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Nuclear Work Week Planner

  • Location:


  • Sector:

    Utilities, Power & Telecoms

  • Job type:

    Contract - Full Time

  • Salary:

    £20.10 - 26.42 per hour

  • Contact:

    Ryan Williamson

  • Contact email:

  • Contact phone:

    02393 876 019

  • Job ref:


  • Published:

    about 1 month ago

  • Expiry date:


  • Startdate:


Nuclear Work Week Planner - Cumbria, Whitehaven
£20.10 PAYE / £26.42 Umbrella - Inside
12 Month Contract with Likely Extension
Project Deliverables:
- Liaising with Subject Matter Experts to seek advice or confirm technical data in support of work pack preparation.
- Carrying out job walk downs with all relevant stakeholders to confirm work scope, work
boundaries, work requirements, adequacy of proposed safety controls and overall
workability of work pack.
- Preparing an appropriate risk assessment to cover the agreed work scope.
- Reviewing and incorporating relevant Operating Experience Feedback into work packs.
- Developing work packs in a timely manner, driven by work pack development milestones.
- Developing work packs to a defined standard and format resulting in a document that is
- Developing and maintain standard work packs for routine maintenance activities.
- Arranging the necessary support resource (internal or external), plant access, and plant
conditions to allow effective delivery of the work scope.
- Determining crew size and required durations to allow effective delivery of the work scope.
- Taking action to resolve issues / conflicts that may present barriers to achieving established milestones providing upward reference as needed.
- Identifying early to the Work Week Manager any restraints preventing timely completion of work packs.
- Working with Engineering to identify required materials and Initiating the ordering of parts and materials and confirming their availability prior to work commencing.
- Evaluating job feed back to improve future work packs.
- Creating and maintaining planning history archives to allow efficient work pack preparation.
- Liaise with contractor work planning resources and take necessary action to arrange plant access, SL resource or advice on plant risks to support contractor activities where access to plant or use of SL delivery resources is required.
- Confirm with personnel preparing contractor work pack that appropriate controls have been adequately considered to mitigate against known facility hazards.
IWM process standards and legislative and regulatory requirements applicable to ensure
safe conduct of work.
- Providing advice and guidance on issues and opportunities relating to work planning and the Integrated Work Management process, ensuring stakeholder involvement and notification if issues or opportunities present an impact on the business or established goals and milestones
Security Clearance:
- You will need to have DV Clearance or be confident that you can obtain it.
This is a great opportunity for the right candidates, and so it will be a popular position. Please apply without delay, or  call Theo King at Carrington West on 02393876037 for any further information you may require.