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Title: Nuclear Specialist Inspector
Location: Merseyside, London and Cheltenham
Starting salary: The maximum for this salary band is £87,371 + London weighting of £3,992, if applicable. You will be appointed on a salary dependent on skills and experience.
Furthermore there are excellent opportunities for advancement to HM Superintending Nuclear Inspector (max salary currently £94,585). Besides the opportunity to make a real difference, there are many benefits working for HSE/ONR. In addition to a competitive starting salary, you can expect:
- A permanent contract of employment including some of the best terms and conditions in the labour market
- A generous occupational pension scheme or a choice of stakeholder pension, giving you the flexibility to choose the pension that suits you best
- Five weeks rising to six weeks annual leave plus 10.5 public holidays and privilege days and the flexibility to purchase an additional 3 days annual leave
- Active management of your health, safety and wellbeing at work
- Excellent working arrangements. E.g. Redgrave Court, including state-of-the-art new building, gymnasium, restaurant and excellent, covered, free car-parking facilities
- Enormous job satisfaction from your role; excellent work/life balance - arrangements to help staff who wish to combine domestic responsibilities with a career in HSE include opportunities for part-time work, flexible working hours, possibilities of unpaid leave, paid maternity leave and, subject to circumstances, career breaks
- Relocation expenses in certain circumstances
- You will have good opportunities for career development through structured initial training, our strong commitment to continuing professional development and the chance to undertake other roles including strategy development and work in other parts of HSE.
As a newly appointed Nuclear Specialist Inspector, you will undertake training, mentoring and on-the-job learning with the aim to obtain a full warrant and regulatory competence, ideally within 1 year and certainly within 2 years. The training programme for each post will differ and will be tailored to the individual's knowledge, skills and experience. At the end of years 1 and 2 individuals will be assessed for equivalence against the Nuclear Safety Inspector competencies and the requirements for a full warrant.
Throughout your career, support is provided by HSE/ONR for any studying required in connection with your work and agreed professional development.