Office for Nuclear Regulation

Site Protection Security Inspector / Transport Security Inspector

About the role

The role of the Nuclear Security Inspector (Site Protection/Transport Security) is to ensure the civil nuclear industry properly manages relevant aspects of protective security both at sites and during transport and this is achieved through regulation of a dutyholder's security regime to ensure risk is being appropriately and adequately managed in accordance with the agreed security plan. This post requires a certain amount of travel including, on occasion, overnight stays.

To be effective, the candidate will require a breadth and depth of expertise and skills in all aspects of protective security, including an understanding of security risk analysis and management. He/she will: conduct regulatory interventions; assess dutyholders' security assurance; contribute to the development of policy; maintain currency of guidance documents/Codes of Practice; and liaise with other regulators (including ONR (CNS) inspectors, ONR nuclear safety regulators, EA/SEPA Inspectors) and with various Government security and intelligence agencies as appropriate. They may also be required to represent ONR at international security events and meetings.

Over time, the successful candidate will be offered the opportunity to progress and also broaden their security expertise within ONR (CNS). This could be in other roles including Cyber Security & Information Assurance, Personnel Security, Emergency Planning & Response, Contingency Planning & Exercises, and Investigations.

Job related expertise

Candidates must be able to demonstrate the following qualifications, experience and behaviours:






Behavioural core competencies

In addition, if shortlisted you will need to provide examples of the following behavioural competencies:

How to apply

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