FAQ – Graduate Scheme

Q. How long is the graduate scheme?

The graduate scheme will last for 2 years where you will complete 4 rotational placements each lasting 6 months each

Q. When will I start?

The graduate programme will start the first week of September, where you will complete an induction week visiting different ENGIE sites before joining your team. Internships last for 10 weeks beginning on the 22nd June and running through to the 31st August 2020

Q. What level of support will I receive?

Q. Is there an application deadline?

Yes, the deadline will be Friday 6th December 2019. Please note, we recruit on a rolling basis so please make sure you submit your application as early as possible

Q. Where will I be based?

We have graduate and summer internship roles available nationwide. You will be place in a role that is suitable for your strengths and give you the opportunity to work across different departments of the business

Q. What hours am I expected to work?

You are contracted to 37.5 hours a week, which is typically Monday to Friday from 9am until 5pm, with a 30-minute lunch break

Q. How many schemes can I apply for?

We recommend that candidates apply for a maximum of 2 schemes each year

Q. I graduated a few years ago. Can I still apply for a graduate position?

Yes, we are more than happy to accept applications from people who have already graduated

Q. If I am successful when is the assessment centre?

We hold 2 assessment centres each year which will take place in December 2019.

Q. Are there any academic entry requirements?

These differ depending on the path you wish to choose. We accept a range of different applicants from apprentices to university leavers. Entry requirements for university leavers is a 2.2 degree classification. For those not applying from university we require the applicant to have relevant experience to the job they are applying for

Q. What roles are available to apply for?

                - Human Resources, Commercial, Energy, Services, Finance, Technology and Construction