Graduate Development Programme Jobs Vacancy at Wsp
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At WSP we work on some of the world’s most exciting projects from The Shard to One Blackfriars, HS2 to the M1 Smart Motorway project, Heathrow Airport Terminal 2B to a movie-themed entertainment resort in Kent …to name just a few. We invest in your learning and development and we value the ideas and innovation you could bring to our work. So, if you’re ready, we can’t wait to get you involved!
All in a day’s work
We asked our graduates what it’s like to do their job. On a day to day basis, the life of a graduate at WSP starts off in the morning with cups of tea and responding to any urgent client emails.
Beyond that, anything could happen! You could get involved in report writing, modelling or design calculations in 3D software packages. Your day could also involve visiting site and liaising with contractors, discussing options for concept designs with colleagues, responding to client requests for information or meetings with the team about the scope and progress of projects.
Naturally, there is a lot to learn and you are likely to be guided through complex software packages, team briefings and client updates from the start. There may even be time for cake.
What you’ll need
- You’ll be graduating in 2018 or have recently graduated with at least a 2:1 in a Master’s or Bachelor’s degree in a relevant subject
- You’ll ideally have less than two years relevant experience
- You’ll be passionate with the curiosity and creativity to solve problems
- You’ll want to stretch and inspire us, speaking up about any new ideas you have
- You’ll want to throw yourself in from day one and put your studies into practice
- You’ll know it is important to keep everyone in the loop and will demonstrate this through excellent communication skills
- You’ll enjoy working in a team environment, sharing ideas and collaborating with colleagues
- You’ll have confidence to work under pressure with the ability to prioritise and plan effectively
- If you have a Civil Engineering degree, you could work as part of our Development Infrastructure, Transport Planning, Rail, Highways or Civil, Bridge and Ground teams. These teams provide opportunities to work on projects such as London Bridge Station, High Speed 2 and strategic infrastructure improvements such as the M25 widening and the Upper Orwell Crossing scheme in Ipswich which includes design of a new 600m long viaduct.
- If you have a Transport Planning, Geography, Physics or Maths degree, you could join our Transport Planning teams analysing the physical constraints and the social behaviours associated with transport. You could find yourself building on our research into autonomous vehicles or you could be involved in creating a sustainable transport strategy for the redevelopment of Earl’s Court.
- If you have an Electrical Engineering degree, you could find a good use for your skills in our Building Services, Energy and Rail disciplines. These teams provide opportunities to work on projects such as London Bridge Station, Great Ormond Street Hospital, High Speed 2 and the National Grid Distribution Framework.
- If you have a Project or Risk Management Degree, your skills will be useful across our Rail, Environment and Project and Commercial Services teams. You will get involved in contract management, cost and commercial management, planning and risk analysis.
- If you have a Structural Engineering Degree, you could have the opportunity to join the teams that worked on the Shard, Bond Street Station, Alder Hey Children’s Hospital, Edinburgh Waverley Station and even the penguin pool at London Zoo!
- If you have a Building Services Specific degree, you could be joining our teams working on projects including the new Bond Street Station, the Mall of Egypt (featuring an indoor snow park) and the redevelopment of Great Ormond Street Hospital.
- If you have a Mechanical Engineering degree, you could find a good use for your skills in our Building Services, Energy and Rail disciplines. These teams provide opportunities to work on projects such as London Bridge Station, Great Ormond Street Hospital, High Speed 2 and the National Grid Distribution Framework.
- If you have a Bridge Engineering degree, you could join our teams who are working on High Speed 2 and who have worked on award-winning projects such as the Hungerford Bridge.
- If you have a Geotechnical degree, you join our Building Structures or Civil, Bridge and Ground teams, who have been in involved in projects such as The Shard and the 6km tunnel under Stockholm City.