Australian Naval Infrastructure Pty Ltd (ANI) is the owner, developer and manager of ship and submarine building and sustainment infrastructure in support of the Commonwealth’s continuous naval shipbuilding program.
Since formation in 2017, ANI has developed an enviable reputation for delivering major projects and facilities and operational management. The Commonwealth’s shipbuilding program is expanding to support the recently announced optimal pathway for the AUKUS nuclear-powered submarine and ANI will deliver the core infrastructure required to build these submarines. This will be an exciting addition to the ANI portfolio, enhancing an already significant period of infrastructure development and growth.
Reporting to the Chief Operating Officer, this pivotal senior role will be responsible for ensuring that ANI understands and complies with all relevant nuclear safety and security requirements across its facilities, projects and operations. An essential part of the role is to lead the establishment, maintenance and continual improvement of the nuclear mindset within ANI. Other responsibilities include leading the establishment and implementation of the organisation’s strategies, policies, procedures and standards for nuclear safety and compliance and leading the implementation of appropriate training programs for ANI personnel who have involvement with operations relating to nuclear licensed facilities.
This position will suit someone with significant experience in a position comprising similar responsibilities for nuclear safety. The ability to understand and implement complex engineering and regulatory requirements will be essential as will uncompromising attention to detail, unquestionable integrity, strong relationship building skills and drive, enthusiasm, initiative and flexibility. Also important will be the ability to work collaboratively in both corporate and industrial environments.
This is an exciting opportunity to join a nationally significant organisation playing an important role in Australia’s national security. ANI offers a positive and collaborative culture with flexible work arrangements including compressed hours.
The successful candidate must be eligible to meet requirements for defence security clearance to a (minimum) Negative Vetting 2 level.
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