Would you like to work for an inclusive and collaborative company which is also one of the most successful within the UK infrastructure and construction industry?

Who we are at Morgan Sindall Infrastructure

We deliver some of the UK’s most complex and critical infrastructure across six core sectors of energy, water, nuclear, highways, rail and aviation for public and private customers. Working on projects and long-term frameworks, we believe in connecting people, places and communities through innovative and responsible infrastructure.

Our people are our business. Through their expertise, we harness innovative ideas and approaches that enable us to safely and responsibly design and deliver resilient infrastructure upon which we all rely. Morgan Sindall Infrastructure is part of Morgan Sindall Group plc, a leading UK construction and regeneration group with revenue of over £3 billion.

Our Graduate programme

Our structured development Graduate programme covers a variety of personal development and technical training to support your well-rounded development. Our programme blends practical exposure to enhance your discipline specific abilities whilst enhancing your individual personal development during your early career.

You’ll also be offered a professional scheme mentor, to help you expand graduate membership of your specific chartered body.

We have a great group of early careers currently in the business and plenty of experienced colleagues who get involved in supporting you at every step of the way!

About the project

Your UK nuclear multi-discipline delivery partner.

Specialists in programme, design, construction and engineering, from start to finish, our projects are built with our belief of being a responsible business and delivering change, whether for people, our environment, communities or UK nuclear.

With over a decade of working in highly regulated and secure environments, our people are our expertise, and we empower them to deliver for our clients safely and securely.

You would be joining an extensive and exciting portfolio of projects and growth within nuclear. We are currently delivering some of the nuclear industries most complex and challenging projects.

What will you be doing

An ideal framework for the successful candidate to gain understanding and experience of working within a Nuclear facility operating environment, the NEC4 suite of contracts, bespoke head contract conditions. Specific duties will include take-offs, notifying, recording, review and assessment of change as well as supporting the commercial team in the administration of subcontracts.

A commercial graduate will be placed onto a project during the construction phase to support the project team through a range of activities. Key activities will include:

  • Contracts and procurement: recording and monitoring changes across both the head contract and Supply Chain contracts and ascertaining the cost and time impacts.
  • Measurement: Measuring construction works progress and value on site utlising both 4D BIM capability and actual progress via on site presence, based on agreed contract rates and prices
  • Cost forecasting: This involves forecasting the final costs of projects or work packages (individual contracts within a project). You will review tender documents, contract variations, and use this to calculate the final figure payable.
  • Monitoring profit and loss: This involves compiling monthly reports to compare the current and future forecast cost of work packages compared with value recovery for those packages inclusive of developing an understanding of risks and opportunities that may impact the forecasted outcomes all necessary to support the project to report on a consistent and predictable, “no surprises” basis. future costs,
  • Liaising with stakeholders: You will need to attend meetings with cross functional teams project teams from different capability (e.g. Engineering, Design, Safety Health Environmental and Quality, cost control), customers and support the project team to advise them on commercial issues that arise.

What qualifications do I require

  • A degree accredited by a chartered body (e.g. RICS, CICES) at lower second or above
    • Quantity Surveying
    • Quantity surveying and commercial management
    • Any other related degree
  • Ability to travel or drive to remote site locations if needed
  • Ideally some exposure to a construction/engineering environment. However, this is not essential
  • Motivation to achieve professional accreditation

What essential skills do I require


  • to others and record important information as I do so
  • by using open ended questions to deepen my understanding


  • engagingly by using facts and examples to support my point
  • adaptively by changing the content depending on the response of listeners


  • develop ideas by considering different perspectives

Staying positive

  • Look for opportunities in difficult situations
  • Support others to stay positive, by helping them see opportunities

Aiming high

  • Set goals and secure the right resources to achieve them


  • Manage time and share resources to support completing task


  • Work well with others by understanding and respecting diversity of others' cultures, beliefs, and backgrounds
  • Contribute to group decision making, whilst recognising the value of other ideas

Why join our team?

In our vibrant community, you will discover a wealth of experienced colleagues, eager to support you through your Morgan Sindall journey.

Your success matters to us that is why we offer a dedicated professional scheme mentor. This experienced guide will help you navigate the path to chartership with your specific chartered body. Their insights an encouragement will be invaluable, ensuring you are not just on the right path but achieving your goals.