Nuclear Safety Case Engineers
Reference number: 00031911, Date added: 10-Dec
An exciting opportunity has arisen for Nuclear Safety Case Engineers.
As a Safety Case Engineer within Rolls-Royce's fast-growing nuclear business, you will play a key role in the nuclear industry's renaissance, and with a company renowned for engineering excellence. Working with nuclear component and system design engineers, you will develop and maintain nuclear plant safety cases covering operating, shutdown and maintenance conditions. At all times, you'll work within an environment in which excellence is always paramount.
We recruit excellence at every level - from recent graduates to experienced professionals, including those with team management experience. Whatever your background, we have a unique range of opportunities in our nuclear business. And nuclear experience, although an advantage, is not a prerequisite for any roles.
Safety Case Engineers - primary responsibilities:
Developing, updating and reviewing nuclear safety cases
Undertaking hazard identification and analysis
Carrying out numerical assessment of risk from normal and accident conditions
Developing ALARP arguments supporting nuclear safety cases
Integrating design data into safety case claims, arguments and evidence-based cases
Rolls-Royce is a global business providing power systems and services for use on land; at sea and in the air. The Group has established a strong position in global markets for Civil Aerospace, Defence Aerospace, Marine and Energy. We invest in technology and capabilities that can be applied to products and services in each of the global markets we serve.
Nuclear engineering at Rolls-Royce
Rolls-Royce is home to some of the world's finest minds. And nowhere are those minds more keenly tested than in our growing nuclear business. Our team is comprised of a broad range of experts in the fields of engineering, manufacturing, project management and procurement. This is your chance to join them. Our civil nuclear business designs, manufactures and maintains key components and systems for nuclear power plants in the UK and around the world. At the same time, our submarines business is growing on a global scale. We support the Royal Navy as the technical authority to the UK Ministry of Defence for naval reactor plants and we're continuing to build our nuclear sector capability.