EDF Energy Jobs & Careers in Gloucester, England

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4 days ago

Fleet Transport Manager

EDF Energy Gloucester, England

The role includes the management and leadership of the Fleet Services team in the effective delivery of both in-house and out-sourced fleet… TotalJobs.co.uk


3 days ago

C&I Engineer – new

EDF Energy Gloucester, England

You will work within a dynamic branch which provides authoritative design, safety case and analytical services to our fleet of nuclear power… EDF Energy


30+ days ago

Strategic Risk and Investment Planning / Asset Optimisation Lead

EDF Energy Gloucester, England

Identification and merging of cross-functional business wide data into useful asset information to inform strategic decisions that safely m… EDF Energy


30+ days ago

Technical Foundation Training Scheme

EDF Energy Gloucester, England

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30+ days ago

Fuel Route Mechanical Engineer

EDF Energy Gloucester, England

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30+ days ago

Boiler Technologist

EDF Energy Gloucester, England

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30+ days ago

Electrical/Control & Instrumentation Engineer, AGR fuel handling

EDF Energy Gloucester, England

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    Current Employee - Placement Student  in  Gloucester, England (UK)
    Current Employee - Placement Student in Gloucester, England (UK)

    I have been working at EDF Energy as an intern for more than a year

    Pros

    Sponsorship, Large number of collegues in placements, good team dynamics.

    Cons

    The work given was much worse than many of employees similar to my experience, HR system is useless, Given to little to do.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    If you are to have placement students, use them, they can do things. Dont treat them as permenant employees through HR

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