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Recruiter: Ansaldo NES
Location: Wolverhampton based (travel of the UK and potentially Europe)
Expected Salary: Competitive plus six-monthly performance related increase
Working across all sectors of the UK Nuclear Industry starting with the concept stage moving through the entire project lifecycle into procurement for design, manufacturing, assembly, testing, installation and commissioning. You will be working as part of an industry leading Procurement Team, delivering service excellence.
With this being a graduate position you will be gaining experience from start to finish and be provided with the unique opportunity with scale and scope of offer a downstream of new challenges to help develop a future in a global organisation.
Knowledge Skills and Experience:
A minimum 2:2 bachelor degree
Resilience, logical thinking, adaptability and flexibility
A willingness to be challenged, and an ability to collaborate with colleagues
A flair for persuasion and influencing
The ability to manage your time and meet deadlines
A broad range of IT Skills
BPSS security clearance required
Willing to travel to different sites within the UK as and when required (Wolverhampton, Warrington and West Cumbria) is also required.
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Any recent or upcoming graduate reading this who feel that they have you the competencies necessary to work as part of a team while being able to manage your own workload and have the confidence to speak to people in person and on the phone should definitely find out more and apply.
The application process includes an on-line application, telephone interview and assessment centre.
You may also find the below links useful to help prepare yourself to bag the role:
You may want to review the Nuclear Institute's list of University Courses related to the Nuclear Industry
Read our guide to the vetting requirements of the UK Nuclear Industry to find out more about BPSS
It may also be worth reading the WikiJobs guide to Competency Based Interviews