National Nuclear Laboratory
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National Nuclear Laboratory Careers and Employment

About the company

  • Founded
    2009
  • Company size
    501 to 1,000
  • Revenue
    £75m to £365m (GBP)
  • Industry
    Government & Public Administration
  • Link
    National Nuclear Laboratory website
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Project Management

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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 16 reviews and is evolving.

4.0020182.8020195.002020

Reviews

Assistant Project Manager in Warrington, Cheshire
on 3 December 2019
Challenging but ultimately rewarding working environment
NNL has a very welcoming environment for its new starters, the work done by NNL is very interesting and provides lots of opportunity for development for young people looking to make a strong start in any future career. Every team i have been involved with have the best interests of their own team members and support them as best as possible.
Mechanical Engineer in Birchwood, Cheshire
on 15 March 2020
Lovely place to work, enthusiastic like minded colleagues.
Lovely place to work, enthusiastic like minded colleagues. Secure jobs, flexible working, nice people. Good work culture and good resources to carry out work successfully.
Comissioning team leader in Sellafield, Cumbria
on 27 November 2019
good place to work
Good team to work with and a good relationship with the operations team. the project teams were covering many different aspects of general engineering along with nuclear safety.
Projects in Preston
on 9 August 2019
Worst Place to Work
The culture is very bad and a lot of politics and if you can not play along office politics you are out of the door. I left as I was not comfortable with the office politics and the culture. The management and the Project Management Authority are worst. A lot of people have left and will continue leaving and management seems not to bother to look into the reasons people are leaving. Worst place to work.
Junior Project Manager in Risley, Cheshire
on 8 April 2019
Highly pressurised
Generally okay place to work. Diversity was shocking. I try not to think of it as a reason for my redundancy.Sadly experienced some snobbish people. Generally didn't find my time there comfortable. Politics at senior level affected projects and thus contract lengths were reduced. My short interaction with the CEO was pleasant which was a saving grace. Would I work there again? I'm not so sure.

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