Role description

Safety Committee Development Manager

Permanent Opportunity in Nuclear Waste Management Project

RWM’s vision is to create a safer future by managing radioactive waste effectively, to protect people and the environment.

RWM’s mission is to deliver a Geological Disposal Facility and provide radioactive waste management solutions. As a wholly owned subsidiary of the NDA, RWM’s programmes of work deliver Government Policy, and NDA Strategy, for radioactive waste management.

As the Safety Committee Development Manager, you will be responsible for the committee’s development, operation and arrangements for regulative compliance. You will engage with RWM executives, NSEC (Nuclear Safety and Environment Committee) members, project managers and RWM stall at all levels to ensure the committee’s effective progress.

Responsibilities

  • Review, develop and continuously improve NSEC arrangements
  • Act as point of contact for NSEC and external members
  • Provide technical secretarial role to NSEC, including minute taking and ensuring actions are followed up and continuity between meetings
  • Engage with multiple departments across RWM at all levels to ensure necessary work is presented to the NSEC
  • Maintain and develop internal and external NSEC membership, adapting as RWM’s programme and NSEC business progresses
  • Ensure effective operation of NSEC and organised records keeping
  • Ensuring timely and accurate progress of following up committee meetings
  • Regular engagement with the NSEC Chair to ensure committees development

Skills and Experience

  • Knowledge of nuclear safety, security and environmental protection management systems
  • Understanding of the regulatory regime applicable to geological disposal and waste management
  • Strong interpersonal, confident communicator and influencing skills
  • Highly organised, prompt delivery, record keeping, minute taking, strong attention to detail, routinely completing tasks

Location

We work flexibly

RWM have offices based in Harwell, Warrington and Cumbria, and welcome applicants from any location, including remote working requirements. Please discuss your individual requirements with your recruitment consultant.

This is a great opportunity to be part of an innovative project within the UK nuclear industry. If you are looking for the next step in your career, please click on the apply button to find out more.

Click the apply button now to send over your CV, we will call you to discuss the role in more detail.

About RWM:

RWM’s vision as an organisation is to create a safer future by managing radioactive waste effectively, to protect people and the environment, collaborating with experts on multi-million-pound research programmes and radioactive waste producers to find ways to package it that are suitable for disposal in a Geological Disposal Facility.

Equal Opportunities:

We value the unique differences that each of our colleagues bring to work every day and are committed to creating an environment where everyone feels respected, included and able to perform at their best. At RWM we are committed to creating a workplace that is diverse and inclusive. We value the diversity of our people and actively seek to have a workforce that represents the rich diversity of the communities we support. Currently we are underrepresented in some areas, and would particularly welcome applicants from Women, Black, Asian and Ethnic Minorities, LGBTQ+ and candidates who have a disability.

Disability Confident:

In promoting equal opportunities, RWM welcomes applications from all sections of the community. We select people according to their abilities and our needs. As users of the disability confident scheme, we guarantee to interview all disabled applicants who meet all of the essential criteria for the vacancy. In cases where we have a high volume of disabled candidates who meet all of the essential criteria, RWM will interview the best candidates from within that group.

Knowledge, Experience and Skills

Essential skills

nuclear, safety, secretarial, nuclear safety, minute taking, record keeping,

Lisa Morgan