Nuclear AMRC

Updated: Dec 15, 2020

What is the Nuclear AMRC?

The Nuclear Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre is owned by the University of Sheffield and is backed by industry leaders. Combining academic innovation with industry expertise the Nuclear AMRC can help UK manufacturers improve capabilities and performance. The Nuclear Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre helps UK manufacturers win work across the nuclear sector – in new build, operations and decommissioning – and in other quality-critical industries.


The Nuclear AMRC have 3 facilities at Rotherham, Birkenhead, and Derby. Nuclear AMRC Rotherham is the core facility on the Advanced Manufacturing Park (AMP) at the University of Sheffield. Nuclear AMRC Derby (iHub) is in development and will give small and medium-sized businesses access to leading technological expertise, leading to improved productivity and innovation across the region. Nuclear AMRC Birkenhead, focuses on modular manufacturing process research.


The Nuclear AMRC can tap into a national network of manufacturing research excellence partners. By being part an alliance of seven manufacturing research centres of the High Value Manufacturing Catapult if they come across a technology that they are not the experts.


The Nuclear AMRC allow the use of their facilities to undertake research and development of new processes without losing downtime because of using your own machines. The NAMRC can also provide support with a bank of specialists and engineers able to provide expertise and advice.


The Nuclear AMRC offerings are open to all UK manufacturers. This enables the nuclear sector – and other high-value manufacturing industries to gain from the availability of an extensive supply chain.


The Nuclear AMRC Fit for Nuclear programme provides the chance for manufacturers to measure themselves against the standards of the nuclear industry. There is then continued supply chain development support to improve the business if needed. The Fit For Nuclear programme is not provided anywhere else.

KEY TAKEAWAYS
-  The NAMRC is owned by the University of Sheffield and is also backed by industry leaders.
-  The Nuclear AMRC Fit for Nuclear programme provides the chance for manufacturers to measure themselves against the standards of the nuclear industry. 
-  The Nuclear AMRC provides a unique opportunity to work with the absolute best across the nuclear industry.
-  The Nuclear AMRC in collaboration with National Skills Academy for Nuclear (NSAN) and the wider AMRC offer industry-supported training and career development.


Nuclear Advanced Manufacturing Centre

Why Work For Nuclear AMRC?


There are lots of reasons to want to work for NAMRC:

  • Being owned by the University of Sheffield who have been names in the Sunday Times UK’s Top 100 best not-for-profit organisations to work for.

  • As a member of Women in Nuclear UK,

  • Supporting the WISE campaign for gender balance in science, technology, and engineering.

  • Holding the Athena Swan bronze award for commitment to advancing the careers of women in science, technology, and engineering.

The Nuclear AMRC provides a unique opportunity to work with the absolute best across the nuclear industry.


If you have the desire to work at the cutting-edge of high-precision engineering, then the NAMRC is for you.


The Nuclear AMRC continues to grow and expand its capabilities. As a result of this they continue to recruit a wide range of roles. You can find live roles being advertised for NAMRC on the University of Sheffield jobs board. Roles range from engineering to manufacturing to support staff.


It is also worth checking out the NuclearGraduates initiative that NAMRC are an active member of.

NAMRC work experience & training

The Nuclear AMRC in collaboration with National Skills Academy for Nuclear (NSAN) and the wider AMRC offer industry-supported training and career development. If you are still as student at college or school and would be interested in unpaid work experience you can head over to the NAMRC website and complete the application form.


Nuclear AMRC Birkenhead

Address:

Campbeltown Rd,

Tranmere,

Birkenhead

CH41 9BP


Phone Number: 07925 034681


Nuclear AMRC Sheffield

Address:

University of Sheffield,

Advanced Manufacturing Park,

Brunel Way,

Catcliffe,

Rotherham

S60 5WG


Phone Number: 0114 222 9900


Nuclear AMRC Rottherham

Address:

University of Sheffield,

Advanced Manufacturing Park,

Brunel Way,

Catcliffe,

Rotherham

S60 5WG


Phone Number: 0114 222 9900


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