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Complete a three-year programme that enables you to develop into a well-rounded professional Engineer.
At Centrica, we secure and supply the energy and services that keeps millions of homes and businesses running. Join us, as a part of our diverse, multi-disciplined engineering team, and you can develop some of the skills, knowledge and experience that will be essential to our future success.
You can look forward to a mix of on-the-job learning, training modules and project work, and as you develop, you’ll find the challenges will increase in complexity and responsibility.
Our engineering programme is being accredited by the Institution of Engineering & Technology (IET), so you know you’ll be on the right track to become registered as a Chartered Engineer should you choose to; this typically takes 4-5 years, and we will help you all the way.
Locations: UK-wide & Ireland.
Engineering graduates who have a strong interest in Control & Instrumentation Engineering.
You’ll also need:
Programme participants will be involved in developing new technologies, testing units, improving current products or designing future control systems across a variety of energy technologies. Our solutions are highly integrated so you will need to be familiar with digital systems. You will be working from day one as part of a team and we have high expectations of our Graduates. So, there will be plenty to get your teeth into and it will take a lot of hard work and initiative on your part. In return you’ll get to develop career-boosting skills and establish your engineering career within Centrica.
At Centrica, we want to attract a broad range of talent which reflects our customers in all their diversity. We are committed to equality of opportunity and welcome applications from individuals regardless of [for example] age, gender, ethnicity, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, socio-economic background, religions and/or beliefs.
Please note: due to the popularity of this programme it may be necessary to bring forward the deadline. We would encourage you to submit your application at your earliest convenience to avoid disappointment.