Summary of the job roleMy client is a specialist in the design and build of engineered solutions for control and instrumentation (C&I) equipment. In recent years they have significantly developed their services, specifically within the nuclear power sector, to encompass the design, manufacture and supply of customised pressure, temperature, level, flow and analytical products, to support ongoing application needs such as the demands of a new process and reverse engineering for obsolescence. Additional services include documentation, calibration and product training. As a result of their excellence in this field and the unique nature of their business offering they have secured framework agreements with a major electricity generator. This opportunity, combined with a recent organisational review has created a need to recruit an additional Instrumentation (C&I) Engineer, a role which will add strength and depth to the Engineering Department and support the company through its next stage of planned growth. The company is currently privately owned and consists of approximately 20 staff based at their design and build facility near Bridgwater in Somerset. As the title implies, the Instrumentation (C&I) Engineer will assume primary responsibility for the technical elements of equipment design and delivery. The role reports directly to the Engineering Manager and as you would expect with any small organisation will have a wide ranging brief, to include; · Customer interface, liaising typically at Architect Engineer level · Dedicated SQEP responsibilities at project level · Design substantiation and verification of P&IDs · Technical Authoring of associated equipment manuals and documentation · End to end project control from specification to install via workshop and design This is an opportunity to play a significant part in the development of a company that has doubled its turnover in the last 2 years. To get involved you'll need to be able to demonstrate experience or strong understanding of the above gained in the Nuclear power/decommissioning sector, possibly on Magnox, Horizon or EDF sites. The company uses Autocad and Solidworks so if you have exposure to these all the better. Ideally you'll be the kind of person that excels in a multifunctional team culture. So, if you have between 2 and 5 years post qualification experience this would represent an ideal first significant career move, you will be closely mentored and sponsored and encouraged to achieve chartered status For more information and a confidential discussion please apply with CV or contact Jim Lander at Rednal Recruitment Ltd.