Nuclear site Sellafield Ltd is inviting aspiring engineers and graduates to its first-ever careers day.

This initiative, viewed as a opportunity for young people, recent graduates, and those interested in a career in engineering and maintenance at the renowned nuclear facility, will be hosted at the company's Engineering Centre of Excellence, in the Leconfield Industrial Estate, Cleator Moor.

The event is scheduled for Saturday, September 30 from 10am-2pm.

Gary Dixon, Head of Enterprise Engineering at Sellafield Ltd, said: "At Sellafield, we are proud to be at the forefront of innovation and sustainability in the nuclear industry.

“Our engineering and maintenance careers day is the perfect opportunity for young talent to learn about the incredible opportunities available here.

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“Whether you're considering an apprenticeship, degree apprenticeship, graduate placement, or exploring roles within mechanical and electrical disciplines, we have a place for you.

“Join us on September 30th, and let's shape the future of nuclear engineering together."

Sellafield has expressed interest in engaging with those eager to explore roles in engineering and maintenance, recognised as some of the most crucial professions on site.

The careers day will exhibit the diverse and exciting opportunities that exist within these fields.

Those interested in attending the event must register via Eventbrite here

Some of the opportunities available at the Sellafield site include:

  • Apprenticeships: Start your career journey with hands-on training and guidance from industry experts.
  • Degree Apprenticeships: Combine work and study, gaining valuable experience while earning your degree.
  • Graduate and Student Placements: Launch your career with a leading nuclear organisation and make a difference from day one.
  • Roles Across Mechanical and Electrical Disciplines: Explore various engineering and maintenance fields and contribute to groundbreaking projects.