EPR/PWR Auxillary systems experts, have you already new-build npp experience after the fuel loading and just before the PTO?

If not, this is your chance to adding this experience to your resume while enjoying the perks of working in the happiest country in the world for the next 9 months or so.

Role description

Within this new-build NPP-project, inside the Commissioning Department under the Branch Managers responsibility, your main duties as Commissioning Engineer for Aux systems will be an independent performance of commissioning of the assigned system according to System Commissioning Program and Commissioning Instruction.

You will be creating and delivering related Test Reports for the end-user in a predefined format including internal coordination with Technical Commissioning and Quality Departments.

Responsibilities

also include:

  • Progress coordination within the assigned system between the different departments on site needed for the system to be handed over to the client
    (Interface Departments: Maintenance, Electrical Commissioning, I&C Commissioning, Construction)
  • Progress follow up and reporting with respect to Project Schedule

Essential skills

You hold a sufficient Engineer Degree in mechanical- or process engineering and have at least 2 years of field experience in a nuclear power plant, or preliminary working period within a nuclear project.

Good knowledge of process systems in EPR/Pressurized water reactor required.

You also understand Process and Instrumentation Diagrams (P&ID’s) – Logic Diagrams for signal Processing would be considered as a plus.
You also have a good document writing capacity in English.

 

 

 

 

Rate/Salary

Interested? Get in touch by Thursday the 29th of April with Dzsenifer Kórós d.koros@thomas-thor.com or apply by submitting your CV here!

Mira has over six years of experience in the recruitment industry. As Recruiter at Thomas Thor Associates, she focuses mainly on Finland and continental Europe.

Mira Kantola
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