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Future Female Engineers


About us

Kier Group is a leading property, residential, construction and services group, which invests in, builds, maintains and renews the places where we work, live and play. We operate across a range of sectors including defence, education, housing, industrials, power, transport and utilities. With proven expertise in building and civil engineering, support services, public and private house building, property development and structured property financing, Kier is a partner people can trust. The Group employs over 21,000 people in its operations in the UK, the Middle East, Australia and Hong Kong.

Being part of Kier means living our values of being collaborative, enthusiastic and forward thinking. We all have the potential to shape our world, and it’s through these values that we will leave a lasting legacy. Make the journey to Kier to receive industry-leading mentorship and support, the opportunity to work on hugely notable, cutting-edge projects, and leave a legacy by developing your practical and theoretical knowledge surrounded by industry experts.

Make the journey. Leave a legacy.

Let’s shape your world together.

Graduate Opportunities

We offer Graduate and Undergraduate Programmes across all our divisions in roles including Civil Engineers, Design Engineers, Design Managers, Construction Managers, Quantity Surveyors to name a few. We look for those who embody our company ethos, whilst academically you’ll be on course to achieve a 2.1 or above in a relevant degree. We offer unique career progression prospects and the training and development we offer are unparalleled. Joining us as a graduate or undergraduate is a proper job with real responsibilities.

We recruit on a rolling basis so we encourage you to submit your application as soon as possible so you don’t miss out.

How to Apply

To apply, please submit your application via our website at You will need to create a profile and upload your CV. If successful, we will invite you to attend an assessment centre for the relevant division and role.