Opportunities for Students

We offer trainee and thesis work for university and college students interested in the field of nuclear technology. Our previous trainees and thesis workers have come from mainly technical fields, but we also recruit employees from a variety of other fields, such as psychology, economics, and social sciences.

In the past, we have offered summer trainee positions to students in different parts of the organization, both in Pyhäjoki and in Helsinki. Our summer trainees have worked in various departments including project management, automation, security, authority correspondence, and quality. 

A summer trainee position at Fennovoima will allow you to learn a variety of skills related to your studies, but also an insight to the Finnish energy business and the nuclear technology field. Every employee at Fennovoima receives an introduction training ensuring a smooth start to their work. Through the training, one also familiarizes themselves with the organization. The tasks assigned to our summer employees are tailored to challenge them and can vary greatly depending on their educational backgrounds and their interests. You can apply to the summer trainee positions in early spring from this page.

We have had theses written by students from multiple disciplines. For example, theses written for Fennovoima have handled nuclear engineering, energy economy, and communications. Our top experts guide and mentor the theses works and workers. Successful thesis workers can be offered good career possibilities in the future. Until now, a few of our thesis workers have become permanent members of our staff.

You can find our current open trainee and thesis work positions here. For further inquiries about trainee and thesis positions, please send an email to recruitment@fennovoima.fi.

We also work closely with several schools, especially in the Northern Finland where we plan and support nuclear education programs. We also gladly visit schools around Finland to tell about our project. More information about this possibility you will get by emailing Minttu Hietamäki.