At Genesis, we are our clients trusted advisors on the journey to a sustainable future. For over 30 years, Genesis has developed an unrivalled track record and reputation for high quality, high impact solutions. We work in true partnership with our clients and are problem solvers who are at the forefront of innovation and technology; our world-class experience, individual expertise and collective wisdom is what differentiates us. This is why we have been recognised by the Financial Times in the UK and Forbes globally as a world’s leading management consultancy.

From Engineers and Specialists to Project Managers and Support Staff, our 1000+ people, spread across 12 countries, thrive in a dynamic, proactive business where inherent safety and maximising sustainability are key beliefs. A deep sense of Team where global collaboration is the top priority fuels a working environment of knowledge sharing, collaboration, and innovative thinking.

Genesis Energies is made up of a dynamic group of engineers and scientists working across a range of assignments from traditional upstream oil and gas developments to emerging energy transition technologies.  Our work encompasses feasibility assessments and concept selection for new developments through to technical support of mature assets.

At Genesis we work in close collaboration with our clients, develop an understanding of their problems before identifying the possible solutions and supporting their decision-making process. 

If you are keen to progress your career with an organisation that is passionate about developing the future generation of engineers within a collaborative and supportive environment, we would love to hear from you. 


Genesis is looking for a Graduate Flow Assurance Engineer seeking to start an exciting and rewarding career in the energy industry at our offices in London or Aberdeen. 

We welcome applications from graduates in Chemical or Mechanical Engineering who are self-motivated, inquisitive, adaptable and are keen to work in a collaborative, multidiscipline environment. In return Genesis offer an excellent graduate programme that will further develop your engineering fundamentals, allow you to gain exposure to different specialisms through multidiscipline projects and gain the opportunity to become a Chartered Engineer with our support.

What you'll do

Our Specialist Technical Services team is made up of a number disciplines that compliment our wider business. A key area of activity within this team is within Flow Assurance who carry out studies from pre-feasibility to detailed design and operational support. Services provided by this team include:

Flow Assurance studies for oil and gas and energy transition projects;

  • Multiphase modelling of flows in pipelines, vessels and networks;
  • Dynamic Modelling of Integrated Facilities – subsea / topsides;
  • Production chemistry and chemical requirement analysis;
    • Hydrate management (prediction, inhibition and remediation) 
    • Wax management (wax chemistry and deposition)
  • Corrosion and erosion analysis;
  • Pressure surge analysis for single phase fluids (water, oil, chemicals, etc);
  • CO2 transportation, injection and storage;
  • Hydrogen and Ammonia pipeline studies;
  • Facility capacity rating, debottlenecking and bench-marking;
  • Client team support;
  • Production optimisation and OPEX minimisation..

In addition to the above there is the opportunity to become involved in studies within the wider Specialist Technical Services team, which include:

  • Computational Fluid Mechanics
  • Dynamic Simulation
  • Reliability, Availability and Maintenance and
  • Process Safety

If you enjoy a fast-paced working environment and developing fresh approaches to new challenges, then we would love to hear from you.

As Flow Assurance Engineer you will be responsible for:

  • Preparation of engineering deliverables under supervision
  • Running specialist process engineering software
  • Preparing reports and supporting client presentations 
  • Participating in project workshops

Who you are

We’d love to hear from you if you can demonstrate:

  • A degree in a Chemical or Mechanical Engineering, ideally with further specialist studies at MSc or similar level
  • Enjoy a mixture of tightly woven teams and working with relative independence.
  • Be well-motivated and able to work to deadlines.
  • Have a desire to develop new skills and experience.

It would be beneficial if you also had:

  • Digital experience and programming
  • Relevant university placement industry experience