To meet all of the technical and commercial demands of building the UK’s low carbon energy future, we need to develop a new generation of talent right across our business. That’s why our Graduate Programmes are so important to us.
From the engineering challenges of operating nuclear power stations to the financial, logistical and human aspects of managing an ever-changing business, the scale and scope of our opportunities is enormous. Whichever path you take, expect real challenges and responsibility from day one and plenty of exciting twists and turns along the way as you contribute to a better energy future for the whole of the UK.
It is worth noting that you will be expected to be flexible in your working location during the graduate scheme. Our schemes aim to provide graduates with broad exposure of our business and as you may be asked to work at a wide range of locations right throughout the UK.
If you’re a science or engineering student who wants to become an expert in nuclear power, this is a great way to start. But don’t just take our word for it: eight leading industry associations have also given it their accreditation.
12 months’ intensive training will give you a solid grounding in various aspects of the operation of nuclear power plants. You’ll spend time working in a power station, learning from some of the world’s leading nuclear power specialists, and begin your journey towards chartered status.
After a year, you’ll be ready to take on a full-time role and contribute to a low-carbon energy future. So which is the right starting point for you?