At NNL, we have a range of exciting, challenging graduate roles working on exciting nuclear remote operations technology. Working in world-class facilities, you'll be part of a structured 2 year development programme designed to enhance your softer skills, while building on your technical expertise. Thanks to your own dedicated mentor, there to guide and coach you to make sure your training is the best possible in your field. What's more, you'll have all the tools and support you need to reach chartered status. We have a number of opportunities across each of our business areas in a variety of different locations.
Our roles are highly diverse. So when you join us, you’ll be working with brilliant minds and specialists from around the world. It means more opportunities to broaden your experience or specialise in your field. You could even take your career in a whole new direction.
Innovation, state-of-the-art facilities and world-class teamwork are what we do. And you’ll experience them every day when you join National Nuclear Laboratory. Working here means powering the UK’s energy future, shaping and changing it too - by supplying pioneering R&D that monitors, safeguards and drives the nuclear world forward. You’ll be as passionate as us in driving nuclear safety and helping to protect the environment for the future generations to come.
The Ideal Candidate
What you'll need
Scientific Degree - 2:1 or above in any of the below disciplines:
- Chemistry (Located at Stonehouse/Harwell/Sellafield)
- Physics (Located at Sellafield)
- Material Science (Located at Sellafield/Workington)
- Mathematics (Located at Warrington/Sellafield)
- Computer Science (Located at Sellafield)
Engineering Degree - 2:1 or above in any of the below disciplines:
- Mechanical Engineering (Located at Sellafield/Warrington) MEng
- Electrical Engineering (Located at Workington) BEng
- Robotics (Located at Workington)
PhD students are also eligible to apply
You'll be self-motivated and used to working in a diverse team of scientists and engineers. Able to use IT to present reports and data, you'll combine good people skills with a strong customer focus and an innovative approach to everything you do.
About the Company
We play a key role in the UK and global nuclear industry. That means reducing the cost of clean-up and decommissioning, maintaining critical skills and attracting talented new people to the industry. We're the only UK organisation with the skills, facilities and expertise to provide technical support to all aspects of the nuclear industry. What's more, we pride ourselves on offering quality, value and service to every one of our customers.