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NDA Archive recruitment begins

Recruitment will shortly begin in earnest for the new NDA (Nuclear Decommissioning Authority) Archive currently being built in Wick.

The facility will not only collect and store records from across the nuclear industry, but will also house the impressive collection of the local Caithness Archive.

As principal contractor Morrison Construction has ensured that the building has developed rapidly and many of the subcontractors are local companies.  

The NDA contracted Restore Scan, a document management specialist company, as its commercial partner to manage the facility once the build is complete. 

A diverse range of roles and opportunities will become available with Restore Scan and with its sub-contractors Key FM, Highlife Highland and Profile Security. These positions will involve specialist archiving and records management, security, administration and general operations. Initially up to 20 jobs will be created, with ongoing potential for this number to increase.  A dedicated jobs fair will be held in Wick, running from the 11th – 12th May for those interested in the vacancies and for anyone wishing to learn more about the Archive generally.

Restore Scan recently announced the appointment of David Hindle as Archive Manager.  Currently working as Programme Manager for the implementation of the Commercial Partner services for the new Archive in Wick, Mr Hindle has held many significant head of department roles in the world of global outsourcing and has specialised in document and information management.  

Looking forward to his new role Mr Hindle commented: “The NDA’s archive will play a unique role in preserving knowledge for the future, whether this be vital nuclear records or documents of historical significance to Caithness. I have been close to project  throughout the bid phase and spent quite a significant amount of time in Caithness over the last eighteen months. The local people made me feel very welcome.  I am looking forward to working with them to make the archive something for us all to be proud of.”