Buro Happold Graduate Roles 2021
From planning entire cities to combating climate change, at Buro Happold you’ll have the opportunity to contribute to unique and innovative projects that impress and add value in equal measure.
Our passion is infectious and your creativity and ingenuity will be harnessed from day one. We’ll give you the freedom to experiment, innovate and grow. Working with the brightest minds in the industry, a world of opportunity awaits.
With us, your preconceptions will be tested, your resilience built and your career enriched. You’ll learn new skills, and find out what you’re really capable of. It won’t always be easy, but it will be rewarding.
What you can expect from us
Our Employee Personal Development Reviews embrace new neuroscience research that focuses on encouraging employee-led career conversations. The introduction of My Career Plan and Objectives (My CPO) demonstrates our commitment to support our people and ensure we tailor career prospects for everyone.
Emerging Professionals Programme
Our graduates learn the fundamentals of design and technology whilst building a base in consulting and professional skills. This is a blended learning programme where participants gain experience against our internal professional and technical frameworks in relation to their specialism. A mixture of classroom and online learning supplements both the technical and professional skills development. We have an additional range of options for training associated with BIM & digital design and delivery.
Professional Registration (Chartership)
We see membership of a professional body and professional registration as crucial to the development of our people and offer substantial support to those aspiring to achieve this. In the UK, all employees are encouraged to have up to two professional memberships. Engineers outside the UK are encouraged to demonstrate their technical competence through membership of an international body related to their specialism.
We have fertile communities for our consultants and engineers to share new ideas, for all to learn and benefit from each other. Less formally, our networking events (e.g. Speed Date a Chartered Engineer) allow graduates to learn from more senior colleagues in a friendly, informative way. “Ted Talks”, in memory of our founder Ted Happold, are lunchtime talks that focus on a specific topic to give you a broader understanding as to what’s going on within the wider engineering and consultancy space.
A diverse range of expert teams
With over 30 areas from structural engineering to acoustic design and economics you could help make a real difference on some of the most exciting and complex challenges happening right now. We offer a range of specialist disciplines to our graduates every year.