Apply for the Best Engineering Graduate Jobs
Graduate engineering jobs encompass a huge number of job titles that span a large number of sectors. There is also currently a large skills shortage in engineering in the UK, meaning engineering graduates are highly sought after. We have graduate engineering jobs listed on our website from the UK's top employers seeking fresh engineering graduates.
Engineering Graduate Jobs
Engineering Graduate Jobs are listed here for candidates who have a degree in any engineering discipline. We have a thorough and detailed understanding of graduate recruitment across all engineering disciplines. This enables us to introduce specialist opportunities to students and graduates at BEng, Meng and PhD level. The most common engineering disciplines that we work with include Automotive and Aeronautical, Chemical and Process, Civil and Structural, Mechanical, Electrical and Electronic, Environmental, Industrial and Manufacturing along with Materials Engineering.
What can I do with an Engineering degree?
The most popular graduate engineering jobs include:
* Chemical engineering graduate jobs
* Graduate mechanical engineering jobs
* Graduate civil engineering jobs
* Graduate aerospace jobs
* Graduate electrical engineering jobs
* Graduate petroleum engineering jobs
* Nuclear engineer jobs
* Biomedical engineer jobs
* Automotive engineering graduate jobs
* Environmental engineer jobs
* Engineering data analyst jobs
This is, of course, not a full and exhaustive list. The type of graduate engineering role you are looking for will depend on the type of degree you have chosen. In the world of engineering, there are a number of engineering graduate schemes available across a number of industries.
The most well-known engineering career routes include civil engineering, chemical engineering, mechanical engineering, aeronautical engineering and electrical engineering.
Graduate civil engineering jobs
Those who have studied civil engineering often choose to either go into the construction industry or into the wider business and financial sector. Civil engineering jobs tend to be split into consulting civil engineer or contracting civil engineer roles.
Graduate chemical engineering jobs
Chemical engineers can also be known as process engineers and tend to examine and design machinery and processes in manufacturing.
Graduate mechanical engineering jobs
For those looking for a career in mechanical engineering, there are a wide variety of disciplines to choose from. As a rule, mechanical engineers work to develop solutions and improvements to mechanical processes, whether that is in manufacturing or in the energy sector.
Graduate aeronautical engineering jobs
As a graduate aeronautical engineer, you’ll apply technology and mathematical principles to design and develop aircraft, rockets and other vehicles.
Graduate electrical engineering jobs
Electrical engineers maintain, design and develop electrical systems for all types of technology and electrical equipment.
How to find engineering graduate jobs
For the latest graduate engineering jobs in London, Bristol, Manchester, the rest of the UK, as well as Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, go to our job board or sign up to our job alerts.
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Environmental Science Graduate
Apply for the Best Environmental Science Graduate Jobs
At STEM Graduates, we help organisations find candidates for the latest environmental science graduate jobs. Whether you’re looking for a conservation role or for a job in an environmental consultancy, we can help you get that all important step on the career ladder.
Environmental graduate schemes and jobs can be found all over the country and in large multinational companies, SMEs, charities and in the public sector. Graduate jobs in environmental science can be competitive, therefore having a specific degree can be a real bonus when applying to environmental agencies, consultancies and building services. If you need some advice on how to write a job-winning CV, then take a look at our blog.
What can you do with an environmental science degree?
As an interdisciplinary field there are a wide range of job roles in environmental science, and as our impact on the environment becomes ever more important, this sector is set to grow. The type of environmental science roles that graduates typically land in include:
- Environmental scientist
- Environmental consultant
- Water quality scientist
- Environmental education officer
- Marine biologist
- Sustainability consultant
- Waste management officer
- Energy engineer
- Environmental health practitioner
Many of these roles can be found in industries such as energy, agriculture, mining, oil and gas, consultancies, charities, horticulture, NGOs and with government agencies. As environmental science is a competitive market, it is always beneficial if you already have work experience – whether that’s through volunteering, an industry placement through your university or through internships or summer jobs.
Whichever route you are looking to take with your environmental science degree, there are many transferable skills you will have gained through your degree, which include;
- Research skills
- Analytical problem solving
- Confidence in gaining arguments from different standpoints such as scientific, ethical and philosophical perspectives
- Communicating complex technical data to peers and the public
- Numerical and IT skills
How to find an environmental science graduate job
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