The Nuclear Decommissioning Authority has launched a new graduate programme with opportunities at Hunterston A.

The NDA is tasked with safely and securely decommissioning the nation’s oldest nuclear sites, removing the burden for future generations, and supporting the local communities by enabling permanent, positive, and significant social and economic change.

Opportunities vary from radiation protection to accountants, engineers to cyber security specialists and commercial officers to project managers.

There are various options to develop a long lasting and meaningful career, suitable for a diverse range of people, with applicants supported at the end of the programme to secure a longer-term role.

The NDA group, made up of 17,000 staff around the UK, has a proven track record of investing in early career development and embracing diversity, offering a wealth of development opportunities and other benefits for those who join.

It is looking to attract a wide variety of candidates, from a diverse range of backgrounds, with a broad range of skills, to work in an environment where colleagues feel respected, included and able to perform at their best.

The graduate programme is looking for applications from anyone who is due to graduate this year, or within the last five years, with a 2:2 degree or above in a relevant degree subject.

To find out more about the scheme and the application criteria, graduates can visit