Costain helps to improve people’s lives with integrated, leading edge, smart infrastructure solutions across the UK’s energy, water, transportation and defence markets. We help our clients improve their business performance by increasing capacity, improving customer service, safeguarding security, enhancing resilience, de-carbonising and delivering increased efficiency.
Our vision is to be the UK’s leading smart infrastructure solutions company. We will achieve this by focusing on blue chip clients whose major spending plans are underpinned by strategic national needs, regulatory commitments, legislation or essential performance requirements.
We offer our clients leading edge solutions that are digitally optimised through the following five services which cover the whole lifecycle of their assets: future-shaping strategic consultancy; consultancy and advisory; digital technology solutions; asset optimisation and complex programme delivery. Our culture and values underpin everything we do.
We have an exciting opportunity to join our leading-edge Graduate programme for a Project Controls Engineer in Defence - The role will start from September 2022.
Provide assistance to the Project Controls Team in providing all aspects of Performance Management and Reporting, including liaison with Project Managers to understand progress, and to accurately reflect and capture progress.
Please be advised that applicants will need to be British Nationals due to the security nature of defence contracts.
Costain has a portfolio of high profile projects across all sectors. This role will initially focus on a major infrastructure project supporting our defence sector clients.
This role will be based at Devonport Royal Dockyard in Plymouth.
The programme will focus on helping you to grow your personal and leadership skills, alongside business and of course, the technical skills you will learn day-to-day on the job.
The programme is delivered in a variety of formats throughout the 2 years and will allow you to establish a network of contacts that will help and support you through your first 2 years and beyond.
We expect some of our graduates to rotate after a period of 8-12 months, to another project/sector of the business to fully understand the depth and breadth of the services offered by the company.
Our line managers are fully supportive of the Graduate Development Programme and will be involved in helping you along the way.
In addition to the programme, we offer mentoring and support in every area of work, as well as a structured training programme to enable graduates to work towards achieving Chartership.
Graduates may have the opportunity to work on a number of exciting and progressive projects around the UK during the 2-year period, in sectors including nuclear, highways, rail, water, airports and tunnels.
Please note that if you are invited to interview, we will require you to produce your passport and/or right to work documentation.
This role will require enhanced security checks and all applicants will need to have British Nationality.
As some of our project sites are based in remote locations, it is worth noting that you will be required to have the ability to travel to site.
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