ENGIE answers your questions about the Nuclear Trainees Program Junior.
The NTP-J program is designed for young general engineers in all areas of specialty, including those with no previous training in nuclear engineering.
Successful applicants sign a permanent contract of employment (CDI or equivalent) with the Group entity that recruits them. They are paid throughout the training period.
Training sessions are often residential at centers in Belgium and France. All accommodation and travel costs are met in full by the ENGIE Group.
You can apply to multiple entities. The website contains an introduction to each entity and details of the careers it offers.
The majority of training content is delivered in English. A good knowledge of French is required for all job opportunities in France. A good knowledge of French and/or Dutch is essential for those wishing to work in Belgium.
All nationalities are eligible as long as the individuals concerned meet the criteria referred to above and have the necessary visas, work permits, etc.
The training program is free (including all logistics expenses).
The entity you apply to will inform you about the career opportunities and vacancies it can offer. You’ll find a description of career opportunities on the specific entity website.
When you apply, you’ll receive an acknowledgement that we’ve received your application, and the entity concerned will contact you within a month.
Job offers are presented on the website, at the “registration” level. Just click on the name of the recruiting entity. Then you can apply online.
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