Eximus Energy launches nuclear practice
Nuclear power currently provides approximately 11% of the world's electricity. With increasing demand for electricity driving the nuclear expansion programme there is vast demand for specialist skills.
The Eximus Energy Nuclear Practice sources technical talent for a diverse range of nuclear projects across new plant build, commissioning and operations, the decommissioning of legacy assets and technological advancement in fields including power, defense and fusion. The practice partners with operators, EPC contractors, consultancies, OEMS and Utilities.
Encompassing the full industry lifecycle, the practice is structured as three defined business units:
The team’s recruitment experts have extensive knowledge of the sector, enabling them to satisfy the complex skill requirements of clients. In line with the Eximius Energy model, the team work to develop long term partnerships, offering a consultative, tailor made service for every client.
Eximius Energy has appointed Ben Smith, team leader, to head up the Nuclear Practice. Smith has nine years’ experience in the nuclear recruitment industry, as well as holding SC level security clearance. He has achieved great success in his career to date, building nuclear functions for previous employers and developing a thorough understanding of the sector.
Smith commented, “I’m excited by the prospect of future advancements and renaissance within the nuclear industry and am relishing the opportunity to grow a dedicated nuclear offering, within an already notableEnergy division. I am motivated by the company’s determination and focus on delivering excellence to clients.”
Co-founder and managing director, Ed Stevens commented, “We are thrilled that Ben has joined Eximius to build our Nuclear Practice. This is an exciting and challenging time for the industry - the nuclear new build programme in the UK alone could generate tens of thousands of jobs in the sector. We have a clear vision to become the market leader within the sector, supporting client growth through the supply of the highly specialised talent they require.”