Administrator

Site: NSG, Aldermaston
Department: Business Support
Type: Staff
Deadline: 5 November 2021

Working at NSG

Our vision is to be the nuclear industry’s preferred partner and we believe our people are fundamental to achieving this. Our positive and rewarding workplace culture is driven by our four core values: passion, integrity, challenge and collaboration. As a member of the NSG team, we will support your professional development in an exciting and challenging working environment, helping you to deliver to your highest potential.

The Role

Based at our offices in Calleva Park, Aldermaston, the successful candidate will provide administration support to our Projects South and Consultancy Services teams. The Administrator will also provide an efficient and effective communication channel between company personnel and other project stakeholders, including both the client and supply chain. The Administrator will ensure the provision and completion of administration tasks as directed by People and Integration Manager and Projects South Director.

Qualifications and Skills

  • GCSEs/NVQ L2 including Maths, English and IT.
  • Well organised with the ability to work to timescales and demonstrate attention to detail.
  • File management and e-document production.
  • Reception work including welcoming visitors and handling telephone calls.
  • Polite, friendly approach to work.
  • Ability to keep calm and professional at all times.
  • Good interpersonal skills.
  • Commitment to and understanding of NSG’s vision, mission and values.
  • Due regard to equal opportunities and diversity at all times, and work in a fair and reasonable manner towards all stakeholders.

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Project Manager

Site: NSG, Aldermaston
Department: Projects South
Type: Staff
Deadline: 25 October 2021

Working at NSG

Our vision is to be the nuclear industry’s preferred partner and we believe our people are fundamental to achieving this. Our positive and rewarding workplace culture is driven by our four core values: passion, integrity, challenge and collaboration. As a member of the NSG team, we will support your professional development in an exciting and challenging working environment, helping you to deliver to your highest potential.

The Role

The Project Manager will deliver the scope of decommissioning projects to the agreed time, cost and quality. Reporting to the NSG Decommissioning Programme Manager, the Project Manager will also be responsible for updating and maintaining the forecast, programme and change register throughout the characterisation, design, procurement, implementation and commissioning phases of decommissioning projects. The role also involves direct supervision of NSG decommissioning personnel and subcontractors.

Qualifications and Skills

  • Degree or HND in an engineering discipline.
  • IOSH Managing Safely or an appropriate formal health and safety qualification.
  • Experience in a project delivery role, ideally associated with decommissioning, waste management and/or environmental remediation.
  • Demonstrable experience in the delivery of decommissioning projects is essential.
  • Proactive, a problem solver and excellent communication skills.
  • Experience gained at AWE would be ideal.
  • APM or other project management qualification is desirable.
  • Good interpersonal skills.
  • Commitment to and understanding of NSG’s vision, mission and values.
  • Due regard to equal opportunities and diversity at all times, and work in a fair and reasonable manner towards all stakeholders.

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Mechanical Technician

Site: AWE, Aldermaston
Department: Projects South
Type: Staff
Deadline: 25 October 2021

Working at NSG

Our vision is to be the nuclear industry’s preferred partner and we believe our people are fundamental to achieving this. Our positive and rewarding workplace culture is driven by our four core values: passion, integrity, challenge and collaboration. As a member of the NSG team, we will support your professional development in an exciting and challenging working environment, helping you to deliver to your highest potential.

The Role

Carry out a variety of mechanical work to a high standard. Nuclear experience is a must, as is enhanced security clearance.

Qualifications and Skills

  • Relevant mechanical qualifications, such as City & Guilds NVQ, and role-specific CSCS card.
  • Good interpersonal skills.
  • Due regard to equal opportunities and diversity at all times, and to work in a fair and reasonable manner towards all stakeholders.
  • Committed to and understanding of NSG’s vision, mission and values.

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Electrical Technician

Site: AWE, Aldermaston
Department: Projects South
Type: Staff
Deadline: 25 October 2021

Working at NSG

Our vision is to be the nuclear industry’s preferred partner and we believe our people are fundamental to achieving this. Our positive and rewarding workplace culture is driven by our four core values: passion, integrity, challenge and collaboration. As a member of the NSG team, we will support your professional development in an exciting and challenging working environment, helping you to deliver to your highest potential.

The Role

Carry out a variety of electrical work to a high standard. Nuclear experience is a must, as is enhanced security clearance.

Qualifications and Skills

  • Relevant electrical qualifications, such as City & Guilds NVQ, and role-specific CSCS card.
  • Good interpersonal skills.
  • Due regard to equal opportunities and diversity at all times, and to work in a fair and reasonable manner towards all stakeholders.
  • Committed to and understanding of NSG’s vision, mission and values.

