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Security Personnel Manager

Location:
Highlands and Islands
Sector:
Nuclear
Job Type:
Contract
Salary:
Market related
Reference:
078903

Role

Main Responsibilities

  • Execute a programme of internal/external personnel security inspections and checks to ensure security standards are being met in accordance with business and regulatory requirements.
  • Liaise effectively with internal and external stakeholders and regulators.
  • Develop, maintain and deliver a personnel security vetting service.
  • Provide advice, guidance and training on personnel security matters.
  • Support investigations and ONR interventions as required.
  • Approve all BPSS security applications and authorise all NSV requests.
  • Participate in and support all site exercises.
  • Develop and support measures to improve security culture.
  • Perform the responsibilities of Management Appointments relevant to the post including Duty Security Advisor.

Desirable Attributes and Experience

  • HNC in Science/Engineering/Business or equivalent qualification plus experience
  • 3 years Nuclear Security experience

Knowledge and understanding in the following areas:

  • Nuclear Industry Security Regulations
  • Data Handling requirements
  • Quality Management
  • ONR Security Assessment Principles
  • Root cause analysis
  • Experience of security vetting in civil nuclear, or a comparable sector
  • Excellent Interpersonal, communication and presentation skills
  • Experience in developing and presenting training materials
  • Self -motivated, assertive and willing to challenge
  • Ability to work across a diverse stakeholder group in a constructive and collaborative manner

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