8 months ago
Marine Licencing Specialist, Permanent , Gloucester
The purpose of the post is to ensure the successful delivery and compliance of environmental permits to support Clients new build programme in the UK.
- Provide senior technical guidance and authoritative advice across Horizon on a range of marine topics, including design, coastal processes and impact assessment, dredging disposal, construction in the marine environment, discharge of licence conditions and compliance with licence conditions..
- Support the Permitting and Marine Licencing Manager (PMLM) in the delivery of technical services associated with the discipline.
- Provide oversight and verification of work carried out within the team, and suppliers.
- Oversee production and delivery of the marine licence applications including exemptions and variations and ensure the permissions are developed with due regard to current and emerging guidance and environmental principles.
- Ensure the power station design proceeds in accordance with the requirements of UK legislative and environmental requirements.
- Develop and maintain the working relationship with Horizon's technical community in Technical and the supply chain where required, to ensure successful delivery of underpinning technical work.
- Interface with regulators on a regular basis to ensure that their expectations are identified, and are appropriately processed and addressed in the development of MLs.
- Interface with regulators and ensure that regulatory policy ensures efficient protection of the environment without unnecessary burden on nuclear new build.
- Draft work specifications for other Departments and suppliers for the provision of task based work and the seconding of SQEP resources, as required.
- Ensure the development of suitable and appropriate management arrangements for Horizon to comply with marine licence conditions or commitments made in applications.
- Act as lead Intelligent Customer for marine licence applications and supporting documents provided by others.
- Develop Environmental Permit and Licence Training requirements for HNP and contractors and deliver training as required.
- Holds a Graduate degree or equivalent qualification in a suitable engineering or science subject
- Demonstrates a track record of success, achievement and learning to date adding value within relevant positions including an authoritative position within a permitting team.
- Extensive experience of compliance with of the Marine and Coastal Access Act 2009.
- Experience and understanding of the standards and maturity required for a developing organisation to ensure sufficient capability is in place to be granted and successfully operate within Marine Licences.
- Proven experience of strategy development and delivery
- Ability to communicate, influence and build productive and collaborative relationships with a diverse range of internal and external stakeholders at all levels.
- Demonstrate sound judgement and decision making
- Professional Membership of an appropriate institution
- Nuclear industry sector knowledge, REPS, Safety Assessment Principles Site Licence and Permit conditions.