Log on for Hinkley Point C jobs

It’s now even easier to register for job alerts and apply for roles at Hinkley Point C. Anyone looking for job opportunities on site can now find all of the project’s vacancies in one place online.

Log on to view the latest vacancies on the project, register for job alerts and view events organised by the HPC Jobs Service at edfenergy.com/hpcjobs.

The roles advertised include everything from construction, to catering and facilities management on site. There are also jobs available with local companies based off site in the project’s supply chain. A new live search function makes it simple to register and apply for any of the available jobs.

As well as being the place to go for your job search, there’s also information about how the HPC Jobs Service team can support you through your application.

There’s also details about their upcoming recruitment events and drop-in sessions, as well as our training opportunities and apprenticeships.

Search for jobs and register

Meet the Hinkley Jobs Service team

Louise Brown, HPC Jobs Service Lead; Anthony Britten, Employment and Skills Manager; Tom Dancey, Talent Pool Manager; and Sandra Thompson, HPC Jobs Service Support; are all local residents and here to help you with expert advice, careers information or give a helping hand to hone your CV.

Did you know?

Hinkley Point C is committed to making sure that one third of all jobs on the project are filled by local people.

One of the people who has benefitted from the website is Megan Wood from Bridgwater, who was looking for an office-based role on the project. After attending a local Jobs Service recruitment event, Megan applied for the Junior On-boarding Advisor role for BYLOR and was successful.

“The process I went through was quick - the website is very easy to use and is filled with lots of great opportunities,” Megan commented. “I am still enjoying the role a year later and hope to progress, so I would definitely recommend the website to anyone looking for a position at Hinkley Point C.”