ETC has today re-launched its website in four languages (www.enritec.com). The new site gives deeper insight into the company’s activities, both in the uranium enrichment market for nuclear power, and the company’s other innovative activities within new energy markets such as hydrogen power, energy storage for grid management and other high-tech solutions.
The site has been redesigned to help inform talented scientists, engineers and technicians about the company’s activities and to showcase the many benefits of a career at ETC. “Relaunching our website is a key part of our HR strategy to attract talent, and get people excited about innovation, the nuclear industry, and its ability to match together with renewables to help mankind achieve carbon neutrality” says Reinhard Hinterreither, CEO.
Relaunching our website is a key part of our HR strategy to attract talent, and get people excited about innovation, the nuclear industry, and its ability to match together with renewables to help mankind achieve carbon neutrality”
Reinhard Hinterreither, CEO
"We believe the development of a new website and strong employer brand will support our HR teams to recruit ETC's next generation of scientists and operators and engineers successfully" adds Tobias Gottwald, Manager Communications. "We believe the new site reflects ETC as an engaging and rewarding company, a safe and stable place to work, offering exciting technological challenges while working on the clean, sustainable energy of the future."
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