Nuclear Trainees Program Junior: a one-year training program to become a nuclear energy professional
ENGIE currently employs around 8,000 people with specific nuclear skills. In the upcoming years, numerous engineers and technicians will join the Group to replace retiring staff and to pursue the development of our projects.
To help meet this challenge, we offer a Nuclear Trainees Program – Junior (NTP-J) combining theoretical learning with field experience. Once recruited by one of our nuclear entities, you will complete approximately 400 hours of training in France and Belgium, alongside your work in your entity. This will allow you, as a junior engineer, to become a nuclear generalist while forging a solid network within the Group.
The NTP-J at a glance
- 400 hours of training
- One-year course; one week per month
- Starting in October 2017
- Technical modules: safety/security, nuclear safety, radiation protection, nuclear fundamentals, fuel cycle, pressurised water reactors, spent fuel management and decommissioning, maintenance of nuclear power plants, etc.
- Non-technical modules to develop essential skills for all nuclear managers: communication, human resources, management behaviour, etc.
- Recruitment with a permanent employment contract and operational role in one of the Group’s nuclear entities
- Deadline for application: April 30th, 2017
Nuclear energy : a generation ahead
Operating for 50 years in the nuclear industry, ENGIE is participating in the global development of a new generation of nuclear energy characterized by a very high level of safety, based on an original model of partnership with manufacturers and major electricity consumers. Our objective is to move a generation ahead.
Nuclear energy : covering the entire value chain
With 50 years’ experience in the nuclear industry, ENGIE is committed to evolving a nuclear energy for the future, more transparent and safer than ever. With a lot of our subsidiaries involved in nuclear power, we are one of the few European groups with the expertise to cover the entire nuclear value chain: engineering and design, construction, operation, fuel management, maintenance and decommissioning.