Innovate for a fast-paced future
Are you ready to be part of a well-respected team with a solid reputation in the engineering industry? Join our Graduate Development Programme, where you'll be trusted with complex work, receiving all levels of support from line managers to senior leaders.
While you grow in areas that excite you, you'll be encouraged to maintain a positive work-life balance. So, during our recruitment process, tell us what matters to you. As us how we support wellbeing in and out of the office – including different ways to be flexible around work. Let's also talk about some of our recent pledges for Equality, Diversity & Inclusion, and how we're Disability Confident, an Inclusive Employer and value Women's Equality.
With Atkins, you'll be in great company.
As one of our Graduate Electrical Engineers, you'll get to work on a wide variety of projects that interest you. Play an essential role, shaping the future of Nuclear energy. Safeguard our nation's water security by maximising distribution systems at wastewater plants. Make smart cities reality by developing innovative building control systems. Or create safer, faster travel by revolutionising transportation, CCTV and passenger information systems. You'll feel a strong sense of pride, improving our world while honing your skills and achieving Chartered status.
Where you could work
As a graduate, you could find yourself in one of the following business areas:
As a Graduate Electrical Engineer, you'll get to see your ideas realised in design and engineering projects that keep the world turning. You could work on an international airport, a local transport interchange, a nuclear power station or a university campus. You'll feel like you're part of something big, working with a broad range of clients whose projects influence policy, future technology and global sustainability. At the same time, you'll be supported to achieve your Chartership.
Nuclear & Power
For the last 20 years, our team has ensured the lights stay on, and the world remains a safe place. Join us as a Graduate Electrical Engineer and help us solve some of our greatest energy challenges. From delivering next-generation nuclear plants to maintaining existing ﬂeets and safe decommissioning. We're helping to drive evolution in the power sector. So, you can help us develop offshore generation and transmission, energy from waste, Small Modular Reactor technology and digital apps for nuclear.
What you can bring
- A passion for, and understanding of, a consultancy environment
- Enthusiasm to drive your own career development and a motivation to learn
- Be curious in your thinking and apply your technical knowledge to analyse problems and create innovative solutions
- Drive and determination to achieve professional accreditation
- An ability to adapt to the changing world of work, embracing new technology and agile ways of working
- Ability to demonstrate relationship building skills which you’ll use with clients and internal stakeholders
- Confidence to work on your own initiative as well as being part of a multidisciplinary team
Meeting your needs
We've created a rewards package to fit around your study, career and personal needs. Enjoy benefits such as flexible holidays, a pension plan, tailored career development and a strong support network. All of our graduates receive a £2,500 settling in payment on joining and a further £2,500 upon achieving professional accreditation. Read about our Total Rewards.
How do I apply?
Please click "Apply Now" below to register your details and start your application journey. To find out more and for advice on how to play to your strengths, visit us on Connectr.
We want you to perform at your best at each stage of our recruitment process and can make adjustments to ensure this. So, whether you consider yourself to have a disability or not, or would simply like to know how we can support you better, please contact us confidentially on 0121 483 5089.
Our deadline for applications is Friday 11th December 2020. Remember, our programmes are incredibly popular, and some roles may close early. So, avoid disappointment by getting your application in as soon as possible.
More about us
Atkins and Faithful+Gould are members of the SNC-Lavalin Group, we're both leading global consultancies with a combined 150 years' expertise. Our organisations collaborate on everything from transportation to defence, energy to infrastructure. At Atkins, you'll be part of a design and engineering team driven to find new answers to the biggest challenges of our time. While at Faithful+Gould, you'll work with project and programme management teams that keep our world moving forward.
This role may require security clearance and offers of employment will be dependent on obtaining the relevant level of clearance. If this is necessary, it will be discussed with you at interview.
If applying to this role please do not make reference to (in conversation) or include in your application or CV, details of any current or previously held security clearance.
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