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Graduate Mechanical Engineer (2024 Intake)

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25d ago

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  • 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 Mechanical Engineers to join one of our business units across the South East 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.  


  • We are looking for high-achieving graduates with a desire to learn. The ideal candidates should have a 2:1 MEng degree in Mechanical Engineering (IMechE accredited) and enjoy problem solving / trouble-shooting, detailed analysis, willing to embrace new ideas, and most importantly; take on assignments where the approach or solution isn’t known at the outset.
  • Minimum 2:1 MEng degree in Mechanical Engineering (IMechE accredited)
  • Enthusiasm to work and develop your career in Mechanical Engineering within the Carbon Capture and Storage, Green Energy, Recycling, Minerals Processing, Chemicals, Petrochemicals and Oil and Gas Industries
  • 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 UK

Education requirements

2:1 or higher

Area of Responsibilities



  • As a Graduate Mechanical 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


Work type

Full time

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