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British Embassy in Vienna | Career Opportunities in the British Nuclear Industry

Are you interested in career opportunities in the Nuclear Industry? Hosted in the prestigious surroundings of the Ambassador’s Residence in the British Embassy, the workshop will give an overview of the career opportunities in the growing British Nuclear Industry.

British Nuclear Industry

British Nuclear Industry

British Nuclear Industry

Keith Parker, the Chief Executive of the British Nuclear Industry Association will host a seminar on the range of careers available; key nuclear companies and how to apply for jobs. There will also be a presentation from the Recruitment Department in the International Atomic Energy Agency about career opportunities within the IAEA.
The event will also include a free drinks reception to provide networking opportunities and a chance to ask questions.

Facts about the British nuclear industry

  • There are 10 Nuclear Power Stations;
  • 44,000 people are employed in the Nuclear Industry;
  • New commitments to produce 16Gw of Nuclear Power will lead to 30,000 new jobs by 2025.

Keith Parker – Chief Executive of the Nuclear Industry Association

"Keith joined the Nuclear Industry Association in December 1995 from the Department of Trade and Industry.  He was appointed Chief Executive in September 2003.

The Nuclear Industry Association (NIA) is the trade association and representative organisation for over 250 companies involved in the UK civil nuclear industry.  Membership includes the nuclear power station operators, engineering and construction firms, nuclear research facilities and companies engaged in decommissioning, waste management, nuclear liabilities management and all aspects of the nuclear fuel cycle.

During the 1980s, Keith worked in the Department of Energy on the two major nuclear power station public inquiries.  In the 1990s, he was closely involved in policy formulation and decision making in the areas of nuclear power, coal, electricity generation and energy efficiency."

Date: March 14, 5:30 p.m.
Location: British Ambassador's Residence, Metternichgasse 6, 1030, Wien (<link http: siteevents subscribe _blank link_extern>Registration in advance via the online-event-calendar is needed.)
Closing date: March 11