Role description

For one of our clients in Belgium, we are currently looking for an experienced Radwaste & Decommissioning Design Engineer with nuclear industry experience and fluency in French or Dutch to join activities for multiple nuclear power plants. This is an initial 1-year contract to be based in Brussels with some potential travel to site.

Knowledge, Experience and Skills

Participate in the preparation of bids, the studies and the projects regarding radwaste management and decommissioning issues by:

  • Developing in-depth expertise about treatment and conditioning systems of solid waste and liquid & gaseous effluents;
  • Specifying systems and/or equipment that meet clients’ requirements;-Being the contact with the equipment suppliers;
  • Establishing the equipment lay-out drawings with designers and draftsmen;
  • Following up the contractors during the site commissioning phase;-Using computer codes developed for evaluating decommissioning costs;
  • Developing sensitivity studies with those codes, especially regarding radwaste management techniques and strategies implemented and their impact on the decommissioning planning and costs;
  • Developing specific studies for the decommissioning of nuclear installations.

Essential skills

  • With a master degree in engineering, preferably in chemical engineering, with a strong will to develop your technical expertise.
  • Experience in the nuclear industry and particularly in radwaste management and decommissioning is an asset.
  • Mother tongue is French or Dutch and you are fluent in English.
  • Able to draw up reports in French or Dutch and English.
  • Familiar with the MS-Office software suite, Visual Basic and Access.
  • Autonomous and you like teamwork.

Anelia Koleva is a Senior Recruitment Consultant, specialised in the Continental European markets, with extensive nuclear experience across different countries, including new build, operations, decommissioning, and research reactors. Experience with senior and executive-level roles, both permanent and contract assignments.

Anelia Koleva