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Nuclear Project Manager (M/F) - Permanent Contract


The CMR Group company


How to summarize more than 60 years of history in a few lines?

Founded in Marseille in 1959, the CMR Group is a specialist in energy management: from the assembly of complex electrical harnesses for motors to the design of sensors for nuclear power plants, including the installation of control systems. energy on boats.

CMR now has more than 1,000 employees in 10 countries and continues to grow, notably by joining the American group Amphenol in 2023, leader in connectors.

Our customers have one major concern in common: sustainably reducing their carbon footprint. We support them with innovative solutions to optimize their energy.

How do we design work?

A player appreciated for its reliability, CMR encourages a culture based on high standards and kindness, implying respect for its customers and its employees. Diversity and entrepreneurial spirit have been part of CMR’s DNA since its creation and are values illustrated on a daily basis by our employees of 24 different nationalities within the group, 47% of whom are women. The HR policy promotes employee experience and skills development through different means: training but also coaching, mentoring, and national or international internal mobility.

Position and missions
• We are looking for a permanent Nuclear Project Manager based in Marseille Château Gombert to carry out technical studies within the framework of nuclear projects in order to meet customer needs.

Main activities :
• Writing product datasheets
• Writing technical purchasing specifications
• Equipment identification sheets (documents required by the RCC-E)
• Operation and Maintenance Guide
• Commissioning instruction
• List of electrical consumption
• Calculation notes (subcontracted but managed)
• Validate plans and nomenclatures of nuclear products
• Writing study and analysis reports (documents required by the RCC-E):
• Reliability – Maintainability – Availability.
• seismic resistance, vibration, irradiation, etc.
• Justification for equipment selection

Ideally, we are looking for a future colleague with:

• Physical sensors/measurements: Intermediate experience
• Nuclear safety: Intermediate experience
• Nuclear codes: RCC-E / RCC-M: Intermediate Experience
• English: Fluent level
• Product/design validation: Intermediate Experience
• Reading and understanding technical plans: Intermediate Experience
• EDF Specification: Intermediate Experience
• Carrying out technical studies for nuclear projects: Intermediate Experience
• Writing capacity for study and analysis reports: Intermediate Experience

Contract information:
- Remuneration according to profile and experience.
- Working hours: Day package, teleworking possible 1 to 2 days per week after the trial period.
- Place of work: Marseille.

Your benefits: Restaurant vouchers, employee profit-sharing & savings, Mutual, 100% employer-funded pension, internal events throughout the year, etc.

Progress of the recruitment process

If your profile is selected, you will be contacted within one week by our human resources team for an initial telephone interview then a face-to-face interview with your future manager, Camille GONNET, Nuclear Affairs Manager.

Please send your application to the following address:

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