Are you ready to be part of a well-respected team with a solid reputation in the design, engineering and project management 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, we also encourage you to maintain a positive work-life balance. So, during our recruitment process, tell us what matters to you. Speak to us about 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 women's equality and how we're Disability Confident and an inclusive employer.
With Atkins, you'll be in great company.
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.
Please note, within Nuclear and Power (Bristol) there are two separate electrical teams – Building Design team and the Electrical, Control and Instrumentation (EC&I) team. Our building services team operates separately and undertakes different work to our EC&I team, with a strong focus on electrical engineering within a building design application. Please read the job description carefully and specify in your application which team you wish to be considered for and why.
By combining traditional engineering and new innovative technologies, our teams make journeys easier, safer, and more reliable while supporting a greener and more productive society. Our work spans the full transport ecosystem, across Bridges & Civil, Highways, Rail, Central Rail Systems Alliance, and local transport. You'll feel a sense of pride working with our clients such as Highways England, Network Rail and Transport for London to name a few.
We’re not all the same, and that’s our greatest strength. Different views and opinions enhance our ability to provide value-added performance and better services for our clients. That’s why we believe different, makes a difference. Reaching your full potential means being able to bring your whole self to work and being respected for the different opinions, strengths and experience you bring.
Our graduate programme has been designed to give you an insight into the huge variety and the chance to explore where your own skills and interests lie. Through a combination of on-the-job learning and practical skills development within your chosen role, you’ll work on real projects from day one that offer scale and variety collaborating with others and creating meaningful impact on the world around us. You’ll work towards your professional accreditation; whichever path you take, your future starts here.
We aim to promote a workplace which allows our people to perform at their best. So, as well as ensuring you’re rewarded for your efforts, we also have a variety of initiatives in place to create a healthy workplace and support your well-being:
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