In the UK, Bouygues Energies & Services is a leading provider of facilities management (FM), energy services, infrastructure and complex engineering solutions across the public and private sectors.Due to business growth, we are seeking engineering graduates with an electrical engineering specialism to join our rotational graduate scheme from September 2018.Immediate placement opportunities are available in Bristol and Uxbridge.
The two-year BYES rotational graduate scheme offers engineering graduates an opportunity to work alongside some of the most high profile clients and customers across the sector, and work on some of the most innovative projects.Typical rotations include; FM Projects, Mechanical and Electrical Design, Solar Farms, Waste-to-Energy Plants, Nuclear Power Plants, Data Centres and Energy Performance Monitoring.Graduates rotate every 6-12 months, gaining exposure to a range of projects and developing their technical and managerial skills in the process.
Our graduate scheme is titled ‘BYES: Be Your Extraordinary Self’; recognising the value of diversity in our graduate trainees.We particularly welcome applications from under-represented groups within our industry.
What we offer:
We offer a competitive starting salary (reviewed every 6 months), private health insurance, Company pension plan and industry-leading learning and development opportunities.
We offer a collaborative and inclusive working environment, allowing our staff the flexibility and support to develop their careers with us. We have an established competency framework, and our recruitment process is built on identifying individuals who effectively demonstrate these core competencies and share our RESPECT values.Our FM business was recently awarded Investors in People (IiP) Silver accreditation, demonstrating our commitment to the management and development of our workforce.
BYES graduates are supported through a number of development activities including being matched up with a senior-level mentor.On completion of the graduate scheme, high-performing individuals have the opportunity to undertake further studies including professional and vocational qualifications or management and leadership training.
·You will have graduated (or are due to graduate in summer 2018) with a minimum of a 2.1 degree classification in a relevant degree e.g. electrical/electronic engineering.
·You have the right to work in the UK. Unfortunately, the scheme is not eligible for sponsorship.
·You are willing to work in different parts of the UK on a rotational basis – usually for 6-12 months at a time.
·Applicants should be a strong team player with a willingness to take on responsibility from day 1.
·Applicants should be motivated to drive their own development through formal and informal learning.
·Applicants must be prepared to work in a fast-paced environment and be able to manage their own workload and meet deadlines.
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