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2019 Graduate Electrical Engineer - Building Services, Leeds


WSP
Location: Leeds
Job type: Permanent
Sector: Building Services
Category: Graduate Jobs
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About the Role

As a Graduate Building Services Engineer at WSP you could join our teams working on projects such as projects including the new Bond Street Station, the Mall of Egypt (featuring an indoor snow park) and the redevelopment of Great Ormond Street Hospital.

Our Building Services teams make buildings work efficiently and effectively. You would help to make buildings comfortable, with the right levels of heat and ventilation, daylight and artificial lighting. You would make them economical to run, reducing energy and water use for a better environment. It is also important to ensure that a building is safe and secure, easy to maintain and compliant with the relevant legislation. In every instance you would think about the building as a whole, and how the services integrate with each other and with the rest of the building.

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!

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.

About You

What you’ll need

* You’ll be graduating in 2019 or have recently graduated with at least a 2:1 in a Master’s or Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering or Building Services Engineering

* 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 have 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

What you’ll get from us

Our graduate development programme is a 3 year programme designed to provide you with both professional skills and specialist technical development opportunities. The programme is supported by our senior leadership team and is tailored give you the support, guidance and the development opportunities you need to help you work towards chartered status or equivalent professional qualifications. The structured programme includes but is not limited to training in:

* Technical report writing

* Team specific technical skills

* Project management (introduction and advanced)

* Influential communications

* Commercial concepts

* Teambuild challenge

* Continuous Improvement

About Us

Our Culture

Across our offices in the UK, we strive to have a friendly and inclusive culture which respects and maximizes the contribution individuals can bring to WSP. We recognise the benefits that people with varying backgrounds and experiences can bring. This commitment is shown through both our PLEDGE (Promoting Leadership, Encouraging Diversity & Gender Equality) network and VIBE which is our LGBT+ employee network. Our VIBE and PLEDGE networks work with the business to help ensure we continue to promote the right environment to enable all employees to reach their full potential and to ensure we continue to promote an inclusive and diverse workplace for everyone.

Our employees also come together through our social events some of these events have included office Olympics, go karting, BBQs and of course the annual Christmas events!

We also offer our Professional Growth Network (PGN) which is a networking group run by early career professionals for early career professionals. It helps to grow your network of contacts across the UK business as well as providing you with opportunities for extra experience to support you in achieving chartered status or other professional accreditations.

Benefits

Finally, we have a comprehensive wider benefits package which includes:

* Professional Development Bonus to recognise attainment of professional statuses

* 2 paid days a year to be used for volunteering activities

* Cheaper gym memberships and Tastecards

* Discounts and offers with a variety of high street retailers through our Treats programme

* A standard 25 day annual leave allowance plus Bank Holidays and the flexibility to buy and sell annual leave

* The Cycle to Work Scheme (which entitles you to a tax free bike)

* The option to purchase additional benefits such as dental care, personal accident cover, holiday or life insurance at reduced rates

* Reduced rates on gadget insurance

* Employee Assistance Programme – EAP offers you free access to specialist advice in areas such as legal, financial, personal and family matters including bereavement and counselling services.
About the Role

As a Graduate Building Services Engineer at WSP you could join our teams working on projects such as projects including the new Bond Street Station, the Mall of Egypt (featuring an indoor snow park) and the redevelopment of Great Ormond Street Hospital.

Our Building Services teams make buildings work efficiently and effectively. You would help to make buildings comfortable, with the right levels of heat and ventilation, daylight and artificial lighting. You would make them economical to run, reducing energy and water use for a better environment. It is also important to ensure that a building is safe and secure, easy to maintain and compliant with the relevant legislation. In every instance you would think about the building as a whole, and how the services integrate with each other and with the rest of the building.

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!

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.

About You

What you’ll need

* You’ll be graduating in 2019 or have recently graduated with at least a 2:1 in a Master’s or Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering or Building Services Engineering

* 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 have 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

What you’ll get from us

Our graduate development programme is a 3 year programme designed to provide you with both professional skills and specialist technical development opportunities. The programme is supported by our senior leadership team and is tailored give you the support, guidance and the development opportunities you need to help you work towards chartered status or equivalent professional qualifications. The structured programme includes but is not limited to training in:

* Technical report writing

* Team specific technical skills

* Project management (introduction and advanced)

* Influential communications

* Commercial concepts

* Teambuild challenge

* Continuous Improvement

About Us

Our Culture

Across our offices in the UK, we strive to have a friendly and inclusive culture which respects and maximizes the contribution individuals can bring to WSP. We recognise the benefits that people with varying backgrounds and experiences can bring. This commitment is shown through both our PLEDGE (Promoting Leadership, Encouraging Diversity & Gender Equality) network and VIBE which is our LGBT+ employee network. Our VIBE and PLEDGE networks work with the business to help ensure we continue to promote the right environment to enable all employees to reach their full potential and to ensure we continue to promote an inclusive and diverse workplace for everyone.

Our employees also come together through our social events some of these events have included office Olympics, go karting, BBQs and of course the annual Christmas events!

We also offer our Professional Growth Network (PGN) which is a networking group run by early career professionals for early career professionals. It helps to grow your network of contacts across the UK business as well as providing you with opportunities for extra experience to support you in achieving chartered status or other professional accreditations.

Benefits

Finally, we have a comprehensive wider benefits package which includes:

* Professional Development Bonus to recognise attainment of professional statuses

* 2 paid days a year to be used for volunteering activities

* Cheaper gym memberships and Tastecards

* Discounts and offers with a variety of high street retailers through our Treats programme

* A standard 25 day annual leave allowance plus Bank Holidays and the flexibility to buy and sell annual leave

* The Cycle to Work Scheme (which entitles you to a tax free bike)

* The option to purchase additional benefits such as dental care, personal accident cover, holiday or life insurance at reduced rates

* Reduced rates on gadget insurance

* Employee Assistance Programme – EAP offers you free access to specialist advice in areas such as legal, financial, personal and family matters including bereavement and counselling services.
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