Our four-year accredited Engineering Programme gives graduates all they need to become a well-rounded engineer.
Duration: 4 years
Starting salary: £32,000 plus £3,000 starting bonus
Minimum requirements: A 2.1 Master’s degree in a relevant engineering discipline (Mechanical, Chemical, Electrical or C&I); full UK driving licence (to reach remote locations). Your degree must be accredited by the relevant engineering institution (for example IET, IMechE or IChemE).
What does it involve?
We actively engage in developing innovative Chartered Engineers to become integral members of our high performing team.
You’ll find everything you need to become a well-rounded engineer within our four-year accredited programme, with the potential to gain experience from placements in our business operations such as Centrica Exploration and Production, Centrica Distributed Energy and Power and Centrica Storage. We’ll support and guide you towards chartered status and gaining accreditation with IMechE, IET or IChemE. A Chartered Engineer will be appointed as your technical mentor throughout the scheme, and structure your development based on the requirements of the UK Spec and wider engineering Capability Development Programme.
As part of a diverse, multi-disciplined team responsible for supplying millions of customers, working quickly and reliably under pressure will become second nature. Most of all, you’ll be encouraged to develop new skills and constantly build on your knowledge. We know there are great challenges to overcome in the future. So we’re looking for passionate and creative mechanical, chemical, electrical and control & instrument engineers who can deliver solutions, often within tight timeframes, and implement them safely and successfully. That’s what makes this such a fascinating, stretching and rewarding scheme.
Find out what our graduates think
You can explore everything our Grads have to say in our stories section here.
As part of the E&P projects team I have had hands on experience and leadership in the design and project management of a multimillion pound equipment from concept to detailed design, fabrication, and have even spent time offshore on a jackup barge. This has been a fantastic experience on my journey to becoming a chartered engineer-Bernard Kgomotso, Engineering Graduate