nucleargraduates is on a mission to create a diverse pipeline of future talent for the nuclear industry.
Whether your passion lies within science, engineering or business, the nucleargraduates programme will ensure that during your two years with us, you will gain an invaluable insight into the nuclear sector, taking on challenges and having the opportunity to make a real difference.
Upon completion of the two-year programme you will take up a substantive role within your sponsoring organisation. The sponsoring organisations for this opportunity are: Magnox Ltd, Office for Nuclear Regulation (ONR) and Rolls Royce.
The nucleargraduates Experience
A video demonstrating the key values and benefits that the company offers.
The Sponsoring Organisations
Magnox Ltd is a nuclear decommissioning Site Licence Company (SLC). Their mission is to safely and securely deliver our 12 sites to closure with a workforce who:
Are focused on achieving value for our customers and the taxpayer,
Are motivated to deliver the site closure programmes
Have clear future employment opportunities
Magnox Ltd is responsible for ensuring that their activities are carried out safely, securely and predictably, with due regard for the environment, to the satisfaction of the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority and in the long-term interests of the organisation, their employees, local communities and their supply chain partners.
The mission of the ONR is to protect society by securing safe nuclear operations focusing on:
nuclear site health and safety;
nuclear safeguards; and
safety of transport of nuclear and radioactive materials
The ONR independently regulates nuclear safety and security at 36 nuclear licensed sites in the UK, ensuring that the nuclear industry controls its hazards effectively, has a culture of continuous improvement and maintains high standards.
Rolls-Royce pioneers cutting-edge technologies that deliver clean, safe and competitive solutions that meet the planet’s vital power needs today an into the future. Their purpose is to use that power to connect, power and protect society, and as an organisation are determined to use their position as a global power group to play a role in creating a resilient, inclusive, net zero carbon future. Rolls Royce has significant scale in naval and is the technical authority for through-life support of the nuclear power plant for the Royal Navy's submarine fleet.
The Role of an Electrical, Control and Instrumentation (EC+I) Engineer
As an electrical engineering on the nucleargraduates programme you can expect to be involved in activities such as the design and installation of new technology, the upgrading or decommissioning of older electronics on both. As EC&I encompasses the whole life cycle it provides many opportunities for you to have a big impact on one single project or work on a variety simultaneously. You may be involved in testing and quality of electronic control systems used in plant operations ensuring equipment always remains safe.
At the ONR, the successful candidate will work on plants across all of the UK’s 36 nuclear licensed sites. Your focus will be on the safety assessment and inspection of the design, installation, commissioning, maintenance and operation of electrical engineering systems and components of the plants.
nucleargraduates is a vibrant, industry led graduate development programme featuring:
Opportunities to collaborate with leading experts across a diverse industry on projects that have real impact
Three secondments across the nuclear sector (with the possibility of an international secondment) providing opportunities to explore a range of careers across the industry
Technical knowledge and professional development opportunities structured against the requirements of the relevant institutes or professional bodies
A corporate social responsibility programme which will include sharing your knowledge and enthusiasm with the next generation of industry professionals
Behavioural skills development opportunities
Minimum Eligibility Requirement
A minimum of a 2:2 in Electrical Engineering, Electronic Engineering or Electrical & Electronic Engineering., achieved within the last 5 years
Have the full right to work in the UK (please note we are unable to sponsor visas or accept those with a Graduate visa as candidates will be unable complete the full duration of the programme).
The nucleargraduates programme gives you:
A dedicated team of experts to support your development and progress throughout your programme
A sponsor company lead to provide you with day-to-day support during your programmes and with your secondments
Access to the alumni graduate community enabling you to learn from other experiences and community of practice. A dedicated mentor, assigned to you upon starting the programme who will stay with you throughout your nucleargraduates journey
Opportunities to develop entrepreneurial skills
Allocated budgets to assist you with training, resources, and conferences as well as travel & subsistence
A competitive graduate starting salary
25 days' annual leave, plus bank holidays
6 discretionary days' leave for study and relocation
Contributory pension scheme
Wellbeing and support services
And in return you will give the nucleargraduates programme:
Your enthusiasm, knowledge and skills to inspire the generation and contribute to the future of our industry
Creativity and collaboration
Drive and determination
Willingness to get involved and try new things
Resilience – we don’t expect you to be an expert from day one
Integrity, being impartial, ethical and safe in everything you do
Positivity and commitment to the mission, purpose and values of the nuclear sector
Respect for others
Start date: September/October 2022
We've signed the Gradcracker feedback pledge.
(This means that we will supply feedback if requested after an interview.)