Graduate Environment Programme

  • UK, Europe
  • £24,000 per annum

Graduate Environment Programme
Location: Nationwide

About Us

The Strategic Road Network (SRN) is arguably the biggest and single most important piece of infrastructure in the country. It is at the core of our national transport system. England’s strategic road network consists of more than 4,300 miles of motorway and major A roads including a highly complex asset base of more than 16,000 structures 21,870 miles of pavement and 110,000 technology assets.

What We Are Looking For

Our standards are extremely high and our atmosphere is friendly and stimulating. We are looking for ambitious graduates with excellent problem solving skills. Your ability to analyse and implement changes to demanding deadlines means you are well equipped to help us deliver improved services. Flexible and keen to travel, you will relish the scope this role offers to discover new challenges. Your social skills and flair for communication, both in person and in writing, set you apart. This role will provide lots of opportunity for both personal and professional development in a large evolving organisation.

Work Experience

Join one of our three-year graduate training programmes, and you’ll develop all the skills and experience you need to get your career moving in a challenging yet highly rewarding role. As you grow your knowledge and understanding of our organisation and what we do, you’ll gain invaluable specialist skills, experience and support to work towards professional qualifications.

You’ll get to take up on-the-job training placements complemented by professional training. You’ll also enjoy a competitive salary and benefits package. And, when you successfully complete the programme, you’ll have both a guaranteed job and an interview for a chance at promotion

Training

Your professional training will involve release from your day to day responsibilities for study.

Package Overview

  • Salary of £ 24,000.00
  • Flexible working arrangements
  • Additional study days
  • Mentoring programme with senior staff to provide support and guidance, along with helping trainees plan for their future development
  • All trainees are offered an opportunity of promotion upon successful completion of the scheme

Minimum Entry Requirements

We ask that you hold the following

  • 2:2 degree or above in an Environmental subject
  • 300 + UCAS points at A Level (or equivalents) from your top three grades
  • GCSE English & Maths

Closing date: 2 August 2017.

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