This programme consists of rotational placements and therefore you must be willing to relocate as and when the programme requires.
Qualifications: You must have, or be predicted to gain, a 2:2 degree classification or above in an Engineering discipline.
To apply for this role, you must hold a valid full UK car driving licence, or be willing to learn to drive and agree to secure a valid full UK car driving licence at least 3 months before the programmes start date.
About the role
As an Assistant Mechanical Engineer at National Grid your role is significant within the Pipelines and Above Ground Installations team in Engineering & Asset management. You will be keeping track of the developments and, compiled by the senior mechanical engineers, of the control systems and other major machines that are necessary in today’s world. Making the day to day work more efficient.
You will be part of a team that provide engineering expertise to stakeholders across the National Grid Gas Transmission business. You will learn from these experts to perform assignments designed to develop professional work knowledge covering a range of engineering disciplines including mechanical, materials, welding, civil and corrosion management.
What you'll do
You will be:
Providing engineering support to field based teams and to capital construction projects (including new build projects and repair/maintenance to existing assets).
Identifying and managing innovation projects to generate solutions to our engineering problems.
Applying industry standards and best practices in day to day engineering activities
Developingof National Grid internal specifications
Supporting the wider Engineering & Asset Management team to develop asset strategies and investment scopes to ensure timely and cost efficient interventions are made.
Providing engineering support to ensure National Grid meets our legislative and regulatory requirements
What's in it for you
You will be mentored by our experienced engineers to develop the technical, commercial, interpersonal & management competencies for professional accreditation (IEng or CEng).
What you'll get
You will receive a starting salary of £28,105 (or £29,127 if you hold a Masters) and a £2000 joining bonus. You will also have access to a number of additional benefits such as 25 days’ holiday, a generous completion payment, an accommodation allowance as you move around the business, a competitive pension scheme and a number of flexible benefits to name just a few.
Who are we
At National Grid, we don’t just ask our people to deliver to the highest standards. We also support them to be the best they can be. We welcome and encourage applicants with diverse experiences and backgrounds. National Grid’s ambition is to drive, develop and operate our business in a way that results in a more inclusive culture. We are committed to building a workforce which represents the communities we serve and a working environment in which each individual feels respected, fairly treated, valued and able to reach their full potential.
The closing date for this vacancy is Sunday 15th December, however we encourage candidates to submit their application as early as possible and not to wait until the published closing date. National Grid's recruitment periods can and may vary. We reserve the right to remove this advert or close it to further applications at any point during the recruitment process.
If you consider yourself to have a disability, long term health condition and/or require any reasonable adjustments to complete any part of our application process, please make us aware as soon as possible so we can make the relevant adjustments.
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