World skills on your doorstep Who are we? AMEC is an international project management and services company that designs, delivers and supports infrastructure assets for customers across the public and private sectors. AMEC employs more than 20,000 people working from a network of offices throughout the UK, US and Canada, as well as regional offices and projects worldwide. Our nuclear business is the largest UK-based private sector supplier of programme management and engineering services to the nuclear sector. The business builds on AMEC’s 50 year’s experience in the nuclear market and clients include BNFL, MoD, British Energy, UKAEA, AWE Aldermaston and a wide range of international nuclear utilities. What do we do? We provide world-class expertise in project management and the delivery of safe, high quality engineering solutions often involving safety critical or complex technical applications. For all our customers we use our wide portfolio of skills in providing innovative solutions to complex engineering challenges. Our expertise covers: • engineering and safety assessment • project management • technical consultancy • decommissioning and waste management • front-end design and project management We also provide expert technical services, including reactor systems analysis and development, regulatory licence support and safety assessments to international nuclear markets. Page two What is the scale of our projects? We're working on a global scale, delivering engineering projects from initial planning all the way through to completion and on-going asset life support. For example, in Canada we have secured a £245 million project to manage the restart of two nuclear reactors at the Bruce A power station in Ontario. In the UK we provide essential support to the Atomic Weapons Establishment (AWE) contract to clean up and demolish a number of redundant research facilities on the Aldermaston site in Berkshire. The two-year programme begins with a safety case and risk assessment that will last for up to eight months before the treatment of waste and final demolishing of the buildings. In Eastern Europe we provide on-site assistance programmes in Russia, as well as managing one of the world's largest decommissioning projects in Lithuania. What about career opportunities? The demand for our expertise continues to grow, so we are always looking to develop our team. We’re keen to meet qualified, enthusiastic people looking for a challenging opportunity. We recognise that our strength lies in our people, and our staff offer a wealth of knowledge and experience. Our Graduate Development Scheme is accredited by The Institution of Electrical Engineers, The Institution of Mechanical Engineers, The Institution of Chemical Engineers, The Institution of Physics and The Royal Society of Chemistry. How does this benefit me? As you would expect, there are excellent opportunities for personal and professional development. And the rewards and benefits truly reflect an organisation of our stature. As part of our friendly and sociable teams, you can also take advantage of our active social club and on-site sports facilities. Where are you? By joining an organisation with over 50 years’ experience, you could look forward to a career that can take you across the globe. There are also opportunities in many of our locations throughout the UK. Now is the time to be part of our successful future.