Mark Jervis has today announced he is set to retire after 9 years as Managing Director of International Nuclear Services.
Mark intends to retire from his position in about 6 months’ time – at around the end of September 2017.
INS Chairman, Dr Adrian Simper, made the following statement:
“Mark has been a key figure in the nuclear industry, both in the UK and internationally, for over 35 years. I shall miss his contribution, his experience and wisdom, and his commitment to INS, which has never wavered in all the time I have known him.
As you would expect from Mark he remains fully committed to his current role and to INS and will remain in post until his retirement or until his successor is available, if this is later than September.”
Mark Jervis said:
“It has been a real pleasure and honour to lead this organisation for the last 9 years. I’ve been lucky to work alongside such talented, professional and friendly people – both inside and outside of INS – during that time.
It’s a demanding role and later this year will be the right time to hand over to someone who can take INS through the next phase of its development. I will continue to drive the organisation forward while my successor is identified.”