Energy & Utilities Employers

  • AMEC

    As an international supplier of programme management and engineering services to the nuclear sector, we deliver advanced solutions to complex problems both in the nuclear generation and nuclear defence industries. And that means were looking for professionals from various disciplines to share in our success.

  • Anglian Water

    Anglian Water supply water and water recycling services to more than six million customers in the east of England and Hartlepool. Our services are at the heart of every single family and community in our region. We clean water to the highest standard, deliver it to millions of homes, and carefully manage it to ensure it never runs out.

  • Carillion

    Were a growing organisation of over 40,000 people, operating in diverse markets and locations, across the globe. Since our foundation, weve been delivering ground-breaking infrastructure projects and essential services that have touched millions of lives, in extraordinary - and extraordinarily different - ways. From building the worlds largest public library to its most visited art gallery, from keeping major hospitals running smoothly to regenerating local communities, together, were making tomorrow a better place.


    Recognized as one of the worlds most ethical companies, CH2M is a global leader in full-service consulting, design, design-build, operations and programme management for public and private clients. Our services range from concept to planning, financing, design, construction and operations.

  • E.ON

    E.ON is one of the worlds largest power and gas companies. Across Europe, we supply energy that powers everything from streetlights to transport and helps millions of people to go about their daily lives. Its incredibly complex work, driven by a simple vision. Everything we do is directed towards making life that little bit simpler for our customers.

    We supply power and gas to around five million customers and counting in the UK alone, providing both homeowners and business with technical innovation and a service they can trust.

  • EDF Energy

    EDF Energy is the largest generator of low carbon electricity in Britain. We produce one-fifth of the nation's electricity from nuclear, coal and gas power stations, combined heat and power plants and wind farms. We provide power to a quarter of the population and employ 20,000 people. As part of EDF Group - one of Europes leading power companies - were also the worlds largest nuclear power generator.

  • Gazprom

    Based in London, Gazprom Marketing and Trading is a global business that provides customers with integrated energy solutions. Our offices in the USA, Europe and Asia offer a unique suite of products - from gas and electricity to smart metering and carbon deals.

  • Murphy

    The Murphy Group operates on an entirely unique level. Established over 60 years ago as J. Murphy & Sons Limited, and now one of the most recognised names in the building and civil engineering industry, we are integral to the UK's infrastructure and increasingly part of the foundations of international markets.

  • Northern Powergrid

    We deliver electricity from the national transmission system, on behalf of suppliers. Our network covers an area of 25,000 square kilometres in the North of England - from north Northumberland, south to the Humber and northern Lincolnshire, and from the east coast to the Pennines. It consists of more than 31,000 substations and around 91,000 kilometres of overhead line and underground cables. We also have offices across the region. 3.8 million homes and businesses rely on us to provide electricity 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

  • npower

    RWE npower, npower and npower Generation and Renewables are part of the RWE Group, which is one of Europes largest utility companies.

  • Ofgem

    We are looking for graduates with an interest in the energy sector and a minimum 2:1 in a numerical or analytical discipline. This can include Economics, Engineering, Business Studies, Business Management, Business Finance or other energy or sustainability related disciplines.

  • Opus Energy (2)

    Since our start in 2002, we've grown to become the 6th largest business energy supplier in the UK, providing electricity and gas to more than 250,000 businesses. We pride ourselves on our competitive pricing and high quality customer service, both of which give our customers the freedom to focus on what is really important – running their own businesses.

    Our employees enjoy loads of benefits including free private health, flexible holiday allowances, retail and gym membership discounts. Our compensation package plus bonus scheme is hard to beat. We work hard but still manage to fit in plenty of fun in the working hours between social activities, charity fundraisers and a supportive atmosphere.

  • RGU - Scott Sutherland School (Architecture & Built Environment)

    At Robert Gordon University we offer a range of innovative postgraduate courses and research opportunities across all three faculties - Aberdeen Business School, Design & Technology and Health & Social Care.

  • Scottish Power plc

    ScottishPower is part of the Iberdrola Group, a global energy company and world leader in wind energy with operations focused in the UK, US, Brazil, Mexico and Spain. Millions of people rely on us to provide energy safely and efficiently.

  • South Staffordshire PLC

    South Staffordshire PLC comprises 12 businesses employing more than 1600 people. With acquisitions and ambitious expansion plans, the Group is continuing to grow, providing many opportunities across all of our water and wastewater activities.

  • SSE

    At SSE, our job is to provide the energy people need in a reliable and sustainable way. We're involved in producing, distributing and supplying electricity and gas and we provide other energy-related services as well making SSE the only company listed on the London Stock Exchange involved in such a wide range of energy businesses. At SSE we never lose sight of our core purpose: providing reliable but sustainable energy solutions for our customers. To achieve this we need to attract the future talent of tomorrow and our graduate programmes play a huge part in the development of talent at SSE. Our graduate programmes offer candidates a fantastic opportunity to experience how their academic qualifications can be applied in the real world. You will be working on projects over £1 million in value, gaining invaluable experience from SSE colleagues and mentors and ultimately discovering where your strengths lie in your chosen field so that you can forge your future career path. At SSE we strive to create a family atmosphere and we believe in a work life balance. This is reflected within the graduate programmes we offer as you will be fully supported by your programme manager, mentors and SSE colleagues whilst on different placements across SSE.

  • Thames Water

    Want to work for the largest Water & Wastewater Company in the UK? Want to work for a company investing over £1 billion a year in its asset portfolio? Want to be a future leader of the same company?

    The great news is Thames Water is looking to recruit a number of graduates for our 2014 graduate intake.

    Thames Water provides the essential service to 14 million customers, more than any other UK water company and almost 25% of the UK population, making us the only choice for your future.

    Were working on some of the largest construction projects in Europe at the current time with even more to follow in the coming years.

  • UK Power Networks

    We own and maintain the electricity cables across London, the South East and East of England. We fix power cuts. We maintain and upgrade the power equipment. We move and connect new electricity cables. As one of the UKs largest energy distribution companies, were responsible for delivering electricity to more than eight million customers including homes, schools and businesses.

  • Veolia UK

    Natural resources are becoming increasingly scarce. We live in a more urbanised world thats facing climate change. Its time to completely rethink our relationship with resources. Were at the forefront of this challenge. And as a graduate on Veolias Graduate development programme, you will be too.

  • Dwr Cymru Welsh Water

    Unlike other water companies, we have no shareholders to influence the way the company is run. Were owned by Glas Cymru - a not-for-profit company. This means any profits we make are re-invested back into the business for the benefit of our customers and employees. Whats more, were the sixth-largest water and sewage company in England and Wales - servicing over 1.3million customers across Wales and Herefordshire, with around 2300 employees. Ours is a company based on trust, openness, respect, commitment and honesty. A company that our employees are proud to work for.