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Process Engineer - Effluent Treatment

  • Job reference: 929050
  • Location: Bristol
  • Salary: GBP35000 - GBP60000 per annum
  • Job type: Permanent
  • Sector: Power & Utilities
  • Date posted: 10/12/2019

Role: Permanent Salary: £35,000- £60,000 Depending on Experience

Location: Bristol

Are you interested in working with a leading consultancy working on one of the UK's largest engineering projects? The role plays a key part in the development of a Nuclear New Build in the SW, working to deliver high quality design, engineering knowledge and expertise to produce a conformity assessment for treatment systems.

Main Activities: *Production of the NPS description file, system over limit protection report and loading specification.

To be considered you must have: *Good understanding of HAZOP/HAZID. *Strong understanding of process engineering, fluid system operation and design principles. *Experience working with EPR systems and preferably in previous EPR / Nuclear projects. *Knowledge of UK Waste Treatment Regulations.

For the right candidate, our client can offer a competitive salary along with a good benefits package and the opportunity to work for a highly respected company at the forefront of the UK nuclear new build industry offering excellent prospects for future career development and advancement

Security Clearance: *BPSS level clearance required

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