Want a career that helps provide essential services to 65 million people in UK every day? Working in a sector that is vital to UK infrastructure and has fast paced changing technology to meet future needs? Then join the energy and utilities sector by applying for a graduate role or on a graduate scheme.
Join our team of #unseenheroes who keep the lights on, provide fresh drinking water and help us all have a greener future.
Many companies offer exceptional training, career progression opportunities and rewards. Energy and utility companies generally ask for a 2:2 (minimum) in a relevant subject.
Graduate schemes mean you'll learn through practical training and be supported by a mentor. You'll get your own personal development plan and attend various inductions and workshops to enhance your skills. With like-minded colleagues around you, you'll be part of a smart and supportive team.
We work with 20 top employers across the energy and utilities sector to offer graduate schemes that include a wide range of technical and engineering roles and commercial roles. There are opportunities to start a career that will make a difference to the many households across the UK.
They say university is an experience like no other. Employers want to build on your experiences and help develop you further. They want the best - analytical, articulate and commercially sharp individuals with a clear end goal. For the budding travelers, there are programmes with an international focus.
Read Alex, Stephie and other graduate stories to find out more about what the graduate schemes involve. If you're due to graduate this summer apply now for one of the graduate schemes on offer. Check out our employers area to find out more about the 20 employers in the network - some even offer placements so you can get an insight into what's on offer.
Graduate Roles - AVAILABLE YEAR ROUND
If you've already graduated, or decided that a graduate scheme isn't for you, then there are a range of roles on offer for graduates. We need people with a wide range of expertise from IT, HR or Finance to Civil Engineers and Project Managers. The sector is going to recruit 221,000 people over the next 10 years, so there are many opportunities for career progression.
Find out what Sophie and our other graduates have to say about what their jobs involve and why they work in the energy and utilities sector. Read up on our employers to see where you might want to work and visit our jobs section to find roles you can apply for now. You can also check out our advice from senior HR leaders, to help you stand out.