Supply Chain Graduate Programme
Ours is an industry that is changing quickly and taking on more and more importance. Climate change, security of supply, the need for new infrastructure – all of these will affect the energy industry in the years to come. But as the largest generator of low-carbon electricity in the UK, EDF Energy is perfectly placed to tackle such issues. This is an open invitation to explore a major business that's growing in size, influence and profile – and explore it fully.
About the Supply Chain programme
Lasting two years, the programme consists of a series of rotations in different areas of Supply Chain, where you'll learn how we manage an annual spend of over £600m in over 50 market areas.
On-the-job training is diverse and covers everything from supply chain operations to market management, contract management to outage management. Placements are likely to include a spell in Corporate Supply Chain and at our Central Technical Organisation in Gloucester. You will also have the chance to sample life in a nuclear power station.
You will have the opportunity to study for membership of the Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply (CIPS) as well as a range of other courses. At every stage you'll be mentored by experienced supply chain professionals.
Once you know precisely what we do and how everything fits together, you’ll be in a good position to decide where your skills and ambitions will best fit in. The programme has been designed to expose you to Supply Chain’s work ensuring continual improvement in a nuclear context, as well as giving you an opportunity to understand the wider business.
You'll hold at least a 2:1 in a Business Management, Business Studies, Supply Chain Management or Logistics degree. You’ll work in a number of different locations, so it’s important that you’re flexible about travelling and living away from home.
About EDF Energy
EDF Energy is one of the UK’s largest energy companies and its largest producer of low-carbon electricity. We're committed to tackling the big issues facing today’s energy sector such as climate change, increased demand, rising prices and energy security. By always doing what we can to make things better, we want to win the trust of customers.
Applications close on 16th December 2016