Graduate RACE Safety Engineer – Graduate Scheme 2024
Overview of Responsibilities
Are you looking for an exciting opportunity to make a difference? Join our team and contribute to the future of fusion energy. As Graduate Safety Engineer, you will play a pivotal role in performing a variety of Safety Engineering tasks designed to provide experience & familiarisation with staff, methods, practices, & programs of the organisation. This may include elements of systems engineering, design review, statistical analysis/modelling and safety architecture design across one of more of the following domains; electrical, mechanical, automation, robotics and software. Work is cross-functional in nature and will include elements of engagement & co-operation with a wide range of projects/engineering disciplines. Work will be peer reviewed by supervisors or higher level engineers.
UKAEA’s two-year graduate scheme is split by 80% of your time developing both your general work-related skills and professional qualifications and 20% of your working time dedicated to graduate training and development. Within the 20% training and development, there is a core suite of activities designed to develop your professional and business skills. Elements of this programme are flexible and can be tailored to your personal development needs and to those of your specific job role.
- Specification and design of safety architectures through both electronic/electrical and mechanical measures, leveraging technology.
- Provide physical review of built systems for electrical, mechanical and human factors hazards across the project lifecycle.
- Identifying critical safety requirements and ensuring through life compliance.
- Working with and supporting design engineers and technicians with hazard identification during the design and build process.
- Application of model based and/or probabilistic analysis techniques such as Fault tree analysis, Goal Structure Notation and Safety Performance calculations.
- Recognised Engineering degree
To be considered you will need to have successfully completed your degree within the past 2 years at a UK university, and will possess a relevant degree from within the specialisms listed.
You will need to be self motivated, demonstrate the ability to work well with others, and have an interest in the development of a cleaner energy. Additionally, you will be passionate about self-development and you should have a proactive approach to your work with an enthusiasm to achieving your full potential.
A full list of our benefits can be found here https://careers.ukaea.uk/life-at-ukaea/employee-benefits/
We welcome applications from under-represented groups, particularly individuals from black and other ethnic minority backgrounds, people with disabilities, and women. Our Executive team, supported by our 'Equality, Diversity and Inclusion' (EDI) Partner and Inclusion Ambassadors, actively promotes EDI and takes steps to increase diversity within our organization. We reinforce best practices in recruitment and selection and evaluate approaches to remove barriers to success.
Please note that vacancies are generally advertised for 4 weeks but may close earlier if we receive a large number of applications.
For applicants applying from outside the United Kingdom or those who have spent time outside the UK in the last five years, please visit the following link for information on criminal records checks: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/criminal-records-checks-for-overseas-applicants If your country of residence or previous residence is not listed on the website or if the UK Government does not have information on obtaining a criminal records check from that state, we regret to inform you that we cannot process your application.