The Civil Nuclear Constabulary (CNC) is an armed police service that’s dedicated to the nuclear industry. Our vision is to be recognised as a provider of a world-class service for the protection of nuclear material and facilities. Given the critical nature of our work, it’s vital that we recruit skilled and committed professionals to our high-performing team. As Operational Communications Technician, you’ll play a crucial role in keeping our officers in constant contact.
Our Operational Communications Team ensures that our front line officers are able to communicate with each other day-to-day, and with other emergency services in the event of an incident. It will be your responsibility to support the Operational Communications team in providing an intelligent delivery function and additional resilience to core activities
You will get involved in a range of specific projects – such as integrating communications betweenCNCpersonnel and third party sites – as well as bringing your expertise and industry knowledge to ever-improve our systems in line with the broader strategy. Flexible in your approach, and should it be required, you’ll also help with the system administration and practical maintenance of our systems. The nature of the role demands attention to detail and an ability to work in a secure environment.
The role holder will provide planning, support and delivery activities relating to the Operational Communications Team scope of work, adopting and developing best practices such as; ITIL, Lean Six Sigma and Prince 2 and use these to engage in and drive OC workstreams and projects to a successful conclusion.
To join us, you’ll need extensive experience of Airwave technology and installation in an emergency service or a similar organisation. Thanks to this background, you’ll know how to install, integrate and maintain technical radio or communication systems. Your expertise will be based on a relevant degree, an equivalent vocational qualification or relevant work experience.
In addition, you will demonstrate the ability to capture and document user and technical requirements, as well as have superb communication and team-working skills. A willingness to travel to other sites as required and a full UK driving licence are also essential.
Above all, you’ll be making sure that our technology meets strict security requirements and complies with licence terms, both now and in the future.
To apply or find out more about this role, please visit www.cnc.jobs
Closing date: 9TH February 2021