Associate Nuclear Safety Officer-RAS

International Atomic Energy Agency

About the organization

The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) in Vienna, Austria is the world’s center for cooperation in the nuclear field committed to promoting safe, secure and peaceful uses of nuclear technology. The IAEA offers opportunities to engage current, meaningful issues of global peace, security and development while working in a multicultural environment.

Working at the IAEA is a rewarding experience and provides an opportunity to contribute to the promotion of peaceful uses of nuclear technology and to sustainable development. As the largest contributor to IAEA programs, the U.S. is committed to encouraging well-qualified Americans to apply for professional posts at the IAEA.

The IAEA employs professionals from a variety of scientific and policy backgrounds. The IAEA offers different types of employment opportunities: for professional and general service posts; consultants and experts; junior staff, through internships; and the Junior Professional Officer programme.


The Associate Nuclear Safety Officer (RAS) provides analytical, scientific, engineering, or project
support and assistance to the professional staff in the Regulatory Activities Section and assists them in carrying out their role and responsibilities through: organizing inputs from experts, collating and preparing technical material for use in meetings for safety standards development, assisting in preparing technical presentations, technical meetings, consultant meetings and peer review services. The incumbent will work with international and multidisciplinary teams and will be expected to co-ordinate some of the section’s activities with other sections. He/she will have a focus on the organisation and technical support to the Small Modular Reactors Regulators Forum meetings.
Role: The Associate Nuclear Safety Officer (RAS) is: (1) a programme supporter in the activities aimed at helping Member States to enhance nuclear safety regulatory framework and infrastructure; (2) a
technical assistant, supporting evaluation, development and implementation of technical cooperation and programme activities in the area of regulatory infrastructure (3) an analyst, gathering, monitoring, evaluating, extracting, consolidating data from different sources and documentation available in-house and obtained from Member States for the purpose of providing scientific, engineering technical, and project managerial support to professional Section staff


• University degree in a scientific or engineering discipline relevant to nuclear safety;
• At least two years of related experience, including project management experience;
• Fluency in spoken and written English. Knowledge of another official IAEA language (Arabic,
Chinese, French, Russian, Spanish) is an asset



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