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Nuclear Energy Market
Head of Nuclear
ERG and the Nuclear Energy Sector
At ERG we are always seeking to gain competitor advantage by analysing market
trends, understanding the economy and making sure that our unique headhunting
approach is always governed by the driving factors of supply and demand. With this
in mind, we made a corporate decision to strategically position a division of ERG to
focus solely on the Nuclear Energy Sector where the shortage of relevant, skilled
individuals was clearly evident.
ERG has been instrumental in the provision of specialist personnel to ensure this
need is addressed and the Nuclear Energy division has understood the huge impact
that such demand has placed on the Industry across the globe.
There has been no obvious flow of graduates from this sector and consequently it
became apparent that a skills shortage would result allowing our specific targeted
search and selection policy to come to the fore and provide the relevant resource. It
is noted that targeted advertising, database searching, Job board analysis and even
word of mouth processes does not and will not deliver such personnel.
Due to the incestuous nature of the industry, the ERG Associates Programme is a
proven model for adding key personnel who add real value - ensuring your business
targets can be achieved with the right resource. Additionally we provide well
illustrated reasoning and due diligence to support our claims, ensuring your decision
process is made as simple as it can be.
Associates Programme and Differentiation
It is almost a certainty in this market place that the candidate you require will
not be readily available on the open market and definitely not known to the
It has taken ERG a number of years to nurture and grow our Associate
audience consisting of a dedicated network of Renewable Energy experts.
These hand picked individuals have bought into the ERG philosophy and are in
constant communication with our Consultants. Mostly working on an exclusive
basis, it ensures ERG can deliver individuals not previously introduced since
they are identified, headhunted and retained onto our Associates Programme ,
where they benefit by regular interaction and first refusal on new positions. This
model is built up from years of trust, delivery and through recommendations
and careful networking we are able to gain access to an exclusive pool of
Understanding Nuclear Energy?
Understanding the marketplace and the different areas that make up this sector
is a vital component to ERG being able to operate successfully. Our aim is not
to teach you about your own business sector but to show how our
understanding of it has made us stand out from the rest and how we can deliver
- adding the most value to our clients..
The specific Nuclear Energy arm of ERG only works within this sector where
energy is generated from the nuclear industry. As shown in the left diagram
taken from EIA the industry is projected to increase in its demand over the next
twenty years and with the lack of natural resourse such as Natural Gas and
Coal more and more countries will turn towards Nuclear power. In a short space
of time we have developed strong client relationships in the provision of
resource with expertise across most of these disciplines.
As ERG has grown into this sector and developed a deeper understanding of
the needs of our clients, we have understood the well illustrated skills shortage
housed within the Nuclear sector
Early in 2008 the new White Paper on Nuclear Power put nuclear energy at the
heart of the UK government's response to the need for secure, safe, affordable,
low-carbon energy supplies. The Prime Minister framed the new policy in terms
of taking quot;determined long-term action to reduce carbon emissions,quot; using
quot;nuclear power [as] a tried and tested technology [which] has provided the UK
with secure supplies of safe, low-carbon electricity for half a century.quot;
quot;Set against the challenges of climate change and security of supply, the
evidence in support of new nuclear power stations is compelling,quot; according to
the minister introducing the white paper. The government invited energy
companies to bring forward plans to build and operate new nuclear power
plants alongside other low-carbon technologies including renewables, as well
as possibly carbon capture and storage (CCS) from fossil fuelled
generation. Some 30-35 GWe of new generating capacity will be required in
the next two decades, most of it base-load.