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Business Support

Gloucestershire, Gloucester
Up to £18.01 per hour
Closing date
16 Feb 2024

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A confident and eager administrator is required to provide proactive business support to Independent Nuclear Assurance.

The main element of the role will be to provide cradle to grave support to the minute taking process for the Nuclear Generation Nuclear Safety Committee meeting, noting the individual will be required to attend all 10 scheduled meetings, as well as any Special Nuclear Safety Committee meetings held throughout the year. The meetings are split between Gloucester Business Park and the Power Stations so some travel will be required. Excellent communication and organisational skills, along with initiative is required to ensure minutes are completed to a high standard and within stated timescales in this fast-paced environment.

The individual will form part of a small business support team and will also provide support and absence cover to an existing team member in connection with administration of the Nuclear Safety Committee process and other routine tasks. In addition, this individual will be required to take ownership for other departmental processes as set by the Business Support Team Lead.

The role could be full or part time and also allows some flexible working from home.

Main responsibilities:

  • Providing secretarial support to the Nuclear Safety Committee to include:
    • Attending all Nuclear Safety Committee meetings to record / minute meetings / take actions.
    • Transcription of minutes and distribution for review by case officers, Nuclear Safety Committee, Technical Lead and other interested parties, including collation of feedback.
    • Maintaining the Nuclear Safety Committee action list and follow up as required.
    • Gaining approval of minutes from the Nuclear Safety Committee chairperson
    • Final distribution of minutes to stakeholders.
    • Summarising and addressing any minute corrections, plus final distribution to the Office for Nuclear Regulation.
    • Electronic filing of minutes on company systems.
    • Point of contact for Nuclear Safety Committee station contacts.
    • Attends and plays an active part in Nuclear Safety Committee pre-job briefs and post job debriefs. Takes actions, circulates post meeting and follows up as required.
    • Preparation of Category 2 Engineering Change list / book.
    • Review and update of Nuclear Safety Committee process related procedures.
    • Provides support / absence cover to Centre & Assessment business support to include:
      • Nuclear Safety Committee administration
      • Independent Nuclear Safety Assessment reporting
      • Processing engineering change proposals in Asset Management Suite

Knowledge, Skills, Attributes & Experience required:

  • A good working knowledge of Microsoft office products (e.g. Teams, Outlook, Word, PowerPoint and Excel) is required, along with excellent organisational skills.
  • Attention to detail and accuracy is essential.
  • Excellent organisational skills.
  • A flexible approach with the ability to work on own initiative.
  • Discretion - confidentiality when dealing with sensitive and personal information.
  • Ability to communicate effectively at all levels of the organisation.

Key Benefits working with Manpower

  • 36 days holiday accrual (pro-rata) including bank holidays
  • Company pension scheme
  • Access to Manpower's online training platform 'powerYOU', giving you access to hundreds of online training courses
  • Opportunity to be selected for additional upskilling and career support through Manpower's MyPath programme
  • Dedicated Manpower Account Specialist to provide support during your assignment

If successful, you will be employed by Manpower working on a temporary assignment at our client's site and will need to undergo BPSS checks as well as a drug & alcohol test.

Unfortunately, due to the number of CVs received we are unable to contact everyone in person. If you have not heard from Manpower within 15 business days of submitting your application, unfortunately, your application has not been shortlisted on this occasion.


As the nation’s largest producer of low-carbon electricity, EDF are looking for sharp minds to join the team and help shape the UK’s energy future.

They aim to become the best, most trusted energy supplier for their customers, through trust, transparency and teamwork. That’s why they have developed a working environment where you can perform at your best; where you’re empowered with the skills and opportunities to achieve great things.

Don’t just take it from us – take a look at what this Manpower employee thinks about working onsite at EDF in Hove:

“Working with Manpower at EDF has been a fantastic experience. I’ve worked in three assignments here, and found them all interesting and varied. EDF is a great company and the Manpower team are always really supportive and helpful” – Kevin, Customer Service Advisor

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