During the course of this 4-year Degree Apprenticeship, you’ll learn from our industry-leading experts and gain valuable experience, whilst studying for a BSc Degree in Chemistry. You can expect on-the-job training and the kind of practical experience you simply can't get on campus.
- 104 UCAS points - ideally three A-Levels (at grade C or above), including maths and chemistry or a relevant Level 3 qualification, such as a BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma with a strong mathematical element
- 5 GCSE’s Grade 4 or above including English, Maths and a Science Subject
- Ability to demonstrate enthusiasm for engineering in the nuclear industry
- Clear ambition to develop an a career within EDF
- Ability to engage people at all levels and work within a team
- £17,821 a year with annual pay increases
- Pension scheme
- 25 days’ paid holiday
- Wellbeing and support services
- Flexible benefits package
During the course of this 4-year Degree Apprenticeship, you'll follow the Level 6 Laboratory Scientist Apprenticeship Standard and your time will be split between your studies and on the job learning at your EDF location. You’ll spend 20 days at the university and the rest of the time will be 80% work onsite and 20% studying.
As well as all the support you need, you’ll also enjoy plenty of opportunities to get involved in meaningful and challenging work once your studies are underway. That doesn’t mean you’ll have too much on your plate. You’ll have to put a lot of work in to manage your studies and your day-to-day duties but as you’ll be on block release from work when you’re studying, we can make sure we manage your workload accordingly.
Based at Sizewell B.
The closing date for this job offer is on 24/01/2021
This job is located in Nr Leiston, Suffolk
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