Do you have the talent and ambition to work at the cutting edge of manufacturing, engineering and supply chain development for low-carbon power?

As the Nuclear AMRC develops and expands its capabilities across our facilities in Rotherham, Derby and Birchwood Park, we will continue to recruit a wide variety of engineers, researchers, industry experts and support staff with varying levels of experience and qualifications.

Vacancies at the Nuclear AMRC are advertised through the University of Sheffield jobs site, and listed below with direct links to the job descriptions. All applications must be submitted through the University site, unless offered through NuclearGraduates or other external initiative.

You can also follow @NuclearAMRC on Twitter or Nuclear AMRC on LinkedIn for job alerts and other information.

Current vacancies

Working at the Nuclear AMRC

The Nuclear AMRC is committed to gender equality in engineering and research.

Since 2016, we have held the Athena Swan bronze award which recognises commitment to advancing the careers of women in science, technology, engineering and related fields at universities and research institutions.

We are a member of Women in Nuclear UK, and the WISE campaign for gender balance in science, technology and engineering. We support WISE’s industry-led 10 steps campaign to ensure that women in science, technology, engineering and manufacturing have the same opportunities to progress in their career as their male counterparts.

The University of Sheffield has been named by The Sunday Times as one of the UK’s 100 best not-for-profit organisations to work for.

 

Skills & training

Alongside the University of Sheffield AMRC, we provide industry-supported training and career development through the AMRC Training Centre and Industrial Doctorate Centre in Machining Science.

We work in partnership with the National Skills Academy for Nuclear to provide expert training for industry needs, and are working with Rolls-Royce’s submarines business, the National College for Nuclear and regional partners to launch the Nuclear Skills Academy in Derby.