Issue No. 38 Autumn
(November 2012)


ENS News

Word from the President

ENS conducts a survey on the Mobility of Nuclear Professionals

ENS Events

ENC 2012

ENC 2012 Careers

Pime 2013

ETRAP 2013

RRFM 2013

Member Societies

GammaTRACER/ShortLINK system for decommissioning of the Italian Garigliano nuclear plant

50th Anniversary of the Belgian Association for Radiological Protection BVS-ABR

SNS seminar successfully enhances basic knowledge of nuclear power

Vietnamese university lecturers attend nuclear training course at Budapest University of Technology and Economics

Bulgarian Nuclear Society Conference

CENEN Summer School of Nuclear Engineering

Bucharest one of three European cities to host ambitious laser research project

Nuclear New Build at Kozloduy


YGN Report

Topfuel 2012: A Young Generation Nuclear Report

TopFuel 2012 – a personal perspective

ENS-YGN at IYNC 2012

SNUS at Summer Music Festival

Corporate Members

Laboratory for Nuclear Calibration recognised as a reference laboratory for ionising radiation metrology

European Institutions

Head of Unit –Site Management and Nuclear Safety (Karlsruhe, Germany)

ENS World News

4th FEM’ENERGIA AWARD: Women of Talent in Nuclear


ENS sponsored conferences

ENS Members

Links to ENS Member Societies

Links to ENS Corporate Members

Editorial staff

ENC 2012

ENC 2012
9 - 12 December 2012 in Manchester, United Kingdom


Pime 2013

PIME 2013
17 - 20 February 2013 in Zurich, Switzerland

ETRAP 2013

ETRAP 2013
12 - 15 March 2013 in Vienna, Austria

RRFM 2013

RRFM 2013
21 - 25 April 2013 in Saint Petersburg, Russia


Head of Unit – Site Management and Nuclear Safety (Karlsruhe, Germany)

Based at the Institute for Transuranium Elements, the European Commission’s Site Management and Nuclear Safety Unit supports all activities to meet legal requirements regarding radiation, physical and environmental protection. At the same time, it delivers the technical services necessary to conduct wide-ranging research, whilst co-ordinating regular maintenance and upgrades for buildings, infrastructure and facilities.

Heading up this unit, you will interpret and apply legislation and best practice, oversee accident prevention and detection, and manage all aspects of radioactive waste handling, storage and transport. At all times, you will act as the central point of contact for the German authorities, whilst translating strategy into operational programmes, allocating workstreams, mentoring and developing your team.

Fluent in English, German and a third official EU language, and educated to at least degree level, you will bring substantial exposure to leadership roles. This should be backed by extensive professional experience of radiation protection, physical protection and the control of radioactive substances, and you will be fully versed in the disposal of hazardous wastes. Finally, you will possess a scientific mindset, strong negotiating and interpersonal skills, and the confidence to take ownership of a significant nuclear facility



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