The rewards for the right candidate will include the following:
30 days paid leave per holiday year including public holidays (i.e. 22 days leave plus 8 public holidays) increasing at 1 day per completed year of service, following satisfactory annual review and at the Company’s discretion, to a maximum of 33 days paid leave per year. Annual leave entitlements will be pro-rated for part-time employees
Training and support towards professional qualifications will be provided
Flexible working: 3,4 or 5 days per week (depending on role) plus flexible start and finish times as per company policy
Route to company partnership
Cycle to work scheme
Annual company social outing
Access to childcare voucher scheme
Documentation required for interview
It is a legal requirement that we ask all interviewees to provide evidence of their right to work in the UK.
You must also provide original academic qualifications, professional memberships, driving licence, CSCS card (if held) and examples of work (as required by the role).
Documentation required prior to employment
You must be able to provide two named referees (one of which must be your current/most recent employer) and when we are able to contact them in order to obtain references (to include contact email addresses if possible).
IDOM Merebrook’s UK nuclear engineering team is seeking to recruit a mechanical engineer or stress analyst at our Manchester office. Candidates should have a minimum of 2 years’ experience, however, any candidates who may not have the number of years’ experience required but can demonstrate the necessary skills in combination with directly relevant experience may apply and will be considered.
Candidates must be degree-qualified in Mechanical Engineering or a related discipline
A solid foundation in mechanical engineering principles
A track record of delivering technical solutions to meet the customer’s requirements in challenging timescales
A desire to be challenged and contribute to the success and growth of the business
Excellent communication skills
IMechE chartered or working towards chartership
Knowledge of Finite Element Analysis principles
Following Quality Assurance processes
Working effectively, both in project teams and independently
Production of designs and calculations to demonstrate acceptable equipment performance
Stress analysis hand calculations using Mathcad
Application of Finite Element Analysis (FEA) including Ansys APDL and interpretation of the results to influence the design process
Authoring technical documentation
Use of 2D and 3D CAD packages, ideally Autodesk Inventor.
Nuclear industry awareness and safety case appreciation
Seismic and fatigue assessment
Working to design codes and industry standards appropriate for a safety-critical industry, such as ASME BPVC Section III/VIII or RCC-M
Familiar with steam-raising power plant and components (pressure vessels, heat exchangers, pumps, valves, pipework etc)
All applicants should have a full clean UK driving licence.