Committee on Radioactive Waste Management (CoRWM), MembersClosed
|Body:||Committee on Radioactive Waste Management|
|Appointing Department:||Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy|
|Skills required:||Major Projects|
|Number of Vacancies:||Up to 8 Non-Executive Members|
|Remuneration:||The Members will receive a part-time payment at the rate of £300 per day. Reasonable travel and subsistence expenses will be reimbursed.|
|Time Requirements:||Members will work a minimum of 25 days a year up to a maximum of 45 days per year. Any additional days worked will be on a voluntary basis.|
Closed for Applications
Final Interview Date
26 July, 29 July, 1 August & 2 August
Deputy Director, Decommissioning, Radioactive Material and GDF • Departmental Official
CoRWM Chair • Representative of Organisation
Head of Waste Policy, DAERA, Northern Ireland • Other Panel Member
The role of the Committee members is to advise and scrutinise the UK Government, Devolved Administrations, Nuclear Decommissioning Authority and Radioactive Waste Management on the management of radioactive waste. Members have different areas of expertise which include technical, geological, legal etc.
The Committee is seeking to recruit new members with different skills and expertise.
The responsibilities of CoRWM members include:
- supporting the Chair in delivering CoRWM’s Work Programme which is agreed annually with Sponsor Ministers;
- attending Plenary meetings six times a year;
- working within subgroups to focus on specific areas of CoRWM’s Work Programme according to their expertise;
- regularly meeting with the UK Government, Devolved Administrations, the NDA and RWM through subgroup meetings and providing independent oral scrutiny and advice;
- developing CoRWM position papers and reports which formally provide advice to the UK Government, Devolved Administrations and stakeholders;
- operating in an independent, professional and transparent way.
Your application should demonstrate at least one of the essential criteria below.
- safety case experience and application of inventory management practices in different applicable geologies;
- community engagement, stakeholder management, education, and participatory planning and delivery activities relevant to major infrastructure delivery;
- decommissioning management issues;
- broad experience of the nuclear industry, its history and practices and the span of attributes of the radioactive waste inventory;
- knowledge of current and past industry technologies and radioactive waste issues, particularly in the context of reactor types, formats and materials as well as best practice and management issues relating to low level, intermediate level and high-level radioactive waste; and
- design, construction, operation and management experience of deep geological structures and facilities.
- International as well as UK operational experience in the nuclear or radioactive waste management field;
- Experience of advising on complex issues such as those encountered on major infrastructure projects. This can include engaging with communities on large infrastructure projects and developing public engagement strategies;
- Knowledge and expertise on the UK Radioactive Waste Inventory, including the type and quantity of waste, and the hazards and risks associated with it; and
- Experience of public processes and interactions, including those involving consent-based engagement and delivery.
BEIS is committed to providing equal opportunities for all, irrespective of race, age, disability, gender, marital status, religion, sexual orientation, transgender and working patterns and to the principle of public appointments on merit with independent assessments, openness and transparency of process.
BEIS offers professional training courses on public sector finance and governance for those new to the public sector.
|CoRWM NED - Diversity monitoring form|
|CoRWM NED - Applicant Pack|