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Graduate Instrumentation and Control Engineer (2024 Intake) - Staff

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Wood

1mo ago

💼 Graduate Job

Reading

AI generated summary

  • You need at least a 2:1 MEng in a related field, passion for Instrumentation & Control Engineering, excellent communication, adaptability, teamwork skills, and the right to work in the UK for this role at Wood.
  • You will gain vital skills in instrumentation and control engineering, working on carbon capture, hydrogen innovation, and future hydrocarbon projects.

Graduate Job

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Description

  • Join Wood! It’s a future for all of us. We aspire to shape a better tomorrow by unlocking solutions that address the biggest challenges facing our clients and our society.  
  • Wood is recruiting Graduate Instrumentation & Control Engineers to join one of our business units across the Southeast of England. 
  • The office locations in this region are: Reading, Staines, Horsham and Woking. 
  • As a Wood Graduate you will join a culture of innovation, pushing the boundaries of what is possible, to seek the best solutions for our clients.  

Requirements

  • Minimum 2:1 degree to MEng level in a related discipline, which must be an accredited degree course
  • Enthusiasm to work and develop your career in Instrumentation & Control Engineering
  • Demonstrate initiative, tenacity and excellent communication skills
  • Possess an ability to learn quickly and be adaptable and flexible to match business requirements
  • Ability to work in multi-disciplinary team environments
  • Must have the right to work in the UK

Education requirements

2:1 or higher
Masters

Area of Responsibilities

Engineering

Responsibilities

  • As a Graduate Engineer, you will have exposure to different parts of the business gaining vital skills. In addition to conventional sectors, you can expect to become involved in:
  • Carbon Capture: Industrial clusters, concept development to detailed engineering.
  • Hydrogen: blue hydrogen (w/CCS), green hydrogen, ammonia/hydrogen economy innovation.
  • Future of hydrocarbons: adapting existing facilities and designing ambitious new projects, to produce the next generation of lower carbon fuels and chemicals.

Application process

  • Upload your CV and enter your details to our recruitment system via the link on the advert
  • We will review applications
  • We will then be holding screening calls with those candidates that fit the criteria below
  • Shortlisted candidates will receive invitations to assessment center

Details

Work type

Full time

Work mode

hybrid

Location

Reading