Graduate Engineer - EASL

EASL is looking to hire Graduate Engineers to join the team

Based Altrincham, starting summer 2024

Do you want to be part of the UK’s next generation of experts in structural integrity?

We are EASL, a 35+ strong structural integrity consultancy working closely with a broad range of national and international clients within nuclear and fusion energy. We have an impressive track record in training, mentoring and progressing careers and are proud to employ some of the most highly qualified and respected experts in this field. 

Our company has been delivering design, analysis and assessment services to the global nuclear power sector for over 30 years working towards a carbon free future and supporting key players in facing future needs.

Gain hands on experience from your first day at work

We are looking for graduates who are passionate about the environment and want to help create a low carbon future.  People who will thrive in a specialised consultancy where everyone in the team will support them to consolidate their knowledge, get involved and collaborate in meaningful projects from the get-go. 

As part of our team, you will get to work in partnership with the big corporates, visit nuclear power stations and be involved in the growth of fusion energy research projects such as ITER, MAST and STEP.

Our team is trusted by our clients to help them create and maintain safer, stronger and more efficient assets. We are experts in our field, and at EASL you will have the opportunity to work on a variety of projects and find out where your passion lies. From day one you will be working with leading organisations solving new challenges always supported by a senior member of our team, to look up to, who can explain processes and mentor you from the start.

Why choose EASL?

We are a business that genuinely cares about our employees and promotes a flexible, supportive and fun working environment.

EASL hires graduates who are passionate about creating a sustainable, low carbon future.  People who will thrive in a specialised team and learn faster, get fully involved and swiftly evolve to become stronger in their field. You will work in partnership with the big corporates, visit nuclear power stations and get involved in the growth of fusion energy research projects such as ITER, MAST, STEP and DEMO.

We want our team to continue developing skills and we offer a well-developed, in-house training programme that encourages attainment of Chartered status with professional engineering institutions.

The day job

Our graduates work on a variety of projects across stress analysis, fracture assessment and finite element analysis of the existing fleet of AGR nuclear power stations and the development of a new fleet of EPR nuclear power stations. 

No one day is the same. We are involved in multiple different projects and we’ll need you researching, constructing and designing a process or system that will help our clients build, operate and maintain their assets more efficiently.

Key technical topics will be:

• Design code assessments, pressure vessels and pipework

• Pipework analysis

• Finite element analysis

• Fracture assessments

• High temperature assessments

• Onsite support (flow accelerated corrosion and pipework support surveys)

• Seismic and dynamic analysis.

What we will be looking for

Our people are the most valuable asset in our company. We aim to attract and retain individuals that share our values and are as comfortable engaging directly with our customers as they are working individually. We are looking for graduates with a can-do attitude and a passion to take their career to the next level.

The must haves

  • You will hold or be predicted a good honours degree with a minimum 2.1 BEng or MEng degree in a relevant engineering or science discipline. PhD and Masters are also good with us. 
  • Work experience that has enabled you to build confidence, strengthen your communication skills and demonstrate your work ethic. Previous experience in a consultancy environment would be a plus.
  • Confidence to work on your own initiative or as part of a multi-disciplinary team and the ability to apply your technical knowledge to analyse problems and create innovative solutions.
  • A flexible approach to travel as our projects and training may take you to a variety of locations in the UK and possibly abroad.

We pay and reward with

  • Highly competitive base salary with paid overtime when required.
  • Non-contributory pension scheme.
  • 23 days’ holiday (+ Bank Holidays).
  • Fun days and nights out. These can be to raise monies for charities or just because we can!
  • Work life balance with a 37.5 hour week with flexible working hours.
  • We love our graduates to champion what we do so there is always the opportunity to share social insights, work with universities and get involved with industry events.

To apply

Your application should include your CV and a covering letter.  Please send these, quoting reference GE-EASL, to: [email protected].

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