Lecturer on Corrosion Science
Our client are currently recruiting for a Lecturer on Corrosion Science in the Gosport area on a contract basis.
• Provide effective training and education to add value to the business.
• Produce training and education materials and manage the process for delivery of training solutions across the business.
• During training and education delivery, identify any variances in participant skill level and modify delivery accordingly.
• Produce and conduct formative and summative assessments as required.
• To educate and train personnel involved in the Naval Nuclear Propulsion Program in the field of corrosion science applicable to nuclear reactors up to RQF Level 7 (Masters Level).
• To participate in the design, development, execution and assessment of courses in corrosion science conducted by the ND Nuclear Faculty; to design, supervise and assess student projects in corrosion science.
• Needs a PHD in a relevant field, or equivalent in experience.
• Security Clearance: SC
• This requires the post holder to be a technical expert and to deliver education in the form of lectures, tutorials and research project design and supervision.
• The Senior Lecturer Corrosion must have knowledge and skills which span the disciplines of materials science, chemistry and radiochemistry.
• Knowledge & understanding of the corrosion considerations of component material choices in Nuclear Reactor Plants (NRPs); their fabrication and limitations of their operation.
• Knowledge & understanding of the importance of temperature, pressure, and chemistry control in terms of their impact on corrosion behaviour and materials integrity of plant components in normal and abnormal conditions.
• Knowledge & understanding of the key corrosion constraints on nuclear plants and describe how reactor safety systems protect against the derived limits being exceeded and the consequences of exceeding these limits.
• Knowledge & understanding of the appropriate technical standards and experiments to study corrosion issues. Appreciating the significance of the results and how they are applied in plant design and safety assessment.
• Knowledge & understanding of the corrosion science principles used to perform forensic investigation on the NRP components.
• Knowledge & understanding of the corrosion related theoretical models and experiments required to construct robust plant safety case justifications and determination of corrosion and degradation rates.
• Using understanding of corrosion mechanisms to diagnose plant failures.
• Knowledge & understanding of the chemical and radiochemical principles and data analysis of NRPs
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Chichester College Group
21087 - 37017 GBP Per Year
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