Our business is centred upon the provision, replacement, repair and maintenance of utility network infrastructure, for example: electricity substations, water and gas pipes, electricity and telecommunication cables and installation of water, electricity and gas meters on behalf of blue chip utility companies in the UK.
Our contracts geography and scope are diverse, ranging from replacing ageing Victorian water mains in London to installing new electricity connections to a range of customers in the North of England.
Flexibility enables us to meet the challenges of the evolving utility market. We work collaboratively with our clients to deliver least cost solutions, which do not compromise safety, quality, service delivery and customer care.
We work very closely with our clients via partnerships and innovative alliance delivery models while recognising the needs of other stakeholders. This is key to our reputation as a leading utility service provider.
Our people are our most important asset and we invest in training and development programmes which produce teams capable of offering the expertise and dependability our clients rely on. Our mission is to continuously add value either through incremental changes to our systems or via innovations which continuously improve the way we work. We work within an industry that can offer job security due to the nature of our work and career progression opportunities with a rapidly growing and successful organisation.
We have accredited training programmes to ensure quality standards alongside internally accredited professional programmes with IMechE, ICE, IET and CICES.
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We have a number of apprentices working across our business. They cover disciplines across our key business sectors of electricity, gas, telecoms and water.
Designed to train people from 18 years old and upwards, Apprenticeships are placed across the UK and work towards qualifications recognised throughout the utilities industry. Our Apprenticeships are also recognised by the National Apprenticeship Service.
Minimum entry requirements are English and maths GCSEs (or equivalent) at grade C or above, plus one other subject. Applicants will need to demonstrate a willingness to learn, be hardworking and enthusiastic and enjoy working as part of a team.
Training is a balanced mix of on-site experience and classroom-based learning.
Morrison Utility Services gives you the opportunity to make the most of your degree by joining our three-year graduate programme. Designed to ensure rounded development and provide specialist knowledge and experience, our scheme enables you to gain professional status or additional academic qualifications while making progress in your chosen field.
During this individually-tailored programme, you will also benefit from the support and guidance of a mentor.
You choose the role that’s right for you, from design, mechanical and electrical, electrical or civil engineer to QS or a management trainee.
Candidates must have at least a 2:1.
Morrison Utility Services employs more than 3,200 staff in a range of roles across the UK. Our people are central to everything we do, and we seek to employ the best.
We attract talent into our business by offering individuals ongoing development plans with predefined career goals, and we seek to develop experienced employees through a range of training schemes.