Our engineering and business graduates tend to get really excited about their prospects at Siemens. The projects are stimulating, the experience is fundamental and the rewards are first class.
But best of all, there's a real sense that you're being listened to. You have a voice from the moment you step through our doors. Your personal development matters. After all, in the long-run, it's as good for us as it is for you.
Over two very exciting years, you'll gain all the skills and knowledge you need to build a successful career with us anywhere in the world.
We have numerous graduate opportunities across different areas of our business - you'll just need to decide which sounds most interesting and apply for the area that inspires you most.
What you can make a difference in?
- Supply chain management
- Electrical engineering
- Software engineering
- Information technology
- Project management
- Environment health and safety
- Quantity surveying
Training and Development
What makes our graduate programmes worth two years of your career? Other than the opportunity to excel at a giant of industry that is? The professional attributes you'll acquire are worth it alone. As a graduate, you'll take part in our Graduate Development Programme (GDP) - a solid programme of modules we've designed to enhance your core and soft skills. We'll also provide world-class mentoring and useful networking opportunities throughout, to aid your personal and professional development.
Here's what you'll learn as part of the GDP:
- Project management fundamentals
- Career planning
- Team building
- Business influencing skills
- Customer communications
- Soft skills
What they are looking for
- Completed a relevant degree, usually in an Engineering or a Business related subject, with a 2:2 or higher
- A desire to contribute in a challenging and diverse environment
- An inquisitive mindset - looking at the most ingenious solution and wondering how it could be better
- A collaborative approach - team work delivers results for everyone
- The ability to learn and adapt - recognising changing trends and tackling the unexpected with enthusiasm