UKAEA employee case studies
We value our staff members here at UKAEA. For example, we offer a diverse range of learning and development opportunities, no matter what stage you are at in your career.
Don’t just take our word for it, take a look at the case studies below.
Our case studies tell the story of how we have helped to develop our team members professionally and personally.
Each case study shows:
- The employee’s key achievements in their career with UKAEA
- Their career progression
- The support put in place by the company in order to help them achieve their goals
- How they feel about their journey so far
Take a look at our case studies and see what we could do for you.
Will Hall secures an Electrical Engineering apprenticeship at RACE
Electrical Engineering Apprentice
Will joined UKAEA in September 2021 as an Electrical Engineering Apprentice. After his A-Levels, he decided he wanted to get out into the working world whilst still learning skills and gaining a qualification. In his short time with us, Will has already worked on some fantastic projects!
Faiz Rahman joins UKAEA’s graduate scheme after completing his student placement
Graduate Mechatronics Engineer
Before Faiz was a graduate, he took part in a student placement with us at UKAEA in the very department that he works in now. After graduating he chose to return to our team, already safe in the knowledge that UKAEA was where he wanted to be.
Mark Gilbert works his way from a graduate to Head of Programmes
Head of Programme in Neutron-Materials Interactions
Mark joined UKAEA as a graduate recruit in 2003. Despite knowing nothing about fusion when he first joined, he has worked his way up to become the Head of Programme in Neutron-Materials Interactions. Mark has had a large influence on our programmes throughout his career.
Fay Charlett takes advantage of our Career Development Scheme
Head of Commercial
According to Fay, her career has been “a series of wonderful accidents and fate”. She joined UKAEA in 2016, now she makes a real impact by helping to secure the projects that our teams really want to work on.