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Graduate Electrical, Control & Instrumentation Engineer - Glasgow

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1mo ago

💼 Graduate Job


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  • Working towards a Degree or Masters in Electrical, Power, Control System Engineering, or Instrumentation; flexible, self-driven, adaptable, eager to learn; must have permanent right to work in the UK.
  • The Graduate Electrical, Control & Instrumentation Engineer will work on delivering solutions for clients through all stages of design, from feasibility to commissioning, and gain technical and commercial skills in critical nuclear projects and new technologies.

Graduate Job



  • Our Graduate Development Programme is a structured two-year scheme where we provide the framework, mentoring and experiences to help you maximise your skills and ambitions. On joining our scheme in September 2024, you’ll rapidly gain knowledge of how our company works and the impact that you can have to help us move towards a more connected and sustainable world.  


  • Be working towards a relevant Degree or Masters level qualification such as Electrical Engineering, Power Engineering, Control System Engineering, Instrumentation and Control Engineering
  • A flexible self-starter who is keen to drive your career forward.
  • Adaptable to change, with a thirst for learning new things.
  • You must have the permanent right to work in the UK.

Education requirements


Area of Responsibilities



  • As a Graduate Electrical Control &Instrumentation Engineer you will work as part of a highly skilled team delivering Electrical and or Control & Instrumentation solutions to clients’ problems and requirements. Working through the project lifecycle from feasibility, preliminary design, detail design, manufacture, install and commissioning you will gain wide ranging skills both technical and commercial. At each stage of design, you will have the opportunity to turn your theoretical knowledge into practical solutions for our clients, delivering on some of the most critical nuclear projects in Power, Defence, Decommissioning, as well as industry leading new technologies supporting the countries drive towards net zero.

Application process

  • Step 1: Apply Online 
  • Step 2: Solo Video Assessment 
  • Step 3: Interview 


Work type

Full time

Work mode





  • A flexible workstyle, embracing a hybrid working pattern and supporting those who need to balance work/life commitments a bit differently than others.  
  • Free single medical cover and digital GP service. 
  • Reimbursement towards relevant professional development and memberships. 
  • An inclusive and diverse work environment, embracing the variety of disciplines, cultures, backgrounds and lifestyles of our employees through our Jacobs Employee Networks.   
  • A focus on safety, health, and wellbeing, prioritising our people through a culture of caring and positive mental health champion network.  
  • Opportunities to give back to our communities through our Collectively program, incorporating matched-funding, paid volunteering time and charitable donations.