Job title: Structural Engineer
Job Type: Contract
IR35 Status: Inside IR35
Start date: Immediate
Duration: 12 months with possible extension
Pay rate: Negotiable depending on skills and experience
Location: Abingdon, Oxfordshire / Hybrid
Are you ready to be a part of the future of clean and limitless energy? The UK Atomic Energy Authority (UKAEA) is at the forefront of nuclear fusion research, and we're looking for a Structural Engineer to join their dynamic team. If you're a Structural Engineer with a passion for innovation, this is your chance to make a significant impact on the future of energy production.
As a Structural Engineer at UKAEA, you'll play a pivotal role in advancing nuclear fusion technology.
Your responsibilities will include:
Carrying out site inspections for buildings and plant as necessary.
Reviewing UKAEA records and databases to compile design baseline data.
Performing structural analysis and preparing structural assessment reports using SAP-2000 and Tekla TEDDS.
Engaging with stakeholders to define and document requirements, scope of work, and oversee negotiation of solutions.
Preparing structural design solutions through conceptual to detail design phases for plant, structural equipment, and additional/alteration works.
Reviewing third-party design and analysis documentation to ensure compliance with relevant standards and UKAEA requirements.
Checking calculations, analyses, and reports generated internally for compliance to standards and following UKAEA verification and validation routines.
Providing technical supervision and mentoring to junior engineers.
Acting as a Technical Reference for the organization in matters relating to specialist knowledge and experience.
Demonstrating excellent communication skills to collaborate with personnel across the organization and fostering effective teamwork.
Bachelor's degree in Civil or Structural Engineering or equivalent experience.
Proficiency in structural engineering analysis and calculations using Eurocodes for Steel and Concrete.
Experience in conducting site inspections and documenting them.
Familiarity with SAP-2000 and Tekla TEDDS or similar engineering software.
Ability to prepare drawings for tender purposes using AutoCAD.
Why Join UKAEA:
Contribute to cutting-edge nuclear fusion research.
Work with state-of-the-art technology and equipment.
Opportunities for career advancement and professional development.
Be part of a sustainable and clean energy future.
If you are ready to take on this challenging and rewarding role in the Nuclear Fusion Energy sector and meet the qualifications and experience required, we invite you to apply today.
Please note that applicants must have the right to work in the UK. We cannot provide VISA sponsorship.
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