Graduate Opportunities - Quantity Surveying
2018 Graduate Opportunities
At ScottishPower we know that people are our strongest asset so we’re always looking for individuals whose energy, intelligence and passion can help us reach our goals.
We are looking for individuals to join our 2018 Graduate programme working within our Quantity Surveying department based within our Energy Networks business.
Our Energy Networks business provide power on behalf of supply companies through a network of cables and power lines that we own and maintain. Energy Networks is a regulated business focused on delivering industry changing projects.
Working in a fast moving, dynamic team supporting the whole of the Energy Networks business, you will be involved in all areas of surveying across the UK ensuring a high degree of commerciality is driven throughout the business.
With over 10000 live projects ranging from £100 to £15m you will be involved in assuring the profitability of these projects, comparing performance against our Regulatory allowances, dealing with subcontractors, completing CVR’s etc. using the range of surveying techniques developed during your university course. Over a period of time it is anticipated you would be fully responsible for your own District and ultimately all the commercial aspects within that area.
Our Graduate programme is a two year scheme and will involve on-the-job experience in a number of different placements, giving individuals exposure to a wide network of colleagues and fellow graduates within ScottishPower. Our graduates receive professional training and have excellent development opportunities with real experience in a discipline of their choice.
We have position based within Central & Southern Scotland and North West England however there will be a requirement at times to travel across our District offices in order to carry out your duties.
This role requires a Quantity Surveying specific related degree.
For further information about our Graduate Opportunities and details on how to apply, please use the 'Apply' button.
Closing date for applications: Sunday 12th November 2017