Nawah Energy Company Careers 2021
Safely, reliably and efficiently generate electricity through nuclear energy to power the growth of the UAE
About Nawah Energy Company
Established in 2016, Nawah Energy Company (Nawah) is the subsidiary of the Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation (ENEC) and Korea Electric Power Corporation (KEPCO) in charge of operating and maintaining Units 1-4 of the Barakah Nuclear Energy Plant, the first nuclear energy plant in the UAE and the Arab World, located in the Al Dhafra Region, Abu Dhabi.
Nawah harnesses the power of nuclear energy to provide a safe, reliable, clean and sustainable supply of low-carbon electricity to contribute to the UAE’s social and economic development and enhance the quality of life for generations to come.
With safety as its overriding priority, and in adherence to the highest international standards in the nuclear industry, Nawah will generate up to 5,600 megawatts of energy from the 4 units at Barakah, supplying approximately 25% of the UAE’s electricity requirements.
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- Nuclear Safety Culture
- Emergency Preparedness Program
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- The Emergency Response Center
- Oversight Committees
- Health and Safety Policy
– Environment and Sustainability
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has a critical need for new, clean sources of electricity triggered by a growing population and economy. After evaluating a wide array of energy options, nuclear energy emerged as the right choice to deliver the needed baseload electricity with nearly zero carbon emissions.
During operation, nuclear energy facilities produce no carbon emissions. More than one-third of man-made greenhouse gases are caused by burning fossil fuels to generate electricity. Because nuclear energy facilities do not burn fossil fuels, they do not emit these gases. When fully operational, the Barakah Nuclear Energy Plant is expected to save the UAE up to 21 million tons of carbon emissions every year.
The Nawah Nuclear Safety Policy serves as the overarching policy for and encompasses within it focused elements of Reactor, Radiological, Industrial, Environmental and Security. The Nawah Nuclear Safety Policy is aligned with the Nawah Integrated Management System (NIMS) Policy.
Nawah leadership is committed to the following Environmental Safety attributes as an element of the Nawah Nuclear Safety Culture:
- Protecting the environment, biodiversity, ecosystems, and cultural heritage.
- Preventing pollution and greenhouse gas emission into the environment.
- Employing a systematic approach to manage environmental and corporate social responsibilities.
- Full compliance with all environmental requirements and commitments.
- Considering the environment, sustainability and waste management matters equally with other critical business activities.
- Promoting a healthy environmental and sustainability culture as part of its safety culture among its employees, contractors, and suppliers.
- Continual improvement of the integrated management system (IMS) to enhance environmental performance.
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– Developing the next generation of nuclear experts
Nawah Energy Company Energy Pioneers Program offers talented students a scholarship for the Higher Diploma in Nuclear Technology Program.
Through the Energy Pioneers Program, UAE Nationals have an opportunity to gain specialist expertise and practical experience to pursue a range of careers across the country’s emerging nuclear energy industry and play a part in operating the region’s first nuclear energy plant.
Each applicant is required to register online through email@example.com and complete all screening examinations, interviews and required assessments to ensure eligibility.
– Higher Diploma of Nuclear Technology
In collaboration with Abu Dhabi Polytechnic, a Higher Diploma in Nuclear Technology (HDNT) program was developed to provide specialist technical training and expertise for professionals interested in helping to operate the UAE’s nuclear fleet. The program balances practical hands-on training and classroom theory, preparing Emirati high school graduates for a range of careers across the nuclear energy sector.
Applicants interested in receiving scholarship support from Nawah Energy Company should enter “Abu Dhabi Polytechnic” as their first choice for the HDNT program.
Admission criteria for the HDNT Program:
- Must be a UAE National.
- Age: not older than 22 years-old.
- English Proficiency: IELTS Academic band 5.5 or equivalent.
- High School Graduate in the Advanced Track with a minimum achievement of 80%.
- For Students without the UAE SSC, the equivalent requirements as approved by the UAE Ministry of Education are applied.
