Established by the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA), nucleargraduates is a ground-breaking graduate programme created to develop a new generation of talented graduates for the UK nuclear industry. Sponsored by a formidable partnership of companies including Rolls-Royce, the Office for Nuclear Regulation (ONR), Magnox Ltd and Sellafield Ltd amongst others.
In an exciting time for the nuclear industry, Magnox Ltd are looking to sponsor graduates on the programme for 2020 to work in quality management.
Magnox Ltd are responsible for safely managing the decommissioning of twelve nuclear sites and the operation of one hydroelectric plant in the UK working for the sites’ owner, the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA). Magnox are responsible for managing the sites through their lifecycles, overseeing all aspects of defueling and decommissioning.
Magnox offer diverse and challenging work, managing sites at the end of generation and the introduction of innovative techniques to accelerate decommissioning and clean-up.
Working in Quality Assurance you will support the development of processes and procedures that help Magnox Ltd make well-informed decisions, ensuring compliance and safety across the organisation. Your day-to-day work will be both interesting and varied, no two days will be same.
You should have knowledge of, or an interest in a range of ISO quality management, environmental and health and safety management systems, auditing and improvement initiatives.
As a nucleargraduate you will have a programme bespoke to you, no two nucleargraduates’ journeys are the same. This is a unique opportunity to experience the different aspects of our complex, ever-changing industry before starting employment with Magnox Ltd to continue your career and professional development.
The two-year programme consists of three secondments chosen by you with the guidance of your mentor. You can expect to find yourself working with Government, on-site, with the private sector supply chain and regulatory authorities. There is also the possibility of undertaking an international secondment. A dedicated mentor, assigned to you upon starting the programme, will help you plan a two-year programme unique to you and your development goals setting you on the road to chartership.
Your nucleargraduates programme will be broken down into technical and behavioural training. It will be structured against the needs of the institute with whom you’re aiming to gain chartered status. You will come together with your fellow graduates to complete ‘core’ training as well as having the benefit of an individual training budget for training specific to your personal development.
On top of this, you will spend 10% of your time with us on Footprints, our corporate social responsibility programme. You will have the opportunity to become a STEM ambassador, passing on your knowledge and enthusiasm to the next generation of engineers and scientists. You will establish a start-up company, developing your commercial awareness and growing your appreciation of the challenges faced by a small business. You will work with local community projects, meeting inspirational individuals. The Footprints programme offers a range of remarkable experiences to help you develop your understanding of the political, social, environmental and community contexts in which the nuclear industry operates, both at home and abroad.
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