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Electrical Project Engineer (Graduate)

Site: NSG, Chorley
Department: Engineering
Type: Staff
Deadline: 25 October 2021

Working at NSG

Our vision is to be the nuclear industry’s preferred partner and we believe our people are fundamental to achieving this. Our positive and rewarding workplace culture is driven by our four core values: passion, integrity, challenge and collaboration. As a member of the NSG team, we will support your professional development in an exciting and challenging working environment, helping you to deliver to your highest potential.

The Role

To support NSG’s project managers in the delivery of projects in full compliance with the pre-determined safety, quality, environmental and security standards and contract conditions. The role will involve working with experienced engineers to generate electrical drawings and documents.

Qualifications and Skills

  • Degree or HNC/HND in Electrical Engineering or Control Systems Engineering.
  • Understanding of the project life cycle.
  • A basic understanding of the UK nuclear industry would be an advantage.
  • Ability to organise own work and deliver effectively under the guidance of a project manager.
  • Ability to prepare and present reports, documentation and information in support of project delivery.
  • Ability to interpret and evaluate technical data.
  • Good interpersonal skills.
  • Due regard to equal opportunities and diversity at all times, and to work in a fair and reasonable manner towards all stakeholders.
  • Committed to and understanding of NSG’s vision, mission and values.

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Various Consultancy Roles

Site: Various
Department: Consultancy Services
Type: Staff
Deadline: 25 October 2021

Working at NSG

Our vision is to be the nuclear industry’s preferred partner and we believe our people are fundamental to achieving this. Our positive and rewarding workplace culture is driven by our four core values: passion, integrity, challenge and collaboration. As a member of the NSG team, we will support your professional development in an exciting and challenging working environment, helping you to deliver to your highest potential.

The Roles

We are looking to recruit enthusiastic and driven individuals for a number of roles: Technical Officer, Consultant, Lead Consultant and Senior Consultant. Working within our Consultancy Services division, these roles offer the opportunity to work within a dynamic team delivering a wide range of projects in the fields of radioactive waste management, decommissioning and environmental restoration for our clients primarily within the UK nuclear industry. Working with passion and integrity in a collaborative environment that welcomes constructive challenge, you will be involved in diverse projects developing waste management and decommissioning strategy, characterising and assessing radioactive waste, and supporting waste consignment. This will require you to review technical and strategic data, undertake calculations, process complex datasets, and prepare coherent written reports. There would also be occasional travel to client sites and other NSG offices within the UK.

Qualifications and Skills

  • Recognised professional qualifications (e.g., BSc/MSc/PhD) in a relevant science-based discipline such as (but not limited to) physics, chemistry, geology and environmental science.
  • An awareness of, interest in or experience of (dependent on level of role) radioactive waste management and nuclear decommissioning.
  • Self-motivated with an ability to work independently and as part of a team.
  • Familiarity with structuring and writing technical reports.
  • Competent in the use of Microsoft Excel.
  • Good communication and engagement skills.
  • Good interpersonal skills.
  • Committed to and understanding of NSG’s vision, mission and values.
  • Due regard to equal opportunities and diversity at all times, and work in a fair and reasonable manner towards all stakeholders.

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Junior Document Controller Apprentice

Site: NSG, Aldermaston (and Newbury College)
Department: Projects South
Type: Apprenticeship
Deadline: 25 October 2021

Working at NSG

Our vision is to be the nuclear industry’s preferred partner and we believe our people are fundamental to achieving this. Our positive and rewarding workplace culture is driven by our four core values: passion, integrity, challenge and collaboration. As a member of the NSG team, we will support your professional development in an exciting and challenging working environment, helping you to deliver to your highest potential.

The Role

The Junior Document Controller will be embedded within the NSG Framework Team (client, NSG and supply chain) and utilise the Project Data Management System and SharePoint platform, following metadata driven protocol for the project. They will also assist the Senior Document Control Team with an extensive, fast-paced and accurate workflow via the Document Control Group inbox. This role incorporates study and completion of a Level 3 Business Administrator apprenticeship at Newbury College whilst working in the NSG Projects South team.

Qualifications and Skills

  • GCSE/Level 2 qualification in appropriate subjects, including English, Maths and IT (grades A*-C or 4-9), or an equivalent level of education.
  • Competent user of Microsoft Office.
  • Familiar with structuring and presenting own work.
  • Able to deal with confidential and commercial information.
  • Polite and friendly approach to work.
  • Ability to keep calm and professional at all times.
  • Interpersonal, tactful and confidential, reliable and punctual.
  • Due regard to equal opportunities and diversity at all times, and work in a fair and reasonable manner towards all stakeholders.
  • Well organised with the ability to work to timescales and demonstrate attention to detail.
  • Committed to and understanding of NSG’s vision, mission and values.