For more information, and for registration for the HDNT:
- Call +97123062777 to enquire about our programs.
- Email Nawah Scholarship Team at: firstname.lastname@example.org
– Bachelor, Master and Ph.D Program in Nuclear
The Bachelor, Master, and PhD programs have been officially transferred to the Abu Dhabi Department of Education and Knowledge (ADEK). Kindly contact ADEK directly to find out the requirements.
– Summer Program and Internship
Nawah hosts students as part of sharing knowledge and providing educational support; i.e. internship and summer training program:
Internship is for the external students internship/summer trainees (referred by the college/university). In co-ordination with the higher education body, Nawah receives requests to host students for a period of between two to four months.
Voluntary Training Program is for the external student’s summer trainees (who voluntary initiated summer training request). Nawah hosts summer trainees during their school summer break. Nawah receives requests to host students for a period of between two and four months.
Nawah Talent Management department conducts an initial screening of each intern’s profile and CV, and the eligible candidates are contacted for an interview. The purpose of the interview is to assess the intern’s knowledge and suitability for the internship program.
For applications/inquiries please contact InternshipProgram@nawah.ae
Every day, we are committed to our six corporate values of accountability, teamwork, safety, integrity, trust and excellence.
Responsibility and authority are well defined and clearly understood, and people take ownership for their work, delivering high quality results in a timely manner as efficiently as possible.
Individuals and teams communicate and coordinate their activities within and across organizational boundaries, demonstrating a strong sense of collaboration and cooperation in connection with projects and operational activities.
Safety is the overriding priority at ENEC. We design and execute world-class safety and security processes and systems that ensure the safety of the public, ENEC employees and the environment.
We listen to and respect the opinions, expertise and traditions of others. We are accountable for our work, our business and our actions. We do not tolerate discrimination or harassment.
We build trust through adhering to nuclear standards, living our values, fulfilling our commitments and promoting open and fact-based communications with our colleagues, our stakeholders and the general public.
Nawah Energy Company Careers
Nawah is an Emirati-led company, dedicated to supporting homegrown talent and empowering such talent to progress in their careers. We are proud to say that we are a company of many UAE Nationals who are well on their way to becoming nuclear experts.
We are committed to developing the next generation of nuclear experts, by providing scholarship and training opportunities through our Energy Pioneers Program, to support our vision of becoming a globally recognized top nuclear operator.
Jobs at Nawah Energy Company
At Nawah, we provide top local, regional and international talent a diverse, fast-paced and dynamic environment where they can grow and develop.
Our employees hail from all walks of life, representing a range of different backgrounds, age groups and experiences, with our workforce reflecting the UAE’s multi-cultural environment and the scale of this world-class program.
Nawah currently employs some of the sharpest minds and most dynamic individuals from the nuclear industry and we are enabling all of our team members, whether they are seasoned professionals or fresh graduates, to gain the knowledge and experience they need to succeed and excel.
We strive to ensure our valued employees enjoy a long and rewarding career with us, which is why we are dedicated to equipping them with the means to be at the forefront of the industry, and the tools to achieve their own professional goals.
Focus on Females
At Nawah, we firmly believe in the fundamental role that women have to play in the success of the UAE’s Peaceful Nuclear Energy Program and we actively encourage women to contribute to the continued development of the UAE.
Currently, women represent over 20% of our workforce, and add value across all areas of the organization, holding positions ranging from Senior Reactor Operators (SROs) to holding key positions as Managers and Directors. Values including gender equality and diversity are key to the success of our organization, and a strong driving force behind Nawah’s vision to become a top global nuclear operator.
Nawah Energy Company is the world’s newest nuclear operating company, with the mandate to operate and maintain the four nuclear energy units that make up the Barakah Nuclear Energy Plant. Our mission is to safely, reliably and efficiently generate electricity from nuclear energy to power the growth of the UAE. Working with the support of our Joint Venture owners, the Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation (ENEC) and the Korea Electric Power Corporation (KEPCO), we are committed to becoming a globally recognized, world-class nuclear plant operator.
