Application open for upcoming recruitment day for September 2024 start
Want to feel like you are making a real difference in the Nuclear sector?
Come and join our talented team where you will play a vital role in shaping some of our exciting projects.
At Orano, our people are our biggest asset. By investing in our staff and fostering a culture of continued professional development within the company, we combine the skills and experience of our teams with our commitment to a professional and high-quality level of service. We believe in the importance of developing and maintaining a good working environment to support staff development.
We understand that different people have different priorities, which is why we pride ourselves on our supportive and friendly environment and ability to provide flexible hybrid working arrangements. Site Locations Include: Warrington, Abingdon and or Westlakes.
Whether you’re working from an Orano office, remote location or at a client site, you will be working in a dynamic environment where your integrity, entrepreneurial spirit and pioneering mindset are championed. No matter where you sit in the organisation you can make a lasting impact on the projects you work on, the teams and committees you join and our business.
- The role is based at Orano Limited Head Office in Abingdon
- Travel may be required on occasion between Orano offices and Client sites
Employment Type: Permanent, Full Time, 37-hour week
Shaping your future
This exciting and innovative graduate programme is designed to develop talented individuals who will grow and potentially lead our business in the future.
Each graduate is allocated a mentor over a two-year period, who will work closely with you to support the induction process and your subsequent career development.
Within the Environmental and Delicensing (E&D) discipline of Orano Limited, you will participate in core E&D tasks and activities, ranging from site delicensing, land characterisation, waste characterisation, Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) incident response, and support to other discipline areas (Safety case, Waste, Decommissioning and Dismantling etc).
An E&D consultant provides technical support and utilises relevant knowledge and experience to deliver effective and tailored systematic solutions, in order to generate defensible strategies, to a variety of clients in the UK nuclear and non-nuclear industry.
The role engages with clients, regulators, and collaborates with different disciplines within Orano Ltd and seeks to establish mutually beneficial partnerships.
The role will support the discipline lead in ensuring continuing success of the business by providing technical support to projects. By utilising you experience and knowledge of
- carrying out desk-based research, interpreting data which can include using software packages;
- writing reports and share findings with multi-disciplinary colleagues, clients, sub-contractors and regulators;
- developing conceptual site models, which involves identification and consideration of potential contamination;
- maintaining working knowledge of relevant environmental guidance, regulation and legislation;
- an awareness of the Data Quality Objectives methodology is preferable but not essential as internal training will be provided.
Duties will consist of:
- Delivering tasks on environmental and delicensing related activities, and supporting other disciplines as required, according to the contract specification of the clients as per business priority.
- Gaining experienced in the use of the DQO methodology, including carrying out desk-based and client-based research and produce site history/desktop study documentation and preparation and delivery of site workshops (including the production of supporting documentation), production of sampling and analysis plans using Visual Sample Plan (VSP) software, production of assessment reports using statistical and non-statical methods.
- Representing the project team at client and regulatory meetings where necessary.
- Contributing to business development by supporting proposals/bids, delivering internal activities and seeking and implementing improvement initiatives and building on job opportunities; including liaising with all concerned of both technical and commercial progress.
- Undertaking activities in support of continuous professional development.
- Developing knowledge and skills to support growth of the business.
We are much more interested in what you could do, than what you have already done.
We accept applications from graduates who have studied (or working towards) a diverse range of degree disciplines including environmental science, geology, chemistry, physical geography, earth science, soil science, biology, ecology, hydrology, hydrogeology, environmental or chemical engineering or human health risk assessment or radioactive waste management or equivalent. Graduates must be eligible to work in the UK without visa sponsorship (unfortunately we do not sponsor visas at this level).
Why work for Orano Limited
Orano’s purpose is to provide customers with high performing products and services throughout the nuclear fuel cycle, thereby fully contributing to the efficient production of low-carbon nuclear energy, cancer-fighting radioisotopes, and innovative industrial applications.
Globally headquarters in Paris, with 16,000 employees worldwide, Orano includes eight primary business lines: Mining; Conversion & Enrichment; Logistics, for managing used nuclear fuel; Recycling & Nuclear Waste Management; Decommissioning & Dismantling; Nuclear Fuel Cycle Engineering; Operations Support, including radiological safety; and Nuclear Medicine.
These fuel cycle activities are of strategic importance to both the French nuclear sector and all customers operating reactors worldwide. Our clients are our number one priority and we are committed to providing a professional service to the highest standards of quality. We are a friendly company, place great emphasis on our working relationships and recognise the importance of partnering in our work.
Our ethos aligns with the Orano values of customer satisfaction; continuous improvement; respect and people development; exemplarity, integrity and responsibility; cohesion and team spirit. Building on these values, we have fostered a working culture that prioritises safety, performance and respect for everyone we work with, whether this relates to our clients, partners, or our own staff.
At Orano, we take pride in creating a diverse, equitable and inclusive environment where everyone is welcome and their contributions are valued. When we recruit, hire, train, promote or engage in any other employment practice we are opposed to any kind of less favourable treatment or financial reward to our employees or job applicants on the grounds of age, disability, gender identity, gender expression, marital status, mental health, race, faith or belief, sexual orientation, socioeconomic background. We welcome all applications from candidates who are seeking flexible working and from those who may not meet all the listed requirements for a role.
Meeting your needs
To help you get the most out of life in and outside of work, we offer employees:
- 25 days annual leave, plus bank holidays. You will also get an additional 1 day off for every 1-year service which is capped at 5
- A competitive salary
- Annual Bonus Scheme
- One Professional Membership subscription paid for by the company
- Private medical insurance
- Non-contribution pension scheme
- Enhanced Maternity Pay
- Group Income Protection
- Group Life Insurance
- Sports allowance
- Online discount platform