I&C Project Engineer (CON30055)

Job Category:  Engineering
Contract Partner Company:  MEH Alliance
Employing Company:  Balfour Beatty Kilpatrick

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I&C Project Engineer  (CON30055)
The MEH Alliance - Balfour Beatty Kilpatrick 
Hinkley Point C 


Accountabilities:    
1.    To be the MEH JV topic lead for the installation of the Instrumentation scope and the interface to the wider project.
2.    To provide safety advice and guidance relating to the installation of the equipment, instruments, cables, cable connections, instrumentation tubing etc.
3.    To develop the MEH JV Instrumentation systems scope delivery strategy.
4.    To support the building delivery teams to prepare the documentation required for the installation of the instrumentation and associated works.
5.    Liaise with the equipment programme, execution designers, equipment suppliers and EPM team to ensure that the requirements and information is provided to support the installation of the instrumentation to in line with the MEH JV installation strategy.
6.    To ensure that “best for project” decisions are implemented for the instrumentation scope.
7.    To support the development of Inspection and Test Plans (ITP’s) for the MEH JV Instrumentation systems scope.
8.    To liaise with the completions team regarding the process for closing out the MEH JV obligations prior to hand the scope over to the commissioning team.


Key Deliverables:    
1.    Ensure the consistent delivery of the Instrumentation scope across all the areas and buildings by providing timely and relevant information to all area and building leads.
2.    Promote and maintain health and safety to support of a positive Nuclear Safety Culture. 
3.    Risk management and mitigations strategies.
4.    Support the planning and training of the blue-collar trades required for the scope.
5.    Liaise and coordinate with the equipment programme, EPM, and equipment manufacturers to ensure that the full installation requirements are known, and interfaces are identified and resolved.
6.    Liaise and coordinate with the equipment manufacturers regarding product familiarisation and factory training where required.


Minimum Qualifications/ Experience 
(in line with MEH Onboarding matrix)    

1.    Minimum of 5 years’ experience in MEH construction project management.
2.    A good working knowledge of MEH and control system installations.
3.    Excellent interpersonal and communication skills (written and verbal)
4.    Up to date knowledge of workplace / construction Health and Safety
5.    Degree / HND / HNC – Electrical Engineering (or suitable work experience).
6.    Proficient use of IT and MS Office software.
7.    IOSH Managing Safely preferred
8.    CCNSG or HSE MaPs Safety Passport


Additional Qualifications/ Experience:    
1.    Awareness of the UK nuclear site licence conditions application
2.    Awareness of the UK CDM regulations 
3.    Awareness of nuclear quality requirements

 

 

Area/Building
HPC – East Office Annex
The role involves the planning for, and delivery of the MEH JV Instrumentation requirements across the whole of the nuclear island, conventional island, and balance of plant.  This transverse scope will interface with all the Area / Building leads to ensure a consistent approach and delivery.

 

 

Scope

  • Standardised Instrumentation installation strategy.
  • Interface with manufacturers and suppliers.
  • Support completions team to sign off the Instrumentation scope.
  • Support the NNB pre commissioning and commissioning activities.

 

 

MEH Values attributed behaviours:        
•    Demonstrates Humility through sharing success as a team
•    Demonstrates Positivity through always striving for solutions
•    Demonstrates Respect through valuing other points of view
•    Demonstrates Clarity through sharing information simply and concisely
•    Demonstrates Solidarity through adopting a “One Team” MEH approach


 

 

For this role you must have evidence of right to work in the UK. As a project, we do not discriminate on the grounds of age, gender, race, colour, religion, disability or sexual orientation, and we welcome applications from all sections of the community.

The HPC Jobs Service supports local people into exciting, long-term careers across our Project.

