Graduate Mechanical Engineer – 6828

Environment Agency Published: 11/02/2017

Description

Job description  

We are looking for graduate Mechanical Engineers to join our well established and highly experienced MEICA teams (Mechanical, Electrical, Instrumentation, Control and Automation) in Cambridgeshire and East Yorkshire. You’ll follow a structured and well supported training programme that satisfies the requirements of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers to become a Chartered Engineer. You'll take on a real mix of internal and external projects to build your skills in everything from asset management to project feasibility, planning to design, and project management to site supervision. You'll gain the full range of relevant attributes and capabilities to complete your chartered professional review.
The team  

Join our MEICA team and you will be involved in developing strategies, developing the IT support tools and providing expert technical support and advice to our field teams. You’ll be supported by your team leader and a supervising engineer who'll oversee your work, you’ll have a delegated engineer / mentor to help you on a day-to-day basis. They will share their extensive knowledge and experience to give you every opportunity to become an established engineer.
Experience/skills required  

To join the graduate programme, you'll need an accredited Mechanical Engineering degree or BEng (hons) plus an appropriate Masters degree or approved further learning to Masters level. Please visit the IMechE website if you are unsure that your degree meets the criteria. It is likely to take you between three and four years to complete the programme. Keen to learn, you’ll be ready to make the most of all the assignments and opportunities that will come your way. Please state in your application if you have graduate membership of a professional institution and relevant work experience and competencies.
Contact and additional information  

Closing Date: 1st December 2017 at 23:55 hours
We offer a competitive package with a range of benefits and the opportunity to make a real difference to the environment. In addition, we offer flexi-time, helping you achieve a positive work-life balance.
We’re fully committed to having an inclusive workforce that reflects the communities we serve and welcome applications from candidates seeking flexible working patterns. For queries email: gradengineers@environment-agency.gov.uk.