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We're the UK’s largest producer of low-carbon electricity, the biggest supplier of electricity by volume in Great Britain and the largest supplier to British businesses. 


Just as we’re investing heavily in a sustainable energy future, we’re also investing heavily in the people who’ll make it happen.


With that in mind, we now offer graduate schemes in a wide range of business, science and engineering disciplines – each offering the chance to develop quickly through a combination of formal professional and on-the-job learning. The structure and content of these schemes varies according to the individual discipline. But they all feature personally tailored, individual development plans and formal rotations to give you the broadest view of our business. On many, you can also expect to gain a professional qualification.

The graduates we take on now are key to our long-term success and, whether you join us on a Science and Engineering or a Commercial graduate programme, the scale and scope of our opportunities is enormous.


So expect real challenges and responsibility from day one as you contribute to a better energy future at a wide range of locations across the UK. We encourage you to get your applications in as early as possible to be in with a better chance of securing your place.

 

Our graduate programmes


EDF Energy is on a journey. One that should make a sustainable energy future a reality. The graduates we take on now are key to our long-term success and, whether you join us on a Nuclear Science and Engineering or a Commercial graduate programme, the scale and scope of our opportunities is enormous.


So expect real challenges and responsibility from day one as you contribute to a better energy future at a wide range of locations across the UK. We encourage you to get your applications in as early as possible to be in with a better chance of securing your place.


Engineering and science


For engineering or science students who want to become an expert in nuclear power, this is a great way to start. 16 months of intensive training will give you a solid grounding in various aspects of the operation of nuclear power plants. You’ll spend time working in a power station, learn from some of the world’s leading nuclear power specialists, and begin your journey towards chartered status. And after 16 months training, you should be ready to take on a permanent role.


So which is the right starting point for you?

  • Chemical Engineering
  • Chemistry
  • Civil Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering and C&I Engineering
  • Environmental Science
  • Material Science
  • Physics
  • Postgraduate – research and development
  • R&D Development scheme

Commercial

Our commercial schemes introduce bright business minds to exciting opportunities on a series of six-month (or yearly for finance graduates) rotations – giving you the overview and insights to launch a richly rewarding career at the heart of our energy future. Each programme offers fulfilling work, rapid progress and extensive training, as well as the chance to work towards relevant professional qualifications in certain areas.


Which one will you opt for?

  • Commercial Graduate Scheme
  • Finance
  • Supply Chain

Explore about EDF graduate options HERE.

 
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