Graduate Opportunity

Radiation, Physics & Shielding Engineer, Submarines Graduate

January 2021 - June 2021 Intake

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Role Profile:

Our Engineers within the Radiation Physics & Shielding team are responsible for the design and testing of the radiation shields that protect the crew of nuclear submarine.

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What you will be doing:

You will have responsibilities for providing input into the full product lifecycle of a nuclear submarine; concept, design, build, testing and in-service trials and you will be expected to contribute in all stages. Your role will be diverse and will include the use of radiation transport codes, the competent production of safety documentation, use of test equipment onboard nuclear submarines and the production of computer models using the latest design tools.

Our programmes require us to push our capabilities and technologies to the limit of what is achievable today. This raises many challenges for the shielding system as it must ultimately meet both our customer’s stringent safety requirements and bring leading edge performance to give competitive advantage wherever applied.

What we are looking for:

Any STEM honours degree (with a preference for Physics) or equivalent qualification.

COVID-19 update - In order to protect the health and wellbeing of everyone, we will now be conducting interviews remotely. Candidates will be contacted by their recruitment advisor to make these arrangements. If you subsequently require any adjustments to the interview process described to you please raise this with your recruitment advisor.

Start dates and on-boarding arrangements may also change and your recruitment advisor will inform you of any relevant changes.


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