Welcome to the SSE Hub

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.

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Typically recruits

  • Civil/Building
  • Computing/Technology
  • Electronic & Electrical
  • Mechanical/Manufacturing

To find out more about our organisation please visit:
www.sse.com/careers/graduatesandundergraduates

Over 1,200 students have Followed us on Gradcracker.
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.

Graduate opportunities

Robin Struebig

Graduate Engineer, Energy Networks Graduate

"The programme is made to ease you into the company and give you a good overview of what different parts are doing."

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A Networks Graduate: From desk to hard hat

The rotational nature of the graduate scheme not only gives you a brilliant foundation on which to build your career within the company but also lends itself towards graduate engineers looking to achieve professional registration. SSE is one of the biggest leaders in meeting the energy challenge, it’s a exciting company to be a part of!

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IT Graduates: How to stand out from the crowd

Great companies like SSE are always going to need excellent expertise in IT, and not all companies can offer a range of experience right across the breadth of IT functions.

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Adam Bain

Graduate Engineer, Energy Networks Graduate

"SSE struck me as being a great place to work with good opportunities for progression"

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Aadil Patel

IT Graduate

"Projects I’ve managed include requests from Regulatory bodies such as Ofgem, to others within the business which require large quantities of data in order to make project/ programme level decisions."

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