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Senior Facility Engineer - Control & Instrumentation


AWE
Location: Reading
Job type: Permanent
Sector: Manufacturing
Category: General Engineering Jobs
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What if you could work with remarkable people on extraordinary things? What if the end result was something a little bit special? What if your role was mission critical?

For nearly 70 years, AWE has been at the forefront of nuclear weapons research and development. We have a critical mission: to provide the warheads for the UK’s ultimate deterrent – Trident. We also use our unique skills to provide wider UK government with counter-terrorism and nuclear threat reduction solutions.

It takes a special sort of person to work at AWE. What if that person was you?

Senior Facility Engineer – Control and Instrumentation (Statutory and Nuclear Safety Maintenance Schedule Management)

Location – Reading/Basingstoke area

Package – £42,000.00-£65,000.00plus contributory pension scheme, generous holiday entitlement, additional flexible benefits scheme and excellent work/life balance including 9 day working fortnight.

AWE has been named in the Sunday Times top 25 big companies to work for in 2019.

Working for one of the area’s largest employers and enjoying an excellent work/life balance, our engineers gain experience on a wide variety of equipment and projects and can make a direct and visible contribution to the successful running of the business.

You will be required to ensure EMIT plans are maintained and accurate in support of the Safety Case and known configuration.

Within this position you will:

Ensure that the defined maintenance requirements in the statutory and nuclear safety maintenance plan, demonstrate the substantiation of deterministic and probabilistic safety claims.
When any statutory and nuclear safety maintenance, or test of any part of plant and equipment reveals that the safe operation or safe condition of that plant may be affected, bring it to the attention of the facility management and ensure that the matter is then notified, recorded, investigated and reported in accordance with the arrangements made under accident and incident reporting.
Ensure that the defined maintenance requirements in the statutory and nuclear safety maintenance plan, demonstrate the substantiation of deterministic and probabilistic safety claims.
When any statutory and nuclear safety maintenance, or test of any part of plant and equipment reveals that the safe operation or safe condition of that plant may be affected, bring it to the attention of the facility management and ensure that the matter is then notified, recorded, investigated and reported in accordance with the arrangements made under accident and incident reporting.

To be successful in this role you will need to have:

Experience writing and working with statutory and nuclear safety maintenance plans.
Experience aligning computerised maintenance management system and MI’s to the statutory and nuclear safety maintenance plan.
Experience in ensuring the MI’s demonstrate the substantiation of deterministic and probabilistic safety claims.
Able to demonstrate clear line of sight from the safety case to the safe operation of equipment.
Able to assess breakdowns to establish if the safety functional requirements have been compromised.
Able to Identify potential shortfalls within the statutory and nuclear safety maintenance plan.
Prepared to voice safety concerns at all levels.
HNC with suitable additional experience to Incorporated Engineer equivalent level.
Membership of an engineering institution.

Candidates must be willing and able to obtain and maintain the necessary security clearance for the role.
What if you could work with remarkable people on extraordinary things? What if the end result was something a little bit special? What if your role was mission critical?

For nearly 70 years, AWE has been at the forefront of nuclear weapons research and development. We have a critical mission: to provide the warheads for the UK’s ultimate deterrent – Trident. We also use our unique skills to provide wider UK government with counter-terrorism and nuclear threat reduction solutions.

It takes a special sort of person to work at AWE. What if that person was you?

Senior Facility Engineer – Control and Instrumentation (Statutory and Nuclear Safety Maintenance Schedule Management)

Location – Reading/Basingstoke area

Package – £42,000.00-£65,000.00plus contributory pension scheme, generous holiday entitlement, additional flexible benefits scheme and excellent work/life balance including 9 day working fortnight.

AWE has been named in the Sunday Times top 25 big companies to work for in 2019.

Working for one of the area’s largest employers and enjoying an excellent work/life balance, our engineers gain experience on a wide variety of equipment and projects and can make a direct and visible contribution to the successful running of the business.

You will be required to ensure EMIT plans are maintained and accurate in support of the Safety Case and known configuration.

Within this position you will:

Ensure that the defined maintenance requirements in the statutory and nuclear safety maintenance plan, demonstrate the substantiation of deterministic and probabilistic safety claims.
When any statutory and nuclear safety maintenance, or test of any part of plant and equipment reveals that the safe operation or safe condition of that plant may be affected, bring it to the attention of the facility management and ensure that the matter is then notified, recorded, investigated and reported in accordance with the arrangements made under accident and incident reporting.
Ensure that the defined maintenance requirements in the statutory and nuclear safety maintenance plan, demonstrate the substantiation of deterministic and probabilistic safety claims.
When any statutory and nuclear safety maintenance, or test of any part of plant and equipment reveals that the safe operation or safe condition of that plant may be affected, bring it to the attention of the facility management and ensure that the matter is then notified, recorded, investigated and reported in accordance with the arrangements made under accident and incident reporting.

To be successful in this role you will need to have:

Experience writing and working with statutory and nuclear safety maintenance plans.
Experience aligning computerised maintenance management system and MI’s to the statutory and nuclear safety maintenance plan.
Experience in ensuring the MI’s demonstrate the substantiation of deterministic and probabilistic safety claims.
Able to demonstrate clear line of sight from the safety case to the safe operation of equipment.
Able to assess breakdowns to establish if the safety functional requirements have been compromised.
Able to Identify potential shortfalls within the statutory and nuclear safety maintenance plan.
Prepared to voice safety concerns at all levels.
HNC with suitable additional experience to Incorporated Engineer equivalent level.
Membership of an engineering institution.

Candidates must be willing and able to obtain and maintain the necessary security clearance for the role.
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