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Project Engineering Manager

  • Sector: Power & Energy
  • Location: Glasgow
  • Job type: Permanent
  • Date posted: 11/11/2011
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The Company:
Our client is a leading engineering contractor and project integrator for the nuclear industry. They have been at the heart of the UK nuclear industry for more than 50 years. During that time they have designed, manufactured, installed and commissioned a wide range of nuclear equipment and plant for both the power generation and defence markets.

The Role:
As part of active expansion they are actively looking to recruit a Project Engineering Manager with extensive Nuclear experience, to lead the programme of Nuclear projects.

The client are preparing to participate as a major contractor in the nuclear power “new-build” programme, both in the UK and internationally. They will be designers & manufacturers of a variety of high integrity vessels, tanks, piping, and their associated structural components, as well as the constructors / installers of the mechanical equipment and systems.

The successful candidate will:-

• Have a track record of managing the engineering activities and working successfully with clients, sub-contractors, suppliers and in-house teams on projects for the design & manufacture of high integrity, safety critical, components.

• Understand the design requirements, materials, engineering & manufacturing processes and the inspection methods applicable to components for a range of nuclear safety classes.

• Be familiar with the requirements of the European & US construction codes and standards for pressure equipment. Specific knowledge of the RCC-M code and Section III of the ASME Boiler & Pressure Vessel code would be an advantage.

• Have an understanding of the developing UK nuclear generation industry and the regulatory regime for nuclear power generation in the UK and how that will affect the specification and execution of projects.

• Be analytical in evaluation of problems and take a co-operative and innovative approach to their solution.

• You will be educated to Degree level and preferably Chartered, with substantial relevant experience.
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