For 50 years, we've been driven by the firm belief that engineers are the architects of tomorrow's world, leading the way with their daring, their expertise and their ability to push boundaries.
Together with our customers, our 6,000 employees innovate on a daily basis and contribute to accelerating energy transition throughout the world. They support the world's greatest engineering projects in the fields of energy, digital and transport.
A fast-growing international Group, we are present in 13 countries (in Europe, the Middle East, Asia and Africa).
Make your contribution towards the UK achieving our net zero ambitions Hinkley Point C (HPC) will be supplying 3,200 MWe of carbon free electricity within the next decade.
Assystem are a key multi-framework engineering partner helping to design, construct, and commission the UK's first large-scale nuclear power station in 30 years.
You will be joining our expanding team of over 7000 delivering innovative engineering across a spectrum of digital, energy transition and Nuclear technologies such as fusion and modularisation alongside key global large-scale critical Infrastructure projects.
We are excited to be recruiting for Fluid Systems Design Engineers to join our teams on Hinkley Point C as part of our Nuclear New Build team.
- System design & system integration
- Produce, review & update the system documentation for mechanical and thermo-hydraulic design
- Performing analysis for defining the Instrumentation & Control functional requirements of the system
- Sizing of components
- Thermal-hydraulic calculation & modelling
- Formulating equipment specifications
- Stakeholder engagement & management
Key Skills & Experience:
- Mechanical or Process Engineering degree or equivalent qualification
- Proven experience of process engineering, ideally in a highly regulated environment
- Working knowledge of fluid mechanics, heat transfer & thermodynamics
- Knowledge of Instrumentation & Control design
- Experience of producing design documentation and test specifications
- Knowledge of UK licensing requirements
- Experience of the nuclear industry would be an advantage