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Graduates - Engineering
Engineering Graduate Scheme:
What does the scheme involve:
Do you want become a chartered engineer with the largest private energy and services provider in the world? Are you going to help us lead the way in transforming the way people access and consume energy? The way energy is produced, supplied and consumed is changing we want you to lead this change.
By joining our UK Engineering scheme you will get a unique and rewarding experience aimed at creating our future engineers. We will support you in developing your own career path, taking advantage of the enormous range of expertise and experiences you will have available to you by working with ENGIE.
Our engineering programme combines technical training, professional development and tailored work placements to support your development. You will have a tailored training and support programme, which will be a mixture of ENGIE led and accredited courses.
In your first two years you will gain experience at multiple locations, this may involve the production and supply of electricity at one of our UK power stations; ensuring efficient running of our energy centre at the Olympic Park, working along our pioneers at the UK’s first solar park or helping to maintain the critical assets at Europe’s biggest hospital.
In your second two years you will be put in roles of increasing responsibility, in technical or project roles where you can put your skills to the test.
Our Engineering scheme is underpinned by the UK Standard for Professional Engineering Competence (UK-SPEC) aimed at supporting our engineering graduates to reach Chartered Engineer (CEng) status. This is supported with registration to a professional body, i.e. Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE), Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET), and the opportunity to develop key competencies relating to professional engineering standards.