Welcome to the AWE Hub

AWE plays a crucial role in national nuclear security. Working to support UK defence we’re a community of creative thinkers from all kinds of backgrounds in all kinds of roles, with one clear mission - to keep everyone and everything around us safe and secure.

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Typically recruits

  • Aerospace
  • Chemical/Process
  • Civil/Building
  • Computing/Technology
  • Electronic & Electrical
  • Materials & Minerals
  • Mechanical/Manufacturing
  • Sciences/Maths

To find out more about our organisation please visit:
www.awe.co.uk

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AWE has played a crucial role in the defence of the United Kingdom for over 60 years.
AWE's work covers the entire lifecycle of nuclear warheads - from concept to disposal.
AWE employs approximately 5,000 staff (plus around 6,000 contractors).
AWE's headquarters are in Aldermaston, Berkshire.
AWE houses some of the world's most advanced experimental facilities.

Work Placements & Graduate Opportunities

Chris

Graduate Engineer

"I find it really rewarding to see the physical development of what you’re working on."

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John

Graduate Commissioning Engineer

"AWE also has a very positive attitude towards investing in its future with the next generation of graduates."

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Gurjinder- Graduate Electrical Warhead Engineer

"Working at AWE has given me the opportunity to further develop my professional skills both technical and non-technical."

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A young graduate is calling on more women to take on engineering roles

Catriona Hudson is calling on women to be determined to increase the number of women in engineering roles.

Added: 27th June 2017

Raising the Church Roof

29/04/2015 AWE has donated £250 to a local charity that is raising money for the renovation of the 900 year old St Peter’s Church in Ufton Nervet, which is to become a local Cultural Community Centre. St Peter’s Ufton Charitable Trust, was set up in 2002, when the much needed renovations of the Grade II listed church began. Prior to this St Peter’s church was in decay and had been redundant for many years. Michele Maidment, Secretary to the AWE community committee...