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Old 23-07-2016, 12:29 AM   #1
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Default Renewable Energy graduate looking for career start

Hello.

I have recently graduated from university with a 2:1 BSc honours in Renewable Energy Technology. I also have a HND within Engineering systems

I am looking to get my first role in my new career and I thought an ad on here couldnt hurt!

I am seeking entry posts for project managment, operations, maintenance. Well anything really as if I'd take a look into any role. I would prefer in Scotland but if needs must I would relocate.

Thanks.

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Well done to you.
I work for EDF down in Suffolk but there are opportunities in Scotland.
Hunterston & Torness are both a fair commute from Dundee but here's a link...
https://www.edfenergy.com/careers
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Will look into EDF. Not hear any news recently about the new hinkley reactor. Hopefully it goes through.
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EDF and their investors seemed to be waiting for the EU referendum. EDF wanted UK to stay in the EU.
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