Office for Nuclear Regulation

Office for Nuclear Regulation Bootle, UK
Dec 06, 2018
Full time
WIReD (Well Informed Regulatory Decisions) Project Communications Manager £37,670 - £45,106 Bootle, Merseyside (with occasional travel to Cheltenham, London and industry-related sites in the UK) An expert in communications, you can help make critical change happen The challenge A fast-evolving public corporation, the Office for Nuclear Regulation (ONR)'s vision is to be an exemplary regulator that inspires respect, trust and confidence. Right now, we're embarking on a hugely exciting project, set to bring major change by modernising our ways of working. To make it a success, we need to get engagement right, and for that we need a highly skilled Communications Manager. The role If you are an experienced communications professional, this could be your chance to take on a fascinating new role. Your challenge is to lead engagement and communications for a high-profile change project, where you will deal with internal audiences and external stakeholders too. The project is called WIReD, which stands for Well Informed Regulatory Decisions. It's set to bring the organisation up to date and modernise our systems. We want to have the best informed regulators in the world and WIReD will put our regulation, and the people who deliver it, at the centre of improvements. Every single one of our inspectors will have improved knowledge, productivity, connectivity and mobility as a result of WIReD. The project will also improve the transparency of our regulation externally, changing how we connect and interact with our stakeholders.. As communications lead and a key member of both the project and corporate communications team, you'll be instrumental in making change happen smoothly. As well as delivering the communications strategy for WIReD, you'll manage day to day communications and staff engagement to drive the objectives for the project. This means devising plans and drafting copy, developing briefings and presentations, deploying WIReD branding and evaluating activity. While much of your work will be internal, there'll be external engagement too: opportunities to help the project build relationships with key contacts outside ONR. The person To make this strategic change project a success, high quality engagement is crucial. You must therefore have a track record of working on successful high-profile change projects with multiple stakeholders. You will have gained your experience in the public sector or a large organisation, where you've tackled internal communication, staff engagement and stakeholder management simultaneously. Whatever your background, you'll be used to working at a strategic, tactical and implementation level, drafting communication plans and managing varied tasks. Excellent communication skills are, of course, essential and you'll be using them both face to face and in writing. A strong copywriter who's comfortable with digital and social media, you'll be enthusiastic about making a positive impact on the future of the UK's nuclear industry regulator. The rewards We offer a competitive package at ONR, with this role attracting a salary of £37,670 - £45,106. In addition, up to £15,000 in relocation costs may be available. Furthermore, you'll be eligible for a substantial Civil Service Pension scheme (including ill-health retirement and lump sum family benefits), plus, you'll receive a very generous holiday entitlement. Apply To find out more and apply, please visit our website.
Office for Nuclear Regulation Bootle, UK
Dec 06, 2018
Full time
Nuclear Inspector - Cyber Security and Information Assurance £51,169 - £60,378 with a generous employers' pension contribution to the civil service pension scheme. Plus an additional £8,500 non-consolidated cyber market allowance. Plus an additional £3,992 London Weighting Allowance if the successful individual is London based. Location: Bootle, Cheltenham or London Use your expert abilities, To inspect the industry's capability. The challenge Often in the public eye, the Office for Nuclear Regulation (ONR) is a growing, rapidly-evolving public corporation. Essentially, we're responsible for shaping and delivering the regulation of nuclear safety and security across the UK. To achieve our ambitions, we're looking for a specialist Cyber Security and Information Assurance Inspector to assure the management of cyber risks across the entire industry. The role As part of the wider civil nuclear security team, you'll be expected to undertake regulatory assurance visits to various sites. However, within this cyber security role, you'll influence, encourage and seek assurance about the robustness of security outputs. Indeed, it's all about assessing whether the security of information and operational technology utilised in the civil nuclear sector satisfies regulatory expectations. In fact, you'll have huge scope, as you'll be expected to engage with a range of different companies on a daily basis, seeking assurance that information and data is managed, stored and utilised appropriately. It's all part of a broader programme of minimising risks and maximising cyber security through direct and regular regulatory engagement. The person To join us, you'll have impressive expertise. You'll have a degree or vocational qualification in a relevant area, and full membership of an appropriate professional body. Ideally, you'll have a background in nuclear or another high hazard industry, but more importantly, you'll be collaborative and keen to support others. With sound judgement and excellent influencing skills, you'll be confident at making difficult decisions. Resilient and proactive, you'll hit the ground running and quickly make a positive impact. The rewards We offer competitive salaries at the ONR, with this role attracting a salary of £ 51,169 - £60,378 . Furthermore, you'll be eligible for a substantial Civil Service Pension scheme (including ill-health retirement and lump sum family benefits). Plus, you'll receive a generous holiday entitlement. About us ONR is a Public Corporation with a Mission to ensure the highest standards of safety and security across all of the UK's licensed nuclear sites. Our staff are drawn from a wider range of professional backgrounds in order to run a stand-alone business with specialist inspectors to deliver our core business including civil engineering, radiological protection, human factors, chemical engineering, mechanical engineering, nuclear security and nuclear physics. And together they're involved in everything from assessing safety cases, inspecting nuclear sites, communicating our decisions, training new recruits and representing the UK and ONR within the wider International nuclear community. Apply To find out more and apply, visit our website.
Office for Nuclear Regulation Bootle, UK
Dec 03, 2018
Full time
Use your expert abilities, To inspect the industry's' capability. The challenge Often in the public eye, the Office for Nuclear Regulation (ONR) is a growing, rapidly-evolving public corporation. Essentially, we're responsible for shaping and delivering the regulation of nuclear safety and security across the UK. To achieve our ambitions, we're looking for a specialist Cyber Security and Information Assurance Inspector to assure the management of cyber risks across the entire industry. The role As part of the wider civil nuclear security team, you'll be expected to undertake regulatory assurance visits to various sites. However, within this cyber security role, you'll influence, encourage and seek assurance about the robustness of security outputs. Indeed, it's all about assessing whether the security of information and operational technology utilised in the civil nuclear sector satisfies regulatory expectations. In fact, you'll have huge scope, as you'll be expected to engage with a range of different companies on a daily basis, seeking assurance that information and data is managed, stored and utilised appropriately. It's all part of a broader programme of minimising risks and maximising cyber security through direct and regular regulatory engagement. The person To join us, you'll have impressive expertise. You'll have a degree or vocational qualification in a relevant area, and full membership of an appropriate professional body. Ideally, you'll have a background in nuclear or another high hazard industry, but more importantly, you'll be collaborative and keen to support others. With sound judgement and excellent influencing skills, you'll be confident at making difficult decisions. Resilient and proactive, you'll hit the ground running and quickly make a positive impact. The rewards We offer competitive salaries at the ONR, with this role attracting a salary of £51,169 - £60,378. Furthermore, you'll be eligible for a substantial Civil Service Pension scheme (including ill-health retirement and lump sum family benefits). Plus, you'll receive a generous holiday entitlement. About us ONR is a Public Corporation with a Mission to ensure the highest standards of safety and security across all of the UK's licensed nuclear sites. Our staff are drawn from a wider range of professional backgrounds in order to run a stand-alone business with specialist inspectors to deliver our core business including civil engineering, radiological protection, human factors, chemical engineering, mechanical engineering, nuclear security and nuclear physics. And together they're involved in everything from assessing safety cases, inspecting nuclear sites, communicating our decisions, training new recruits and representing the UK and ONR within the wider International nuclear community. Apply To find out more and apply, visit our website.