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Actemium Design - Process Engineer

  • CDI
  • Royaume Uni

Job description

Actemium Design (formerly North West Projects) is a national Engineering design company with a Nuclear sector focus. Being part of VINCI Energies with a turnover of €14 billion, has allowed NWP to grow in an exciting but secure manner. We are currently recruiting for a  Process Engineer


Competitive Salary + Share Scheme + Pension + Cycle to work scheme + Healthcare + 25 days holiday


The Role


  • Quality of assigned deliverables.
  • Compliance of the projects’ engineering deliverables with specified requirements, codes, standards, and procedures (including quality and security).
  • Ensuring all customer technical requirements are attained.
  • Technical integrity and development of safe, legally compliant engineering solutions verifying and validating that they satisfy the project requirements.
  • Collate, document and review requirements from works information and disseminate these requirements clearly to the parties that will contribute to the solution.
  • Planning and executing engineering and design activities. Ensuring projects are delivered within approved budgets and scheduled completion dates.
  • Production of design quality plans and ensuring work is undertaken in accordance with relevant quality arrangements.
  • Collaboration with the Project Manager in the generation and maintenance of detailed project plans and deliverable schedules.
  • Identifies resource requirements and requests resources as required.
  • Reporting progress of engineering deliverables against specified work plans.
  • Source ideas and innovation from multiple sources and proactively generate value adding options to achieve the optimum engineered solution.
  • Identify applicable legislation and ensure compliance.
  • Production of engineering documentation to influence and provide evidence of the design process.
  • Develop technical specifications that define the totality of requirements for engineering solutions.
  • Assess the specific elements that contribute to the equipment design and document justification / arguments which substantiate it.
  • Production of detailed calculations to establish sizing, specification, or rating of components.
  • Conduct risk assessments, identify, evaluate and mitigate hazards by design. o Ensure configuration of baseline of deliverables is accurately maintained.
  • Ensure work under their supervision is consistent in the use of software tools, deliverable protocols, formats, templates, numbering, and storage.
  • Support the production of technical information in tenders.
  • Be the key point of contact with customer stakeholders and build collaborative relationships. 
  • Identifying the requirements for, and organising and undertaking of design reviews.

Desired profile

The Person


  • Degree with honours or level 6 equivalent (Ideally)
  • Chartered Engineer or equivalent.
  • Several years’ experience working in design engineering.
  • A number of years’ experience working within a highly regulated industry (e.g. Nuclear)
  • Proficient in the use of standard Microsoft Office software such as Word / Excel.
  • Competent in the use CAD software / digital tools. Understands and can apply the company management system.
  • Understands and can apply design codes, standards, and procedures.
  • Understands and can apply law (Acts and Regulations), codes of practice and designated standards appropriate to scope of work.
  • Breadth of demonstrable experience of design and detailing (appropriate to discipline) of plant and equipment.
  • Understands the NEC suite of contracts, change control methodology and common project management practices.
  • Breadth of experience of respective discipline (e.g. Mechanical or Electrical). Demonstrable capability of supervision for a small team of engineers and designers (up to 15 but frequently less) in the definition, implementation, and delivery of engineering work packages.
  • Commercial understanding, budgeting & cost control, reporting practices.
  • Prepare and maintain schedules for activities and events, taking account of dependencies and resource requirements.
  • Provide leadership within an engineering department and act as a custodian of resource and expertise.


Part of the VINCI Energies Group, Actemium provide engineering design, project management, installation and commissioning of electrical, mechanical and IT services in the United Kingdom since 1907.
In addition, we provide specialist maintenance operations, fully complemented with accredited safety tests and inspection services to optimise the operational efficiency and safety of our client's equipment and systems. Whilst part of a global network of 300 Business Units, Actemium UK comprises of 7 Business Units covering all of the UK & RoI.

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