Safety Engineer

Reference number: 00061690, Date added: 11-Aug

Rolls-Royce has an exciting opportunity for an experienced as a Safety Case Engineer within Rolls-Royce Submarines Business. As a Safety Case Engineer you will play a key role in supporting the Royal Navy's current and future nuclear submarine fleet, working in 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.

 

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 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.

 

For you, this means unique opportunities to work across our portfolio of products and services. Our global, multi-million pound learning and development initiatives empower each individual to build a world-class reputation.


Our Submarines Business is growing rapidly. We support the Royal Navy as the Technical Authority for all UK Naval Reactor Submarine Plants, and we're continuing to build our nuclear sector capability to support the development of a new nuclear plant for future submarines.

 

For you, this means unique opportunities to work across our portfolio of products and services. Our global, multi-million pound learning and development initiatives empower each individual to build a world-class reputation.

As a Safety Case Engineer your responsibilities will include:

  • Developing, updating and reviewing nuclear safety cases
  • Undertaking hazard identification and analysis
  • Carrying out numerical assessment of risk from normal and accident conditions
  • Developing As Low As Reasonably Practicable (ALARP) arguments supporting nuclear safety cases
  • Integrating design data into safety case claims, arguments and evidence based cases