Job DescriptionJOB TITLE: Chief Engineer
LOCATION: Devonport Royal Dockyard, Plymouth
RATE: £35.00 - £45.00 per hour
My client is one of the UK's leading engineering solution providers based at Her Majesty's Naval Base, Devonport, the largest Naval Dockyard in North West Europe which employs in the region of 5,500 people. This is one of the three operating bases in the United Kingdom for the Royal Navy. They supply naval base support functions for the Ministry of Defence delivering critical in-service support and deep maintenance for the UK's military estate.
YOU MUST HAVE THE FOLLOWING:
- Qualified to degree level in a relevant engineering discipline
- Chartered Engineer or CEng Fellow
- Experienced in the design and substantiation of complex Nuclear infrastructure projects
- Able to provide senior-level engineering leadership
- Design of nuclear steam raising plant and substantiation of nuclear safety case Class 1 engineering
- Working within strict regulatory environments (safety, quality and security)
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Part of the Head of Engineering's core team, you will be a key player in the Strategic Infrastructure Design Authority. The Chief Engineer and Assistant Chief Engineer will provide technical assurance on all projects.
- Provide technical governance for the design and safety outputs on all major infrastructure projects.
- Lead in the development of design and nuclear safety processes and standards and assure compliance in their application.
- Provide independent technical support to the Head of Engineering and support the interface with the Office for Nuclear Regulation. Read More