What if you could work with remarkable people on extraordinary things? What if the end result was something a little bit special?
What if your role was mission critical?
For nearly 70 years, AWE has been at the forefront of nuclear weapons research and development. We have a critical mission : to provide the warheads for the UK’s ultimate deterrent Trident.
We also use our unique skills to provide wider UK government with counter-terrorism and nuclear threat reduction solutions.
It takes a special sort of person to work at AWE. What if that person was you?
AWE are currently seeking an Asset Change Manager to deliver Tech Centre Asset Change project portfolio to time, cost, and quality, compliant with AWE processes.
The role of the Asset Change Manager is to drive efficient delivery of Asset Change requests for the appropriate Tech Centre / ATO holder, whilst maintaining the correct balance between delivery and governance.
You will be expected to manage asset Change projects with awareness and compliance to the nuclear licence conditions and conventional industry safety and environmental regulations
Location Reading area.
These roles are graded with the band starting at £42700
AWE (one of the best 25 big companies to work for in the UK) offers an attractive array of benefits which include :
Please note that you must be a British National to apply for a role at AWE.
AWE plays a crucial role in the defence of the United Kingdom, by providing and maintaining the warheads for the country’s nuclear deterrent.
We are a centre of scientific, engineering and technological excellence, with some of the most advanced research, design and production facilities in the world.
Our unique expertise also assists the UK Government in developing and delivering a range of innovative and integrated support services, including national nuclear security and counter-terrorism solutions.
AWE is an equal opportunities employer. We value diversity and welcome applications from candidates from all backgrounds.
We particularly welcome applications from sections of the community which are currently under-represented at AWE, including women, BAME and people with disabilities.