Under the supervision of the Nuclear Security of Materials and Facilities Section Head and guidance of the Team Leader of the Radioactive Material (RMS) Security Team, the Nuclear Security Officer (RMS Regulatory Infrastructure) will help establish and implement the IAEA activities for the promotion of IAEA guidance documents for security of radioactive material in use and storage and associated facilities. The Nuclear Security Officer (RMS Regulatory Infrastructure) will work with technical officers to support the establishment of national legal and regulatory frameworks for radioactive material security activities, support the establishment and upgrading of national infrastructures for the security of radioactive material in use and storage, and coordinate the international organization of activities to improve the security of radioactive material and associated activities.
In addition, the Nuclear Security Officer (RMS Regulatory Infrastructure) will be responsible for implementing selected activities such as the preparation of technical and international guidance documents, conducting training events, and participating in assessment and advisory missions. Further, he/she will be expected to provide support to the development of States Integrated Nuclear Security Support Plans (INSSP) and to the implementation of actions to support these Plans.
The Nuclear Security Officer (RMS Regulatory Infrastructure) is: (1) a recognized specialist in all aspects related to the establishment and strengthening of regulatory infrastructure for nuclear security of radioactive material and associated facilities; (2) a technical leader for IAEA missions to developing countries, leading discussions with decision-makers and high level representatives of States and other relevant international organizations and initiatives relating to regulatory infrastructure; and (3) a liaison between representatives of national regulatory bodies and other competent authorities in States, experts and senior managers in the field of nuclear security infrastructure for radioactive material.