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2024 Graduate Electrical Engineer

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Hoare Lea

Sep 27

💼 Graduate Job

Reading +10

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  • The ideal candidate for the 2024 Graduate Electrical Engineer position should have a 2.1 or above degree in Electrical Engineering or a related field, with a masters or postgraduate qualification being a bonus. Previous experience in a similar industry and proficiency in CAD or modeling software are advantageous. Strong communication, analytical, and organizational skills are essential, along with the ability to work both independently and in a team environment. The candidate should also possess a positive, ambitious, and adaptable attitude.
  • The 2024 Graduate Electrical Engineer at Hoare Lea will be exposed to all aspects of electrical engineering work, including designing circuits and lighting, producing drawings, conducting site surveys, researching technologies, and collaborating with project teams and clients. Continuous learning opportunities and mentorship will be provided to support the candidate's development.

Graduate Job

EngineeringReading, Milton Keynes, Birmingham, Manchester, Cardiff, Bristol, Glasgow, Cambridge, Oxford, Leeds, London


Why Work For Us?

  • You’ll collaborate with the industry’s best, working with a wide range of built-environment specialists.
  • You’ll be part of progressive and exciting projects, able to experience innovative schemes across all sectors.
  • You’ll advance your career, your way, thanks to our structured Career Paths framework.
  • In addition, we will provide you with structure support to achieve Chartered Engineering status if you so wish.


  • What We Are Looking For:
  • An expected or achieved 2.1 or above IET or CIBSE accredited degree or equivalent qualification in Electrical Engineering or similar.
  • A masters or other relevant post graduate qualification is an advantage
  • Previous placement or work experience in a similar industry is an advantage
  • An understanding of CAD or similar modelling software is an advantage
  • Excellent communication, analytical and organisational skills
  • Ability to work in a team environment and independently
  • A friendly, ambitious and confident individual with a flexible and resilient approach

Education requirements

2:1 or higher

Area of Responsibilities



  • As a graduate engineer, your day-to-day tasks will vary, as we’ll expose you to all aspects of our work so you can discover what suits you. You could be;
  • Working on live projects from day one – click here to view our exciting projects
  • In a variety of sectors from healthcare to hotels
  • Producing detailed designs and drawings
  • Using the latest computer modelling software Revit, Dialux, Relux and Electrical OM.
  • Undertaking site surveys
  • Researching ground-breaking technologies
  • Continuous CPD and learning opportunities
  • Electrical – your typical work might include designing and creating Electrical Circuits, Wiring and Lighting.
  • Communicating will span all of these, as we regularly liaise with project teams, meet clients or end users, and attend collaborative meetings.
  • You will receive a dedicated mentor and supervisor and you will receive the best training to support you through your development with us.


Work type

Full time

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Reading, Milton Keynes, Birmingham, Manchester, Cardiff, Bristol, Glasgow, Cambridge, Oxford, Leeds, London