Challenge and Organisational Learning Director

Recruiter
Magnox Ltd
Location
Location: Flexible
Salary
Salary: Competitive
Posted
01 Oct 2018
Closes
15 Oct 2018
Ref
GSeNDA
Position/Level
Director
Sector
Energy
Contract Type
Permanent
Language
English

We are helping to change Britain’s nuclear legacy into an environmental one. As one of the largest reactor decommissioning programmes in Europe, we are seeking to build a special team of world-leading professionals. A team that can help accomplish our mission safely, securely and cost-effectively. It’s a unique opportunity for talented individuals who want to help the country turn a corner.

The Challenge and Organisational Learning Director will sit as member of the Executive, playing a key role in the development and delivery of approaches, plans and methodologies by seeking out and bringing back ideas and best practice from wider industry. You will be responsible for challenging ways of working across the Magnox organisation, driving excellence and continuous improvement across all activities and specifically project delivery. Leading on value-for-money initiatives, innovative approaches and organisational learning, you will collaborate across the Magnox organisation to constantly challenge and improve how we deliver the decommissioning mission. You will also work with the NDA functional teams to leverage resources, best practice and capability for the benefit of the Group.

To succeed in this role, you must be an experienced networker and leader, with a track record of designing and delivering transformation, able to envision and articulate opportunities to improve complex operations and processes. You will be able to demonstrate success in driving and delivering effective continuous improvement, and will be comfortable challenging and influencing senior stakeholders.

For further information and to apply please click on the apply button or speak to our advising consultant at GatenbySanderson - Stephanie Crossland on 0113 268 0704.

Closing date: Monday 29th October 2018