Energy & Utilities Jobs works with leading employers across the sector. These leading employers offer graduate schemes that include a wide range of technical, engineering and commercial roles.
There are opportunities to start a career that will help the UK transition to a greener, more sustainable future.
Diversity of Roles
- Electrical Engineer
- Mechanical Engineer
- Operations Manager
- Quantity Surveyor
- Leadership Programme
- Smart Meter Engineer
- 277,000 new recruits are needed in the sector by 2029 to help the UK transition to a more sustainable future.
- Help the UK transition to a greener, more sustainable future. Much of the ‘Green Industrial Revolution’ will be implemented by the energy and utilities sector.
- A move towards renewable energy sources has transformed the sector, with a greater demand for workers with technical skills and an awareness of environmental factors.
Sophie, Design Engineer – Graduate, Scottish Power
There’s a massive skills shortage in the sector. There are a lot of engineers coming to retirement age, and not enough coming through to replace them. There’s massive opportunity in this sector.
Not many young women recognise the opportunities this sector can provide. Excellent pay, career progression and training opportunities. I’ve had technical training, communications training and leadership training, plus training in building relationships, decision-making and customer service.
To work in this industry you need to enjoy learning because it’s so fast-moving. But the main things you’ll need are a positive outlook, a love of problem-solving — and a desire to change the world.