Office for Nuclear Regulation

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Vacancy for Band 2 - Principal Nuclear Security - Cyber Security and Information Assurance Inspector

Location Bootle, Cheltenham & London
Salary £74,012 - £79,754 (Plus an additional £8,500 non-consolidated cyber market allowance and an additional £4,052 London Weighting Allowance if successful individual is London based)
Close date 20 Oct 2019

Job description

Background

The Office for Nuclear Regulation regulates all aspects of protective security for civil nuclear materials and sensitive nuclear information in the United Kingdom.  We regulate against our published Security Assessment Principles in accordance with the Nuclear Industries Security Regulations   ONR also supports the development and improvement of good practice for nuclear security both domestically and internationally.

Cyber Security and Information Assurance Inspector

About the role

The role of the Cyber Security & Information Assurance Principal Inspector is to lead security regulation activities within the civil nuclear industry to ensure that it manages cyber security and information risks adequately and effectively.  This is achieved primarily through:

  • Developing integrated intervention plans to deliver regulatory strategic intent and Chief Nuclear Inspector priorities.
  • Managing a team of inspectors to deliver regulatory interventions with dutyholders that ensure implementation of arrangements to protect information technology, operational technology and sensitive nuclear information.
  • Enabling team effectiveness in all aspects of regulatory activity including coaching and mentoring less experienced staff.  
  • Leading the assessment of dutyholders’ security plans to provide confidence that risks are being adequately managed.
  • Coordinating and directing inspections of facilities in the nuclear supply chain to ensure information security risks are effectively managed.
  • Leading the development of regulatory policy and influencing the development of good practice.
  • Deputising for the Cyber Security Professional Lead as required.
  • Liaison with other regulators (including those in security and safety disciplines) and various Government security and intelligence agencies.
  • Representing ONR at security events and meetings, such as those organised by the International Atomic Energy Agency, the World Institute of Nuclear Security, the Nuclear Institute and those organised by the UK Nuclear industry itself.

Whilst we are expecting candidates to have a mature knowledge and experience of nuclear, cyber security, information assurance and regulatory topics, training to expand and deepen knowledge and experience will be given throughout the successful candidate’s career.  As security regulatory experience increases, all inspectors are given the opportunity to progress and achieve promotion.

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