Vacancies - South West

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Location:
Cheltenham
Placement type:
Engineering Placement
Starting Summer/Autumn 2018 the usual duration is 10-12 months, actual start and finish dates to be discussed at interview. Applications are invited from undergraduate students studying an engineering degree. We are looking to implement two major IT platforms, PLM (Product Lifecycle Management) and MES (Manufacturing Execution System), This role will be to provide Support to the UK Engineering team in delivering project milestones. The role is to work with the Product Support Engineers (PSE) to assist in providing the day-to-day engineering support required to ensure that the MES / PLM project are successful. The role will measure their performance against agreed metrics, KPI’s and company standards.
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Location:
Winfrith Dorset
Placement type:
Business & Marketing
Salary:
TBC
A maritime high-technology enterprise have an exciting Business and Marketing opportunity within their Surface Ship Systems department. Start summer 2018 – 12 month placement. Both pre-uni and undergrads welcome to apply.
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Location:
Winfrith Dorset
Placement type:
Planning & Support
Salary:
TBC
A maritime high-technology enterprise have an exciting placement opportunity within their Production and Planning team. Start summer 2018 – 12 month placement. Both pre-uni and undergrads welcome to apply.
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Location:
Winfrith Dorset
Placement type:
Sonar Department
Salary:
TBC
A maritime high-technology enterprise have an exciting placement opportunity within their Sonar Department. Start summer 2018 – 12 month placement. Both pre-uni and undergrads welcome to apply.
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Location:
Winfrith Dorset
Placement type:
R&D Science & Tech
Salary:
TBC
A maritime high-technology enterprise have an exciting placement opportunity within their Signatures Department. The placement is R&D - Science and Tech focused. Start summer 2018 – 12 month placement. Both pre-uni and undergrads welcome to apply.
South East
Location:
Bristol
Placement type:
Natural environment/Geography
Salary:
TBC
To start Summer 2018. Pre-University students. The purpose of the placement is to support the work of the Wildlife Division. There will be opportunities to get involved in a wide range of different events and projects.
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Location:
Barnwood, Gloucestershire
Placement type:
Undergraduate studying a Computing/IT degree
Salary:
£16,500
2018/19 Placement. The Information Security team provides support across the nuclear operations area of the business, in ensuring that our networks and systems are protected against cyber attack, in assuring that information in all forms of media is handled securely and that we meet the legal and regulatory requirements of the nuclear regulator
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Location:
Barnwood, Gloucestershire
Placement type:
Pre-University or Undergraduate student studying physics, chemistry, maths or mechanical engineering
Salary:
£13,000 - £16,500
2018/19 Placement. The candidate will form part of the Graphite Branch, which works to demonstrate the safety of the Advanced Gas-cooled Reactors (AGR) graphite cores. They will work in the part of the group that involved with lifetime extension and monitoring data from the core.
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Location:
Barnwood, Gloucestershire
Placement type:
Undergraduates studying either IT or Engineering with an interest in IT
Salary:
£16,500
2018/19 Placement. The placement will be in the Strategy & Architecture team within the Generation Information Systems department in the Generation Business Unit. The individual will gain experience of working in an engineering focused electricity generation business and in particular gain a good working knowledge of how IT solutions are designed and architected.
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Location:
Barnwood, Gloucestershire
Placement type:
Chemistry or Chemical Engineering Pre-university students
Salary:
£13,000
2018/19 Placement. The Chemistry & CO2 Oxidation Group is part of our corporate Engineering function. We provide support to the existing fleet of nuclear power stations. Our work ranges from providing short-term advice when there are problems with the chemistry to supporting major projects that enhance the performance of the fleet to longer-term R&D to extend the life of the stations.

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