Specialist & Scientist Graduate Programme
Arcadis

Specialist & Scientist Graduate Programme

Arcadis
  • Graduate Program / Job Rotation Program (From 19 to 24 months)
  • Wales, United Kingdom
  • Published on September 7 2021
Job description

During this three-year graduate programme you'll be working within one of our Environment or Specialists Consultancy businesses. You'll also develop core consulting techniques and tools to apply whilst working with our clients in the UK.

Working in teams of consultants you'll be expected to own deliverables, liaise with clients, contribute and enhance your skillset.

You'll be required to work on a range of environmental projects with extended periods working in either water, energy, environment, safety & industry (WEESI) business. This includes major infrastructure, heavy industry and urban regeneration projects that will expose you to a variety of challenging projects and technical specialists across the WEESI business.

As part of this, you'll assist in the delivery of project-related tasks to meet budget, timeframe and quality targets as well as working as part of wider project teams undertaking environmental desk studies, site surveys and assisting with the delivery of technical assessments and reports.

For those Graduates working in Environment or Specialists areas within water teams, you will be part of 6 x 6-month rotations during the three years. As part of this rotation, you will have 45 hours per rotation in: - Programme & Project Management, H&S, Clients and Pursuits, Sustainability Proposition, Land Management Proposition and Development Services Proposition.

Why Arcadis?

At Arcadis, you'll have the opportunity to build the career that's right for you. Because each Arcadian has their own motivations, their own career goals. And, as a 'people first' business, it's why we'll take the time to listen, to understand what you want from your time here, and provide the support you need to achieve your ambitions. Wherever you join us, you can look forward to a competitive reward package that includes an attractive starting salary, opportunities for career development and being part of a sociable community. We have a performance-related bonus scheme and an employee recognition scheme. Other benefits include membership fees to join your relevant professional body, employer contribution pension scheme, flexible working and a flexible holiday scheme.

We believe that by working together diverse people with different experiences develop the most innovative ideas. Equality, diversity and inclusion is at the heart of how we improve quality of life and we work closely with our people across six ED&I Workstreams: Age, Disability, Faith, Gender, LGBT+ and Race. A diverse and skilled workforce is essential to our success.

What we are looking for

an understanding of:

  • Hazard Identification;
  • As Low As Reasonably Practicable (ALARP)
  • Fire Risk Assessment principles;
  • Fire dynamics, heat transfer and smoke behaviour principles in enclosed environments (particularly in undergrounds and tunnels);
  • Basic understanding on Active Fire Protection (AFP) and Passive Fire Protection (PFP) systems;
  • Basic knowledge on fire modelling simulation (using zone models such as CFAST and CFD-based models such as FDS or SMARTFIRE).
We need a mix of perspectives and skills and are looking out for people who:

  • Possess a growth mindset
  • Confident and able to influence others
  • Resilient
  • Innovative and creative
  • Agile thinkers
  • Those who share our passion to 'improve quality of life'.
  • Keen to learn and develop further skills
  • Excited about being part of a new programme


Qualifications

To be considered for programme you will need to be passionate about working in the Water, Energy or Environment sectors and be on course to achieving a minimum 2:1 in your degree. There is a broad scope of opportunity including but not limited to:

  • Landscape architecture
  • Noise consultancy
  • Environmental
  • Ecology
Degree disciplines considered applicable for these programmes include: landscape architecture, environmental with a focus on acoustic content. geotechnical engineering, environmental sciences, geography, chemistry, physics, biology, ecology, geology ,geoscience, applied mathematics, urban planning, transport planning and economics are all very much of interest.