In my experience, one of the biggest frustrations of the community and organisations that represent the community is being told what is needed to improve an area. "Here's what you need" is the very last thing that we as an organisation should say to our local communities. In this post I explain why.
As we restart risk and hazard reduction work at Sellafield, I spoke to some of our employees about the projects coming on line and what it has been like working on site during the pandemic.
Do you think you have what it takes to join one of the most advanced workforces in the world? If so, then Magnox, the company responsible for decommissioning the UK’s oldest nuclear reactors, wants to hear from you.
Sian Downey became an apprentice at 16 and is now Senior HR Business Partner at Magnox. She shares her experience.
Health Physics Monitor Charlotte Hall was over 30 when she started her training at Trawsfynydd nuclear site, and is passionate about encouraging more women into technical roles.
Phoebe Lynch started work as an apprentice electrician because she loved fixing things. Now the Reactor Decommissioning Engineering Manager at Magnox, she wants to encourage more girls to consider technical careers.
Business technician Craig Norman opted for an apprenticeship because he wanted to combine practical work experience with learning, and aims to become a chartered accountant in the nuclear industry.
As 'kindness' is the theme for Mental Health Awareness Week 2020, Kate Ellis, the NDA's Group Commercial Director, reflects on just a few ways the workforce across the NDA estate has been offering support and helping to make a difference.
As we start and prepare for what our work life will look like after lock down, I asked Stuart Latham and Alex Walsh what their experiences are of office re-starts so far.
Fe ddechreuais i fel Prif Ymgynghorydd Gwyddonol i Radioactive Waste Management yn 2011, ond fe ddechreuais i weithio ar raglen gwaredu daearegol y DU pan oeddwn i’n dechrau fy ngyrfa yng nghanol yr 1980au. Yn ystod y cyfnod hwn roeddwn …
I started as Chief Scientific Adviser for Radioactive Waste Management in 2011, but I first began working on the UK’s geological disposal programme when it was just starting in the mid-1980s. At the time, I was working in computer programming, …