Finance Graduate Programme
Our Finance Graduate Programme will give you all the preparation you need for a high-powered finance career at the pinnacle of the energy sector. Lasting three years, the programme is structured to meet all of the practical requirements of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) qualification.
About the Finance programme
You’ll work your way through a series of job rotations, spending time in various business units to build a rounded view of finance at EDF Energy. Just as importantly, you’ll gain broader insights into how energy markets work, the challenges we face as an industry and the actions we need to take to overcome them. All the while, you’ll have the support you need to study for your CIMA professional qualification.
The precise nature of your placements will be determined by your skills and aspirations as well as the demands of the business. In every case, expect real work from the word go, from preparing reports to examining operating costs, looking at forecasts to getting involved in major projects. You could even find yourself on a specialist placement in our Tax, Derivative or Investments team.
The combination of experience, exposure and training you receive will prepare you to become a well-rounded business adviser. At the end of the three-year programme, we’ll work with you to find the role that’s best suited to you.
Academically, you'll need least a 2:1 degree, and preference is given to candidates with numerical disciplines, such as: Finance, Accounting, Business and Maths. On a personal level, you’ll need to be flexible, enthusiastic, eager to learn and great working in teams.
About EDF Energy
EDF Energy is one of the UK’s largest energy companies and its largest producer of low-carbon electricity. We're committed to tackling the big issues facing today’s energy sector such as climate change, increased demand, rising prices and energy security. By always doing what we can to make things better, we want to win the trust of customers.
Applications close on 16th December 2016