Location: UK: Warrington and Carlisle
Opportunity: 6-month returnship
Start Date: 17 April 2023
Apply by: 8 January 2023
*applications now closed*
Nuclear Transport Solutions (NTS) is partnering with Women Returners to launch their first Career Returners Programme. By introducing this programme, NTS aims to support those who have been out of the workplace for 18 months or more to flexibly re-start their career and develop their skills and experience in an established and growing global organisation.
What can you expect from the programme?
- A 6-month paid employment opportunity
- Specialised coaching from Women Returners to support your return to the workplace
- A mentor from the NTS Gender Balance Network affinity group
- A buddy to assist you in learning the ropes
- Access to a curated suite of training and learning opportunities
- An opportunity to revamp your skills, update your resume with new experience, and grow your network
- A strong possibility of a permanent role at the end of the programme
NTS offers multiple flexible working options including job share, hybrid office/home working and flexible working hours.
Who is NTS looking for?
You will be an experienced professional who has the right to work in the UK and who has had a career break of 18 months or more (as of April 2023). You may have been working small-scale around other commitments or not done any paid work during this period.
You will be interested in joining a values-led business, embracing the NTS culture of freedom, drive and helpfulness and kick-starting the next chapter of your career.
NTS is keen to hear from people whose previous careers were in a number of sectors including, but not limited to, nuclear, rail, shipping, infrastructure, engineering and consulting.
You will have had experience in one or more of the following areas:
- Commercial and/or procurement
- Health & safety and/or environmental & quality
- Finance and/or risk management
- Security and/or resilience
- Project management
What is NTS?
NTS was established in April 2021 through a merger of three leading specialist transport and logistics companies: PNTL, INS and DRS. They were established with a vision to be the leading global provider of safe, secure and reliable nuclear transport solutions. Although they are a commercial organisation, with revenues from customers, their shareholder is the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority. NDA is a government body who is undertaking the biggest environmental clean-up project in Europe – one that will take many decades to complete. NTS will play a critical role in this mission as well as delivering for customers in the UK and beyond. Find out more about working at NTS here.
NTS operates three businesses:
Rail: Operating as DRS, they are one of the five largest rail freight companies in the UK. Their main focus is on a long-standing nuclear customer base, but they provide a number of rail services in consumer goods and general freight markets
Shipping: Operating as PNTL, they are the leading international transporter of nuclear materials. Their main customer-base is amongst the Japanese power sector, who they support from a Tokyo office. In recent years, they have expanded their offering to work for other international customers and Governments
Solutions: Is NTS’s newly formed consultancy arm that offers a range of advice, services and expertise associated with nuclear transport. The major focus is in engineering and logistics services to solve problems for customers.
NTS aims to be a brilliant place to work; their goal is to be a modern and inclusive employer where people are proud to work and feel respected and able to perform at their best. To ensure this, they have appointed an executive level sponsor for diversity and inclusion who is the driving force of diversity action plans, raising the awareness of diversity and inclusion across NTS, and supporting the HR team to transform diversity across the business. Being part of NTS you will have access to a number of employee led affinity networks that help deliver meaningful change in all areas of diversity and inclusion.
How to Apply?
Find out more and apply using this link:
NTS Career Returners closing date for applications is 8 January 2023 and interviews will take place week commencing 30 January 2023. The programme will commence on Monday 17 April 2023. Your recruitment process will start with your online application. If there is potentially a good fit with the programme, NTS will invite you to a face to face interview. The interviews will assess your fit with NTS through competency/behavioural questions.
If you have any questions regarding the programme, please email Jaxs Palmer HR Consultant @ NTS c/o firstname.lastname@example.org