Major Design Engineering Opportunities in Nuclear

By mrcas

June 25, 2008

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Simon Turner from Energy Recruitment Solutions Ltd (ERS), the leading Nuclear Job Recruiter, advises that the industry is currently experiencing unprecedented demand for Nuclear Design Engineers across all disciplines, essentially to meet the massive demand they are experiencing for not only new site construction roles, but also the management of the decommissioning processes at the existing Power Plant sites.

This is creating entirely new and essentially previously non-existant opportunities for skilled and experienced Electrical Controls and Instrumentation Engineers such as: Safety Design Engineers, Mechanical Design Engineers, Civil and Structural Design Engineers and Mechanical Process Design Engineers, to cross over into the lucrative and rapidly growing field of Nuclear Design Engineering from parallel industry sectors such as Fossil Fuelled Electricity, Oil and Gas, Petro Chemicals, Aerospace, Rail, Water and other Utilities, etc.

Contact Simon at ERS direct on 01454 203 460 or submit a CV to cv@energyrs.co.uk for further details of these and other new opportunities in the Nuclear Power sector.   

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