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Commissioning Technical Advice Engineer (Electrical)


EDF Energy
Salary: Competitive salary + Benefits
Location: Bristol
Job type: Permanent
Sector: Manufacturing
Category: Electrical Engineering Jobs
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Commissioning Technical Advice Engineer (Electrical)

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Commissioning Technical Advice Engineer (Electrical), Aztec West or Bridgwater, Competitive Salary & Benefits.

Closing date: 20th June 2021

The Opportunity

We are currently looking to recruit a Commissioning Technical Advice Engineer (Electrical), to support commissioning of two EPR units at HPC. The HPC Commissioning Programme consists of three teams: The Commissioning Delivery Team, the Programme Management Office and the Commissioning Function. The Commissioning Technical Team (CTT) is a multi-disciplined team within the Commissioning Function and the purpose of the CTT is to support the Commissioning Delivery Teams through the provision of technical advice and the resolution of technical issues and non-conformances.

We are looking to recruit an electrical engineer to join the growing CTT, specialising in the design, safety case and commissioning requirements of the EPR electrical systems.

The Person

As a Commissioning Technical Advice Engineer you will report to the Commissioning Technical Manager, although you will provide ongoing support to the Electrical Commissioning Manager.

Your key responsibilities will include:

• Developing in-depth knowledge of the design, safety case and commissioning of the EPR electrical systems.

• Acting as an “intelligent customer” for the Commissioning Programme, for matters related to electrical engineering.

• Supporting the development of the commissioning arrangements, in particular, those arrangements related to configuration management.

• Utilising experience from previous EPR projects to proactively identify and mitigating risks related to commissioning delivery.

• Supporting the resolution of design Open Points (outstanding issues that require resolution).

• Provision of technical advice and support to the Commissioning Delivery Team during the production of commissioning procedures and commissioning instructions.

• Review and acceptance of design and commissioning documentation.

• During the commissioning phase, the provision of technical advice to support the resolution of testing anomalies and non-conformances.

The Skills

As a Technical Advice Engineer (Electrical), you will be required to work cross functionally with a number of teams in order to develop your expertise of the systems, identify and proactively mitigate technical risks and provide technical advice to support the resolution of technical issues. You must demonstrate a high level of self-motivation, drive and a proven ability in communication, influencing, motivating others and a ‘can do’ attitude that will be required to support successful delivery of commissioning.

You will be responsible for responding to and resolving technical issues; the work will therefore be unplanned, varied and will require timely resolution. Therefore, you need to be agile, adaptable and able to respond to frequently changing priorities.

Essential

• A minimum of an HNC qualification in a relevant science or engineering subject.

• Previous experience working in the nuclear industry, or an alternative heavily regulated industry (e.g. aerospace, oil & gas).

• Experience working in commissioning, operational support, design support or safety case roles.

• An awareness of relevant legal and regulatory framework and compliance requirements, as well as applicable design codes and standards.

• Ability to provide technical expertise and knowledge to troubleshooting / fault finding activities, ensuring robust corrective actions are put in place.

• An ability to build effective networks, negotiate and influence effectively towards the achievement of business objectives.

• An ability to work within a multi-disciplined engineering team to proactively manage and resolve design/commissioning issues as they arise.

Desirable

• Degree qualified in a relevant science or engineering subject.

• Chartered Engineer, or equivalent professional standing.

• Experience of commissioning or operating complex nuclear installations.

• Understanding of UK licensing and other statutory processes, the role of the licensee and the principles of an Intelligent Customer organisation.

• Previous experience of working within EDF Energy and familiarity with EDF’s processes and procedures.

• Familiarity with safety case process and design substantiation.

• Commercial awareness with an understanding of the impact of change.

• Experience of working within teams in a programme-driven project environment.

Competitive Salary & Benefits

We offer a competitive salary and benefits package, including a defined benefit pension scheme, a wide range of flexible benefits to suit your lifestyle, and the opportunity to earn a bonus.

These roles are advertised on a full-time basis as standard with the opportunity to discuss flexible working arrangements.

Why EDF?

We’re an inclusive, disability confident employer and recognise the importance of employee well-being.

We’re about the people who work with us and we celebrate their diversities and embrace the value that their differences bring. We believe that a culture of inclusion forms the basis of a truly sustainable business and is vital to shaping a strong and fresh-thinking organisation, with a number of employer networks and benefits to suit your lifestyle.

We're proud to be the UK's largest producer of low-carbon electricity. We believe that, together, we can create a cleaner, low-carbon future.

