Placement type: Civil Engineering
Start date: August 2020
Would you like to be part of a leading global design consultancy firm? The company are seeking 2 students to work with the Warrington Rail team who are currently working on the world’s most high-profile, challenging and transformative projects. Specifically, the office is delivering challenging central sections of HS2 with multiple stakeholders and engineering disciplines including structures, earthworks, highways, drainage, environment and landscaping. The team has a long and successful history of taking on Year in Industry Students and enhancing their skills. Many of the past students have received bursaries at university, return to the company for summer placements and then go on to full-time graduate positions. Recently our students have won regional Year in Industry Awards.
KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES/Description of Project/Post:
The successful applicant will provide general assistance to the Project Teams. They will gain insight into large projects and take on important roles within them. This may include carrying out 3D CAD work in the BIM environment, producing project documentation, undertaking design calculations, completing site surveys, attending meetings and any other suitable tasks. The applicant will be in a fantastic environment with the opportunity to be mentored by specialist engineers and receive excellent experience which will complement their future studies.
Your intended or actual degree will be Civil Engineering/General Engineering/Structural Engineering. The chosen candidate will have an enthusiasm for the industry and a strong maths and physics academic record, ICT literate and be able to demonstrate excellent communication and problem-solving skills, as well as being able to use their own initiative.
To apply for these placements or for more information, please contact Caroline Jardine-Smith firstname.lastname@example.org stating your interest, full name, YINI registration number (if you have it) and this vacancy reference.
Please note, you must be fully registered with the YINI scheme to apply. See the YINI application page to complete the online application form if you are not already registered. https://www.etrust.org.uk/yini-register