URGENT: Chinese Nuclear Power Station Job Opportunities, Near Shanghai
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(Shanghai, North and South, at Sangmen and Haiyang.)
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The Peoples Republic of China’s State Nuclear Power Technology Company (SNPTC) has recently selected the Westinghouse/Shaw Consortium and Westinghouse’s AP1000 passive Generation III technology as the basis for four nuclear power plants.
The AP1000 Consortium will be working closely with Energy Recruitment Solutions Ltd (ERS) in the implementation of the new build program with positions and assignments.
As part of the AP1000 Consortium, Shaw provide engineering, procurement, commissioning, and management services for the four Chinese nuclear generation units. Energy Recruitment will assist in supporting this staffing requirement.
ERS therefore have an ongoing need for staff to fulfill this large scale demand for professional skilled and educated construction and engineering experts. ERS have positions across all disciplines within construction and Engineering for long term ex-pat staff positions near Shanghai.
ERS would like to hear from candidates with recent and current experience in construction engineering of Nuclear Power Stations across the world.
Experienced candidates from the Ukraine, Romania, South Africa ,Sweden, Slovenia, Bulgaria, Finland, Russia, Lithuania, India, Slovakia, France, Canada and existing personnel from China Nuclear projects are actively sought.
Footnotes:With the fastest growing economy in the world and its population aggressively demanding to catch up with the western world. Huge demand is placed on the shoulders of the PRC to enable businesses to operate across its vast lands.
With an enormous percentage of its population still living off the land and largely still existing without mains electricity. China has another demand for upgrading the national infrastructure to support the businesses and as the population that converts to working within its factories is looking to emulate its Western counterparts.
Wages enable independence better quality of life with improved towns and buildings.
Mainland China already has eleven nuclear power stations in commercial operation with a further six under construction, and plenty more in the planning stages about to start construction. China needs more Nuclear reactors if it is to continue its vertical climb in world wide dominance.
The countries rapid expansion in its growth of commercial and industry factories leads not only to national power shortages but also a heavy reliance on Fossil fuels that as a direct result is also a big impact on health and its smog related effects on the nation.
China has to reduce its carbon foot print as its the second-largest contributor to energy-related carbon dioxide emissions after the USA.
Nuclear power is a natural choice to support the required power capacity in the coastal areas remote from the coalfields and where the economy is developing quickest
Locations: Shanghai, North and South, at Sangmen and Haiyang.
At the end of February 2007 a framework agreement was signed between Westinghouse and SNPTC specifying Haiyang in Shandong province as the site of the second pair of AP1000 units, with Sanmen.
In July 2007, Westinghouse, along with consortium partner Shaw, signed the AP1000 contracts with SNPTC, Sanmen Nuclear Power Company, Shangdong Nuclear Power Company and China National Technical Import & Export Corporation (CNTIC). There were no specific terms released however figures of $5.3 billion for the deal have been widely quoted.
The Sanmen site works commenced in February 2008 and full construction for unit 1 is to start in March 2009, with the first power expected late in August 2013.
Its is widely acknowledged that EDF will take a 30% share in the Taishan project as joint venture partner with CGNPC.
We understand that the Taishan Nuclear Power Company which will oversee the building, then own and operate the plant. Cost is estimated for the project, including fuel supply, to total in excess of 8 billion Euros. The Steam turbine generators alone will cost circa 300 million Euros.
ERS can be contacted on +44 (0) 1454 203 460 to discuss the excellent and attractive remuneration packages in more details, or submit a CV to email@example.com to register your interest or to apply.