 

 

 

I&C Project Engineer  (CON30055)
The MEH Alliance - Balfour Beatty Kilpatrick 
Hinkley Point C 


Accountabilities:    
1.    To be the MEH JV topic lead for the installation of the Instrumentation scope and the interface to the wider project.
2.    To provide safety advice and guidance relating to the installation of the equipment, instruments, cables, cable connections, instrumentation tubing etc.
3.    To develop the MEH JV Instrumentation systems scope delivery strategy.
4.    To support the building delivery teams to prepare the documentation required for the installation of the instrumentation and associated works.
5.    Liaise with the equipment programme, execution designers, equipment suppliers and EPM team to ensure that the requirements and information is provided to support the installation of the instrumentation to in line with the MEH JV installation strategy.
6.    To ensure that “best for project” decisions are implemented for the instrumentation scope.
7.    To support the development of Inspection and Test Plans (ITP’s) for the MEH JV Instrumentation systems scope.
8.    To liaise with the completions team regarding the process for closing out the MEH JV obligations prior to hand the scope over to the commissioning team.


Key Deliverables:    
1.    Ensure the consistent delivery of the Instrumentation scope across all the areas and buildings by providing timely and relevant information to all area and building leads.
2.    Promote and maintain health and safety to support of a positive Nuclear Safety Culture. 
3.    Risk management and mitigations strategies.
4.    Support the planning and training of the blue-collar trades required for the scope.
5.    Liaise and coordinate with the equipment programme, EPM, and equipment manufacturers to ensure that the full installation requirements are known, and interfaces are identified and resolved.
6.    Liaise and coordinate with the equipment manufacturers regarding product familiarisation and factory training where required.


Minimum Qualifications/ Experience 
(in line with MEH Onboarding matrix)    

1.    Minimum of 5 years’ experience in MEH construction project management.
2.    A good working knowledge of MEH and control system installations.
3.    Excellent interpersonal and communication skills (written and verbal)
4.    Up to date knowledge of workplace / construction Health and Safety
5.    Degree / HND / HNC – Electrical Engineering (or suitable work experience).
6.    Proficient use of IT and MS Office software.
7.    IOSH Managing Safely preferred
8.    CCNSG or HSE MaPs Safety Passport


Additional Qualifications/ Experience:    
1.    Awareness of the UK nuclear site licence conditions application
2.    Awareness of the UK CDM regulations 
3.    Awareness of nuclear quality requirements

 

 

Area/Building
HPC – East Office Annex
The role involves the planning for, and delivery of the MEH JV Instrumentation requirements across the whole of the nuclear island, conventional island, and balance of plant.  This transverse scope will interface with all the Area / Building leads to ensure a consistent approach and delivery.

 

 

Scope

  • Standardised Instrumentation installation strategy.
  • Interface with manufacturers and suppliers.
  • Support completions team to sign off the Instrumentation scope.
  • Support the NNB pre commissioning and commissioning activities.

 

 

MEH Values attributed behaviours:        
•    Demonstrates Humility through sharing success as a team
•    Demonstrates Positivity through always striving for solutions
•    Demonstrates Respect through valuing other points of view
•    Demonstrates Clarity through sharing information simply and concisely
•    Demonstrates Solidarity through adopting a “One Team” MEH approach


 

 

For this role you must have evidence of right to work in the UK. As a project, we do not discriminate on the grounds of age, gender, race, colour, religion, disability or sexual orientation, and we welcome applications from all sections of the community.

Why Join Us?

For more than 60 years, nuclear power stations in the UK have been quietly keeping Britain fuelled with massive amounts of home-grown energy.

Our teams up and down the country are proudly continuing to serve the nation – but they also have an eye on the future.

EDF is leading the UK's nuclear renaissance with the construction of a new nuclear power station at Hinkley Point C and plans for a new power station at Sizewell C in Suffolk.

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We’re not just building new nuclear power stations. We’re developing careers, upskilling generations and creating thousands of employment and apprenticeship opportunities across a variety of skills areas.

It takes a special kind of person to work in the nuclear energy industry and although we have thousands of them there’s always a need for more.

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