Role description

Your focus will be to work alongside the team in Lyon and share your experience and knowledge and guide them WITH the correct application of the nuclear methods and regulations in the UK to the ongoing systems design.

This is a permanent position.


The company has been created as a specialist entity in Waste management and decommissioning engineering. Their business scope includes both international and French markets.

Assembles a broad range of engineering competencies covering reactor technologies ranging from Boiling Water Reactors (BWR), Pressurized Water Reactors (PWR) to Fast Breeder Reactors (FBR) and Heavy Water Reactors (HWR).

As an engineering company specialized in studies and projects, it supports:

  • Project Management,
  • The realization of basic design and detailed design studies,
  • On-site management of subcontractors during works phases.

The technical department comprises of three main services:

  • Dismantling and general installation service,
  • Tooling and system service,
  • Radioprotection, safety and waste service.

Today, the company employs circa 50 specialized engineers, engineering assistants and drafters. We are currently actively recruiting to increase that number to about 150 by 2022.

The headquarters are located in Lyon (France).

Knowledge, Experience and Skills


The role is open to engineers coming from different disciplines (Mechanical, HVAC, Lifting, Lay out, Dismantling) and with different levels of experience, as long they have worked with UK nuclear designs.

Fluency in English and communicational level of French are both hard requirements.

As the position is based full time in Lyon; the candidate needs to be based in the area or open to relocate there.


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Essential skills

UK Regulations – French – English

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