Lead Mechanical Engineer (Nuclear equipment)

Ref No. EMP455735
Salary £45 - £55/hour
Location Reading, England
Start date 14/12/2020
Job type Contract (6 Months)
Job Status Applicants Required

Introduction

Our client is looking for a Lead Mechanical Engineer to oversee the installation of mechanical equipment into a nuclear facility. Candidates must hold live SC clearance and have previous experience of working on AWE projects

Important

Previous experience in a similar role

The Job

Our client is looking for a Lead mechanical engineer to support a project for a minimum of 6 months supporting the installation of nuclear equipment into a new nuclear facility.

We are looking for a Mechanical Engineer who has worked in a Nuclear environment with a bias towards the testing and delivery of mechanical plant and equipment.

The project includes the specification, design, manufacture, build, testing, installation and commissioning of multiple Process Plant and Equipment (PP&E) work packages.

PP&E Engineering provide technical support to several specific allocated work packages and to stakeholders in the wider project including; PM, Assurance, QA and Commissioning.

The objective of the task is the generation and review of PP&E technical documentation, responding to TQs and witness of Factory Acceptance Testing to ensure the delivery of the project requirements within the specified timescales.

In addition, the task will involve providing technical Design Substantiation Reports in support of the overall facility safety case.

Due to the clients need to mobilise the right individual quickly, candidates must hold live SC clearance to be considered for this role

This role is working outside of IR35

Matchtech acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and employment business for the supply of temporary workers and is part of Gattaca Plc.

Gattaca Plc provides support services to Matchtech and may assist with processing your application.

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