Skip to content

Timesheets

Submit or approve timesheets here by selecting one of the options.

Location: South West England, United Kingdom

Operational Development Engineer (Supply Chain)

South West England, United Kingdom
£200.00 - £240.00 per Day

Job Description

Operational Development Engineer
Cannington
12 month rolling contract (PAYE)
Up to £240 per day D.O.E
40 hours per week

Vacancy Overview

The Operational Development Engineer is responsible for supporting the NNB Pre-Operations Management of Work Lead in the delivery of the Hinkley Point C (HPC) operational Supply Chain Strategy. The successful individual will be required to manage the strategic spares arrangements for HPC. This includes analysis, selection, procurement, delivery, storage, and surveillance of both Strategic and Non-Strategic spare parts. The role will also develop the future storage arrangements for the operational station in conjunction with the Site Asset Management team

Nature and Scope
Pre-Operations is split into the following programmes of work aligned to meet the current needs of the project: Asset Management - covering Equipment Reliability , Work Management, Surveillance Programmes, EPR Plant Management and Maintenance ;
Operate the Plant - covering operational procedures, technical specification development, safety from the system, training specification;
Technical and Safety - covering the provision of Radiation Protection Adviser advice, compliance standards, preparations for radiography, emergency arrangements regulatory issues and Level 4 regulatory interface; Operational Capability - working with HR and Generation on resource planning, terms and conditions and organisational structure.

Principal Accountabilities
Through life management of strategic spares.
Manage the logistics, procurement and storage arrangements for strategic spares.
Manage the care, maintenance, and quality arrangements for strategic spares.
Conduct surveillance of strategic and non-strategic spares.
Develop the strategy for all spares storage in both the project and future operational phase.
Conduct technical analysis of strategic spares and assist in selection.
Present analysis of strategic spares to the Joint Management Spares Team for approval.
Engage with commercial team to negotiate better arrangements with suppliers.
Maintain interfaces and develop relationships (technical & functional) with other HPC departments EPR Family Stations and EDF Energy's existing Nuclear Business;
Research operating experience from the wider industries applicable to the HPC project and promote its use and application to make HPC a World Class performer;

Knowledge, Skills, Qualifications, Experience
Please note - The following knowledge and experience could have been met in industries outside of the nuclear industry.
Excellent communication skills.
Understanding of inventory and procurement processes.
Understanding of commercial processes.
Experience logistics management
Experience of negotiation skills.
Be able to develop and follow procedures.
Experience of bidding and placement of orders for spares.
Able to develop work plans and deliver them safely and efficiently. Have experience of working in a project environment.
Experience of dealing with a wide range of suppliers and customers (UK based and international). Hold a formal high level qualification in engineering or science discipline.

Rullion is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.
We celebrate and support diversity and are committed to ensuring equal opportunities for both employees and applicants.


We celebrate and support diversity and are committed to ensuring equal opportunities for both employees and applicants.

Speak to Ian Canavan today

Account Manager at Rullion

ian.canavan@rullion.co.uk Connect with Ian on LinkedIn View Profile

Apply Now

Add your CV

Upload from device

Recommend this job to a friend

Is this role relevant to any of your friends? Let them know about it.