Nuclear Inspector Opportunities - various specialisms

Location
Nationwide
Salary
£30,138 - 79,593 + Civil Service Pension scheme
Posted
07 Jun 2017
Closes
11 Jul 2017

With expertise and influence,

You’ll set the standard for nuclear safety.

The challenge

A fast-evolving public corporation, the Office for Nuclear Regulation (ONR) is committed to shaping the future of regulation in the UK nuclear industry. It’s an exciting challenge, and we need dynamic individuals with vision and initiative to join our Nuclear Safety Inspector teams. 

While our focus is primarily on finding Inspectors, we’re also looking for talented Associates - who will provide invaluable technical support to our Inspectors. By doing so, they’ll gain second-to-none insight and grow their expertise.

The roles

We have opportunities in the following specialisms:

  • Control and Instrumentation
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Nuclear Liabilities
  • Fuel and Core Analysis
  • Human Factors
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Structural Integrity
  • Supply Chain
  • Quality Management

The person

With a credibility that inspires trust and support, your interpersonal and communication skills will be strong and collaborative. It’s about persuading and influencing others to ensure positive change. So you’ll be confident providing guidance and advice, using your expertise and sound judgement to make informed decisions. Comfortable working in a complex and fast-paced environment, you’ll be both resilient and flexible in the face of tough challenges.

The rewards

We offer competitive salaries at the ONR, with Inspectors earning £66,927 -£79,593 and our Associates £30,138 - £35,047. Furthermore, you’ll be eligible for an incredibly substantial Civil Service Pension scheme (including ill-health retirement and lump sum family benefits). Plus, you’ll receive a very generous holiday entitlement.

About us

ONR is a Public Corporation created to ensure the highest standards of safety and security across all of the UK’s licensed nuclear sites. Our inspectors are drawn from all manner of professional backgrounds including civil engineering, radiological protection, human factors, chemical engineering, mechanical engineering and nuclear physics. And together they’re involved in everything from assessing safety cases to planned inspections and advising licensees on areas that are difficult to regulate such as safety culture, leadership and vision.
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