Office for Nuclear Regulation

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Application and selection procedure

Disability Confident - CommittedONR is committed to being an inclusive employer and we welcome and encourage applications from all applicants. We will make reasonable adjustments and adaptations to ensure the recruitment process is inclusive and barrier-free. For example, providing job descriptions in alternative formats, and providing communication support and accessible venues. If you would like to discuss how we can support you, please contact  (ONR.Human-Resources@onr.gov.uk/ or 0203 028 0133 / 0203 028 0120) who will be able to provide further information and discuss any reasonable adjustments you may need during the recruitment process. We will offer an interview to disabled people who meet the minimum criteria for the role.

To apply for any of the current opportunities click on the 'Current Opportunities' link and then on the specialism link you are interested in. You can then click on the apply button for that vacancy.

For Nuclear Safety, Transport and Associate roles

Shortlisted applicants will undertake a combined technical skills and behavioural interview, including a presentation.

For Nuclear Specialist roles

Shortlisted applicants will undertake a combined technical skills and behavioural interview, including a presentation. Applicants will also undertake a regulatory skills interview.

For support roles

Shortlisted applicants will undertake a competency basedl interview, which may include a presentation, formal test or other type of assessment.

Equal opportunity

There will be no direct or indirect discrimination against any applicant on the grounds of gender, marital status, race, colour, ethnic or national origins, sexual orientation, age, religion/belief or disability, or for any other reason.

Diversity

ONR wants to employ a workforce that reflects the diversity of society in which we seek to protect people from harm. We value the individual contributions that people with different backgrounds, skills and abilities bring to the organisation. We therefore seek and welcome applications from people irrespective of age, disability, gender, race, religion or belief, or sexual orientation.