We have been at the forefront of our industry for over 50 years, delivering complex and robust technical solutions to critical national infrastructure. We would not have achieved this without our people.
We have built a team with the knowledge, experience, passion and insight needed to help ensure we can consistently deliver exceptional and enduring value of service to our Customers.
We must continue to attract, develop and retain the best people - individuals who take responsibility for their careers, demonstrate initiative and have an unrivalled drive for delivering results and keeping our customers' critical national infrastructure operating effectively.
We are extremely proud of what we do and how well we do it.
We hold ourselves and each other accountable for getting the job done correctly. We are open and inclusive and encourage all our employees to challenge the norms.
We support one another to improve and grow professionally and offer excellent opportunities for each and every one of our people to develop and reach their potential.
Encouraging people to take personal responsibility for driving their own career, we inspire a bottom-up approach to career progression, providing the setting, tools and opportunities for employees to develop in a direction that’s meaningful to them.
All this is underpinned by our approach to learning and development - continually developing our people on a wide range of technologies and innovations - ensuring we can continue to meet the objectives of our customers’ as well as our people.
Our pathways have been tailored to suit different levels of experience and developmental needs, ensuring that we cater for individuals from a wide range of hardware or software engineering backgrounds, and particularly those with a passion for engineering.
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An apprenticeship within the Nuclear industry really does offer exciting opportunities to learn and develop your skills, you will be exposed to so many interesting and critical projects and will be working alongside knowledgeable people. This isn’t something you get in any industry.
I was really pleased to win the UK Nuclear Skills Awards Apprentice of the Year 2021. The award recognised all my hard work and the enthusiasm I have for my role and this industry.
In my role you need to be personable, punctual, technical and patient. As an apprentice you’ll gain a lot of skills and experience whilst working.
My favourite part of my job is the satisfaction when something is finally fixed.
To be successful, the skills I believe to be important are being a good listener, the ability to learn from mistakes and having excellent attention to detail. These skills empower you to learn and develop from others, and acquire new knowledge from all the work that you do.
After such a short time of being with Capula, I am getting great recognition for my work, and the team has started to deliver software to clients that is changing their way of working. When joining the team, the product was in its infancy and its rewarding to see how far it has come within a short time frame.
Since joining Capula in 2011 as a Junior Systems Engineer, I have been fortunate enough to be offered many opportunities to develop professionally throughout my career and academically alongside it. In 2015 Capula offered to support and sponsor my academic journey, initially a FdSc in Electrical and Electronic Technology and more recently for a BEng (Hons) in Electrical and Electronic Engineering.
Capula is looking for extraordinary people to join our industry-leading team as we continue to define the future of Engineering.