Role description

For one of our clients in Belgium, we are currently looking for a Severe Accident Engineer with nuclear industry design experience and fluency in French or Dutch to join activities for multiple nuclear projects. This is an initial 1-year contract to be based in Brussels.

Responsibilities

  • Perform and document severe accident analyses supporting Level 2 Probabilistic Safety Assessments;
  • Write technical reports about studies performed;
  • On-demand, realize complex deterministic severe accident analyses using industry-standard methods and simulation tools (e.g. MELCOR code, ASTEC code);
  • Contribute to defend your work to the Belgian Safety Authorities.

Essential skills

  • With a Master in Engineering or a Master in Physics;
  • With at least 5 years of experience in the domain of engineering studies;
  • With a background in analysing severe accident conditions, as well as being familiar with related international codes, standards, and best-practices;
  • With knowledge of the Belgian nuclear domain;
  • Able to communicate (write/speak) in English and French or Dutch;
  • Interested to become a high-level expert in these topics

Anelia Koleva est spécialisée dans les marchés nucléaires européens. Très expérimentée et avec une vaste connaissance des besoins de tout le cycle de vie d'une centrale nucléaire, Anelia sait où trouver les candidats - cadres seniors, exécutifs, en missions permanentes ou freelance - qui viendront enrichir l'activité de ses clients.

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