NUCLEAR H&S INSPECTORS; Current Vacancies
Specialist Departments in HSE urgently requires specialist inspectors to carry out Health and Safety inspections in the following Nuclear sectors:
Civil & Structural Engineers
Nuclear inspectors are expected to be capable of undertaking a variety of roles:
Assessing technical safety cases;
Enforcing the law and influencing improvement in safety cases;
Developing strategic approaches to secure high standards in the industry;
Managing nuclear research contracts etc.
The purpose of inspection is to secure and improve nuclear safety.
The site inspector is the primary point of contact with the site and undertakes both planned and reactive inspections.
The site inspector also co-ordinates the inputs of other inspectors who assess safety submissions or manage discrete projects at particular sites.
This is to ensure compliance, to reassure the public and to improve safety standards.
When inspectors find something wrong they initially provide advice but may issue verbal and written warnings.
The powers available to inspectors enable them to serve Enforcement Notices and ultimately initiate prosecutions.
There are also a wide range of powers available under nuclear licence conditions.
Applicants must have:
A good honours degree, or equivalent, in an appropriate scientific or engineering subject;
Corporate membership of a relevant professional institution;
Significant experience of working in responsible positions in the nuclear sector or other high hazard industry in design, construction, operation or safety appraisal in a safety case environment;
Preference will be given to candidates who can demonstrate a sound understanding of the current nuclear industry context and understanding of relevant principles and practices,
In addition to high technical ability and expertise your personal qualities are also important to us, such as:
Sound judgement based on your knowledge and expertise, often in a pressurised environment;
Drive and determination, and ability to stay calm under pressure;
An influential and persuasive approach to achieving objectives, emotionally resilient – able to get the job done in difficult circumstances;
The ability to work as part of a team;
Ability to effectively plan, prioritise and be forward thinking good investigative ability, and initiative to generate appropriate research.
Our inspectors come from a variety of mainly nuclear or high-hazard-related backgrounds, but all demonstrate calm and poise when working under pressure in one of the most demanding jobs in the public sector.
You will be appointed on a salary dependant on skills and experience. Furthermore there are excellent opportunities for advancement to Principal Nuclear Inspector (max of salary range currently £69,897) and Superintending Nuclear Inspector (max of salary range currently £75,668). Besides the opportunity to make a real difference, there are many benefits working for our client.
In addition to a competitive starting salary you can expect:
A permanent contract of employment including some of the best terms and conditions in the labour market;
A generous occupational pension scheme or a choice of stakeholder pensions, giving you the flexibility to choose the pension that suits you best;
Five weeks rising to six weeks annual leave plus 10.5 public holidays and privilege days;
Active management of your health, safety and well-being at work;
Excellent working arrangements including state-of- the-art new building, gymnasium, restaurant and excellent, covered, free car-parking facilities;
If you have to move home to take up appointment, you may be eligible to receive limited relocation expenses up to a maximum of £15 000.
HSE will also within certain limits, refund your travelling expenses (and if you have to stay overnight away from home, your accommodation costs) incurred when attending an interview.
PLEASE CONTACT SIMON@ENERGYRS.CO.UK OR CALL 01454 203460 IF YOU WISH TO APPLY.
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To discuss this job, or similar HSE Nuclear Installations Inspectorate (NII), or Health and Safety related Nuclear Jobs, please contact ERS on 01454 203 460, or submit a CV to firstname.lastname@example.org, to register your interest, or to apply for this position, or others on Nuclear Projects or at Atomic Power Plant Sites, of which further details are available at http://www.ERSJobs.co.uk
Careers and Jobs with the Nuclear Installations Inspectorate (NII)
Nuclear Installations Inspectorate Jobs
Energy Recruitment Solutions Ltd (“ERS”) has been appointed by HSE to assist in the appointment of Nuclear Installation Inspectors for the UK’s Nuclear Sites. Health and Safety Executive
Major Nuclear sites in Great Britain
The NII inspectors are and will be based in HSE’s Redgrave Court complex in Bootle, Merseyside the Headquarters of NII and will cover:
Dounreay, Rosyth, Torness, Hartlepool, Hunterston, Chapelcross, Windscale, Calder, Halland, Sellafield, Barrow in-Furness, Springfields, Heysham, Capenhurst, Bootle, Wylfa, Cardiff, Trawsfynydd, Derby, Bradwell, Harwell, Amersham, Aldermaston, Burghfield, Imperial College, Berkeley, Oldbury, Sizewell, Dungeness, Hinkley Point, Winfrith, Devonport. (locations of current major Nuclear licensed sites).
ERS can be contacted on 01454 203 460, or via e-mail to email@example.com