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Receptionist

Site: NSG, Chorley
Department: Business Support
Type: Staff, part-time
Deadline: 25 October 2021

Working at NSG

Our vision is to be the nuclear industry’s preferred partner and we believe our people are fundamental to achieving this. Our positive and rewarding workplace culture is driven by our four core values: passion, integrity, challenge and collaboration. As a member of the NSG team, we will support your professional development in an exciting and challenging working environment, helping you to deliver to your highest potential.

The Role

To provide support to the Business Support team, including reception duties and general administration, as directed by the Head of People and Integration. This role is open to candidates looking for a part-time position (a minimum of three days a week).

Qualifications and Skills

  • GCSE/Level 2 qualification in appropriate subjects, including English, Maths and IT.
  • Polite, friendly approach to work.
  • Ability to keep calm and professional at all times.
  • Interpersonal, tact and confidentiality, reliable and punctual.
  • Due regard to equal opportunities and diversity at all times, and to work in a fair and reasonable manner towards all stakeholders.
  • Experience of using Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook.
  • Committed to and understanding of NSG’s vision, mission and values.

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Technical Author

Site: NSG, Aldermaston
Department: Projects South
Type: Staff
Deadline: 25 October 2021

Working at NSG

Our vision is to be the nuclear industry’s preferred partner and we believe our people are fundamental to achieving this. Our positive and rewarding workplace culture is driven by our four core values: passion, integrity, challenge and collaboration. As a member of the NSG team, we will support your professional development in an exciting and challenging working environment, helping you to deliver to your highest potential.

The Role

To prepare, originate and present technical information in such a way as to allow others to be informed as to the background, risk, safety, justification, change or step-by-step engineering sequence to/of operation, plant and procedure based on the research, analysis and evaluation of technical/engineering theory, data and information.

Qualifications and Skills

Essential:

  • Educated to ONC or equivalent level in Engineering, Communications or an appropriate subject.
  • Experience of a similar role/infrastructure projects within a highly regulated industry, e.g., nuclear, aerospace, pharmaceutical, rail, oil or gas.
  • Proven ability to create, develop and originate working documentation for applications such as instruction, justification, process or procedural change and/or information.
  • Copy editing work of others.
  • Competent user of Microsoft Office.
  • Able to organise and prioritise own work.

Desirable:

  • HND/degree in Engineering.
  • Membership of appropriate technical/professional body.
  • Familiar with strict cataloguing, recording and indexing systems.
  • Proven ability to network and liaise with internal and external team members and client representatives to ensure terminology and documentation is fit for purpose.
  • Experience of delivery to tight time and accuracy standards across several projects concurrently.
  • Proven ability to plan, organise and coordinate own work in time accurately and methodically.
  • Experience of AWE 804 system.
  • Compliance to legal and industry standards.
  • ISO policies and protocols, including ISO 9001, 14001 and 45001.
  • Able to organise and plan own and work of others to enable effective working which meets pre-determined timescales/deadlines/schedules.

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Assistant Project Manager

Site: NSG, Aldermaston
Department: Projects South
Type: Staff
Deadline: 25 October 2021

Working at NSG

Our vision is to be the nuclear industry’s preferred partner and we believe our people are fundamental to achieving this. Our positive and rewarding workplace culture is driven by our four core values: passion, integrity, challenge and collaboration. As a member of the NSG team, we will support your professional development in an exciting and challenging working environment, helping you to deliver to your highest potential.

The Role

To deliver low risk, low complexity tasks/work packages within a formal project environment, contributing towards the successful completion of projects under the control of the Project Manager/Senior Project Manager and in compliance with AWE/NSG processes. The Assistant Project Manager will assist the Project Manager in the day to day running of three projects and undertake project administration, procurement and reporting activities in support of the project management function. In addition, the Assistant Project Manager will liaise with functional teams to ensure priorities and dates are set and communication is maintained.

Qualifications and Skills

Essential:

  • Good standard of education, including English and Maths at GCSE or equivalent.
  • Evidence of technical or teamwork experience in a business setting.
  • Must be able to use Microsoft Office tools (Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint).
  • Read, analyse and interpret charts, spreadsheets, schedules and, in some business areas, technical drawings.
  • Clear and concise communication approach, both oral and written, at multiple levels.
  • Effective multi-task working, identify and manage priorities and work to challenging timescales.
  • Possess good listening skills, enabling requests to be assimilated and converted into action plans.

Desirable:

  • A graduate level of qualification is desirable or demonstrable equivalent experience.
  • Knowledge of the project life cycle.
  • Experience of working within a highly regulated environment.
  • Familiar with structuring and presentation of own work.
  • Used to dealing with confidential and commercial information.
  • Ability to communicate with a wide range of colleagues at all levels and with external stakeholders and contractors.
  • Knowledge of ISO 9001, 14001 and 45001.

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