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NRS Apprentice recruitment campaign

Launches Friday 1st December

For all our futures

Do you want to build YOUR career in a growing industry with hundreds of opportunities in the UK and beyond?

Do you want to work for a company who will mentor you, challenge you and give you the experience you need to gain recognised qualifications?

Do you want to be a part of delivering one of the world’s most important environmental programmes?

We can offer you unrivalled hands-on learning opportunities with some of the most experienced nuclear professionals in the world, alongside first-class training providers who will support you with your college-based learning.

We offer good salaries and benefits, a supportive and friendly working environment as well as further training and progression opportunities.

Whether you are looking for your first job out of full-time education, changing careers or taking your first steps back into the world of work after a career break, this is an opportunity you don’t want to miss.

Who are Nuclear Restoration Services (NRS)?

Nuclear Restoration Services is the new brand of Magnox Ltd. A world leader in its field, NRS is responsible for safely decommissioning the first generation nuclear and research sites across the UK and restoring the sites for all our futures.

We are delivery focused, transformative, innovative, growing and working hard to future-proof the organisation by investing in our workforce, assets, communities, sites and surrounding landscapes to ensure we leave a sustainable nuclear legacy.

NRS is at the forefront of the decommissioning industry, using the latest technology to safely retrieve, treat and package the UK’s nuclear legacy waste.

Safety is at the heart of everything we do, preventing harm to our people, sites and the environment. We also strive to be a supportive and inclusive workplace, where protecting the mental health and wellbeing of our workforce is every bit as important as maintaining a strong safety record.

Click or tap here to learn more about what NRS does.

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What will an NRS apprenticeship be like?

NRS already has around 100 apprentices and there are nearly 40 new opportunities across the UK in September 2024, ranging from level two to level six degree apprenticeships in various disciplines – so you won’t be alone, you will be joining a large network of industry apprentices!

We provide a comprehensive introduction to the industry with additional skills and knowledge training alongside your apprenticeship, as well as opportunities to attend industry events to shine a light on the work you, and your fellow apprentices, will be doing.

As an apprentice, you have a unique opportunity to learn on the job, with the professionals, while gaining your professional qualifications. You may also be able to work on different sites and in different departments, really learning about the industry, the business, and your own interests and abilities.

You will also have the opportunity to join the Nuclear Institute Young Generation Network, which will open further opportunities to build your knowledge, network and career.

Additionally, you will receive a competitive salary and have opportunities for advancement within the company. With a focus on personal and professional development, NRS is committed to helping its apprentices grow and succeed, making it an ideal choice for anyone looking to take their first steps towards a rewarding career in the nuclear sector.

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A Wide Range of Roles Available

Nuclear Restoration Services (NRS) are proud to offer over 30 different roles in Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Technicans and Project Management ranging from Level 3 to Level 6 degree apprenticeships. The roles provide a wealth of opportunities for apprentices to find your niche and pursue your passions. Whether you’re interested in hands-on mechanical work, want to explore the intricacies of electrical systems, or are drawn to the challenge of project management, NRS has a role that will suit your skills and aspirations.

You will be following the approved Degree Level 10 – Civil Engineering (Environment Civil Engineering) Apprentice Standard. You will learn from industry leading experts and gain valuable experience while studying for a bachelors degree in Civil Engineering, awarded by Glasgow Caledonian University. You can expect on the job training across Hunterston A and B sites and the kind of practical experience you can’t get in a college based environment.

What will it look like?

This is a four-year Degree Apprenticeship based at Hunterston A and B sites with a blend of online and face to face learning at Glasgow Caledonian University. You will be working towards a professional Civil Engineering degree.  You will be supported at University and on site with regular reviews, to help ensure you complete your apprenticeship tasks.

More information about the course provider can be found here: Graduate Apprenticeship Civil Engineering (Environmental Civil Engineering) | Glasgow Caledonian University | Scotland, UK (gcu.ac.uk)

 

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You will be following the approved Degree Level 10 Engineering (Design and Manufacture) Apprentice Standard. You will learn from industry leading experts and gain valuable experience while studying for a bachelors degree in Engineering (Design and Manufacture), awarded by Glasgow Caledonian University. Your apprenticeship will follow an Electrical specialism, which will be reflected in your daily tasks. You can expect on the job training across Hunterston A and B sites and the kind of practical experience you can’t get in a college based environment.

What will it look like?

This is a four-year Degree Apprenticeship based at Hunterston A and B sites with a blend of online and face to face learning at Glasgow Caledonian University. You will be working towards a professional Engineering degree.  You will be supported at University and on site with regular reviews, to help ensure you complete your apprenticeship tasks.

More information about the course provider can be found here: Graduate Apprenticeship Engineering (Design and Manufacture) | Glasgow Caledonian University | Scotland, UK (gcu.ac.uk)

 

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Locations: Berkeley, Dungeness, Oldbury, Harwell, and Winfrith

  • Working to ensure people, plant and the environment are kept safe from the effects of radiation and potential contamination.
  • You will be trained to use technical instruments to take readings of surface and airborne contamination levels and radiation dose rates, recording the readings detected and responding accordingly.

