Process Engineer in United Kingdom
At Rolls-Royce Nuclear, we have opportunities for talented Process Engineers to work in both the Defence and Civil Nuclear sectors on both New Build and In-Service Support projects. Innovation is in our DNA at Rolls-Royce. We develop integrated power and propulsion solutions that continually break new ground across multiple markets As a Process Engineer, you will be responsible for the specification, design, development, testing and through-life support of nuclear reactor fluid systems and nuclear reactor waste treatment plants. Our focus is on providing customers with integrated, long-term support services across the reactor lifecycle. This covers licensing and environmental support,world-class systems engineering and component design, manufacture and supply, in-service support and plant life extension. Our civil nuclear business provides nuclear reactor vendors and utility operators with integrated, long-term support services and solutions spanning the whole reactor lifecycle, from concept design through to obsolescence management and plant-life extension. Safety-critical systems have been supplied to around 50% of the global nuclear power plants in service and we've been a key player in the nuclear industry for more than 50 years.
- Design and specification of systems, such as: radioactive waste treatment plants, pressure vessels and heat exchangers.
- Production of deliverables such as Piping and Instrumentation Diagrams, data sheets and procurement involvement in all design stages from identification of stakeholder requirements, generating and assessing options, Concept, Scheme, Front End, and Detailed Design, design substantiation and verification and validation, and installation, commissioning and operating documents.
- Provision of key inputs to reviews including: design, quality, safety and environmental assessments and critical review, checking, verification and approval of in-house and third party designs.
- Use of a wide range of standard techniques to such as HAZOP, FMEA, SIL, LOPA, etc. to support arguments.