Make a difference with a world class company
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Test Rig Design Engineer
(EC&I), to work for Rolls-Royce SMR in Derby or Warrington on projects that
will contribute to the global reduction of carbon emissions. This is a unique
opportunity to be involved in the design project for a new nuclear power station
and the establishment of a world class testing capability. Blueprint
Recruitment, working with Rolls-Royce SMR and Morson RPO, is looking for a
talented and ambitious engineer to join Rolls-Royce SMR’s innovative and
dynamic Test Capability Team.
Rolls-Royce SMR is a new business, specifically created to design,
construct and deliver a new fleet of Small Modular Reactor power plants that
will contribute to Net Zero carbon emissions globally. Created through
Rolls-Royce’s passion for engineering excellence and with world class
investment, this is an exciting new business which expects to become a leading
player in the future of energy.
The Test Rig Design
Engineer (EC&I) will be responsible for the development of test rig control
and instrumentation systems. The test
rig designs will be developed through a series of reviews, requiring the use of
systems engineering techniques to develop robust technical solutions that meet
the project requirements.
The Development Engineering organisation itself has
responsibilities for proving that the SMR power station design meets its
objectives and requirements. This will encompass the area of nuclear
engineering as well as the broader scope of delivering a major infrastructure
will be a Chartered Engineer (or working towards professional accreditation), Physical Sciences, or a related discipline. You
will also have:
Good knowledge of the design and implementation of Control and Instrumentation systems.
Knowledge and experience of complex safety critical systems or industrial process plant is beneficial.
Familiarity with systems engineering principles is desirable.
A willingness to challenge conventional thinking, with the desire to
make a difference.
Key Responsibilities of the Role will be:
To apply systems and process engineering techniques to develop test rigs from preliminary concept through to detailed design and operation.
To define and manage test rig requirements, including controls and instrumentation requirements.
To develop engineering assessments for: C&I architectures, systems design, control laws, user interfaces, instrumentation selection, data storage and analysis.
To conduct safety assessments such as HAZOPs and FMECAs to ensure the test rigs are safe.
To produce design documentation such as P&IDs, system descriptions and operating philosophies.
To work collaboratively in a multidisciplinary engineering team to deliver an optimised test rig.
To work with power station design teams, suppliers, and external test houses.
To act as a technical representative for assigned test rigs at
technical and project reviews.
Benefits and Work Conditions:
A highly competitive salary is on offer along with a performance related bonus.
A range of flexible benefits are available to choose from, enabling you to create a bespoke package to suit your needs.
Travel: the location of work can be either Derby or Warrington.
Flexible working / hybrid and remote working patterns are available with agreement
Working hours are 37.5 hrs per week with some additional hours as and when required.
Rolls-Royce SMR are an equal opportunities employer.
For further information on this opportunity, please contact Charlie Knight on 02392 603030 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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