Issue No. 42 Autumn
(November 2013)


ENS News

Word from the President


ENS 2014 Career Convention

ENS High Scientific Council Position Paper

ENS Events

NESTet 2013

PIME 2014

RRFM 2014

ENC 2014

Member Societies

SNE News

Technology research - the SUSEN project and the nuclear fuel cycle (JPC)


YGN Report

SNUS at Pohoda – again with Info-kiosk

A Young Generation Network initiative on the role and expectations of the Bulgarian nuclear society

Country Report - France

Interview with Mr François GAUCHÉ, CEA

Members of the Czech and Slovak YGNs take part in joint retreat

Corporate Members

L-3 MAPPS Successfully Completes Major Projects for Eskom’s Koeberg Power Station in South Africa

High temperature furnace

Specialist Engineering for Supply, Interim Storage and Logistics

ENUSA’s strategy for gaining access to international nuclear fuel markets

MYRRHA takes a step closer to realization

ENS World News

TRASNUSAFE - Training Schemes On Nuclear Safety Culture


The ECVET-oriented Nuclear Job Taxonomy: a European cooperative project

ENS sponsored conferences

ENS Members

Links to ENS Member Societies

Links to ENS Corporate Members

Editorial staff

PIME 2014

PIME 2014
16 - 19 February 2014 in Ljubljana, Slovenia

RRFM 2014

RRFM 2014
30 March - 3 April 2014 in Ljubljana, Slovenia

ENC 2014

ENC 2014
11 - 15 May 2014 in Marseille, France

TopFuel 2015

Topfuel 2015
13 - 17 September 2015 in Zurich, Switzerland

ENC Career Event

ENS 2014 Career Convention: bringing together employers and employees active in the nuclear sector

After the great success of its 2012 Career Convention ENS will again organise a similar event in 2014, back-to-back with ENC 2014 in Marseille, France (11 May 2014).

A recent survey among nuclear professionals revealed a very high level of job mobility, with around half of respondents willing to work anywhere in Europe or even worldwide. This is consistent with the ability of many respondents to speak English or French to a good business level, as well as a very high willingness to learn another language if the prospective employment requires it. The preparedness of professionals in the nuclear industry to relocate as well as increase their language proficiency provides an opportunity for organisations that are willing to do so to recruit from the international market.

As the largest European society representing professionals active in the nuclear science and industry community, ENS is well-placed to act as a catalyst for creating this opportunity and to bring together employers and employees in the nuclear sector. Consequently, the 2012 Career Convention attracted highly skilled candidates from over 30 countries who applied while at various different stages of their respective careers – ranging from outright beginners to professionals with more than 10 years of experience. They applied for job opportunities that corresponded to 44 different profiles in areas as diverse as safety and process engineering, procurement management and marketing.

Preparations are now in full swing to repeat this success next year in Marseille. For further information employers interested in hiring highly qualified professionals and employees in the nuclear sector who are actively looking for new challenges can already contact or call Kirsten Epskamp +32 2 505 30 54.





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