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Graduate Consultants - Glasgow

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29d ago

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  • The ideal candidate for the Graduate Consultant position in Glasgow should possess a degree in numerical, research & economic, transport planning or modelling, geographical & environmental, or civil engineering. They must also have a passion for the transport industry, strong attention to detail, teamwork skills, and experience with qualitative & quantitative research, complex datasets, and computer skills including spreadsheets, databases, programming/coding, and statistical analysis packages.
  • As Graduate Consultants at SYSTRA Ltd, the candidate will work as Assistant Consultants on a variety of projects, gaining broad insight and skills in transport planning, modelling, social and market research, engineering design, and public transport. The role offers the opportunity for considered career development and can be based in offices across the UK & Ireland, with initial remote working.

Graduate Job

Consulting, Engineering•Glasgow


  • SYSTRA is expanding! Over the past few years we have significantly increased our Consultancy business in the UK and Ireland and expanded our services and market presence. We continue to grow our business and we are looking for exceptional Graduates to develop their career journey with us. SYSTRA is a multi-disciplinary transport consultancy business with projects running throughout and across all sectors of the engineering and transport planning industry in the UK and abroad. Our projects span all modes of transport from highways, to heavy and light rail, buses and active travel modes like cycling and walking. As such we need a wide range of skills to support the variety of projects that we deliver for our clients covering our wide range of services.


  • We would be very interested in applications from graduates in the below disciplines:
  • Numerical, Research & Economic
  • Transport planning or modelling
  • Geographical & environmental
  • Civil Engineering
  • Most importantly we want people with a passion for the transport world, an enquiring mind, great attention to detail, tenacity and team working skills.
  • Additional beneficial experience would be:
  • Qualitative & quantitative research skills
  • Working with complex datasets
  • Transport or mathematical modelling
  • Computer skills including some of the following:
  • Spreadsheets
  • Databases
  • Programming / coding
  • Statistical analysis packages

Education requirements


Area of Responsibilities



  • Our Graduates will be given the opportunity to work as Assistant Consultants on a range of projects across the key disciplines below to gain broad insight and skills which will enable considered career development. The roles can be based from our offices across the UK & Ireland with initial working from home.
  • Transport Planning
  • Transport Modelling
  • Social & Market Research
  • Development & Infrastructure - Engineering Design
  • Public Transport


Work type

Full time

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