We invite you to bring your passion for District Energy Engineering into play as you deliver technical designs for some of the biggest projects in Europe. To succeed in this role, you must have a relevant degree minimum 2:1 and above (Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical or Building Services Engineering and/or Master’s degree in Renewable or Sustainable Energy). Are you our new Graduate? Click the apply-button to send your application.
We are looking for Graduates to begin in our London, Bristol and Manchester offices. Please state on your cover letter which office you prefer.
Inviting bright minds
Do you want to push the boundaries of your profession and develop your excellence in an open, collaborative and empowering culture? We work to create a sustainable future and our inspiring projects and innovative solutions aim to set the standard among our peers. You will join a global company that has been growing successfully since its founding in 1945. Together, we lead and leave a positive impact on societies, companies and people around the world.
You will join our Energy department
As our new Graduate Engineer, you will be part of a dynamic and growing team, learning about technical design and other aspects of Engineering. Our UK team sits within the Ramboll’s Global Energy business and comprises 22 engineers and consultants based in four locations; London, Edinburgh, Manchester and Bristol. Our team’s market focus is the UK district heating and district cooling sector. The UK’s District Heating sector is projected to grow significantly in response to national targets to decarbonise heat generation. Ramboll plays a key role in helping drive this in the UK, as well as being worldwide thought leaders in this field. We also work on international district heating and district cooling projects in collaboration with our Energy Systems team colleagues in Denmark as well as Ramboll’s UK, North American and other international businesses. We invite you to experience an environment characterised by creativity and insight and to bring to us new perspectives. In addition to the opportunity of working with exceptional engineers every day on varied and ground-breaking projects, we pride ourselves on offering a structured development program from your first day as a graduate, through your role as a Design Engineer, to the day you become a Chartered Engineer and beyond. All graduates are partnered with a mentor to guide you through your journey with Ramboll.
Your key tasks and responsibilities will be:
Work and develop skills in District Energy Engineering Design by:
Assist the team with identifying engineering design solutions to our client’s problems
Carry out engineering calculation and computational analysis
Create engineering drawings and sketches, working with the team to communicate our solutions effectively
Work within a team under supervision by Engineers and Senior Engineers and assist the team in their daily work as required
Work in multi-disciplinary teams with clients, developers, project managers, architects, structural engineers, civil engineers, environmental consultants, fire specialists and acousticians.
Contribute and get involved with local, national and international projects
Follow the company training scheme, fulfilling objectives to assist personal development and provide a basis for future progression within the company
Contribute to Ramboll culture and values, participating in team and company socials
Your starting point for constant growth
From the moment you join Ramboll, we will support your personal and professional development so that you grow with the company. For this role, we believe your starting point is:
Good relevant degree accredited by the Engineering Council - minimum 2:1 and above – in Mechanical or Building Services Engineering and/or Master’s Degree in Renewable or Sustainable Energy
Be an excellent communicator capable of explaining complex engineering principles in plain language, both verbally and in writing
Proven and competent in the subject matter of the assignment and able to work independently with intermittent supervision
Be proactive in addressing problem issues, presenting and pushing solutions
Ability to organise and conduct several activities simultaneously
Build relationships with individuals from other organisations
Have an interest in district energy engineering and addressing climate change.
Familiar with a range of engineering software including ArcGIS, Energy Pro, System Rornet (hydraulic design software) and other proprietary tools and excel models.
Personal qualities that will help you succeed in this role include: a willingness to learn and develop as you kick start your career in Energy engineering, and excellent communication skills to work dynamically within our team of experts.
Welcome to our Energy division
Ramboll is at the forefront of addressing the green transition and offers a holistic approach to energy that supports the sector on the journey towards more sustainable solutions. With 1,800 experts in 14 countries, covering the full spectrum of technologies and all parts of the value chain from production and transmission to distribution, we plan, design and implement energy solutions all over the world.
Ramboll in the United Kingdom
Ramboll is ranked a Top 10 consultant in the UK and has 1,300 bright minds working across 17 offices to apply their passion to deliver innovative solutions across Buildings, Transport, Environment & Health and Energy. We love seeing our talents develop and succeed and you will have opportunities to work on challenging and inspiring projects within an environment that is friendly, open and supportive.
How to apply
Apply online. Attach your CV, cover letter and relevant documents showcasing why you are the right fit for the role, and when you are available to start. Also, please attach a short 500-word answer to the following title: Discuss the potential impact of the accelerated development of low carbon technologies on decarbonising the UK energy system .
Please note that incomplete applications will not be considered.
Ramboll is committed to ensuring equal opportunities and we welcome applications from under-represented groups in STEM such as women, LGBTQ and BME communities, and people with a disability. We look forward to receiving your application.