Trainee EC&I Engineer
Assistant Electrical Control and Instrumentation (EC&I) Engineer - Cavendish Nuclear
About the role
Here at Cavendish Nuclear we are looking to recruit an Assistant EC&I Engineer based at our site in Heysham 1.
You will join a team that has vast experience in Nuclear Engineering and provide professionally competent specialist services to our many clients.
Within this role you will deliver allocated project work from assignment to close out to support the Heysham 1 fuel route department. This will require close collaboration with the client, other team members and contract partners to deliver to the required standards.
As this is a trainee position we will offer full on the job training and will welcome applications from ambitious newly qualified engineers with an understanding an appreciation of Electrical Engineering.
What do I need to do the role?
- Understanding of Electrical Engineering
- Relevant qualifications or apprenticeship
- Ability and willingness to learn Electrical, Control & Instrumentation Engineering
- Ensure safety standards are met at all times
What else do I need to know?
- The role will be based Heysham 1 Power Station
- Nuclear experience is not a necessity as applications from all engineering domains will be welcome.
About Cavendish Nuclear
We are proud to be the UK's leading supplier to the nuclear industry and a growing global force.
From our inception during the earliest days of nuclear research and development, we recognised that a focus on people and the expertise they deliver is the key to meeting the challenges of this exciting technology.
We've been true to that ideal ever since and our approach has seen us bring together much of the UK's rich nuclear heritage with a highly skilled workforce, more than 6,000 strong, to create the innovative organisation you see today.
As a wholly owned subsidiary of Babcock International Group, we are trusted to deliver the highest standards of safety, quality, security and environmental protection for our customers. Our business is supported by the three cornerstones of safety, people and performance - zero harm, one inclusive culture and 100% delivery on our promises.
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