Nuclear Waste Services manage and dispose of the UK’s nuclear radioactive waste safely and securely for generations to come. They have a critical role in the biggest multi-decade clean-up project in Europe. As part of the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA) group, Nuclear Waste Services provide permanent answers for nuclear waste.
As part of their 2023 expansion plans, Nuclear Waste Services has a requirement for the following engineers:
- Electrical Engineers
- Mechanical Engineers
- Project Engineers
- Environmental Engineers
- Costing Engineers
- IT Systems Engineers
- Logistic Managers
- Procurement Leads
- Research Managers
- Quanitity Surveyors
- Business Analysts
- Geological Team Leaders
- Environmental Advisors
- Good first degree in science or engineering discipline.
- Chartered status membership (or working towards it) of a relevant professional institution.
- Appreciation of the requirements for the geological disposal of radioactive wastes and materials.
- Understanding of Systems Engineering / Architecture.
- Proven ability to produce clear, concise written technical work that is appropriate for a range of audiences.
- Ability to direct contractors who are recognised experts in their fields
- Strong influencing skills together with the ability to communicate at all levels.
- A pragmatic, problem-solving approach, in particular the ability to identify the key issues and distinguish the essential from the ‘nice to have’.
- Willingness to work as a team member and learn new skills.
- Ability to work on parallel tasks, often to tight deadlines.
- Proven project management skills.
- Ability to develop a strategic understanding and identify wider impacts on other work areas.
- Ability to facilitate workshops with varied stakeholders and varied viewpoints to come to solutions.
Aside from the huge professional scope at Nuclear Waste Services, the personal benefits are excellent, these include:
- Very competitive salary
- Generous bonus scheme
- Holiday allowances
- Attractive pension schemes
- Cycle to work scheme
- Sick pay
- Group life assurance scheme
We value the unique differences that each of our colleagues bring to work every day and are committed to creating an environment where everyone feels respected, included and able to perform at their best. At Nuclear Waste Service we are committed to creating a workplace that is diverse and inclusive. We value the diversity of our people and actively seek to have a workforce that represents the rich diversity of the communities we support. Currently we are underrepresented in some areas, and would particularly welcome applicants from Women, Black, Asian and Ethnic Minorities, LGBTQ+ and candidates who have a disability.
In promoting equal opportunities, Nuclear Waste Service welcomes applications from all sections of the community. We select people according to their abilities and our needs. As users of the disability confident scheme, we guarantee to interview all disabled applicants who meet all of the essential criteria for the vacancy. In cases where we have a high volume of disabled candidates who meet all of the essential criteria, Nuclear Waste Service will interview the best candidates from within that group.