Assistant Terminal Manager

Profession:
Salary: £Negotiable
Contract Type: Permanent contract
Closing Date: 20 Mar 2019
Career Job Description:

Salary range for this post is £Negotiable
Pension Scheme
Support for Continuing Professional Development

International Nuclear Services specialises in delivering the most technically complex, politically charged and highly sensitive transport projects in the world – those involving nuclear materials. We are looking for an Assistant Marine Terminal Manager who would be responsible for supporting the Terminal Manager with the management of Barrow Marine Terminal (BMT) and for managing access to the site, site security, review and execution of terminal operations, managing contractors in the delivery of the above, and ensuring that the terminal is maintained in a good state of repair.

Key Accountabilities

Delivery responsibilities:

  • Delivery responsibilities in support to the Terminal Manager:
  • Managing the health and safety all staff, contractors and visitors to the site
  • Management of the Terminal Services Contract, and maximisation of the opportunities for sale of spare capacity
  • Security and control of access to BMT
  • Review and approval of planned operations on BMT
  • Control of all operations on BMT (lifting, rail and road) in accordance with agreed processes methods and instructions
  • Maintaining the fabric and condition of BMT in a good state of repair
  • Liaison with Pacific Nuclear Transport Limited (PNTL) and Ship Manager regarding vessel operations/activities
  • Act as deputy to the Terminal Manager as required
  • Assisting with budget preparation and reviews
  • To support management and delivery of transport related activities, e.g. health physics, training, PNTL crew liaison
  • To support Ship management team in delivery of ship and physical protection management, as needed
  • To support management and delivery of projects, as needed

Essential Skills / Experience

The role requires someone with experience of managing a small site or similar. Typical qualifications, experience and skills required are:

  • Good standard of education
  • Recognised professional engineering qualification, or equivalent
  • Membership of a relevant professional organisation
  • Good experience/knowledge/understanding of RAM transport operations/site management
  • Demonstrable ability to work across and build effective relationships with all areas of INS, and with customers to enable successful delivery
  • Proven experience of the control of lifting operations, linked to a good knowledge of LOLER Regulations
  • Working knowledge of the application of HS&E, PUWER and ISPS requirements


How to apply

To apply for the above role interested applicants should e-mail their CV along with a covering letter to hr@innuserv.com by 4.00pm on Wednesday 20th March 2019.

Key Dates:

Closing date for applications is 20th March 2019

Interviews will be held w/c 25th March 2019 at Barrow Marine Terminal