It’s National Volunteer’s Week and the Programme and Project Partners are taking the opportunity to say thank you and shine a light on some of the incredible voluntary work that takes place thanks to its 'Timebank' initiative.
For Neal Patel, working at Sellafield Ltd didn’t just give him the opportunity to work on some of the most complex and exciting major projects in the UK, it offered him a whole new way of life in Cumbria.
Today is International Woman's Day and we're celebrating this by showcasing one of our own employees, Gina Stalker. Gina explains why her journey in the industry has been an exciting but challenging one.
Sarah Clarke says the atmosphere and the people are among the reason she enjoys working at Nuclear Waste Services.
Dawson Tanner feels valued as an apprentice and has enjoyed the opportunities to progress his career further
The atmosphere within Nuclear Waste Services was so welcoming, writes apprentice Lewis Gribbin
Andy Sharples, projects director for Sellafield Ltd, leads on some of the most important major projects in the country. He tells us why he wants to change perceptions of the work we carry out and become an exemplar in project delivery.
Josh Byrne, is our first operational research and analytics degree apprentice at Sellafield Ltd, he tells us why using maths and problem solving in his apprenticeship is helping high hazard reduction.
Twelve months ago, we published our manifesto, a one-page document that sets out the kind of organisation that we want to be. Co-created with our employees, it is already making a difference, as our CEO Martin Chown explains.
National Apprentice Week is always a fantastic opportunity to celebrate the achievements of our generations of apprentices at Sellafield Ltd. Part of this year’s campaign is #askanapprentice, so we sat down with Project Management Apprentice, Ashleigh Williams, to find out what it is really like to become a Sellafield Ltd apprentice.