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Head of Security and Resilience

Location: Carlisle or Crewe
Organisation: Direct Rail Services
Reference: DRS004

                                            Head of Security and Resilience

                                                   Competitive package

Direct Rail Services is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA). Since its formation in 1995, DRS has developed and maintained an industry leading reputation for providing safe, secure, reliable and cost effective services within both the nuclear and non-nuclear related markets.

As a profitable, dynamic business with a £75 million turnover per annum and over 400 staff, DRS has sustained and developed critical UK Nuclear transport capability and supported the decommissioning activities for the NDA and UK Nuclear Mission. Whilst it has diversified into other services, its raison d’etre will remain firmly focused on the transportation of specialist nuclear materials.

As Head of Security and Resilience, you will provide outstanding leadership for developing the culture and all associated management arrangements for DRS security.  With senior, unsurpassed expertise developed within a highly pressurised, comparable security critical industry, you will bring experience of planning, training and responding to major incidents and business continuity events at a strategic and tactical level. Moreover, you will apply your highly resilient, calm and professional capabilities to deliver regulatory security compliance in a professional manner.

Closing date for applications is: Friday 23rd December 2016

For a confidential discussion, please contact David Thomas on 07967 172 902 or Balvinder Sangha on 07739 508 312.


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