You’re a logical thinker who’s adept at finding creative solutions to challenging problems. Resourceful and hardworking, you’re comfortable managing your own time to ensure you get the job done. Using your strong interpersonal skills, you’re able to build relationships with colleagues, suppliers and customers. You are flexible and don’t mind traveling across the country to seek out training and development opportunities.
Opportunities are available across Britain, at locations including Stratford, York, Glasgow, London, Basingstoke, Reading, Bristol, Swindon, Birmingham, Milton Keynes.
Faced with a variety of unique and exciting mechanical engineering challenges, you’ll develop skills in a range of specialisms – from power distribution, plant, traction and rolling stock to asset management and infrastructure engineering. Through four rotational placements you’ll gain a broad perspective of the railway and learn all about the processes, products and systems that make it function.
You might be involved with rejuvenating and servicing current infrastructure, or delivering ambitious improvements to track equipment, signalling and overhead lines to improve passenger comfort and safety.
What’s more, you’ll benefit from formal learning opportunities and management skills training, and be assigned a mentor to support your personal and professional development.
Minimum of a 2:2 in an Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE) accredited degree.
Significant evidence towards incorporated (IEng) or chartered (CEng) engineer status, accredited by the UK Standard for Professional Engineering Competence (UK-SPEC)
Previous graduates have gone on to achieve internal promotion and become assistant engineers or rail fleet support engineers. There are also plenty of opportunities for promotion to senior management positions across the organisation.
The scheme is aligned to UK-SPEC objectives and accredited by IMechE. You’ll have access to world-class training and the opportunity to be involved in some of the biggest engineering projects in Britain.