Graduate Energy Engineer – Industrial Decarbonisation

Type: Graduate
Region: Scotland

Our Graduates are responsible for contributing to the overall design and delivery of Energy

Transition solutions, including feasibility, conceptual and FEED design with leading projects in the UK and contribute to our wider global portfolio of projects and customers. You will work both as part of a team and at times independently, working on multiple projects concurrently. Our work will help clients to reduce energy consumption and carbon emissions, though researching and implementing the latest technologies including industrial decarbonisation, Power 2 X, Bio 2 X, CCUS, Solar and PV, of heat, traditional thermal power systems and Offshore Substations. This role is based in the industrial decarbonisation team which helps industrial clients in decarbonising their operations. The projects we work on involve solutions such as adopting to more efficient technologies, fuel switching to green fuels, electrification, renewable energy generation etc.

As a Graduate, you will work with our Energy Transition division of over 40 engineers and consultants in the UK ET Team and 600 colleagues across our global geographies, covering differing disciplines. You will work in our project teams that can be anywhere as large as 50 persons and as small as 2 persons. Your willingness to learn new engineering concepts and pick up new technology quickly is important. We want enthusiasm to help our clients transition away from fossil fuels and to Close The Gap.

We are looking for someone who can:

  • Apply the engineering concepts and help in developing the decarbonisation solutions for industrial clients
  • Carry out engineering calculations and computational analysis.
  • Communicate complex engineering principals in plain English through writing, verbally, drawings, sketches.
  • Use engineering software including AutoCAD and computational software such as EnergyPro, 1. Describe how can a typical food and drinks company make Energy Transition to decarbonise its operation over the next 5 – 10 years (250 word maximum)
  • 2. Describe the technologies involved (250 word maximum)

    3. Outline your implementation plan of how best we can achieve global 2030 – 2050 goals, with key milestones. (250 word maximum)

    4. Describe the non-technology issues including policy and regulatory that we will need to overcome, and ideas on how to solve them. (250 word maximum)

  • BEng, MEng or MSc level degree in a relevant energy or engineering subject
  • Design and problem-solving skills to allow you to create engineering solutions
  • Numeracy to all you to carry out engineering calculations
  • Communication skills to allow you to communicate complex engineering principals
  • Knowledge of heat decarbonisation and renewable energy technologies
  • Personal qualities that will help you succeed in this role include: flexibility and adaptability, a growth mindset, positive attitude, proactivity, creativity, good communication skills, willingness and ability to learn, curiosity, enthusiasm, reliability.

    Launch your career and find your professional home at Ramboll. Be part of a welcoming and engaging environment, where you can develop and explore your professional interests and passions, and curiosity in ways that make the most of all the opportunities ahead of you.

    At Ramboll, we offer a unique work environment. Our culture is built on openness, understanding, and respect, allowing you to shape your role to match your working style, aspirations, and personal life. Our Nordic heritage drives our commitment to improving conditions for people and nature through our projects. As a foundation-owned multinational company, the profit we make is reinvested into the company. This ensures the continued development of employees or is used to fund research, charity, and humanitarian projects. Our commitment to be ‘The Partner for Sustainable Change’ ensures your work makes a meaningful impact on people, communities, and the environment.

    Our Early Careers Programme – EarlyCareers@Ramboll

    We have designed a training program that will boost your personal, commercial and technical development to kick-start your career with Ramboll. You will also be paired with a mentor and have access to a clear framework to work towards your professional development.

    The Early Careers Challenge is one of the highlights of the graduate training. This is a fun and exciting event where you get to travel around the UK and work on a project that will provide you with an insight into the concept of design. You also get the opportunity to collaborate and network with amazing people and peers., Equality, diversity, and inclusion is at the heart of what we do. At Ramboll, we believe that diversity is a strength, and that different experiences and perspectives are essential to creating truly sustainable societies. We are committed to providing an inclusive and diverse work environment, where everyone can flourish and reach their potential.

    We invite applications from candidates from all backgrounds, regardless of age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sex and sexual orientation, or any other protected characteristic.

    As a Disability Confident Committed employer, Ramboll ensures opportunities are accessible to candidates with disabilities. Please reach out to our recruitment team to discuss any adjustments that you might require during the application process.

    We also know how important it is to achieve the right balance of where, when, and how much you work. When you join Ramboll, you’ll have the freedom to work your hours flexibly and our positive approach to hybrid working will enable you to discover the split between home and office that works for you and your role.

  • Hybrid & Flexible Working
  • 27 days holiday per year + 8 days bank holiday
  • Professional subscription + support on becoming chartered
  • Matched pension scheme
  • Private Medical Insurance
  • A great list of flexible benefits you can choose from including discounted taste card subscription, cycle to work scheme, gym flex and many more!
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