Through innovation, dedication, and a firm commitment to electric and renewable energy – we believe we can change everyone’s future for the better.

Join us. Generation Electric. Everyone’s welcome.
Commissioning Technical Advice Engineer (Electrical)

.

Commissioning Technical Advice Engineer (Electrical), Aztec West or Bridgwater, Competitive Salary & Benefits.

Closing date: 20th June 2021

The Opportunity

We are currently looking to recruit a Commissioning Technical Advice Engineer (Electrical), to support commissioning of two EPR units at HPC. The HPC Commissioning Programme consists of three teams: The Commissioning Delivery Team, the Programme Management Office and the Commissioning Function. The Commissioning Technical Team (CTT) is a multi-disciplined team within the Commissioning Function and the purpose of the CTT is to support the Commissioning Delivery Teams through the provision of technical advice and the resolution of technical issues and non-conformances.

We are looking to recruit an electrical engineer to join the growing CTT, specialising in the design, safety case and commissioning requirements of the EPR electrical systems.

The Person

As a Commissioning Technical Advice Engineer you will report to the Commissioning Technical Manager, although you will provide ongoing support to the Electrical Commissioning Manager.

Your key responsibilities will include:

• Developing in-depth knowledge of the design, safety case and commissioning of the EPR electrical systems.

• Acting as an “intelligent customer” for the Commissioning Programme, for matters related to electrical engineering.

• Supporting the development of the commissioning arrangements, in particular, those arrangements related to configuration management.

• Utilising experience from previous EPR projects to proactively identify and mitigating risks related to commissioning delivery.

• Supporting the resolution of design Open Points (outstanding issues that require resolution).

• Provision of technical advice and support to the Commissioning Delivery Team during the production of commissioning procedures and commissioning instructions.

• Review and acceptance of design and commissioning documentation.

• During the commissioning phase, the provision of technical advice to support the resolution of testing anomalies and non-conformances.

The Skills

As a Technical Advice Engineer (Electrical), you will be required to work cross functionally with a number of teams in order to develop your expertise of the systems, identify and proactively mitigate technical risks and provide technical advice to support the resolution of technical issues. You must demonstrate a high level of self-motivation, drive and a proven ability in communication, influencing, motivating others and a ‘can do’ attitude that will be required to support successful delivery of commissioning.

You will be responsible for responding to and resolving technical issues; the work will therefore be unplanned, varied and will require timely resolution. Therefore, you need to be agile, adaptable and able to respond to frequently changing priorities.

Essential

• A minimum of an HNC qualification in a relevant science or engineering subject.

• Previous experience working in the nuclear industry, or an alternative heavily regulated industry (e.g. aerospace, oil & gas).

• Experience working in commissioning, operational support, design support or safety case roles.

• An awareness of relevant legal and regulatory framework and compliance requirements, as well as applicable design codes and standards.

• Ability to provide technical expertise and knowledge to troubleshooting / fault finding activities, ensuring robust corrective actions are put in place.

• An ability to build effective networks, negotiate and influence effectively towards the achievement of business objectives.

• An ability to work within a multi-disciplined engineering team to proactively manage and resolve design/commissioning issues as they arise.

Desirable

• Degree qualified in a relevant science or engineering subject.

• Chartered Engineer, or equivalent professional standing.

• Experience of commissioning or operating complex nuclear installations.

• Understanding of UK licensing and other statutory processes, the role of the licensee and the principles of an Intelligent Customer organisation.

• Previous experience of working within EDF Energy and familiarity with EDF’s processes and procedures.

• Familiarity with safety case process and design substantiation.

• Commercial awareness with an understanding of the impact of change.

• Experience of working within teams in a programme-driven project environment.

Competitive Salary & Benefits

We offer a competitive salary and benefits package, including a defined benefit pension scheme, a wide range of flexible benefits to suit your lifestyle, and the opportunity to earn a bonus.

These roles are advertised on a full-time basis as standard with the opportunity to discuss flexible working arrangements.

Why EDF?

We’re an inclusive, disability confident employer and recognise the importance of employee well-being.

We’re about the people who work with us and we celebrate their diversities and embrace the value that their differences bring. We believe that a culture of inclusion forms the basis of a truly sustainable business and is vital to shaping a strong and fresh-thinking organisation, with a number of employer networks and benefits to suit your lifestyle.

We're proud to be the UK's largest producer of low-carbon electricity. We believe that, together, we can create a cleaner, low-carbon future.

Through innovation, dedication, and a firm commitment to electric and renewable energy – we believe we can change everyone’s future for the better.

Join us. Generation Electric. Everyone’s welcome.
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