Asset Data Analyst: closing date September 30, 2022

Vacancy Reference

NV 27 22

Job title

Asset Data Analyst

Type of vacancy

Open – permanent

Date of issue

July 28, 2022

Closing Date

September 30, 2022

HR contacts

[email protected]


Band 4 Zone A

Rate of pay

Admission: £47,396

Fully Competent: £51,780

Full contributor: £56,493

Broad role


working model


Operating unit


Number of vacant rooms


Background information

Effective January 31, 2022, Nuclear Waste Services was created to combine all NDA Waste activities, providing greater flexibility and fostering improvements and synergies within the NDA Group. This brings together LLW Repository Limited, Radioactive Waste Management Limited and the NDA Integrated Waste Management Program (each with their own IT, infrastructure and systems teams).

Role Description

Provide asset management and asset information support to backend system and asset manager. Act as subject matter expert to develop LLWR Asset Information System using MS365 and other related applications.


  • Create, develop and maintain an asset information system and supporting databases that combine system engineer data into an effective capability that will be easy for system engineers to use for data analysis and to From this system, develop and maintain KPIs that allow plant owners to make data-driven decisions.

  • Support system engineers in the production of electronic asset management plans.

  • Coordinate and maintain current LLWR Asset Risk Register with System Engineers and Plant Owners.

  • Lead the development and maintenance of asset management statistics and risk appetite metrics on behalf of the Master System and Asset Manager.

  • Represent the Senior System and Asset Manager at NDA Asset Management and Asset Information workshops, supporting any work required to and from the workshops.

  • Provide day-to-day management of the LLWR System Asset Management and Engineering processes, supporting the Core System and Asset Manager in their role as Process Owner.

  • Act as a subject matter expert on the use of MS365/SharePoint/MS teams for broader LLWR engineering and site teams

  • Provide support to the BIM coordinator in the development and maintenance of the common data environment and align with the asset information system.

  • Provide ad-hoc day-to-day support, as needed, to backend system and asset manager

Essential Skills/Qualifications

  • Relevant qualification in engineering, asset management, IT, business or administration.

  • Demonstrable experience and proficiency in data engineering and modeling

  • Understanding of the MS365/MS Teams suite, with demonstrable experience using this software.

  • Proven ability to manage and prioritize own workload against multiple stakeholders and competing priorities.

  • Can demonstrate the ability to engage and impact others and work effectively within a larger team.

  • Excellent verbal and written communication and presentation skills.

Desirable skills/qualifications

  • Knowledge of asset management principles, PAS55 and ISO55000.

  • Experience in CMMS systems at superuser level

  • Experience in managing/leading change in an organization.



Reports to

Senior System and Asset Manager

Further information

For more information on this job opening, please contact:

Nuclear Waste Services Human Resources Department

Tel: 019467 70302/ 019467 70221/ 019467 22650

Email: [email protected]

Submission process

Please send your CV and completed application form before the closing date to:

Security clearance

All positions are subject to a basic security clearance. If necessary, an SC authorization can also be requested.

General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) 2018

Nuclear Waste Services undertakes to treat all data fairly and lawfully and will not transmit any personal data for incompatible purposes. If you would like more information, please consult the GDPR compliance statement available on the intranet or request a copy from the Human Resources department.

Equal opportunities

We are committed to having a workforce representative of the community it serves at all levels of the organization. We therefore welcome applications from all walks of life and from all sections of the community.

As a candidate, you can be assured that we will take positive steps to ensure:

  • Job descriptions and associated terms relate to the particular job, define the qualifications, experience, and other skills required for the job, and include only those factors that are necessary and justifiable on objective criteria for the position. satisfactory performance of the work.

  • All applicants are treated equally and fairly throughout the recruitment and selection process.

  • All decisions are made in accordance with our equality policy and recruitment and selection decisions are made on merit – in accordance with the job requirements and skills set for the vacancy.

And when you become an employee, we aim to ensure:

  • Fair, transparent and equal opportunity in learning and development and terms of service.

  • A work environment free from discrimination, bullying, harassment and victimization and where all complaints are promptly investigated and addressed.

  • A work environment where a person’s identity and culture are valued and respected.

  • Disability Positive

  • We value and encourage diversity within our workforce. As part of our goal to provide quality services, we are committed to promoting equality and eliminating discrimination.

We are Disability Confident accredited. This demonstrates our commitment to encouraging people with disabilities to apply for jobs by guaranteeing them an interview, provided they meet the minimum requirements for the position.

As an employer, we are aware of our obligations under the Equality Act 2010 and are committed to providing support and making reasonable adjustments to enable full participation in the process. It is important that you inform the Human Resources department of any requirements. We will consider all reasonable adjustments. Examples include: changing the timing of the interview, allowing more time for assessments, providing materials or assistance throughout the process, eg a reader or scribe/hearing loops.

Mobility within the NDA group

All applicants within the NDA group of companies may be eligible to have certain elements of their terms and conditions protected when they voluntarily accept employment with another NDA group company. If your application is successful, your current group employer’s HR team will work with the new group employer’s HR team to ensure the appropriate protections are implemented in your contract offer. For more details, please contact a member of your current HR team.

Working for Nuclear Waste Services

Along with the huge career scope of Nuclear Waste Services, the personal benefits are great, including:

  • Very competitive salary

  • Generous bonus program

  • Vacation pay

  • Attractive defined contribution pension plan

  • Child care voucher program

  • Work-Cycle Program

  • sickness benefit

  • Group life insurance plan

For more information on other benefits, please visit the Rewards and Benefits section of our website.

You are advised to regularly check your email (including any junk/spam folders) for correspondence related to this position, including invitations for an assessment or interview and any other type of correspondence relating to your application.

In the event of a high number of responses to an advertisement, Nuclear Waste Services reserves the right to close the vacancy early.

Sean N. Ayres