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Business Support

Up to £19.13 per hour
Closing date
16 Feb 2024

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Role: Business Support

Salary: Up to £19.13 per hour

Hours: 37 hours per week Monday to Friday with potential to become Hybrid

Job Purpose / Overview:

The Early Careers team is growing, and we need someone to step into the Business Support role. This position is crucial for our programs, ensuring they run smoothly and meet the growing demands of our business.

We have a particular need within our Nuclear families, supporting areas like Nuclear Services (GBP), Sizewell C (SZC), and Nuclear Operations, along with ongoing support for Hinkley Point C (HPS) and Nuclear Decommissioning. The Early Careers Business Support role is all about making sure our Early Careers Programs are top-notch by handling administrative tasks, managing program elements, and communicating with both internal and external stakeholders. This role is a key part of providing a positive experience for everyone involved.

The Business Support role acts as a bridge between program participants and the program lead. It covers various aspects of the business, such as Recruitment and Onboarding, Welcome and Induction, Operational Program Delivery, Training Providers, and Qualifications leading to permanent positions.

Your main responsibilities will include:

  • Organising Welcome webinars for new program participants
  • Conducting Line Manager Role and Responsibility sessions for new starters
  • Supporting the organisation of new start inductions
  • Arranging forums and presentations for different programs
  • Managing meetings with stakeholders
  • Handling the Early Careers Mailbox
  • Collating and managing performance feedback
  • Organising Meet and Greet sessions with Mentors
  • Supporting the organisation of graduation events
  • Managing Early Careers Share point
  • Assisting Early Careers Programme Leads in day-to-day operations
  • Managing various data collection tasks, such as Reward and Recognition, Wellbeing surveys, etc.
  • Providing clear and effective communications to various groups

Skills, Qualifications & Experience:

Strong communication skills with attention to detail

Creativity and innovation in finding more efficient ways of working using technology

Genuine interest in nuclear energy, the power generation industry, and technology

Desire to support individuals on their program and career journey

Excellent communication, interpersonal, and organisational skills

Flexibility to travel

Experience working within Early Careers or with Adolescent people is a plus

Health & Safety Responsibilities:

Recognising the need to create a safe working environment

Following work instructions, rules, procedures, etc.

Reporting any confusing or inappropriate rules

Reporting potential hazards in the work environment


As the nation’s largest producer of low-carbon electricity, EDF are looking for sharp minds to join the team and help shape the UK’s energy future.

They aim to become the best, most trusted energy supplier for their customers, through trust, transparency and teamwork. That’s why they have developed a working environment where you can perform at your best; where you’re empowered with the skills and opportunities to achieve great things.

Don’t just take it from us – take a look at what this Manpower employee thinks about working onsite at EDF in Hove:

“Working with Manpower at EDF has been a fantastic experience. I’ve worked in three assignments here, and found them all interesting and varied. EDF is a great company and the Manpower team are always really supportive and helpful” – Kevin, Customer Service Advisor

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Head Office
3rd Floor, Cardinal Place
80 Victoria Street

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