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Nuclear Performance Management Specialist

Nuclear Performance Management Specialist

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    Power, Nuclear and Utilities

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    £70 - £75 per hour

  • Contact:

    John Sadler

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  • Published:

    26 days ago

  • Duration:

    6 Months

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  • Client:

    Morson Talent

Morson is delighted to be working in partnership with a well respected marine defence organisation. Due to ongoing success, they are currently looking to recruit a Nuclear Performance Management Specialist to join their team based in Plymouth. The role is for an initial 6 Month contract and is paying £75 Per Hour via an Umbrella Company as the role has been deemed inside IR35. Please find the role description below:

Overall Department Direction

The Nuclear Performance Management team is responsible for the efficient and effective implementation of a Nuclear Safety Performance Improvement programme.

Motivating and challenging others to promptly identify and report:
* Concerns
* Degraded conditions
* Near misses

Ensuring that all reported issues are captured and, where appropriate, incorporated into the nuclear safety Performance Improvement programme. The role is Full Time.

Main Purpose of Role

To assist and guide the Nuclear Performance Manager (NPM) in the management of the operational governance of the whole Nuclear Site to ensure industry 'best practice', and a consistent approach to work practices across the nuclear Site. To monitor and ensure compliance with the Licenced Site Conditions and associated controls.
To assist in the development of a work plan against clearly defined performance objectives e.g. WANO Traits.
To identify all existing initiatives/work activities that exist within DRDL and work to develop and exploit synergies

Required Knowledge, Skills, Experience and Competences

Experience in developing, administering and delivering Performance Improvement Programmes. These include:
* Corrective Action Programme (CAP)
* Human Performance
* Self-Assessment
* Benchmarking
* Observation Programme
* Nuclear Safety Culture/Safety Culture


* Relevant engineering degree, recognised professional status or significant experience in relevant engineering discipline and NVQ Level 4.
* Proven experience in the Nuclear Industry developing, administering and delivering Performance Improvement Programmes

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