Wood is now accepting applications for our Nuclear Graduate Programme starting September 2018.
The deadline for applications is 28th February 2018.
Key elements of the Graduate Programme:
As a physics graduate, you will join a well-established IOP accredited Graduate Programme that comprises a period of two years on the programme followed by a three-year career development phase. This will involve delivery and on-the job training, with opportunities to develop wider engineering and project delivery skills. This is structured to provide you with the necessary skills and experience to apply for membership of the IOP and become a Chartered physicist.
Our 2-year structured Graduate Programme will set you on the path to professional accreditation and is consistently recognised as one of the best programmes within the industry.
About Wood Nuclear:
Wood’s nuclear business supports customers in the energy generation, new build, decommissioning and defence sectors.
Our nuclear business has offices in Knutsford and Birchwood in Cheshire, Gloucester, Dorchester, Harwell, Glasgow, Reading and London. We also have a strong international presence to support our growing operations in France, Slovakia, Czech Republic, Poland, South Africa and Japan.
Our reputation for safely delivering quality projects on time and on budget is well recognised in the industries we serve. We have proven expertise in managing large, complex projects, a global reach and long-standing UK presence, strong relationships with our clients and cutting-edge processes and technologies.
What that means to you is the opportunity to experience a real variety of projects, working with people from different backgrounds. You'll work closely with our clients and committed to achieving outstanding results in a stimulating and quality-driven environment.
We are an equal opportunity employer that recognises the value of a diverse workforce. All suitably qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment on the basis of objective criteria and without regard to the following (which is a non-exhaustive list): race, colour, age, religion, gender, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, protected veteran status, or other characteristics in accordance with the relevant governing laws.