Do you enjoy complex work planning and interacting with multiple different stakeholders? Our client is interested in your skillset and expertise at a new-build NPP in Finland!

Not only you will have a rare opportunity to join a megaproject for the crucial last months on fuel loading phase and before the PTO, but you will also on your free time have the opportunity to explore one of the happiest and cleanest countries in the world.

Role description

As a Plant Status Management (PSM) Engineer for Planning and Coordination, your responsibilities include planning of all kinds of mechanical activities in the plant, especially auxiliary systems. You will be securing the not violation of the technical specifications and proposing/defining changes in the planning sequences in order to fulfil them. You have a proactive approach and the ability to detect and remove obstacles in time.

You will be seen as the schedule owner for level 1 and level 2 schedules for the project. Also organizing the PTW activities, leading the meetings and regular reporting are part of your daily tasks.

Responsibilities

Besides the already mentioned, you will be responsible for
– Checking that the activities from all entities fit together in the time schedule
– Getting a more appropriate sequence for the project progress
– Harmonizing the mechanical activities with the electrical and the I&C activities

Essential skills

After your engineering degree (mechanical, nuclear or process) you have gained PWR experience for min. of 5 years in planning and scheduling of construction site works.

You are very familiar with mechanical and systems (design or commissioning or maintenance), especially with the functionality of mechanical equipment such as valves, pumps, heaters and filters,

 

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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