Integration & Control Engineer

Software Development • £36000 - £45000 per annum

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As part of the Responsible Designer for the Hinkley Point C project, our Client provides Engineering Design support for the Balance of the Nuclear Island (BNI). This role is a member of a large integrated team seconded into Client team focused on providing high quality design, engineering knowledge & expertise.

Assignment Scope:
The WIT sequence 5 interface and coordination engineer ensures the interface between the HPC sequence 5, in charge of contracts and procurement and the WIT activities based in Bristol (WIT Integrated Team) for the UK Hinkley Point C (HPC) EPR project, which involves civil, layout, piping and system design activities.

Business Travel:

  • Occasional trips to Paris, France

Key Competencies:
  • The ability to innovate, think laterally and implement processes
  • Ability to influence stakeholders and resources
  • Ability to engage multiple stakeholders with different objectives


  • Being honourable, trustworthy, fair and honest – respecting confidentiality

  • Get results and make things happen
  • Ability to influence stakeholders with both within and external to client business

  • Engaging and influencing a team of professionals 
  • Recognising, drawing out and utilising the skills of others
  • Share knowledge, experience, reward and leadership
  • Create a working environment of safety, autonomy and trust

Main Activities:
The WIT sequence 5 interface/coordination engineer is responsible to ensure adequate interaction and coordination between Sequence 5, in charge of contracts and procurement, and the WIT activities for all the sequences. It involves notably:

Sequence 5 Point of Contact:
  • Participate to all Sequence 5/Sequence 3 (Civil/Layout) meeting
  • Participate to Sequence 5/Sequence 4 (System Design) meeting
  • Escalate to Sequence 5 all concerns regarding contract for the entire scope of WIT

Consistent State/Reference Configuration (Application for Layout/System/Piping):
  • In charge to develop the maturity of supplier integration inside WIT – Keep up to date WIT data maturity reviews for system and layout
  • Secure with the CEL of the contracts when the final data will be available – Be the single point of contact for ISL update and analyse the ISL updates on a monthly basis to feed the system and layout teams
  • Develop the schedule of integration of supplier feedback and the review of those data compared to the decoupling’ one
  • Conduct 2D (Mechanical guide drawing) / 3D model for analysis of nozzle position, number of nozzle (instrumentation), anchorages, etc. – Be in charge of the meeting organization, MoM redaction, steering of the meetings, arbitration between the stakeholders
  • Issue the Early warnings and Compensation Event and the impact analysis with the relevant WIT team
  • If modification cannot be done any more on the design phase ensure that the information goes to site team

Scope Gaps:
  • Manage the scope gaps master list for WIT
  • Propose the decoupling strategy for those and inform the Employer through EWN
  • Participate to the production of the procurement strategy proposal and present it to NNB
  • Identify all the input data/bounding case for each of those equipment
  • Ensures those input data are captured by the respective CEL inside their CTS/new specification
  • Manage the integration of supplier feedback (see chapter above)


  • Define the report of supplier feedback integration for WIT
  • Define the level of maturity of the system/layout and the risk identified
  • Identify the schedule of integration (baseline) and the progress of integration
  • Risks/Alerts management
  • Decoupling strategy to be taken

Key Relationships:
The WIT sequence 5 interface/coordination Engineer reports to the Client Technical Coordination Manager.

  • Degree qualified engineer with relevant industry experience in one or more engineering disciplines which may include nuclear safety, electrical, mechanical, systems, civil, & layout
  • Good communication and interpersonal skills
  • Ability to work in a team as well as on own initiative
  • Results focused with the ability to meet commitments & deadlines
  • Highly organised with attention to detail
  • Ability to identify continuous improvements
  • Fluent in English – written & verbal


  • Experience in previous EPR or other nuclear projects
  • Experience of working in a fast pace engineering project environment
  • French language skills – written & verbal

Software & Tools:

  • MS Office & Outlook – essential
  • 3D Viewer

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