LLWR currently has one vacancy.
Alternatively you can search for positions through Capita Resourcing on the Nuclear Works website
Working with us
We seek to employ people who can add value to our organisation, are self-motivated, take pride in their work and the quality of their output. We value people who demonstrate a strong work ethic and a level of professionalism that reflects the industry reputation we have worked to generate.
We provide structured career development which includes training and development opportunities, secondment placements and specific vocational or higher education courses that are relevant to the strategic skills required by LLWR.
We are always interested in hearing from talented and motivated individuals with experience in the following areas:
- environmental science
- commercial and contract management
- nuclear operations
- engineering and asset care
- project management
Rewards and Benefits
In addition to 8 public holidays, you will be entitled to 25.5 days’ holiday per annum, rising to 28.5 and 32.5 with 10 and 20 years’ service respectively. We also offer the opportunity to earn up to 13 accrued days per annum.
You’ll also be eligible to participate in our Bonus Scheme, which is based on achieving targets linked to the business plan and will be explained to you in more detail on entry.
Reward and Recognition
LLW Repository Ltd likes to recognise and reward those employees that exceed expectations within their role.
On joining us, you’ll automatically become a member of the Combined Nuclear Pension Plan (CNPP). Our contractual retirement age is 65.
Private Health Insurance
On joining us, you’ll automatically become a member of the AXA Private Medical Health Insurance Scheme which has no regard of previous illnesses.
This scheme provides a payment to your family, in addition to benefits payable under the Company Pension Scheme.
Equality, Diversity and Inclusion
We are committed to promoting a positive and supportive environment for our entire workforce, free from discrimination and prejudice.
In October 2010 the Equality Act came into force. This Act built on existing law and introduced the concept of the nine protected characteristics: age, disability, gender reassignment, maternity and pregnancy, marriage and civil partnership, race, religion and belief, gender, sexual orientation.
Direct and indirect discrimination because of any of these characteristics is prohibited. We are committed through our policies and actions to foster an inclusive atmosphere in our workplace.