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Employment Type:  Full/Part Time
Employment Period:  Permanent
Salary:  Competitive Salary & Benefits
Location: 

Bridgwater, GB

Career Area:  Health, Safety & Environmental

Environment Engineer

The Opportunity

The Environment Engineer will lead the development of the operational environmental capability for Hinkley Point C (HPC) project, ensuring that the appropriate arrangements are in place for key project milestones. This will include the production of environmental documentation and the  provision of technical input to training development and design of facilities

 

The NNB Pre-Operations Directorate is responsible for the development of the operational capability for HPC, including training programmes, equipment, facilities, policies and procedures. Reporting to the Technical and Safety Support Manager, the environment engineer will work with other departments to identify what arrangements need to developed and when they need to be in place to ensure there is good understanding of how we will ensure compliance with environmental legislation and permits.

 

Day to Day:

  • Development of a schedule identifying the need dates for key documents, facilities and trained people.
  • Support the specification and procurement of environmental facilities and equipment.
  • Work with other departments to agree the format of environmental documents and lead the production of the operational documentation
  • Provide Subject Matter Expert input into the development of environmental training for the operational organisation.
  • Collaborate with other team members on the development of computer systems which support the operational environment team such as the Laboratory Information Management System.
The Person

Environment Engineers with experience of working with environmental permits, and a degree level qualification will thrive in this role. We’ll value your existing skills and experience while providing the opportunity for individuals with an agile approach, and mind set, to develop your environment engineer career.

 

The role is suited to a person with experience of developing new radiological and non radiological environmental compliance arrangements for an organisation going through a period of change. As environmental compliance is a cross-functional topic, there will be a requirement for the Environment Engineer to collaborate with colleagues in other departments to ensure an integrated and consistent approach is taken across the project.

 

What does being a great Environment Engineer at EDF Energy mean?:

Collaboration: You’re able to collaborate with other team members on the development of computer systems.

Planning & Prioritising: You have a plan that is achievable and communicated to stakeholders.

Team Work: You can work with other departments to agree the format of environmental documents and lead the production of the operational documentation.

Knowledge: In-depth working knowledge of environmental legislation, policy, regulatory, guidance and standards.

Experience: You will have experience of developing new radiological and non-radiological environmental compliance arrangements for an organisation going through a period of change.

The Skills

Essential

  • Evidence of relationship building, influencing and collaborative work style in a complex environment
  • Experience of working in team-focused environments
  • In-depth working knowledge of environmental legislation, policy, regulatory guidance and standards
  • Able to work independently  and be proactive

Desirable

  • Experience of working in a project organisation
  • Experience of working with UK regulators
  • Experience of environmental requirements for the nuclear power industry
Competitive Salary & Benefits

We offer a competitive salary and benefits package, including a defined contribution pension scheme, a wide range of flexible benefits to suit your lifestyle, and the opportunity to earn bonus.  Although these roles are advertised on a full-time basis as standard, flexible working arrangements will be considered.

Why EDF Energy?

We’re proud to be an inclusive, disability confident employer and recognise the importance of employee well-being, and although these roles are advertised on a full-time basis as standard, flexible working arrangements will be considered. 

 

We’re about the people who work with us and we celebrate their diversities and embrace the value that their differences bring. We believe that a culture of inclusion forms the basis of a truly sustainable business and is vital to shaping a strong and fresh-thinking organisation, with a number of employer networks and benefits to suit your lifestyle.

 

Recruiting from the widest possible pool of talent, we assess every potential employee against our four key behaviours – Integrity, Inclusion, Inspiration and Impact. We make sure that our workforce is a true reflection of our communities and customers. Their unique perspectives not only give us a better understanding of customers from all walks of life, but bring fresh ideas too.


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