Welcome to the Science & Technology Facilities Council Hub

The Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC) is a place where curiosity-driven, blue-skies thinking meets practical, application-led science and engineering. STFC is home to an incredibly diverse array of research, technology and engineering projects – and each one promises to fire the imagination.

The work we do helps to shape societies, strengthen economies, build industries, create jobs and transform lives. So just imagine what we can do for your career.

We recruit from most STEM disciplines.

Degree Apprenticeships

2 opportunities - multiple vacancies.


1 opportunity - multiple vacancies.

Graduate Jobs

Currently closed - opening Autumn 2022.

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The UK invests around £460 million a year in science and technology research.
STFC is one of Europe's largest multi-disciplinary research organisations.
We were founded in April 2007.
STFC employs 1,700 people.
3,600 people access the UK science facilities.
Over 7,900 students have Followed us on Gradcracker.

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Kai Souchon-Parow

Millimetre Wave Engineer

"Working at STFC is challenging and interesting – every day we are pushing the edges of research and development."

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Ffion Whitehouse

Graduate Software Engineer

"I love working at STFC. I’m never bored, the work is challenging and interesting, I work with some great people and as a graduate I now have a great network of friends."

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New published papers reveal how new instrument MOONS will be used in astronomy

The European Southern Observatory (ESO) has published three papers about the ground-breaking instrument, MOONS, and the possibilities it will offer for galactic and extra-galactic astronomy research when it is installed on ESO’s Very Large Telescope (VLT) at the Paranal Observatory in northern...

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NA62 experiment at CERN reports first evidence for ultra-rare process that could lead to new physics

Today the CERN NA62 collaboration, which is part-funded by the UK’s Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC) and involves a number of UK scientists, presented at the ICHEP 2020 conference in Prague the first significant experimental evidence for the ultra-rare decay of the charged kaon...

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