Our Nuclear department supports clients across the full nuclear project life cycle from design, construction, financing, operation/maintenance and decommissioning. With a proven record at Olkiluoto 3, Hinkey Point C, Flamanville and Mohovche, to name a few.
With the focus moving towards sustainable energy sources with low carbon emissions, the Nuclear industry is at the forefront of the future energy plants required to support the full project lifecycle of project plans. The decommissioning of old plants and construction of new will see a continuous increase in demand for talent.
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Main tasks: Check the validity and applicability of the documentation (material certificates, welding records, NDT/test reports, operator certifications...).Help the supplier to gather, manage and compile the End Of Manufacturing Reports (EOMR).Coordination between GE SQE and supplier OLR.Ensure compliant EOMR compilation at each step. Products: Mechanical equipment: high pressure tube heat exchangers. Organization: Based the in supplier premises5 days/week, around 8 hours/day (flexibility according to the load).Nuclear safety culture awareness/training certificate is requested.Language: English and Italian are mandatory.Nice to have: French. Applicable specifications (non-comprehensive): Codes and standards : CODAP, BS EN ISO 9606-1, BS EN ISO 15614, etc.Customer specific requirements: EDF/NNB specifications: Book of Technical Rules for NDT ref. 91.C.114Book of Technical Rules for Welding ref. 91.C.111 Specific EOMR procedure (HPC/00/N/PMF-------/PP/605)UK regulations
Job Purpose / OverviewThe Welding Superintendent supports the Subject Matter Expert (Construction Technical SupportSME) Team in the Joint Design Office (JDO) and Civils Programme Quality Delivery ManagersHPC Delivery Directorate in planning and delivering welding and allied activities on the HPC project. The role involves mainly liaising with contract partners to ensure that they understand and deliver the welding excellence required in the environment of a licensed nuclear construction site. The Welding Superintendent plays a key role in ensuring that the day to day welding quality is maintained at a high level and individual welders are supported and encouraged to produce high quality work and have the necessary tools and environment to perform at the highest level. The Welding Superintendent will report to the Head of Construction Technical SupportSME Team Lead and works collaboratively with the Senior Welding Consultant and Welding Consultant in the SME Team Manager on matters pertaining to welding, pipework erection and metallurgical controls such as heat treatment and mitigation of system stresses.Framework & BoundariesThe Welding Superintendent works within the Site Construction Delivery Directorate and interfaces with the Inspection and Testing teams and the Welding Consultants, Welding SME and Project Construction Delivery Managers of the 6 programmes work on matters of welding and welding erection. There will also be links with the Quality Department and & Learning/Skills Development as well as Inspection and test functions to work on matters that affect welding and erection quality.Knowledge, Skills, Qualifications & ExperienceEssential Significant experience in welding and erection activities on large projects leading teams of peopleProven ability to engage Senior Management and variety of stakeholders to work in the interest of attaining high quality welding with low defect ratesAbility to contribute to the management of a high performing team that continuously outperforms expectations and objectivesUnderstanding of Quality Management Systems and experience of the application of ISO 9001 standard in a construction, engineering or industrial context.
Job Purpose / OverviewWorking in the Cost Discipline of Integrated Project Controls (IPC), under the direction and leadership of the IPC Cost & Forecasting Manager, to take responsibility for all aspects of Cost within either one of the Programme Controls Teams or the Central Controls Team within the HPC Project. To help lead the establishment, development, maintenance of timely, accurate cost data, and reports, including forecasts, performance analysis, earned value, cash flows, and monthly reports on the Actual Cost of Work Performed (ACWP). To support the client Energy in minimising the Estimate At Completion (EAC) for the Programme in accordance with best value.It is the overarching objective of the Integrated Project Controls (IPC) Function to act as a centre of excellence: the intelligent owners of the single source of delivery performance information, operating as an integrated enabler for the successful delivery of the HPC Project.Contextual InformationOperating Environment Thinking Environment: In order to understand the operating environment, the job-holder will be familiar with the following key documents: Company Manual - outlines the purpose of the company;Project Execution & Business Plan - describes the delivery strategy for the Project;Project Delivery Model - signposts readers to key procedures;Integrated Project Controls Manual - how work is undertaken in the Integrated Project Controls Function;Discipline-specific Procedures - detailed activity steps, interfaces, etc. The Nuclear environment is highly regulated by the Office for Nuclear Regulation (ONR);Nuclear Safety Culture is of paramount importance to the Project and embedded throughout. Key Interfaces include: Cost Discipline;Other Project Controls Disciplines (Estimating, Scheduling, Risk, Performance Measurement & Analysis, Project Controls Managers (PCMs));Project & Programme Managers;Programme Director;Supply Chain Function;Finance Function. Framework & Boundaries Breadth of Responsibility: People: As per the approved organisation chart. At the time of writing, the number of reports are: Direct - 4-5, Indirect - 0In the Programme Control Teams, the jobholder will have responsibility for the budget and contracts held by the Programme;In the Central Controls Team, the jobholder will have oversight of all Project budgets and contracts. Challenges and Problem Solving: Ensure alignment of data between Cost and other Disciplines of Integrated Project Controls;Ensure alignment of ACWP and financial actuals;Work with key interfaces to identify and understand issues and concerns;Collaboratively resolve issues, implement corrective action or escalate as required. Decision-Making: The jobholder will be responsible for Project data within their area of work and will have authority to make decisions relating to the maintenance of the data. The jobholder's line manager will be accountable for the data and material decisions will be referred upwards accordingly. Principal AccountabilitiesTeam: Support the PCM or IPC Cost Manager in the development, implementation and maintenance of Integrated Project Controls processes for Cost, including the production of monthly reports, through the provision of intelligent information and analysis;Assist in leading, coaching and supporting all staff within the Cost Discipline;Collaborate with other Disciplines of Integrated Project Controls, as well as other Project Support Functions, to help deliver Project goals in keeping with the HPC principles of Trust, Transparency and Teamwork. Core Processes: Responsible for the production and maintenance of accurate cost and cash forecasts in alignment with the Cost Breakdown Structure (CBS);Responsible for the accurate maintenance all cost data for the Programme within the financial control system (EcoSys), including monthly ACWP calculations;Oversee and provide timely and focussed cost reporting for the Programme to key stakeholders, to a defined reporting cycle;Responsible for the accurate assessment of the EAC for the Programme;Responsible for ensuring that earned value techniques and indices are correctly implemented in the Programme;Assist with the development of cost systems and reports capable of delivering the Project objectives;Lead and ensure the assessment of all changes and accurate representation of approved changes within the Programme budgets;Compare and analyse trends within the Programme and identify areas of risk and opportunities;Oversee the review, acceptance and integration of cost estimates and forecasts provided by Tier 1 Contractors and suppliers;Adhere to Project governance and Cost standards and procedures;Ensure all Project documents, in particular Sensitive Nuclear Information, are correctly protectively marked, and protected in accordance with the client policies and procedures.