 

Locations: Berkeley

  • You will be learning to operate standard, purpose built and specially designed equipment that has a direct impact on our decommissioning work.
  • Involvement in dismantling and decontaminating plant, structures and equipment.
  • Working on segregation and packaging of different categorisations of waste within a number of challenging environments, often in full personal and respiratory protective equipment.

 

Locations: Trawsfynydd

  • Working to ensure people, plant and the environment are kept safe from the effects of radiation and potential contamination.
  • You will be trained to use technical instruments to take readings of surface and airborne contamination levels and radiation dose rates, recording the readings detected and responding accordingly.

 

Locations: Dungeness

  • Your apprenticeship will follow either a mechanical, electrical or C&I specialism, which will be reflected in your daily tasks.
  • You will be working with our site maintenance team on conventional and radiological plant systems, ensuring routine maintenance is completed, as well as breakdown and fault finding tasks.
  • You may undertake installation, testing, servicing, removal, replacement, maintenance, and repair of a range of equipment.

 

Locations: Dungeness

  • Your apprenticeship will follow either a mechanical, electrical or C&I specialism, which will be reflected in your daily tasks.
  • You will be working with our site maintenance team on conventional and radiological plant systems, ensuring routine maintenance is completed, as well as breakdown and fault finding tasks.
  • You may undertake installation, testing, servicing, removal, replacement, maintenance, and repair of a range of equipment.

 

Locations: Dungeness and Sizewell

  • Your apprenticeship will follow either a mechanical, electrical or C&I specialism, which will be reflected in your daily tasks.
  • Working on and making decisions on complex engineering designs and issues.
  • You may undertake installation, testing, servicing, removal, replacement, maintenance, and repair of a range of equipment.

 

Locations: Dungeness and Sizewell

  • Your apprenticeship will follow either a mechanical, electrical or C&I specialism, which will be reflected in your daily tasks.
  • Working on and making decisions on complex engineering designs and issues.
  • You may undertake installation, testing, servicing, removal, replacement, maintenance, and repair of a range of equipment.

 

Locations: Harwell and Winfrith

  • Working on a number of projects to deliver them safely, on schedule and on budget.
  • Working alongside world-class experts and potentially leading on projects that are at the forefront of innovation and problem solving.
  • Focusing on skills and behaviours such as project planning and controls, business case development, stakeholder management, risk and change management, as well as much more.

 

Locations: Berkeley

  • You might work with our Construction Office team, at the heart of the site, overseeing all site projects.
  • Or perhaps you might be out on site, in the thick of it, supporting specific construction and decommissioning projects.

Locations: Bristol

  • Working within the NRS central communications team who plan, manage and execute all internal communications activities, as well as building and maintaining relationships with a wide range of external stakeholders, regulators and Government.
  • Assisting with developing communications for over 3000 staff at 12 locations across the UK.
  • Creating content for social media, talking to members of the public about NRS work, writing copies for our intranet pages, drafting press releases or briefing industry journalists.

 

 

Locations: Bristol

  • You will be working within the NRS central procurement team who plan, manage and execute all commercial activities with the supply chain.
  • Working to deliver the company requirements alongside safety, security and quality standards while also achieving maximum value out of our supply chain spend.
  • Opportunity to work on contracts of small, medium and high value.

Locations: Bristol

  • Work across our broad range of ongoing finance projects, including our corporate accounting system, processing of purchase invoices, staff expense claims and assisting with the preparation of budgets and accounts.
  • With 12 sites and over 3000 staff, working across a huge range of projects with individual budgets, this is a great opportunity for someone wanting to take their first steps into the world of corporate accounting.

 

Locations: Wylfa and Trawsfynydd

  • Your apprenticeship will follow either a mechanical, electrical or C&I specialism, which will be reflected in your daily tasks.
  • Working with our site maintenance team on conventional and radiological plant systems ensuring routine maintenance is completed as well as breakdown and fault finding tasks.
  • You may undertake installation, testing, servicing, removal, replacement, maintenance, and repair of a range of equipment.

 

Locations: Trawsfynydd

  • Your apprenticeship will follow either a mechanical, electrical or C&I specialism, which will be reflected in your daily tasks.
  • Working with our site maintenance team on conventional and radiological plant systems ensuring routine maintenance is completed as well as breakdown and fault finding tasks.
  • You may undertake installation, testing, servicing, removal, replacement, maintenance, and repair of a range of equipment.

 

 

Locations: Berkeley

  • You will provide advice, support and guidance on environmental issues.
  • Assist in maintenance of documentation/procedures in relevant aspects of environmental management.
  • Monitor compliance with site standards and contribute to the effective development of, and deliver, training for environmental topics.

 

Locations: Berkeley and Dungeness

  • You will work with the safety team on site to assist in all aspects of health and safety.
  • Working towards a number of the following qualifications: IOSH Managing Safely, IOSH Environment for Business, NEBOSH.
  • Assist with the development and communication of company safety campaign material.

 

Locations: Bristol

  • You will primarily be working within the NRS central communications team who are responsible for managing the company corporate social responsibility agenda.
  • Opportunity to be involved in stakeholder management, event management and creative thinking initiatives.

 

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Application Information

To apply for these roles, please complete the application form using the links above.

*NRS apprenticeship vacancies are advertised by site and discipline, to ensure you are considered for the role which is of most interest to you, please only submit one application. You can express interest in other vacancies on your application form*

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