Modelling and Simulation Controls Engineer

Location: Derby, Derby or Warrington, Warrington

Organisation: Engineering

Department: Development Engineering, Manufacturing Engineering, Plant Engineering

Required Security Clearance: BPSS

Modelling and Simulation Controls Engineer

This is more than just a job; this is a legacy.

This post is for a talented Model and Simulation Engineer to join an innovative and diverse C&I Team.  The Modelling and Simulation Controls Engineer will develop Models and Simulations of the C&I, using suitable modelling tools.  The model will be used to validate the functional requirements and will be used to support verification programmes. The Role will support the development of the modelling and simulation environment, policies, procedures, and tool sets.

 

Introduction

Rolls-Royce SMR was established with one clear goal - to deliver clean, affordable energy for all.

Rolls-Royce SMR offers a radically different approach to delivering nuclear power. A 90% factory-built solution, drastically reducing project risk, shortening construction times and increasing delivery certainty.

The Rolls-Royce SMR is a world-class global product for a global market - using established nuclear technology developed by a UK-based team building on decades of engineering, manufacturing and nuclear reactor design experience.

About the position

  • Review and agree high level requirements for the model, including quality requirements
  • Development of the modelling and simulation environment, policies, procedures, and tool sets.
  • Develop models and simulations suitable for validating functional requirements.
  • Support Validation Plans by integrating model into Validation environment.
  • Liaises with other disciplines to understand functional performance capabilities of components of the system to facilitate effective component design.
  • Support to planning and implementation of policies and procedures to related to the life cycle of an electrical product.
  • Contribute to the production of safety cases and provide support in liaising with regulators and independent nuclear safety assessors.
  • A Degree qualification in one or more of the engineering disciplines of electrical, electronics, instrumentation, controls, mechanical and physics. Additionally, applicants without a degree who can nevertheless demonstrate suitable experience may also be considered.
  • Knowledge of the nuclear or other high integrity industries is beneficial.
  • Knowledge and experience of complex safety critical systems or industrial process plants is beneficial.
  • Knowledge of Functional Safety standards such as IEC 61508 and 61513 is beneficial.

Qualifications and Experiences

Confidence can sometimes hold us back from applying for a job. But we'll let you in on a secret: there's no such thing as a 'perfect' candidate. If you feel you meet 75% of the requirements for this role, we would love to hear from you.

Also, if you are considering a career move or a sector-jump, please get in touch, we welcome applications from people with transferable skills.

Pay and Benefits

A highly competitive salary is on offer along with a performance related bonus.
A range of flexible benefits are available to choose from, enabling you to create a bespoke package to suit your needs.


Travel: the location of work can be either Derby or Warrington.
Flexible working / hybrid and remote working patterns are available with agreement.
Working hours are 37.5 hrs per week with some additional hours as and when required.

Who we are

Rolls-Royce SMR’s small modular reactor (SMR) programme is the first of its kind in the UK.

A Rolls-Royce SMR power station will have the capacity to generate 470mw of low-carbon energy, equivalent to more than 150 onshore wind turbines. It will provide consistent baseload generation for at least 60 years, helping achieve the Government’s target of 24GW of nuclear energy by 2050.

In addition to stable base load power, Rolls-Royce SMRs will be able to provide energy for the manufacture of green hydrogen and synthetic fuels, to support the path to Net Zero and the decarbonisation of transport.

Out technology is based upon well-established Pressurised Water Reactor (PWR) technology, in use all over the world, but Rolls-Royce SMR’s unique approach will see the reactor components built in factory conditions and assembled on site.

Our factory-built model is entirely scalable, as demand increases, we invest in further factories using the same design and management systems used for all our SMRs.

  

When fully operational the Rolls-Royce SMR programme is forecast to create 40,000 regional UK jobs by 2050 and generate £52bn in economic benefit.  

Having begun the design assessment process with the UK regulators, the organisation is at a point where it needs to significantly increase its workforce, offering candidates the opportunity to work with cutting edge technology within a world-class team.

How to apply

Rolls-Royce SMR is an equal opportunities employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.

However you identify or whatever your path here, please apply if you see a position that interests or excites you. Come join us and help us build a global company where we're all proud to belong. Confidence can sometimes hold us back from applying for a job. But we'll let you in on a secret: there's no such thing as a 'perfect' candidate.

Rolls-Royce SMR is a place where everyone can grow, so whatever background you bring with you, please apply if this is a role that would make you excited to come into work every day.

If you are not yet ready to apply, but would like to find out more, please contact kris.charnock@morson.com to arrange a confidential conversation with a recruitment partner.