Leading construction and infrastructure services company Carillion has launched a nationwide drive to recruit 80 graduates, its largest ever recruitment programme.

The jobs will be based in London, Manchester, Birmingham and Leeds. The graduates will gain experience across Carillion’s multiple operations before deciding which discipline they want to pursue. The careers available include quantity surveying, civil engineering, private finance, HR, supply chain, business operations and work winning.

The two-year programme combines on-the-job learning with technical training, with recent graduates having worked on high-profile projects such as; Anfield’s main stand expansion, Crossrail and the University of Birmingham Library.

Jon Hull, Head of Resourcing at Carillion said:


“New talent is critical to any business and we are committed to offering great training and career opportunities for graduates. We are recruiting double the number of graduates we did in our first round, which is an indication of the strength of our business. This is an opportunity to work for an international company which operates in several exciting sectors.”

Joe Coleman, who graduated from the University of Leicester and now works in supply chain said:

“I have absolutely loved these past 18 months! Carillion recognises the importance of professional development and offers the opportunity to work towards recognised qualifications appropriate to your role. I’ve seen my graduate colleagues grow in stature and confidence as well as knowledge. I am really looking forward to playing my part in growing the business with them over the coming years.”

Joe is currently working on the Barts Square development, the largest residential project in the City of London.

Carillion has launched a brand new graduate website to highlight the success of its graduates. To find out more about the Carillion Graduate Programme visit: http://www.carilliongraduates.co.uk/

 

 

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