Vision & Mission
The Nawah Energy Company is a Private Joint Stock Company (PJSC) co-owned by the Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation (ENEC) (82%) and the Korea Electric Power Corporation (KEPCO) (18%).
– ENEC Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation (ENEC)
Since its inception in 2009, Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation (ENEC) has been working to deliver safe, clean, reliable and efficient nuclear energy to the nation – energy that is needed to support the country’s social and economic growth. ENEC’s mission is to deliver nuclear energy as a new source of energy in the UAE, in order to diversify the UAE’s energy portfolio and meet growing energy demands in the nation. ENEC is responsible for the design, construction and ownership of the UAE’s first nuclear energy plant.
ENEC’s responsibilities include:
- Working closely with the Abu Dhabi and Federal governments to ensure that the peaceful nuclear energy program is aligned with the industrial infrastructure plans of the UAE.
- Developing the human resource capacity for the nuclear energy program in coordination with the educational sector in the UAE.
- Effectively engaging with the UAE community to raise awareness and understanding about the program and the role of nuclear energy in the nation’s energy portfolio.
ENEC also serves as the investment arm of the Government of Abu Dhabi, making strategic investments in the nuclear sector, both domestically and internationally.
– Korea Electric Power Corporation (KEPCO)
– Fedral Authority for Nuclear Regulation (FANR)
In September 2009, FANR was established to be the regulatory body for the nuclear sector in the UAE in accordance with Federal Law by Decree No 6 of 2009, Concerning the Peaceful Uses of Nuclear Energy, which was issued by the UAE President H.H. Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan.
FANR protects the UAE’s public, the environment and its workers by conducting nuclear regulatory programs in safety, security, radiation protection and safeguards, which fulfill key objectives in licensing and inspection in accordance with best international practices. FANR also oversees the implementation of the UAE’s obligations under the international treaties, conventions and agreements in the nuclear sector, and determines administrative standards, which support excellence in regulation.
– International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)
The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) is the world’s central intergovernmental forum for scientific and technical co-operation in the nuclear field. IAEA works for the safe, secure and peaceful uses of nuclear science and technology, contributing to international peace and security and the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals.
The Agency was set up as the world’s “Atoms for Peace” organization within the United Nations family. Since its inception, it has worked with the UN Member States and multiple partners worldwide to promote safe, secure and peaceful nuclear technologies. For almost six decades, the Agency has been committed to making nuclear science and technology available to its Member States in a safe, secure and peaceful manner.
The Agency’s work is focused on addressing the evolving needs and developmental goals of its Member States such as the UAE. The Nawah Energy Company works in accordance with all guidelines and international best practices identified by the IAEA.
World Association of Nuclear Operators (WANO)
The World Association of Nuclear Operators (WANO) unites every company and country in the world that has an operating commercial nuclear power plant to achieve the highest possible standards of nuclear safety. WANO exists purely to help its members reach the top levels of operational safety and reliability. This is achieved through a series of highly regarded programmes, such as peer reviews, access to technical support and a global library of operating experience.
WANO is a non-profit organization and does not advocate for, or on behalf of, the nuclear industry. With safety as the only goal, WANO helps operators communicate effectively and share information openly.
With offices in London and Hong Kong, and regional centers in Moscow, Atlanta, Tokyo and Paris, WANO cuts across political barriers and interests. WANO membership is at a worldwide level. Upon joining, each member is required to affiliate with at least one regional center.
WANO ensures the transfer of operational experience from one member to another through a system of peer reviews. These peer reviews help members compare themselves against standards of excellence through an in-depth, objective review of their operations by an independent team from outside their organization. The result is a direct and straightforward report that highlights strengths and areas for improvement in nuclear safety and plant reliability. Members learn and share worldwide insights on safe and reliable plant operation and thereby improve their own performance. The same principles extend to companies, as well as stations, in the form of the corporate peer review.
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