Talascend’s Nuclear staffing division is working alongside some of the most high-profile companies within the Nuclear Industry to fill nuclear jobs all over the world. From manufacturing and fabrication to plant design, operation and maintenance, we have a proven history of supplying qualified and security-cleared professionals for major projects around the globe.
With the world's focus shifting toward sustainable energy sources with low carbon emissions, the nuclear industry is preparing for a major involvement in future energy plans across the planet. Talascend is uniquely placed to support a full range of disciplines.
Our recruiters have developed an extensive knowledge of the inner workings of the industry. They take pride in understanding the Nuclear engineering professionals they work with and the needs of recruiting managers working to deadlines on live projects.
Our specialists are working with engineers and hiring companies in a full range of Nuclear project disciplines:
Installation / Maintenance
Health, Safety & Environmental
To learn more about how we can help you with your next project ramp up contact our Nuclear Staffing Specialist team. For more information about the available nuclear industry jobs at Talascend, please register with us.
Nuclear Projects of Note
Below is a small selection of projects of which we have been a part.
Encapsulation Project Sellafield
This £36 million contract is already underway forming part of stage 1 of the Sellafield Silos Direct Encapsulation Project (SDP), a project worth a total of £170 million and one of the largest to be undertaken for the British Nuclear Group in recent years. Stage 1 involves the removal of redundant equipment from an existing building, some construction works, the design of the process plant and equipment as well as the modification and extension of the building.
World's first 3rd Generation Nuclear Power Station Build
Construction of the world's first 3rd generation Nuclear Power station in China. Westinghouse's AP1000 PWR reactor design will provide the basis for two $20bn Power Stations that together will provide over 4000MWe for China's electricity network. The first of the two projects will enter construction in 2008 and is expected to begin operating around 2014, with up to 15,000 engineers required on site during peak construction from 2011 onwards.
Browns Ferry Nuclear Plant
Browns Ferry Nuclear Plant is on the north shore of Wheeler Reservoir in north Alabama. It was the Tennessee Valley Authority's first nuclear power plant and the largest in the world when it began operation in 1974. It was the first nuclear plant in the world to generate more than 1 billion watts of power.