Decommissioning Data Management Engineer

Requisition Number:  12099
Company:  W Electric Spain SAU

Madrid, MD, ES, 28001

  Decommissioning Data Management Engineer  


Duties and Responsibilities

Support Decommissioning Projects in all aspects, mainly in Data Management

Data Management support during decommissioning and dismantling activities for complete nuclear plants and facilities.

Development of Westinghouse specific tool for Decommissioning Data Management.

Planning and execution of decommissioning and dismantling activities for complete nuclear plants and facilities.

Understanding of the radiological characterization, segmentation techniques, in-plant materials lifting, handling, sorting and packaging according to the nuclear requirements.

Working with designing and planning of dismantling processes, specifying equipment, writing technical and licensing documentation, estimating costs and durations, and, in field, supervising execution activities.

Working on the projects in Europe (mainly in Spain) however there may be a chance to work for Japan, Korea and USA as well.



Education at university level in engineering or science degree.

Additional training or specialization in the nuclear field would be valuable.

Some experience on nuclear engineering would be an added value.

Some experience on decommissioning of nuclear facilities would be an added value.

Good writing and speaking skills in Spanish and English is required, Italian and German would be a benefit.

SQL programming experience (1-2 years) is required.

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