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Plant Layout Engineer

  • Location: Bristol
  • Salary: Negotiable per year
  • Job Type:Permanent

Posted 8 days ago

  • Sector: Engineering
  • Contact: Daniel Billington
  • Contact Email: D.Billington@jamrecruitment.co.uk
  • Start Date: ASAP
  • Expiry Date: 16 July 2024
  • Job Ref: BBBH82556_1717510598

Are you an engineer with experience in plant layouts? If so, please read on as this may be the job for you

I am currently looking for a number of plant layout engineers to work for a global leader in civil Nuclear engineering, based in Bristol.

The key responsibilities of this position will include:

  • Layout engineering to improve and modify the design on the following:
  • Implementation of mechanical and electrical equipment
  • Routing piping, HVAC systems, and electrical cable trays
  • Ensure consistency between process & instrumentation diagrams and the 3D model
  • Responsible for production of technical documents (progress reports, status reports, equipment introduction notes, change impact analyses, design procedures, etc.)
  • Responsible for issuing layout drawings to the various teams and coordinate layout activities by ensuring compliance with the layout rules

Experience:

Essential:

  • Degree qualified in appropriate technical discipline
  • Experience in one or several areas of engineering: piping, mechanical, HVAC, safety etc.
  • Good knowledge and understanding of general layout rules for an industrial project

Desirable:

  • Knowledge of the general operation of a nuclear power station and the associated safety aspects (in particular, aspects relating to flooding, fire, radiological protection, high energy line ruptures, etc)
  • Previous nuclear industry experience
  • Previous experience involving PWRs (pressurised water reactors)
  • Previous experience working with 3D design software such as Navisworks, AutoCAD, PDMS, E3D etc
  • French language skills

If the above details match your experience, please apply now! (please note, this role will require BPSS clearance at a minimum, and down the line likely SC clearance)