|Salary:||£29,476 to £32,406 per annum (for exceptional performers, there is scope for further progression up to £37,267 per annum)|
|Placed On:||26th May 2023|
|Closes:||22nd June 2023|
Location: Nuclear Skills Academy, Infinity Park, Derby DE24 9FU
Salary: £29,476 to £32,406 per annum (for exceptional performers, there is scope for further progression up to £37,267 per annum)
Advert Closes: Midnight on Thursday 22nd June 2023
The University of Derby in partnership with Rolls-Royce Submarines Ltd operates the award-winning Nuclear Skills Academy, delivering exclusive programmes to nurture the nuclear experts of the future.
Renowned for our expertise in engineering, materials technology, and IT systems, at the University of Derby we are setting new standards in the UK for our collaboration with industry and leading the way in global research in future fuels and sustainability.
You can be part of shaping the future of the UK nuclear industry and sustaining nuclear capability within the UK’s submarines programme by creating a dedicated pipeline of talent at the start of their careers.
About the role
You will support and develop practical activities for the nuclear engineering technician apprenticeship scheme. Working across level 3, level 4 and level 6 programmes within the Rolls-Royce Nuclear Skills Academy with a particular emphasis on electronics, electrical and science discipline areas.
Working closely with academics and members of technical team you will provide specialist support and instruction relating to practical activities across several laboratories with a high degree of autonomy.
As part of our technical team, you will be responsible for the maintenance, operation, and safety of college equipment. You will be the first line technical support for our apprentice students and academic staff including delivering training and advice on the appropriate use of resources.
Why join our team?
Our Senior Technician role operates within an agile and stimulating environment, where the innovative use of leading technology creates a future-focused environment that inspires our students to learn and develop throughout their course.
You will have access to organisational career development pathways which include access to wide ranging and relevant internal and external courses. We have a strong sense of team and support colleagues with peer-to-peer learning and mentoring.
We are passionate about what we do, and welcome applications from those who are looking to make a meaningful impact on the student journey.
For more details on the University of Derby’s reward and benefits including our generous holiday and pension provision, please see our careers page for more details.
This role is a full-time position of 37 hours a week, however we would welcome applications from candidates who wish to be considered for a job share. The role is required on a full-time basis therefore a job share could only be offered should a suitable arrangement be available with the days and/or hours of work to be agreed on appointment. Please indicate in your application your preference of days and/or hours you would be available to work.
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