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Graduates

If you're ambitious, committed and want to succeed you can with Westinghouse. Whether you know a bit about us already, or not, we'll fill in the gaps and tell you about the past, the present, our vision for the future and the part you can play in it.

Our graduate development programme combines real life on the job experience with inspirational training and development - and the freedom to make decisions and take early responsibility with guidance and support.

You'll discover that alongside all the professional benefits of a career with us, like the varieties of support, opportunity etc., there's also a whole host of personal benefits too. We're committed to developing the best people in the business. This is your chance to prove just how good you really are - to yourself and us.


Summer 2019 Internship Opportunities - (One year Placement)

Westinghouse, UK is currently looking for talented students interested in placement opportunities. We are seeking applicants in the following disciplines:

  • Process/Chemical
  • Mechanical
  • Business/Finance
  • Physics
  • Electrical

To apply, please visit http://www.westinghousenuclear.com/Why-Nuclear/Jobs

Closing date: 22/03/19


What we do

We Are Nuclear Energy. Westinghouse Electric Company is the world's leading supplier of safe and innovative nuclear technology. We provide our utility customers around the world with the most reliable, dependable nuclear power plants, nuclear fuel, plant automation and operating plant products and services. We are driven by our powerful history and experience, ground-breaking ideas, focus on safety and sustainability, and our strong team of 12,000 employees around the world.

At Westinghouse, we are solely focused on nuclear energy technology. Our goal is simple-- to provide solutions to our customers to keep their plants safe, reliable and efficient. Helping our customers support the needs of their customers is why we are committed to quality, safety, and innovation at every turn.

Vision

Our vision is to be the customers' choice in supplying leading-edge nuclear technology to satisfy the world's growing demand for energy.

Values

Consistent with the Westinghouse mission, these values guide our everyday activities:

  • Act with integrity and respect for others
  • Be exemplary in demonstrating a strong nuclear safety culture, personal safety and environmental sustainability
  • Commit to achieve success for our customers
  • Deliver return on investment and profit expected by our shareholders
  • Excel in our operations

The Programme

Westinghouse has a robust graduate development programme. Our aim is for you to reach your full potential with the help of a professional training programme from a renowned worldwide organisation. The programme is carefully structured to give you the technical and managerial skills you need to meet your future career ambitions.

What’s it like

Ian Curran
B Eng C Eng FIET FSOE FIPlantE 
Chief Engineer and Head of Works Engineering

“It is vitally important that the nuclear industry attracts the right people to help take the industry forward. Westinghouse Springfields intends to be fully involved with nuclear growth globally and particularly in the European arena. Attracting the right calibre of person is key to us achieving our objective, graduates are in this key group and engineering graduates in particular are encouraged to work towards Chartered Engineer status and are given every opportunity to do so.”

Alexandra Hulme
BSC (Hons) B.I.T Grade 1st Class Honours
MBA Distinction

“My graduate programme was a phenomenal experience, and it didn’t stop at the end of the two years! As a business graduate I was given the opportunity to work with customers from various countries including the US and Japan. This enabled me to develop a strong commercial base, more importantly a cultural awareness that you just can’t get from a text book! I also attained an MBA with Distinction – a professional dream I couldn’t have achieved without Westinghouse’s continuing support and encouragement to their graduates”.

Mohammed Shakeel
B Eng (Hons) Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Grade: 1st Class Honours

“I graduated with a degree in Electronic and Electrical Engineering. As part of the course, I undertook a successful undergraduate placement at Westinghouse; this influenced my decision to join the company after graduation. The training programme is designed to ensure that graduates experience a wide range of knowledge to assist in gaining chartered status, demonstrating the company’s commitment to engineers. I am now a Chartered Electrical Engineer with the IET.”

Matthew Hutcheon

"I first came to Springfields as a year in industry student in the third year of my Chemical Engineering degree. I enjoyed it so much I applied to return as a graduate. The two years I spent on the graduate development scheme allowed me to experience work in a variety of roles, including engineering, operations and commercial areas. The way the scheme is designed gives you a great opportunity to find out what you’re interested in and develop as a professional engineer. I was also able to undertake training in some new skills, including management, problem solving and safety, which I think will be very useful through my career."

Liam Watson

“Through the Westinghouse Graduate Scheme I received 1:1 coaching from business leaders via 4 placements in the areas of Product Design, Safety Case, Operations and Contract Management. The placements revealed the daily challenges leaders face and the systems used to manage and develop their departments. From these experiences I significantly developed my professional outlook and as a result, when combined with my degree education, I am close to gaining chartered status with the IMechE. This would not have been possible without the support and evidence gained through the Westinghouse Graduate Scheme.”