We’ve designed a flexible framework that puts you in control of achieving your goals - whether that’s gaining professional accreditation or simply building the skills you need for a successful long-term career.
We look for talented graduates from a variety of disciplines including; civil, structural, mechanical, electrical, chemical, aerospace and aeronautical, systems and communications as well as IT, physics, geography and maths.
Use our 'graduate role finder' to learn more about the sectors that are right for you (based on your degree).
Please ensure you read the associated job descriptions for each sector you are interested in as they may have opportunities for graduates across a range of disciplines and locations.
As one of the world’s most respected design, engineering and project management consultancies, we have a responsibility to help move the world forward, one step at a time. We care about it; we want it to be a place where everyone is considered, and where lives are enriched through the implementation of our ideas.
Our skills lie in the expansive area of infrastructure – the wiring of society – encompassing buildings; land, sea, and air transport; information communications and security systems; and utilities (including energy and water); as well as in our experience of working for a broad range of clients, including national and local governments as well as the commercial sector.
- The flexibility to work in different locations
- Ability to apply your technical knowledge to analyse problems and create innovative solutions
- Excellent communicator who enjoys working as part of multidisciplinary teams
- Ambition, vision, enthusiasm and the drive to keep on developing your technical skills and achieve Chartered status.
Qualifications and experience requirements
You should already have, or be about to graduate in, a relevant degree. For specific requirements, please refer to individual opportunities.
Accepted degree subjects
physics · economics · mathematics · chemical engineering · business and management studies · geology and geographical science · chemistry · engineering, transport · accounting and finance · engineering, aerospace · engineering, mechanical · engineering, electronic and electrical · biology and life sciences · planning and surveying · materials science · computer sciences and IT · engineering management · civil engineering and construction · environmental science and ecology
Settling-in payment £2,500 in first month
Contract and working hours
Permanent · Full-time
How to apply
Number of vacancies: 300+
Please review our online role finder and brochure before submitting a formal application.
The first step is to register your personal details with us; you’ll then be invited to complete a situational judgment test (presented to you in video and text format with multiple choice responses). Next it’s the full application online and if successful here you’ll be invited to complete numerical and ability tests, a telephone interview and finally a graduate assessment centre.
Remember, you can only make one application per cycle, so take your time when reading about our opportunities.
Closing date: 21/12/2016
This job listing will no longer be available on Prospects from 21/12/2016