|Recruiter:||Cyclife UK Limited|
|Disciplines:||Environmental / Waste Management|
As part of the EDF Group, Cyclife is expanding its specialist nuclear decommissioning and radioactive waste management business. As part of our continued growth we are seeking a dedicated and experienced Radiation Protection Adviser to join the team at our nuclear licensed site near Workington, Cumbria.
Be part of it
A vacancy has arisen for an experience, motivated individual to join our Technical & Compliance team. A minimum of 5 years’ experience in facilities involved in the management of radioactive wastes is required. Reporting directly to the Head of Technical & Compliance, you will be part of our core capability based at our nuclear licensed site in west Cumbria, although occasional business travel will be required in support of Cyclife’s business throughout the UK. You will have strong interpersonal and influencing skills, have the ability to interact with Customers and build on a good customer network is essential.
You are ideally a certified Radiation Protection Adviser (RPA). You must have experience of working with low level radioactive waste in the nuclear industry and have a passion for positive and responsible waste management.
Applications from individuals currently without a valid RPA certificate but with relevant transferrable radioactive waste experience are welcomed, but you must possess the required underpinning technical knowledge and be capable of generating your portfolio of evidence ready for submission within a timeframe agreed with the Company.
Your responsibilities will include:
You will be operating as part of a multi-disciplined team alongside RWAs and DGSAs and will be expected to be involved in the following for a large part of your time:
Essential skills, aptitudes and experience
The package includes a company pension and other benefits including a generous annual leave entitlement.
Candidates selected for interview will be expected to deliver a 10 minute technical presentation on radiation protection and the Ionising Radiations Regulations to the interview panel; the topic will be confirmed prior to the interview.
Only those suitable candidates currently eligible to work in the United Kingdom will be considered for interview.