Beyond Recruitment

NRL are partnering with SSE and Siemens to assess and manage the flow of supplementary workers required for the Keadby 2 project.

To express your interest in joining the labour pool, you must meet these minimum requirements:

  • CCNSG Safety Passport (where applicable)
  • Eligible to work in the UK

All contractors working on the site, that require supplementary labour, will be required to access them through the Keadby 2 project talent pool.

If you would like the opportunity to potentially work on this site then please complete the registration form below. 

*Due to compatibility issues on some mobile phones, please submit your application on a desktop computer or laptop.*

Register your interest in a role at Keadby 2


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Unfortunately, due to the high volume of interest in roles on this project NRL cannot guarantee that qualified candidates will be selected for interview.

What is Keadby 2?

Keadby 2 is a new Combined Cycle Gas Turbine (CCGT) power station SSE has partnered with Siemens to build.

Once operational the power station will have the capacity to generate up to 840MW of electricity – using first of its kind, high-efficiency gas-fired generation technology.

Keadby 2 will be built on land adjacent to the existing Power Station in Keadby, Scunthorpe.

Who are NRL?

Established over 35 years ago, NRL has grown into one of the country’s leading privately-owned recruitment and contracting companies – supporting major projects across the UK.

Engaging the local community

SSE, Siemens and NRL are committed to engaging the local community to explore job opportunities on the construction site, so it was great to see such a good turnout at our Scunthorpe recruitment fair in August.

Senior Project Manager Mike Fox from Siemens gave an update on how the project is progressing, and NRL’s project team chatted with almost 400 local residents to register their interest in joining the Keadby 2 labour pool.