EDF Energy Internship in United Kingdom
Our internship programmes provide an excellent opportunity to gain insights into life and work at EDF Energy. EDF Energy offers internships for 3 months from June – September, and occasionally for 6 months from March. We’ll provide you with challenging assignments and all the support you’ll need to make the most of the experience. At the end of your placement you could be offered the opportunity to be assessed for one of our Graduate Programmes.
We offer various opportunities and you could expect to take on a junior hands-on role, perhaps developing your fault-finding skills; project managing minor projects; supporting safety at work; examining feasibility cases to extend stations’ lifetimes; or carrying out maintenance and installing new equipment. Our power stations are often big local employers, and as a result, you’ll find that there’s a real sense of pride and a close community within each one.
What to expect
At our Barnwood or East Kilbride locations, you could be involved in a project to support our nuclear power stations, again taking a role as part of a team. Because these offices are where our teams tackle design engineering, lifetime planning for the reactors, outages, and large projects, you’ll find yourself surrounded by highly qualified professionals, taking a broader, more strategic view.
Working within our UK Centre for R&D you could be at the forefront of the investigation and deployment of brand new digital technologies. Leading high tech, innovative projects such as developing apps that depict future wind farms, to working on how to display SMART meter data, it’s an exciting area to work in, with lots of opportunities.
If you join on one of our Commercial Internships you could be supporting large-scale business projects within our transformation teams; analysing figures coming out of the business to help us understand our costs or prices; or working with our HR Teams attracting, rewarding and retaining the very best people.
What you’ll need
We have high expectations for the students we take on: we’re looking for people at any stage of their university education who are genuinely interested in nuclear energy and who want to take ownership of their experience on a placement.
We’re eager for you to achieve a great deal – and we want to see that eagerness reflected in you, too. You don’t need to be an expert already, but you’ll be working towards a degree in an appropriate subject such as:
You’ll also have the strong communication skills, team working skills, and innovative ideas to really influence the way we do things.
Engineering and Science Internships
At a power station, you could expect to take on a junior hands-on role: perhaps developing your fault-finding skills; project managing minor projects; supporting safety at work; examining feasibility cases to extend stations’ lifetimes; or carrying out maintenance and installing new equipment. Because our power stations are often big local employers, you’ll find there’s a real sense of pride and a close community in each one.
To register your interest in 2017 Science & Engineering internship opportunities, please submit your CV here to apply. Please note that due to a high level of interest we will only contact you should a suitable opportunity arise.
Official Link: https://www.edfenergy.com/careers/early-careers/internships
Deadline: 31st December, 2016
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