“Developing your talent in this rapidly growing sector”
Energus are leading the way in the war against cyber-crime, through the delivery of their extensive Cyber Security programmes.
To support the commitment to Cyber Security training for Cumbria, Energus, in collaboration with the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA), recently launched its state of the art Cyber Lab. This facility is a first for the North West and sees a fully immersive environment that can be utilised by local businesses to get real life experience of cyber-attacks within a simulated environment.
In 2018 we received our first cohort of cyber security graduates on behalf of the NDA group. This will deliver a pipeline of talent into an area of critical skills shortage.
After the closing date applications will be sifted and you will be notified whether you have been progressed to the next stage of our recruitment process. If you pass all stages of the recruitment process, the final stage will be an Assessment Centre which we anticipate will take place in April 2019.
Hear from one of our current graduates.
Graeme - Cyber Graduate
Starting in October 2016, I’ve been an ONR sponsored graduate focusing on Cyber Security.
Through the scheme, I have been seconded to the International Atomic Energy Agency, the World Institute for Nuclear Security, and Context Information Security (a leading cyber security consultancy). I am now placed at the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) until I finish the scheme in mid-October 2018, at which point I will return to ONR to complete my development towards being a fully qualified nuclear cyber security inspector.
The variety of secondments on the scheme has pushed me to develop in a range of different technical areas. When combined with the fantastic soft skill development in the scheme’s mandatory training zones, this has developed me into a really well rounded cyber security professional, able to appreciate the breadth of the field whilst still having enough technical expertise and interpersonal skill to make a real contribution to the security of the UK’s civil nuclear industry.
Overall, I’ve had a really enjoyable 2 years on the scheme, and I would recommend this graduate programme to anyone looking to start a fulfilling career in an exciting technical area of a fascinating industry.