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Recruiter: Civil Nuclear Constabulary
Listed on: 23rd August
Location: Culham, Oxfordshire
Salary/Rate: £23,742 - £26,379
Salary Notes: plus a generous benefits package
Type: Permanent
Start Date: ASAP
Reference: CNC1_republished_2019-10-17
Contact Name: Civil Nuclear Constabulary

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Use your technical skills to make sure our officers are always in close contact.

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 an Operational Communications System Administrator, you will play your part by making sure our front-line police always have the technology to communicate effectively.

The Operational Communications Team is responsible for critical voice communications systems (currently Airwave TETRA) used by front line police officers and control room staff.  As part of this team, you will ensure systems operate like clockwork by tackling a range of crucial support tasks. Whenever staff call with queries about the system, you'll be the first point of contact, giving advice and information. You'll also provide 1st line maintenance support, on site and remotely, and see that any faulty Airwave assets are fixed or replaced. Your role extends to dealing with Airwave licence matters; managing the stock of Airwave assets; handling Airwave equipment suppliers; and helping your team with improvements as well as day-to-day work. 

To join us, you must have a relevant qualification (or equivalent experience) in a technical discipline. We'll also expect you to be adept at asset management, able to deal with customers and communications, and used to providing first-line support. You'll combine all this with an organised approach, attention to detail and the motivation to get jobs done. Team-focused and good with people, you'll be capable of writing business documents and able to travel between sites. A full UK/EU driving licence is essential.    

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Closing date: 15th September 2019