salary: £45273 - £49584

Closing Date: 2019-05-28

Location: Sellafield, Seascale

The Project Engineering Delivery Team provides multi-discipline project engineering support to active nuclear and non-active projects. The team cover all aspects of the project engineering stages; scope, planning, concept design, detail design, manufacture, safety case, testing, safe system of work production, installation, and commissioning. Our expertise includes the supply of research and development rigs for non-active use, operational rigs for use in a nuclear environment, and infrastructure improvements.

The role of Mechanical Project Engineer is to provide engineering expertise to enable:-

The design, build, testing, development, commissioning and on-site installation of active rigs and analytical equipment to support scientific research and development work in the nuclear industry. The modifications of existing active and non-active nuclear facilities (e.g. for infrastructure improvements, changes in process requirements etc). The troubleshooting / fault finding of existing nuclear equipment and plant as required. The candidate shall have good knowledge and understanding of mechanical design in an active nuclear environment.
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Deputy Technical Lead - Defence

Contract type:

Salary: £39928 - £43342

Closing Date: 2019-05-24

Location: Sellafield, Seascale

The Post Irradiation Evaluation (PIE) capability supports several large (£15M), long-term projects on behalf of NNL’s major customers. The projects provide information on fuel and reactor material performance, supporting the ongoing operation of the UK reactor fleet.

The multi-disciplinary team is based in NNL’s active handling facility. It works closely with teams from other NNL locations in providing a coordinated service to the customer.

We are looking for a high calibre, motivated and experienced scientist to join the Metallography team, as part of the Fuels, Reactors and Reprocessing capability within NNL which delivers commercial R&D to help solve a wide range of challenges in the nuclear industry.  The team specialises in hot cell microscopy of irradiated materials, and developing sample preparation methods for a wide range of out-of-cell techniques, making wide use of specialist equipment and within NNL. The individual will bring relevant expertise but will also have opportunities to develop their own capabilities.

Candidates must have a relevant science degree (Materials Science, Physics, Chemistry or Mathematics) and have the ability to: (a) critically interrogate large amounts of technical information relating to a complex problem, and identify the key issues and resources; and (b) solve complex problems in an innovative manner using experimental data and NNL expertise.

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Deputy Programme Technical Lead

Contract type:

Salary: £45273 - £49584

Closing Date: 2019-05-31

Location: Sellafield, Seascale

The NNLs Defence Materials team supports a number of large, long-term projects on behalf of several of its major customers. The team provides information on the performance of reactor materials supporting the ongoing operation of the UK reactor fleets. This role will be primarily based within the Cumbria area, but may also include periods at other NNL and customer sites. The role offers the opportunity to take on a Deputy Programme Technical Lead position in a long-term defence project, leading the remote inspection and analysis of irradiated materials.

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Project Manager (Defence contracts)

Contract type:

Salary: £54220 - £57452

Closing Date: 2019-05-29

Location: Sellafield

Project Manager reporting in to the Senior Project Manager who will be responsible for the delivery of Projects delivered on behalf of our Defence clients                        

Responsible for the successful delivery of project related work including the establishment of project execution strategies; management of cross-functional project teams, and the safe and secure delivery of projects through the project life cycle, to time, cost and quality to achieve customer satisfaction.

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