Nuclear Safety Case Professional

  • Department: Nuclear & Process Safety
  • Location: Bristol
  • Salary: £42,500 - £72,500 pa

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Closing date for this role is 5th September but we would encourage early applications.

This role could also be based at one of our other UK offices

Salary £42,500 to £72,500 per annum depending on experience.

  • We are looking for people with knowledge and experience of nuclear systems and nuclear safety cases, to support existing and new UK nuclear projects.
  • Much of our work is directly in support of site, or facility, safety cases; we also undertake project support roles, systems engineering roles, and technical engineering support to safety-related nuclear systems.
  • This is an opportunity for candidates with relevant experience, who are adaptable and able to perform the following kinds of roles:
  • Safety assessment, risk assessment – hazard identification; fault schedules; design basis analysis; probabilistic analysis, safety functional requirements
  • Qualification/ substantiation of systems against safety requirements.
  • Internal and external hazards assessments.
  • Safety case development and support for nuclear and non-nuclear plant
  • Document writing – authoring or reviewing/verifying safety-related documents


Successful applicants will have:

  • A degree (or equivalent) with an Engineering or relevant scientific bias
  • Understanding and experience of the structure and development of safety cases; safety requirements (including those of the UK nuclear regulatory regime) and safety analysis/assessment.
  • Experience of Nuclear and/or process plant in safety-related roles.
  • A desire to develop further into safety case work.

It will help if you have experience of any or all of:

  • Working with safety cases for nuclear reactors or other nuclear plant
  • Formalised hazard analysis and risk assessment
  • Assessment or qualification of safety-related systems
  • Working within a consultancy environment.
  • Involvement in large multi-disciplinary projects
  • Project management (need not be management of large projects)
  • Technical oversight and leadership.

Due to the nature of the work that Frazer-­Nash Consultancy undertake, candidates will be required to undergo pre-employment screening and must be able to satisfy clearance criteria for UK National Security Vetting.

Happy to talk flexible working

With benefits to suit your lifestyle, we have a flexible approach to your location and working arrangements.

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