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Graduate Electrical and Instrumentation Engineer - Energy Industry

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6d ago

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  • You need a 2:2 degree in Electrical Engineering and desire to develop in the Energy Industry. Must have excellent problem-solving skills, be a team player, self-motivated, and willing to learn new skills. Interest in Project Management or Cyber Security is a plus.
  • You will focus on developing competencies in E&I subjects like power supply, instrumentation, communication systems, explosion-proof equipment, safety, and more in the energy industry.

Graduate Job



  • Based from our offices in Aberdeen (Dyce), our structured Graduate Programme provides a fantastic start to your career with us and supports your journey to become an expert in your chosen field. Upon joining, you’ll receive a buddy to help you settle in, a mentor to enhance your technical knowledge, as well as ongoing on-the-job coaching and support from your colleagues as you develop your technical, project management and customer interaction skills, as you work towards professional status or chartership. There are also opportunities for site surveillance trips at construction yards and offshore installations.
  • During your first two years you will be developing real skills and knowledge within our Department, allowing you to spend time with different technical experts across multiple disciplines, building your network and gaining a broader understanding of both “what we do” and “what you enjoy doing”.
  • Additionally, you will be given a graduate development path that includes virtual and in person courses where you will have the opportunity to meet other graduates across the country, to improve soft skills such as communication, as well as enhancing your digital skills, chartership knowledge, and focusing your career goals.


  • As a Graduate, we don’t expect any prior experience of what we do or the Energy Industry. We do however hope that you share our interest for these and demonstrate your desire to develop yourself within this exciting area. We therefore try to keep our list of essential requirements to a minimum, but there are a few things needed to qualify for our programme:
  • Minimum 2:2 Degree in an Electrical, or Electrical and Instrumentation Engineering discipline
  • Available to join the programme by September 2024 at the latest
  • Excellent numerical, analytical, and problem-solving skills demonstrating the ability to produce technical reports detailing clear outcomes of the analysis for customers
  • Pro-active willingness to learn new skills displaying a willingness to “get stuck in” and undertake work outside ‘comfort zone’ demonstrating appropriate balance between asking for help and using own initiative / think through the problem
  • Excellent interpersonal and team working skills, confident in building professional relationships and demonstrates first class written, verbal communication and presentation skills
  • Self-motivated with the ability to plan and prioritise own time and activities, to meet deadlines and achieve project objectives
  • High adaptability to work with multi-disciplinary team to achieve high quality business deliverables
  • Additional interest and/or skills in Project Management, Digital Innovation or Cyber Security and how we can apply these to enhance our services, whilst not essential may be of value to our team.

Education requirements

2:2 or higher

Area of Responsibilities



  • As a Graduate Electrical And Instrumentation (E&I) Engineer the main focus of your competency development will revolve around the following E&I subjects, though this list is not exhaustive:
  • Power Supply (Emergency and Uninterruptible Power Supply)
  • Instrumentation and Control Systems
  • Communication Systems
  • Installation of Explosion-Proof Equipment and Ignition Prevention
  • Hazardous Area Classification
  • Fire and Gas Detection
  • Functional Safety


Work type

Full time

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