Nuclear Contracting Opportunities




Nuclear QC Inspectors - various locations across the UK.

              QC Inspectors are responsible for providing independent Quality Control and weld inspection services                   across a range of nuclear mechanical and electrical disciplines.

              The services are provided at vendors’, potential vendors' or other participating entities’ premises and                     locations within the UK.

              You will be an experienced Inspector, fit and able to work at height and confined spaces. As an                            experienced Mechanical/Elecrical Inspector professional you will have a high level of written and verbal                 communication skills and be able to operate on sites with minimal supervision.

              Your role will involve working in a client facing environment on sites with differing working cultures. As                  such you will be demonstrating excellent customer service skills and the ability to problem solve.


  • Minimum of 2 years’ experience in the inspection of Welded fabrications / manufactured equipment for nuclear and conventional power generation applications.
  • Sound understanding and qualification where necessary in Materials, Welding and NDE techniques.
  • Have a good working knowledge of UK requirements for Inspection within the nuclear industry or transferable experience from another high hazard industry.


  • C&G Cert / or equivalent experience in Fabrication & Welding and/or HNC/BTec in appropriate engineering discipline.
  • Weld Inspectors shall have 2 years’ experience with the following qualifications
  • CSWIP 3.1/3.2
  • PCN Level II Magnetic Particle Inspection
  • PCN Level II Dye Penetrant Testing
  • PCN Level II Radiographic Interpretation
  • Main Duties and Responsibilities
  • Developing and maintaining excellent relationships with both internal and external Customers.
  • Deliver independent inspection and quality control services at operating sites and vendors relating to new equipment in manufacture, fabrication and construction.
  • Equipment ranging from Class 1 nuclear pressure equipment to items manufactured and installed to conventional codes, standards and regulations.
  • Review of fabrication / manufacturing documentation within delegated authority levels in terms of quality plans, ITP’s fabrication / manufacturing procedures, welding procedures, NDE procedures, compilation and review of LTQR’s.


                        Knowledge, Skills and Experience:

  • Have a good working knowledge of UK requirements for Inspection within the nuclear industry or transferable experience from another high hazard industry.
  • Experience and understanding or the ability to learn nuclear and conventional codes and standards relating to pressure equipment and pressure systems including EN13445, EN13480, PD5500, ASME VIII plus associated material. Welding and NDE standards.
  • Be able to demonstrate a proactive, self-motivated approach to technical and non-technical work.
  • Have experience of managing a range of stakeholders and will be able to demonstrate a successful track record of influencing and negotiating, particularly in technical discussions relating to Inspection.
  • Have good technical writing and communication skills.
  • Good working knowledge of the Customers quality requirements
  • Good working knowledge and application of ISO 9001.
  • Good working knowledge of manufacturing techniques and processes.