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Organisational Learning & Continuous Improvement Lead

Organisational Learning & Continuous Improvement Lead

Full Time @RemoteWorker UK in Human Resources
  • Bridgwater, United KingdomView on Map
  • Post Date : Nov 01, 2022
  • Apply Before : Nov 30, 2022

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  • Job ID b3ce895de8c7b4af22aaf4c0ce0c98ca

Job Description

Hinkley Point C with some flexibility of working from home once a week after a probationary period

We are currently looking to recruit an Organisational Learning and Improvement Lead who will play a pivotal role in ensuring the project successfully captures and acts upon observations, incidents, and learning opportunities. Ensuring that events are reported, trending analysis undertaken to identify areas for focus and where necessary that the investigation process is followed to deliver quality and timely investigation output with robust corrective actions, which are tracked and completed effectively to prevent repeat occurrences.

If successful you will be part of the HPC Learning & Continuous Improvement team responsible for the management and ongoing development of the Enable Continuous Improvement process with particular emphasis on driving change to improve safety, quality, time and cost.

The team monitors and encourages through innovative communication methods and strong networking within the project, the capturing and embedment of learning to prevent recurrences of incidents. Working with two other Leads you will manage the Project's Reporting System, ensure accurate and timely reporting and investigation of Health, Safety, Environment, Security & Quality events. This requires a good understanding of the mechanisms of recording, managing and reporting information and how to distil key learning points from information and onward communication of those lessons learnt to the relevant teams.

If you have a passion for ensuring that lessons learnt are captured and embedded within the organisation to continuously improve across all aspects of Health, Safety, Environment and Quality, then this role might just be right for you!

Pay, Benefits And Culture

In addition to excellent salary depending on experience, we offer flexible benefits that support our employees' physical, emotional and financial wellbeing. Examples include: a market-leading company pension scheme, a bonus plan, health cover, electric vehicle leasing, mental health support and employee discounts.

At EDF, everyone's welcome. We strive to create an inclusive and diverse environment where everyone has a voice and where you feel confident being yourself. We're committed to equality, diversity and inclusion. We'd like our future workforce to have an equal gender balance, represent a broad mix of people from minority ethnic backgrounds, LGBTQ+, those with a disability and supporting social mobility.

We're a disability confident employer and will do all we can to support you through your recruitment journey with us. If you would like to talk about adjustments, or support you may need, please note this within your application.

We'll value the difference you bring and give you opportunities to thrive and succeed.

What You'll Be Doing...
  • Responsible for oversight and promoting rigour and pragmatism for the completion of event investigations for the HPC Project to ensure compliance with Nuclear Site Licence Condition 7 - Incidents on Site.
  • Assess and make judgements on learning opportunities, from both internal and external sources, to ensure the project provides an appropriate proportional response, considering the impact on safety, quality, time and cost.
  • Develop and implement data analysis tools, identify trends and perform analysis of trends ensuring the output is presented within differing formats, dependent on the audience and identify recommendation/actions for the site management team.
  • Enable effective communication with Tier 1 contractors to ensure they are aware of, and able to act upon relevant learning opportunities.
  • Provide organisational learning guidance tailored to specific disciplines/areas of the project to Directorates and the Programme Delivery Teams and be a focal point for general organisational learning matters.
  • Key influencer for setting standards and ensuring they are adhered to.
  • Provide technical challenge at the HPC Screening Meeting ensuring all preparation requirements are met and meeting outputs managed and processed.
  • Lead on the development of Key Performance Indicators for the project, and understand leading and lagging indicators and how to use various approaches to maximise improvement.
  • Provide the necessary rigour and attention to detail to maintain a healthy and above all, accurate database of events and learning for the project, ensuring quality checks are performed on the data, remedying issues in a timely manner and provide feedback and coaching where necessary to improve.
  • Provide the connectivity and be the conduit for learning activities to other parts of the business and external locations utilising experience and knowledge of the onsite activities to filter the learning as appropriate for potential impact on the project and applicability to current and foreseeable work streams.
  • Undertake a systematic approach to decision making and prioritisation based on significance of events/learning and potential benefit to future operations and other sites such as Sizewell C.
  • Support the process and provide the focus for capturing & disseminating post activity lessons learned to ensure that each stage of the project maximises the opportunity to learn and improve from the previous stage, and onwards for future projects.
  • Deliver department specific training i.e. investigation training to the project.
  • Deputise for the Learning & Improvement Manager when required by attending Regulatory Meetings and key Site meetings such as Construction Meeting.
  • Display confidence and be competent to undertake challenging projects and influence without authority via strong networking and relationships on the project.
Who You Are...

Knowledge & Skills
  • Fully conversant with online event/incident management platforms - e.g. Intelex-based systems, Airsweb etc.
  • Proven ability to influence and drive adoption of continuous improvement practices throughout a regulated industry
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced delivery oriented environment to seek opportunities to embed immediate change in the organisation and workforce
  • Strong analytical and critical thinking skills coupled with the ability to analyse data and present in various formats, tailored to the audience
  • Knowledge and experience of engineering projects and common challenges and opportunities
  • Current knowledge of health & safety practices within the construction industry
  • Excellent interpersonal, communication and written skills for a variety of audiences, coupled with attention to detail
  • Familiar with working in a high hazard industry
  • Detailed knowledge of event investigation mechanisms and experience of conducting investigations
  • Works with enthusiasm and energy, and can engage confidently and pro-actively with people at all levels of the organisation
Qualifications & Experience
  • Industrial experience within a fast-paced project setting
  • Detailed Knowledge and experience of incident investigation techniques in a technical context and having conducted such investigations.
  • Experience of promoting & using error reduction techniques in a technical context
  • Experience with contractor management and engagement
  • Degree in a related engineering subject or BTEC ONC/HNC or equivalent in Engineering/Construction plus relevant experience and/or NEBOSH Diploma or NVQ Level 6+ in Occupational Health & Safety
  • APM Introductory Certificate or equivalent qualification in Project Management advantageous
  • Accreditation with a professional body
Closing date: 30th Oct 2022

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