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Nuclear Security & Cyber graduate jobs

Join our Nuclear Security & Cyber team and develop your skills whilst supporting the cyber security strategy across our fleet of existing nuclear power stations, as well as our new build projects at Hinkley Point C and Sizewell C. 

Our Nuclear Security & Cyber scheme will open in autumn 2024. In the meantime, take a look at the benefits of completing our training programme and the support we offer our Graduates


What's in it for you?

  • Learn from Nuclear Security & Cyber experts within our Technical Centre of Excellence

  • Develop knowledge working within our different teams: Security Design, Information Security and Cyber, Personnel Security and Policing and Operational Support

  • An opportunity to work on real-world projects, protecting EDF's security interests and impacting nuclear safety.

  • Starting salary of £35k, with annual bonus, market-leading pension and competitive benefits

"I wanted to join the energy sector because it feels extremely secure, there's opportunity to innovate and the technology is always evolving"

Campbell Kerr, Engineering Graduate

We'll support your career

  • Follow a tailored training path that will develop your skills and knowledge for your future career

  • Build your technical and professional skills, from stakeholder management to influencing others and relationship building

  • Gain valuable experience in a variety of exciting Nuclear Security & Cyber roles

  • Benefit from advice and support from your Assignment Manager, Mentor and Graduate Buddy, in addition to the network of support provided by our People Development team and your fellow Graduates.

“My career manager and assignment manager have been really helpful. They always make sure that I’m working on areas that I enjoy and help me explore new opportunities to get involved.”

Christy Siu, Procurement Graduate

What do I need to apply?

  • Have (or be expecting) a 2:2 Bachelor’s or Postgraduate Degree in Cyber Security, Risk Management, Assurance Management, Security Management, Programme Management or Consultancy.

  • An interest in nuclear energy, the power generation industry and technology

  • Excellent communication, interpersonal and organisational skills

  • An aptitude for solving technical problems

"I enjoy the autonomy I'm given as an EDF graduate. I take full ownership of my activities and organise their completion myself. This isn't to say I haven't been supported by my managers and colleagues every step of the way! They're always there to help me and answer questions."

Alfred Engedal, Design Engineering Graduate

Life as a Graduate at EDF

Head over to our Graduate Hub to discover all the benefits of completing our training programme and the support we offer our Graduates.

  • Dates for applying
  • How we support you during the programme
  • Continuous development for your career
  • What our Graduates say
  • Diversity and inclusion at EDF
  • Company benefits

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