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Date: 29-Sep-2022

Location: Ratcliffe-on-Soar, GB

Company: Uniper

 

 

 

Uniper needs an individual with knowledge and experience of undertaking integrity assessment work in the Power Generation sector.  We welcome any candidate who wishes to contribute to our safety record in the management of pressure plant and rotating equipment, both gas and steam turbines, and towards methods of maintaining their reliability and extending their operating life.

 

This role contains ample opportunity for individuals to demonstrate creative problem solving approaches in a field where numerous engineering subjects come together to deliver solutions.

 

What we offer
At Uniper, we believe in rewarding our employees for their hard work. We offer competitive salaries, company pensions and performance related benefits. Our people can also take advantage of our extensive flexible benefits package with discounts on high street vouchers, health and dental care, holidays and more.

 

How we work
Our people are key to our success. Our core objective is to provide them with a supportive and entrepreneurial work environment that fosters collaboration. This allows our people to take responsibility and make optimal use of their skills. Together, we want to shape the future of energy.

 

What we are looking for

The successful candidate will be expected to be responsible for:

 

  • Delivering integrity related assessments to the business.
  • Supporting the development of projects in tandem with other team members.
  • Working with a high degree of autonomy including the execution of any and all modelling, independent calculations and produce written reports, to a high standard of English, containing the appropriate advice.  
  • Proactively driving through projects to completion.
  • Liaising with customers and colleagues to obtain necessary information.
  • Delivering projects and work assignments to time and quality and within an agreed budget.
  • Providing assessment of defective components, which may include, but is not restricted to: pressure vessels pipework, valve bodies, thick castings, rotors, blades, gas turbine components .

 

Who we are seeking

  • Strong analytical skills in the area of integrity and fracture mechanics assessments (e.g. R6/R5 or equivalent).
  • Knowledge and application of fatigue and creep crack growth approaches.
  • Advanced practitioner in FEA (Abaqus).
  • A demonstrated history in the supply of Fitness For Service assessments in the Power Generation Industry.
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills including the preparation of detailed technical reports.
  • Experience of working independently.
  • Experience of liaising with NDT/Welding specialists/Metallurgists to deliver assessment of defective components.
  • Experience of reading and interpreting engineering drawings.


Desirable:

 

  • Knowledge of Gas Turbine component integrity and assessment techniques .

 

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Job information

Contract type: Fixed-term 31/08/2023 
Working Hours:     Full time,  
Start Date:
Deadline:
Salary: £51,423.00 to £73,673.00

 

 

Uniper needs an individual with knowledge and experience of undertaking integrity assessment work in the Power Generation sector.  We welcome any candidate who wishes to contribute to our safety record in the management of pressure plant and rotating equipment, both gas and steam turbines, and towards methods of maintaining their reliability and extending their operating life.

 

This role contains ample opportunity for individuals to demonstrate creative problem solving approaches in a field where numerous engineering subjects come together to deliver solutions.

Uniper is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from appropriately qualified and suitable candidates regardless of gender, origin, disability, age, religion, worldview, sexual identity or family status. We promote diversity, equality and flexible working.