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EDF Energy is a core part of the EDF Group, one of the largest energy companies in Europe with key business operations in the UK, France, Italy and Belgium. We're the UK's largest producer of low-carbon electricity, the biggest supplier of electricity by volume in Great Britain, the largest supplier to British businesses and we employ more than 13,000 people. We operate nuclear, coal and gas power stations, wind farms, and combined heat & power plants. We have a focus on safe, dependable energy generation and an ethos of service excellence. We are playing a leading role in new nuclear build in the UK to secure a bright future for the combined business and its employees.

The Opportunity

Environmental Engineer, London, Competitive Salary & Benefits

A new opportunity has arisen for an Environmental Engineer to support the Sizewell C Environment Manager, based at 90 Whitfield Street in London (other locations may be considered) with requirements to travel to other locations including Bristol. This is a great opportunity to get involved in a wide range of topics across conventional and radiological environmental permitting, compliance, radioactive waste management and decommissioning. The primary purpose of the environment team is to secure delivery of the permits required for the future construction and operation of SZC through to permit grant, and ensure that appropriate organisation and proportionate environmental arrangements are in place for the various stages of the SZC project to maintain compliance with these permits.

In addition, the team provides authoritative expertise and advice on all environmental and decommissioning aspects of the SZC project. This includes responsibility for delivery and management of the Decommissioning and Waste Management Plan (DWMP) in support of the SZC Funded Decommissioning Programme (FDP), and providing assurance to the wider SZC project to ensure that any work delivered including any awarded contracts meet the environmental requirements of the project as laid out in standards, procedures, guidance and plans.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Coordinating Financial, Schedule and Risk Reporting on behalf of the Environment Team,
  • Provision of written and verbal advice on compliance with UK legislation, environmental permits, and decommissioning requirements.
  • Management of the Environmental Actions Tracker, BAT Open Point Register and Environmental Modifications Tracker, which plays a key role in supporting regulatory compliance and the Design Change Process.
  • Point of contact within the Environment Team, supporting the determination and future compliance of the Water Discharge Activity (WDA), Radioactive Substances Activity (RSA) and Combustion Activity (CA) Environmental Permits.
The Person

Environmental Engineers with strong problem solving and organisational skills, with the ability to prioritise work load effectively will thrive in this role. The Environmental Engineer will be either a Graduate or Professional with the ability to engage with wide range of stakeholders including their counterparts in the Hinkley Point C project, to take on board the lessons learnt and apply the benefits to the replication at SZC.

The Environmental Engineer will be required to:

  • Support the SZC Environment Leads throughout the determination of the Water Discharge Activity (WDA), Radioactive Substances Activity (RSA) and Combustion Activity (CA) Environmental Permits.
  • Support the development of arrangements for the compliance with the WDA, RSA and CA Permits.
  • Support the technical and commercial management of the supply chain undertaking work for the Environment Team, including the tendering process, award of contracts and day to day management.
  • Support the Environment Manager - Nuclear Development in Financial and Schedule Reporting.
  • Support the Design Change Process and Procurement and Delivery Processes as appropriate to ensure environmental, decommissioning and sustainability requirements are taken into account.
  • Management of the Environmental Actions Tracker and Environmental Modifications Tracker.
  • Supporting Regulatory Engagements with the Environment Agency, Office for Nuclear Regulation, Nuclear Decommissioning Authority and Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy.
The Skills

Essential

  • Degree qualified or equivalent in an environmental, science, radiation protection or related discipline.
  • Must be able to work independently and demonstrate excellent communication/interpersonal and influencing skills.
  • Accuracy and attention to detail, with the ability to see projects through from start to finish, a well-developed skillset with regards to the communication with a variety of stakeholders.

Desirable

  • Knowledge of Radiation Protection or Radioactive Waste Management.
  • Experience in EPR permit compliance and Radiation Protection or Radioactive Waste Management.
  • Knowledge of environmental legislation in the UK relevant to a construction site, plus knowledge of the supporting guidance, reference notes, industry best practice.
  • Experience of operating within an environmental management system (EMS) conforming to recognised standards (BS EN ISO14001:2004), including the development of procedures to meet the requirements of the EMS.
Competitive Salary & Benefits

We offer a competitive salary and benefits package, including a defined benefit 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?

EDF is a core part of the EDF Group, one of the largest energy companies in Europe with key business operations in the UK, France, Italy and Belgium. We're proud to be the UK's largest producer of low-carbon electricity, the biggest supplier of electricity by volume in Great Britain, the largest supplier to British businesses, and we employ more than 13,000 people.

Sizewell C, a proposed new nuclear power station in Suffolk, has the potential to generate the reliable low carbon electricity the country needs for decades to come. It will also make a lasting positive difference to the economy in the east of England.

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. We're about the people who work with us and we celebrate their diversities and embrace the value that their differences bring, we recognise the importance of employee well-being.

The Opportunity

Environmental Engineer, London, Competitive Salary & Benefits

A new opportunity has arisen for an Environmental Engineer to support the Sizewell C Environment Manager, based at 90 Whitfield Street in London (other locations may be considered) with requirements to travel to other locations including Bristol. This is a great opportunity to get involved in a wide range of topics across conventional and radiological environmental permitting, compliance, radioactive waste management and decommissioning. The primary purpose of the environment team is to secure delivery of the permits required for the future construction and operation of SZC through to permit grant, and ensure that appropriate organisation and proportionate environmental arrangements are in place for the various stages of the SZC project to maintain compliance with these permits.

In addition, the team provides authoritative expertise and advice on all environmental and decommissioning aspects of the SZC project. This includes responsibility for delivery and management of the Decommissioning and Waste Management Plan (DWMP) in support of the SZC Funded Decommissioning Programme (FDP), and providing assurance to the wider SZC project to ensure that any work delivered including any awarded contracts meet the environmental requirements of the project as laid out in standards, procedures, guidance and plans.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Coordinating Financial, Schedule and Risk Reporting on behalf of the Environment Team,
  • Provision of written and verbal advice on compliance with UK legislation, environmental permits, and decommissioning requirements.
  • Management of the Environmental Actions Tracker, BAT Open Point Register and Environmental Modifications Tracker, which plays a key role in supporting regulatory compliance and the Design Change Process.
  • Point of contact within the Environment Team, supporting the determination and future compliance of the Water Discharge Activity (WDA), Radioactive Substances Activity (RSA) and Combustion Activity (CA) Environmental Permits...... click apply for full job details
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