Magnox is an exciting place to be, and this role is the perfect opportunity for you to be part of our challenging mission – to safely and successfully manage the UK’s civil nuclear legacy on behalf of the nation. To deliver our commitment, we need people like you who want to perform at an industry leading standard and be part of a team that continues to develop, innovate and even exceed our greatest achievements.
At Magnox, we understand, and acknowledge the value of an inclusive working environment, and celebrate the diversity this brings to our workplace. Without this approach, we wouldn’t be in the position that we are now, being able to safeguard and secure the future of our organisation.
Hear from the Hiring Manager:
“We are seeking an experienced and knowledgeable person to manage development and submission of Environmental Permit applications for on-site disposal of radioactive wastes in support of delivering the next planned land use.
As a first of a kind project, the role presents a high degree of technical challenge and allows the successful candidate to innovate and develop novel approaches.
The role includes engagement with key stakeholders, multiple decommissioning projects and a range of technical disciplines to define and implement a sustainable approach to decommissioning.
The successful applicant will also support Magnox wide initiatives and strategy development, including supporting responses to Government consultations on nuclear site closure.”
The key deliverables will be the Winfrith Site Wide Environmental Safety Case, Waste Management Plan and underpinning technical and risk assessments in support of optimised waste management options.
Produce a high quality application(s) to support the permissioning of site closure
Develop and manage effective working relationships with multiple teams within regulating organisations (EA, ONR) to support development of the application(s)
Manage interfaces with other permissioning regimes (T&CPA, Licence Condition compliance)
Interface with decommissioning projects and technical disciplines on the site to ensure requirements are captured and the End State can be implemented.
Support to stakeholder engagement and management of key stakeholders.
Management of contractors to ensure the quality of technical assessments
Qualifications & Experience
A degree in a science, engineering or related discipline
10 years experience in Environmental Safety Cases or Radioactive Substances Permitting.
Experience in managing production and technical oversight of environmental and human health risk assessments. Knowledge of environmental transport models and approaches.
Detailed knowledge of the requirements of Radioactive Substances Regulation, GRR or GRA.
Experience in managing interactions with Regulators to support Permit applications
Experience in managing contractors undertaking technical assessments, including project reporting / accountability
Knowledge of interfacing regulatory regimes including conventional waste, groundwater and Town and Country Planning Act.