Jacobs is the Design and Engineering partner for Sellafield under the PPP (Programme and Project Partners). This is a 20-year arrangement to deliver ~£7bn of major projects.
We are looking to recruit high value expertise from across regulated and comparable sectors to work in a collaborative environment. PPP is delivering major projects, site wide improvements and provision of supporting services.
Jacobs Nuclear provides the front end design and engineering capability across the PPP portfolio. Being part of the PPP Team offers a unique opportunity to drive change and innovation in engineering, safety and delivery solutions in one of the most complex industrial sites in the UK if not the world.
We are looking for people who are passionate about developing themselves and in meeting new challenges .
As a result of increasing demand for our services, there are significant opportunities for you, as a Lead Process Engineer to support a key project within the nuclear business.
The requirement is to lead a team of Process Design Engineers in the definition, implementation and delivery of engineering design work packages through concept, preliminary and detailed design and support the Project Engineering management in the preparation of the overarching design, future planning & estimating and management of the design deliverables.Qualifications: Essential Skills
- Chartered Process Engineer (CEng (IChemE)
- Appropriate qualifications in Chemical Engineering e.g. MEng, BEng, BSC, HND, HNC
- Experience of working on projects delivering multidiscipline design solutions, both greenfield and brownfield
- Understanding of the project delivery all stages of design (concept, front end through to detail manufacture)
- Leading a team of Process design engineers in the definition, implementation and delivery of engineering work packages
- Experience of being embedded into supply chain integrated teams
- Knowledge of the Sellafield Ltd Management System (SLMS)
- Knowledge of Process & Safety Case challenges of storing ILW material
- Experience of Design Justification and interaction with the Regulator