Civil Asset Management
Location: Sellafield, Cumbria
As an apprentice you will learn a broad range of civil asset management knowledge; this will provide you with a comprehensive understanding of the full life cycle of civil assets. This includes design, construction, operations, inspection, specifications, maintenance, repair, replacement and asset management techniques associated with civil assets. You will gain the relevant experience necessary to understand the current condition of civil assets and determine how they will meet the future functional needs of the Sellafield site.
Things I should consider?
To succeed on your chosen scheme you should have a passion for engineering or science and a desire to pursue a career within the field. You will have the opportunity to complete a level 6 Bachelors of Engineering degree or a level 6 Bachelors of Science degree, whilst learning the practical engineering skills required for the role and earning a salary.
Throughout your chosen scheme, you will get to work on exciting projects and deliver complex pieces of work whilst becoming an integral part of a community of enthusiastic, talented individuals, who will go on to shape the future of Sellafield Ltd.
Where will my training be delivered?
All apprentices will complete a bridging course (currently 17 weeks) delivered at one of our local training providers. During this initial period you will be employed directly by the training provider and only upon successful completion of the course, will you transfer onto the Sellafield Ltd degree apprentice programme.
Apprentices will then be based full time in the workplace and continue academic studies on a day release basis at one of our local training providers.
What qualifications will I obtain?
All Sellafield Ltd degree apprentices are recruited with the expectation that they will successfully complete the full 5-year programme. During this journey we will monitor individual performance and business requirements and under exceptional circumstances we may conclude that continuation onto the level 6 is not appropriate.
Phase 1 – initial 3 year period:
• Nuclear Technician Apprenticeship Standard (Level 5);
• Foundation Degree/HND (Level 5) in either a science or engineering based discipline
For candidates with the ability to progress further:
Phase 2 – further 2 year period:
• Nuclear Scientist and Engineer Integrated Degree Apprentice Standard (Level 6);
• Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering (BEng – Level 6) or a Bachelor’s Degree in Science (BSc – Level 6) aligned to your career pathway