Wood’s Intelligent Operations service line is recruiting for a Graduate Flow Assurance Engineer to join our graduate programme based in Staines or Aberdeen from Summer 2020.
As part of the role you will be exposed to real projects from day one in a diverse, dynamic consulting environment.
Actively contribute to projects from day one
Interact with multi-discipline engineering teams across wider integrated Wood projects, or deliver studies in small teams as part of our consultancy group.
Demonstrate understanding of, and work to, discipline specific procedures/guidelines
Actively progress towards becoming a Chartered Engineer
Showing an enthusiasm to learn
Executing assigned personal objectives in accordance with our performance review system
Executing assigned work tasks
Candidates must have full work rights in UK to be considered for this role.
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Key Elements of the Graduate Programme:
Access to a wealth of technical and personal development resources and opportunities
Support throughout your career; you will be assigned a buddy, mentor (Chartered Engineer) and departmental manager to ensure your professional development is achieved in order to gain chartered engineer status.
Where available, opportunities for placements, site visits in the UK and overseas and rotations into other relevant disciplines to enhance your knowledge and experience in order to become a well-rounded Engineer.
Access to a range of excellent employee benefits including:
Cycle to work scheme
Give as you earn scheme
Generous holiday allowance plus extra days purchase option
Travel and private medical insurance
Pension and life assurance
Early Careers Network
You will have access to the Early Careers Network that brings together young professionals and offers continuing professional development opportunities.
Early Careers Network activities include:
Organised social events
Lunch and learn sessions
Technical and soft skills training
Participation in STEM events
Access to Wood’s Global Developing Professionals Network.
What we're looking for:
Master’s degree, or higher, in Chemical Engineering, or related discipline, with a minimum of a 2:1
Demonstrate initiative, tenacity and excellent communication skills
Possess an ability to learn quickly and be adaptable and flexible to match business requirements
An understanding of programming techniques and data science is preferable
Ability to work in multi-disciplinary, fast paced, team environments
Diversity Statement (EEO)
We are an equal opportunity employer that recognises the value of a diverse workforce. All suitably qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment on the basis of objective criteria and without regard to the following (which is a non-exhaustive list): race, colour, age, religion, gender, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, protected veteran status, or other characteristics in accordance with the relevant governing laws.