Associate Nuclear Safety Officer (RAS)(P2)
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The Department of Nuclear Safety and Security (NS) formulates and implements the IAEA's nuclear safety and security programme, which encompasses the Agency's activities to protect people and the environment from radiation exposure, and responds to the safety and security related needs of its Member States.
The objective of the Division of Nuclear Installation Safety (NSNI) is to achieve and maintain a high level of safety of nuclear installations worldwide that are under design or construction or in operation. The Division does this by establishing standards of safety for the protection of health, including standards for nuclear power plants and other nuclear installations and facilities, and by providing for the application of these standards through, among other things, support for the IAEA's Technical Cooperation programme, the rendering of safety review services, the promotion of education and training, the fostering of information exchange and the coordination of research and development. In addition, the Division helps ensure safety at nuclear installations by supporting international safety instruments such as the Convention on Nuclear Safety and the Code of Conduct on the Safety of Research Reactors. NSNI comprises five Sections\:
•External Events Safety Section
•Operational Safety Section
•Safety Assessment Section
•Regulatory Activities Section
•Research Reactor Safety Section
The main objective of the Regulatory Activities Section (RAS) is to help enhance effective regulatory infrastructures for nuclear safety in Member States based on IAEA safety standards and the use of self-assessment. The Section's activities include safety review and advisory missions to Member States, the development and revision of safety standards, support for effective regulatory development for countries embarking on new nuclear power programmes, development of training programmes for regulators, and organizational aspects related to the Convention on Nuclear Safety.
Under the supervision of the Head of the Regulatory Activities Section, the Associate Nuclear Safety Officer (RAS) contributes to assigned projects to support specific Divisional programmes aimed at enhancing regulatory infrastructures for nuclear safety in Member States.
The Associate Nuclear Safety Officer (RAS) is\: (1) an organizer and implementer, contributing to developing, planning and implementing activities on strengthening regulatory frameworks related to nuclear safety; (2) a facilitator, supporting communication and information dissemination regarding the ongoing activities; (3) a coordinator, helping international organizations and Member States to better coordinate activities related to strengthening regulatory frameworks to avoid duplication of efforts; and (4) a substantive contributor and presenter of programme activities and training materials.
Functions / Key Results Expected
Contribute to the planning, organizing and implementation of activities (Technical Meetings, Workshops, Missions) to enhance regulatory infrastructures for nuclear safety in Member States, including Integrated Regulatory Review Service Programme, regulatory framework development, capacity building and licensing of new technologies;
Provide technical support by developing and delivery of training materials to support the programme implementation;
Prepare regular reports of programme activities including draft narrative progress reports as well as consolidation and agreement of Sections contributions to regular Agency's reports.
Competencies and Expertise
Core Competencies(Competency Framework)
|Planning and Organizing||Plans and organizes his/her own work in support of achieving the team or Section’s priorities. Takes into account potential changes and proposes contingency plans.|
|Communication||Communicates orally and in writing in a clear, concise and impartial manner. Takes time to listen to and understand the perspectives of others and proposes solutions.|
|Achieving Results||Takes initiative in defining realistic outputs and clarifying roles, responsibilities and expected results in the context of the Department/Division’s programme. Evaluates his/her results realistically, drawing conclusions from lessons learned.|
|Teamwork||Actively contributes to achieving team results. Supports team decisions.|
|Judgement/decision making||Consults with supervisor/manager and makes decisions in full compliance with the Agency’s regulations and rules.|
|Partnership building||Develops and maintains partnerships needed for his/her work. Establishes and nurtures positive relations with partners and stakeholders.|
|Technical/scientific credibility||Acquires and applies new skills to remain up to date in his/her area of expertise. Reliably applies knowledge of basic technical/scientific methods and concepts.|
|Nuclear Safety||Project Management||Experience in project management regarding planning, coordination, budget preparation and reporting.|
|Nuclear Safety||Regulation of Nuclear Installations||Knowledge and experience in the field of nuclear safety regulation including regulatory frameworks and licencing and oversight activities of nuclear power plants.|
Qualifications, Experience and Language skills
University degree in engineering, science, international relations or other related field.
Minimum two years of relevant experience at the national, and/or international level.
Experience in working in international organizations an asset.
Excellent oral and written command of English. Knowledge of other official IAEA languages (Arabic, Chinese, French, Russian and Spanish) is an asset.
The IAEA offers an attractive remuneration package including a tax-free annual net base salary starting at US $50377 (subject to mandatory deductions for pension contributions and health insurance), a variable post adjustment which currently amounts to US $ 25843, dependency benefits, rental subsidy, education grant, relocation and repatriation expenses; Other benefits include 6 weeks' annual leave, home leave travel, pension plan and health insurance. More information on the conditions of employment can be found at\: https\://www.iaea.org/about/employment/professional-staff/conditions
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- Appointment is subject to a satisfactory medical report.
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- Candidates appointed to posts in the Professional and higher categories are subject to IAEA rotation policy and their maximum tour of service shall normally be seven years.
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