Resource Manager (Central Laboratory)
The Resource Manager for Central Lab is responsible for a team of over 50 electrical, mechanical, process and specialist support staff undertaking statutory, routine and breakdown maintenance of building infrastructure as well as project equipment. This is a highly visible position of authority within NNL, supporting the Head of Laboratory Operations to drive excellence and promote an agile and flexible culture throughout their team. In doing so they shall provide leadership and be responsible for safety and delivery of the workload to time cost and quality, whilst ensuring the company's continued compliance to all regulations governing the nuclear industry including Site Licence conditions.
The ideal candidate will be experienced in working in a highly regulated industry, holding people accountable, be detail orientated, and able to deliver to several stakeholders with potentially conflicting requirements to stringent deadlines.
- Accountable for the Health and Safety of their team
- Accountable for the security of operations in line with NNL security policy
- Lead on customer delivery focusing on time cost and quality.
- Develop and manage an integrated resource and delivery plan to support customer requirements
- Accountable for the performance of the Team
- Ensure that all operations conform to nuclear site licence requirements and establish, maintain and operate management systems for safe operations within their Team
- Accountable for their delegated portion of the Business budget and management of.
- Oversight of all projects / resources being undertaken by the team to ensure (directly intervene) effectiveness thus maximising efficiency
- Drive for continuous improvement across their area
The Ideal Candidate
- Compliance professional, educated to degree level (or equivalent), with extensive practical & relevant experience in a compliance role.
- Holds IOSH Managing Safely or equivalent as a minimum qualification.
- Operations experience in highly regularised environment, managing technical and facility programmes to time cost and schedule
- Financial planning experience, particularly planning budgeting and forecasting.
- Strong relationship building and influencing skills.
- Strong ability to work flexibly - managing changing and competing priorities and absorbing new information rapidly to address complex issues.
- Experience in managing people to achieve complex or high priority objectives, and develop others personally and professionally
- Ability to become SC/DV security cleared
- Ability to become a Classified or Monitored Worker
- Proven managerial experience over teams undertaking operations within heavy industrial facilities and nuclear plant or other highly regulated industry
- Must demonstrate an ability to analyse and interpret complex information from several, sometimes conflicting sources, with a proven problem solving ability in order to make decisions based upon this information.
- Highly motivated with the ability to communicate concepts to diverse audiences with varying skills.
- Ability to remain calm under stressful circumstances.
- Proven experience in incident and emergency response situations
- A thorough awareness of conventional safety and security requirements applicable to their area of responsibility
- Demonstrable knowledge of the operational & maintenance requirements associated with their area of control
- Requirement to become appointed as a Convening Authority
- Requirement to be appointed as a Radiation Protection Supervisor (RPS)
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