Mechanical Design Engineer
Our nuclear business is a leader in propulsion
system design and development for the
Royal Navy's nuclear submarine fleet and the sole provider and technical
managing all aspects of plant design, safety, manufacture, performance
The Submarines business has been successfully supporting
the Royal Navy's nuclear
submarine fleet and to sustain our capability and products for the next
50 years, we
are engaged in an active programme of research and development of cutting-edge
Non Destructive Examination (NDE) techniques.
A role within Rolls-Royce Submarines will offer
you the opportunity to work across all
phases of the product life-cycle, solving technical challenges across
a wide range of
technologies, systems and applications. You will be able to build the
career you desire
as an engineer, technical specialist or technical leader. We want you
to maximise your
potential and will support your technical development through coaching,
and training. This will include professional mentoring to start your
becoming a chartered engineer or to continue your professional development.
You will be encouraged to bring in fresh ideas
and generate creative ways of working
to make a stepped improvement in our effectiveness, allowing you to
make an impact
in delivering programmes that are strategically important to the nation.
Innovation is in our DNA at Rolls-Royce. We develop
integrated power and propulsion
solutions that continually break new ground across multiple markets.
- Design, develop, commission, justify and apply
high integrity inspection
techniques using bespoke remotely operated manipulators.
- Develop advanced automated ultrasonic and eddy
techniques including state-of-the-art phased array inspection capabilities
for use on naval reactor plant.
- Work across a range of areas and to be involved
in the testing of high
integrity components through all stages of life.
- Operate as part of a close knit team with technical
customer satisfaction high on the agenda.
- Develop and implement new methods of non-destructive
using bespoke remotely operated machines.
- Validate all techniques in accordance with
the European Network for
Inspection Qualification (ENIQ) guidelines, and provide clear, concise
and accurate written technical reports.
- Educated to degree level in mechanical engineering,
materials or similar discipline or equivalent.
We recruit excellence at every level - from recent
graduates to experienced professionals,
including those with team management experience. Whatever your background,
a unique range of opportunities in our submarines business.
Rolls-Royce actively encourages career growth and
training is available to enable
employees to reach the required skill levels and attain any necessary
qualifications. Therefore, less experienced candidates with strong academic
qualifications are encouraged to apply.
We offer excellent development prospects, along
with a competitive salary and exceptional
benefits. These include bonus, childcare vouchers, employee support
Create an ocean of power. Join us and you'll develop
your skills and expertise to the very
highest levels, working in an international environment for a company
known the world
over for excellence and innovation.
Trusted to deliver excellence.
We are an equal opportunities employer.
This role is subject to full UK security clearance.
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