Safety Case Consultants - Engineer/Senior/Principal About the role Here at Cavendish Nuclear we are looking to recruit a number of experienced Safety Case Consultants based at our new facility on the Birchwood Business Park, Warrington. You will join a team that has vast experience in Safety Case Management and provide professionally competent specialist services to our many clients. Cavendish Nuclear are a key player within the Royal Navy’s submarine programme where we provide through life engineering across their assets. Within this role, you will be pivotal in the creation of safety cases on both the vessels and surrounding infrastructure safeguarding our onsite personnel. As well as working on exciting defence programmes you will have the chance to be a part of the civil nuclear team that support many customers across their new build, engineering services and decommissioning programmes. This is a highly rewarding position working within a market leading nuclear engineering organisation that will give you the opportunity to develop your skills and experience across a variety of nuclear projects. We support UK and international nuclear power stations with a range of services and strive to be best in class across our various contracts. Role requirements You will need to have experience in a safety case related role, ideally in a nuclear environment and have the gravitas to work within a multi-disciplinary team. We would also like you to have all or some experience with the below duties; • Where required, providing the nuclear safety input to design projects and bidding• Develop hazard management strategies• Author radiological safety assessments, including Hazard Management Strategy, Safety Reports (PSRs and PCSRs etc. and equivalents)• Producing, and checking calculations, analyses, design basis documentation and technical reports• Providing formal responses to comments raised at the various approval stages• Participating in HAZID / HAZOP studies• Managing delivery for the work undertaken by the Supply Chain as appropriate and maintain an overview of progress against cost and programme, and the management of project risks, for the work undertaken within their agreed remit• To maintain an overview of technical and safety case strategies being delivered, and the key arguments used, to share ‘best practice’ between projects• To serve as a Company technical representative in external settings, where required• Reporting regularly to the Functional Leader• Undertaking any special duties as may be specified from time to time by the Functional Leader What else do I need to know? • The role will be based at Warrington. About Cavendish Nuclear Cavendish Nuclear brings together much of the UK’s rich nuclear heritage to create one of the largest specialist nuclear services organisations, at home and abroad. Our heritage dates back to the earliest days of nuclear research and development. Cavendish Nuclear is licensed to operate thirteen nuclear sites in the UK, we are strategic partners to EDF Energy on the lifetime extensions of their fleet and work with Hitachi to deliver a new fleet of nuclear power plant. Our expertise in the design and build of waste treatment facilities, together with our experience of waste management and fuel-handling, makes us a key supplier at Sellafield and other NDA sites. With a highly-skilled workforce circa 6,000 we are located at offices and sites in the UK as well as internationally and are trusted to deliver the highest standards of safety, quality, security and environmental protection for our customers. We believe that this is strategically imperative to ensure the long term success of the nuclear sector in the UK and will greatly enhance our ability to export the broader UK nuclear industry capability. Application Guidance All applications should be made online. Please use a desktop PC or laptop to create your account and apply for a job. Once you’ve completed this you’ll be able to apply to jobs from mobile devices. If you experience difficulties please click here. Recruitment correspondence is normally by email so please check your email account and spam folder regularly. We are committed to building an inclusive culture and strives to attract talent who thrive in an inclusive and flexible working environment. If you have a disability or need any reasonable adjustments during the application and selection stages please let us know and will respond in a way that best fits your specific needs. 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