Jacobs is the Design and Engineering partner for Sellafield under the PPP (Programme and Project Partners). This is 20-year arrangement to deliver ~£7bn of major projects. We are identifying our best people to deliver this programme.
Sellafield are looking to adopt high value experience from across comparable highly complex regulated sectors and want to transform project delivery across its estate. Working in a fully collaborative environment, there are three core parts of the PPP scope: delivery of major projects, site-wide project delivery improvements and provision of supporting PPP services . Jacobs provide the front-end design and engineering capability and services required to deliver major projects and site wide project delivery improvements. The programme will deliver innovation in solutions and schedule underpinning the decommissioning plan for the site.
Being part of the PPP Team offers a unique opportunity to be part of a team driving change and innovation in design and execution of engineering, safety and delivery solutions in one of the most complex industrial sites in the UK if not the world.
As a result of increasing demand for our services, there are significant opportunities for you, as a Environment Engineer to support a key project within the nuclear business.
To provide professional Environment Heath & Safety advice and support to a Programme/Project/OU which meets customer and stakeholder requirements to support effective delivery, whilst meeting SL, legislative and regulatory requirements.
To be an integral part of the Programme/Project/OU and to participate in any appropriate EHS forum, interfacing with stakeholders, customers and regulators as required
Assess EHS risks and provide professional advice to Duty Holders in accordance with legislation and site policy & procedures. Where necessary document and produce technical reports in support of that advice.
Identify and respond to EHS issues and concerns, providing advice on appropriate measures and controls to protect the environment and ensure safe delivery of the
Programme/Project/OU Lifetime plan. Undertake inspections, observation and assurance activities to identify and highlight EHS performance gaps, determine root causes and corrective actions in order to improve EHS performance.
Support the Duty Holder in the investigation of EHS incidents and events, ensure corrective actions are taken, and learning opportunities identified and shared.
Develop and maintain a detailed knowledge of relevant EHS legislation, site arrangements and standards.
Develop and maintain a comprehensive knowledge of the particular EHS hazards and associated controls within the Programme/Project/OU.
Provide support to the EHS Manager and Duty Holders’ interactions with internal and external regulators (ONR, EA) and with external organisations such as WANO, RoSPA, LRQA, etc.
Identify, support and facilitate EHS improvements programmes within a Programme/Project/OU and the development of a positive EHS culture.
Support, coach, and mentor (and where appropriate assess) EHS role holders and those accountable for EHS delivery to develop EHS awareness and competence of the workforce.
Develop and deliver EHS training at a Programme/Project/OU level and in support delivery of site training programmes.
Lead by example, setting EHS standards, championing best practice and encouraging others to demonstrate appropriate EHS behaviours and promote a positive EHS culture in line with SL standards and expectations.
Graduate (2:1 minimum) in a relevant STEM subject or an equivalent level of qualifications and experience.
Member of a relevant Professional Body (e.g. IEMA, SRP, IOSH, etc.).
Several years’ EHS experience on an industrial site with experience of a range of hazard types.
Must complete the relevant aspects of the Safety/Environment Competency Scheme and associated training, in accordance with the requirements of the
Safety/Environment Advisor Career Pathways and Training Programme Descriptions.