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SSE’s main purpose is to provide the energy people need in a reliable and sustainable way. To achieve this, engineering is a core skill at the heart of our organisation helping us to deal with the ever changing needs of our industry. Read more »

Typically recruits

  • Aerospace
  • Chemical/Process
  • Civil/Building
  • Computing/Technology
  • Electronic & Electrical
  • Materials & Minerals
  • Mechanical/Manufacturing
  • Sciences/Maths
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We sponsor the Computing & Technology - Utilities and Utilities - Electrical and Electronic Engineering sectors in the 2019/20 Gradcracker Toolkit

SSE is the only company listed on the London Stock Exchange involved in such a wide range of energy businesses.
SSE is the UK's largest generator of renewable energy and has been leading for over 70 years.
Our ‘Community at Heart’ initiative sees our employees volunteer a total of 8,000 days to local charities.
We supply energy to over 9 million households and businesses.
Over 2,800 students have Followed us on Gradcracker.

Gerry McDonnell

Graduate Engineer, Enterprise

"The dedicated Graduate Programme Manager ensures you are getting the full benefits of the scheme."

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Lila Vazquez Villamor

Graduate Engineer, Generation & Renewables

"The flexibility of the Graduate Programme, SSE’s broad energy portfolio and its values as a company are the main things that attracted me to SSE."

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Steven Brooker - Flexibility for the Future

In Thermal Energy, we’re embracing an inclusive and innovative culture designed to build high-performing teams.

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Ewan Dorris - Graduate Engineer in SSE's Thermal business

Ultimately it became clear that the move to a low carbon energy system was my true motivation, and having seen how many projects they were involved with in this area, I set my sights on SSE.

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Toolkit Sector Sponsor

We sponsor the Computing & Technology - Utilities and Utilities - Electrical and Electronic Engineering sectors in the 2019/20 Gradcracker Toolkit