Human Resources is at the heart of the company, when starting at the company there are opportunities to work and engage across all levels of the organisation.
Human Resources is at the heart of the company, when starting at the company there are opportunities to work and engage across all levels of the organisation. From advising senior managers and business leaders on complex employee relations issues to talking to new starters.
The profession is compact and dynamic, this allows you to gain generalist knowledge of the HR departments and get a real taste for the direction for your future career. One of the key areas in order to enact effective HR is understanding the business and how HR fits in Sellafield Ltd.
Typical roles and responsibilities:
There are many roles across the function which graduates can move in to. One of the key benefits is being able to drive your own development, responsibility is definitely earned, and hitting the ground running and showing that you are a high performer is a key skill.
There are many development opportunities such supporting and assisting executive level meetings, representing the business at events and being HR rep for senior management meetings.
The way that the scheme is structured allows for real flexibility when looking for progression within the function. One of the great things about the HR programme is that you have the opportunity to explore different roles before deciding on the career path you want.
Making the most of the time on the scheme gives the foundation to carve a career path within the organisation. When you are towards the end of the scheme you will start to look at final job options, with the skills and experience you have gained through the Graduate scheme it will have a great influence on your future career.
Suitable degree disciplines:
A Bachelors/Master’s degree in Human Resources is preferred, although other degrees will be considered if the applicant has shown a keen interest in Human Resources and pursued this through further training, education or work experience.
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