As a graduate you will bring fresh thinking, new perspectives and enthusiasm to the energy and utilities sector. You will join a fast-paced and dynamic environment, helping develop modern technologies that will help tackle climate change and provide water and energy to people in the UK and around the world. Employers want the best - analytical, articulate, technically gifted and commercially sharp individuals with a clear end goal.
Graduate programmes have different entry requirements - the majority of employers in our sector ask for a minimum Bachelors degree at a 2.2 or above. It is usual to spend between 18 months and 3 years undertaking various placements to learn about the different areas of a business.
Insights from graduates who have chosen a career in energy and utilities.
"I accepted a challenge in a role that no one understood and no one wanted." Myrtle Dawes, Chartered Chemical Engineer, Centrica