Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) Engineer
Reference number: 00061782, Date added: 01-Aug
Rolls-Royce has currently an opportunity for experienced Non Destructive Testing (NDT) Engineers to join our Civil Nuclear business in Derby.
Rolls-Royce has taken a corporate decision to target the rapidly developing civil nuclear power market. This represents a significant initiative and is intended to allow us to extend and develop our nuclear expertise into new markets for the company. Our strategy is to exploit our nuclear capabilities to create a business focusing on new build manufacturing services, in-service plant support and lifetime extension for existing stations, and future concept development activities.
As an NDT Engineer you will be involved in the assessment of plant integrity through the development, qualification and application of inspection techniques and the development of inspection capabilities.
At Rolls-Royce, our focus is on providing customers with integrated, long-term support services across the reactor lifecycle. This covers safety and reliability assessments, licensing and environmental support, world-class engineering and component design, manufacture and supply, in-service support and plant life extension, as well as nuclear instrumentation, control and safety systems.
Our Nuclear business is growing. We require engineers from all disciplines of electrical, electronic, instrumentation and sensor/detector engineering to specify, design, develop, test and support control, instrumentation and protection systems and equipment to be fitted to nuclear reactors. 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.
In the role of NDT Engineer your main responsibilities will be to:
- Demonstrate a thorough understanding of theoretical and practical aspects of ultrasonic and/or eddy current inspection techniques.
- Maintain and develop codes and standards to meet regulatory and customer requirements.
- Write inspection procedures, technical justifications and capability statements to the ENIQ methodology and technical assessments of third party procedures against established codes and standards.