The Low Level Waste Repository (LLWR) are currently seeking a PMO Manager to join their Repository Development Programme team. LLWR are launching the largest construction project they have yet undertaken, and are looking for a PMO Manager to establish the relevant services and support that the Programme Office will provide to the wider Project, Programme and Portfolio Management team.
In this role you will utilise your strong leadership and management skills to maintain the integrity of the programme and establish effective PPM processes and services. You will also assist the central EPMO to continuously improve practices and procedures and play an active part in the Project, Programme and Portfolio community at LLWR.
There will be a strong internal support network to help deliver the role, within a satisfying and rewarding team environment, that maintains a positive culture and provides a rich environment for you to develop and demonstrate your strengths. This is a fantastic opportunity to be part of a new and dynamic team that will grow in strength and capability over the coming years to become part of a wider environment that seeks to continuously mature Project and Programme management capability.
Skills and Experience
The Low Level Waste Repository (LLWR) has a proud past, a busy present and an exciting future. LLWR have managed the UK’s low level radioactive waste for more than 60 years and are now ready to play their part as a subsidiary of the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA). In 2009, 95% of low level waste was disposed of at the Repository. Today that figure is below 5%. LLWR has led the way in securing effective solutions for lower activity waste management, diverting material away from the site by utilising a range of treatment and alternative disposal routes.
LLWR has now launched the largest construction programme it has yet undertaken, the Repository Development Programme (RDP), to span 3 decades. Planning permission has been secured to allow the construction of a final cap over existing and new vaults and seven landfill-style trenches where waste was disposed of prior to the opening of the site’s first vault in 1988. Their top priority has always been safety – of their community, workforce and the environment – as reflected in their safety performance.
If you join the LLWR team you will find a positive and supportive environment where your physical and mental health are prioritised and an inclusive atmosphere, free from discrimination, is promoted, alongside a commitment to excellence.
Salary and Benefits
LLWR will be offering a competitive basic salary depending on your experience, a pension contribution up to 13.5% as well as an annual bonus based upon company performance and a further individual performance related bonus dependent on the level of your role.
Health and well-being are extremely important to LLWR and they believe in supporting both mental and physical wellbeing, offering private medical insurance which covers both out-patient and in-patient treatments.
Other benefits include:
Cycle to Work Scheme
Clare has built extensive experience in the recruitment industry and specialises in the UK nuclear market.
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