At Jacobs, we'll inspire and empower you to deliver your best work so you can evolve, grow and succeed – today and into tomorrow. With more than 55,000 people in 40+ countries, working at Jacobs offers an exciting range of opportunities to develop your career within a supportive and diverse team who always strive to do the right thing for our people, clients and communities.
Jacobs across the UK is committed to early careers and in 2021 launched a new internship programme. This new programme is aimed towards undergraduates who are in their second year of study and wish to complete a year long industrial internship between their second and third year at university.
We are seeking an undergraduate Civil/Structural/Coastal Engineer to join our growing Maritime business. This part of our business specialises in the development of coastal zone infrastructure which includes coastal defences, ports, harbours, and tidal barriers.
We are an international leader in the engineering, planning, design and construction management of maritime structures, ports, harbours and coastal schemes. Ranked Number 1 in the ENR rankings for Marine and Port Facilities, we have over 500 specialist maritime engineers with world class skill and experience in marine design and specification.
We specialise in all types of marine facilities from coastal defences, container terminals, bulk terminals and petrochemical facilities to shipyards and naval bases and continue to be at the forefront of innovation by developing the infrastructure required for the safe, efficient, sustainable and cost-effective operation of today’s facilities.
Therefore, if you would like to be part of a world class international consultancy and want to learn from the very best in the industry please get in touch!
As a Maritime Intern you will:
You will start your adventure with Jacobs in the summer and join a community of interns under our programme called Jacobs Campus. Under this intern specific programme you will work with a mentor who will help you solve technical problems, identify areas of learning and challenge what you think you are capable of so.
The aim is that when you leave you will have a portfolio of learning experiences which should not only help prepare you for your third and fourth years of university easier but also make you more employable post-graduation.
Recognised throughout industry as a benchmark of good practice our Graduate Development Programme offers a structured approach to Continuous Professional Development. You’ll benefit from learning that complements chartership progression that will provide both the technical skills, behavioural competencies and business acumen you require to create your future.
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