Fluid Systems Commissioning Engineer
EDF EPR Engineering UK is a subsidiary of Edvance, which is a joint venture between EDF and Framatome, established in 2018 in charge of the design and the realisation of nuclear islands for new projects in France and worldwide.
In particular, EPR-E is responsible for the design and construction of the nuclear island for Hinkley Point C (HPC) project and preparing the design replication and engineering activities for the Sizewell C (SZC) Project.
For the HPC project, we are currently looking to recruit for the role of Fluid Systems Commissioning Engineer.
The position operationally reports to the HPC Commissioning Group Lead in EPR-E.
The Fluid Systems Commissioning Engineer is responsible for the production of the commissioning documentation associated within the HVAC scope of the HPC Nuclear Island project.
They will support the wider EPR-E commissioning team regarding all questions in interface with Fluid Systems commissioning discipline.
They will also support the customer for any question related to the preparation of the test execution.
The key duties, responsibilities and deliverables of the Fluid Systems Commissioning Engineer are as follows:
- Confirm the project data & internal organization with the discipline Lead (budget, time schedule, author – checker – approver)
- Identify the relevant stakeholders and means
- Check the maturity of the input data against reference configuration and/or upcoming changes
- Collect OPEX
- Record risks in the related register and propose mitigation plan, if any
- Arrange pre-job brief / kick-off meeting
- Open the study file
- Produce the deliverables in compliance with EPR-E engineering procedures and taking into account OPEX from other EPR projects
- Get the deliverables checked by the relevant parties – resolve outstanding issues and comments
- Survey commissioning deliverables elaborated by others (e.g. contractors) with respect to project standards
- Feed the study file as tasks evolve
- Support I&C function tests at test bay (France) including test result assessment
- Report progress towards initial time schedule & budget
- Update risk register on a need basis
Close out phase
- Get approval of the deliverables by the relevant parties without comments (PTP, SAN, SCP and CP)
- Store both the above mentioned deliverables and associated study files in the EDMS
A key component of the role is the digitalization of the documentation using the PLM tool (Switch), participating in the transformation of our engineering production towards data-centric approach.
The main stakeholders interfacing with the Fluid Systems Commissioning Engineer will be:
In the client organisation NNB, the HPC NSSS, Waste and BNI commissioning Managers and the NI Senior Commissioning Manager
- the system design teams in charge of NSSS, Waste and BNI design
- the other commissioning leaders (HVAC systems, Electrical, I&C, …)
- contracts and equipment teams
- configuration team
- installation/construction teams
To be considered, the following qualifications, skills and experience is essential:
- Degree qualified Engineer (in an appropriate scientific or engineering discipline)
- First successful experience in Nuclear Engineering (3 to 8 years’ experience)
- Knowledge of EPR design, UK context is a plus
- Experience in multi-disciplinary teams on large projects
- Knowledge of System Engineering principles
Desirable qualifications, experience and skills:
- Able to take a strategic view with good interpersonal skills and be able to communicate at all levels,
- Motivated and disciplined with an ability to work to deadlines and prioritise work across multiple workstreams,
- Able to write and review technical documents which present complex arguments clearly,
- Able to take a proactive approach to management and resolution of technical topics,
- Strong organisational and communication skills, able to liaise between multiple stakeholders and maintain a clear overview for specific topics
- English fluent (minimum B2)
- French is a plus
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