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  • Job reference: RMS0116450

Safety Case Consultant

  • Sector: Power & Energy
  • Location: Warrington
  • Job type: Permanent
  • Date posted: 29/10/2012
  • Time left:
    d h m s
    (05/11/12)
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The Company:
Leading Nuclear Decommissioning Consultancy with offices throughout the UK. They are a major supplier to the nuclear industry working on a variety of projects for different sites.

The Role:
• Responsibility performing assessments for specific aspects of the production of safety cases
• Contributing to project teams of varying size in the completion of Safe Case related activities
• Liaising with clients on Safety Case aspects and deputising for senior consultants for programme reporting
• Responsibility for peer reviewing work of other project members.
• Responsible for communicating information directly to the client, under supervision of the Senior Consultant where necessary
• Identification and communication of business opportunities within existing projects or clients to line management
• Preparation of safety documentation for review by senior consultant and client
• Participate in the tendering processes where appropriate
• Progressive, confident, keen to apply theoretical understanding to real projects
• Adaptable, flexible and inquisitive approach to involvement in projects
• Committed to industry and discipline choice, with aspirations for technical expertise within their field

If you wish to discuss this role in moredetails please contact Chrisy Waller on 01925 281 635 or email cwaller@fircroft.com
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