We are setting the standard for industrial dismantling through many of our tasks. The budget for the whole ND&D program at Barsebäck is about SEK 4 billion, which makes it one of the largest decommissioning projects in Sweden for the next few years. To compete the assignment, we will need to scale up the work force for the next few years. Today, we have about 180 employees working onsite. To reach peak capacity, we will need about 300 employees.
As our employee you will:
- Participate in one of Sweden’s largest industrial projects
- Take on exciting and innovative tasks – what we develop will lead the way for dismantling other nuclear power plants. Develop unique competence.
- Commit to a long-term program – the radiological dismantling phase alone will take more than eight years.
- Work in an international environment in an industry that is exciting and vital to society.
In the words of our employees
Join Christer around Barsebäck.
Follow Pia as she works with processing the waste – a crucial part of the dismantling process.
Join Maria as she follows the reactor’s internal components on their way to the interim storage
Listen to Ante
Listen to Ante telling us about the underwater segmentation of the reactor’s internal components
An inclusive workplace
We accomplish more when we are in good health. Our success is built on the workforce feeling appreciated and on everyone’s wellbeing. We strive for diversity and inclusion, where different approaches, experiences and knowledge allows us to prosper. Our differences add value to our operations.
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Working at a nuclear power plant is different from many other workplaces in terms of the stringent safety requirements, education and tests that are required for admission into the workplace.