Immediate Vacancies for Nuclear Waste Management Consultants at all Levels
WHO WE ARE:
Eden Nuclear and Environment Ltd. is a small, well-established, and highly successful, employee-owned consultancy company with 19 staff. Our new head office is in Penrith, Cumbria, and our staff work either from our office, from home or have hybrid working arrangements. Due to recent and exciting business growth and client diversification, we are seeking to recruit Associate Directors, Principal Consultants, Senior Consultants and Consultants into our friendly and supportive team.
TYPE OF WORK:
We provide technical consultancy and management services to a wide range of UK and international clients in the energy and nuclear sectors. We specialise in developing safe, sustainable and economically achievable solutions for the management and disposal of radioactive waste and the clean-up of radioactively contaminated land. You will work closely with your colleagues and with our clients to develop technical solutions and effective strategies, to evaluate and manage environmental impacts, and address regulatory concerns.You will have the opportunity to carry out challenging and interesting work in a wide number of technical areas and contribute to various projects, potentially of national importance, gaining experience and knowledge passed on from our own international level experts.
Contract Type: Permanent
Hours of work: Full time is 37.5 hours per week, potentially with flexible working times. Depending on personal circumstances and role, part time roles will be considered.
Salary: As an employee-owned company, we can offer a very attractive package. This will consist of a base salary and a share of the Company's annual profit.
Benefits: We offer many enhanced terms and conditions to all employees, with pension contribution, up to 30 days annual leave, and income protection insurance. In addition, there is the potential to earn and/or purchase additional shares in the company on an annual basis.
Progression: We utilise training and succession planning to drive the growth of our staff.
We are looking for, excellent scientists, engineers or mathematicians who have a good first or second degree and are interested in a challenging and varied career in the nuclear industry. You will be self-motivated and have the skills to work effectively with other people. Excellent communication skills are required, as is the ability to deliver high quality technical reports to tight deadlines. There will be future opportunities to manage projects and make important contributions towards the development of our rapidly growing company.
Ideally, you will be aware and have experience of a range of waste management, environmental and decommissioning challenges in the nuclear industry. You should be flexible and will be asked to contribute to diverse projects that might involve optimisation studies; strategy development; decommissioning planning; innovation in waste management; specialist technical studies e.g. in relation to waste encapsulation and packaging; waste characterisation strategies; radiological assessments and underpinning studies related to the disposal of radioactive waste; management and disposal of spent fuel; and support in producing regulatory submissions. You will need to hold, or have the potential to gain, a basic level of UK security clearance.