How has your career developed since joining Mott MacDonald as a graduate?
I joined the nuclear division of Mott MacDonald as a process engineer. I really enjoyed being part of a multidisciplinary team learning what other engineers do and how my work affects them. I’ve gained further experience in safety engineering within a wider range of industries which granted access to further opportunities with other divisions in the business.
What are your favourite projects that you have worked on?
My favourite projects are those where I take ownership of packages of work to be delivered to clients. I take great pride in knowing that my work will be reviewed and accepted by Mott MacDonald's clients which will contribute to the business’s technical and corporate success.
What is the best thing about working at Mott MacDonald?
The team culture present in every office presents an environment of learning and development for graduate staff.
What do you think makes Mott MacDonald unique?
The varied amount of projects present within the group.
What support have you had whilst working towards your chartership?
At the end of every quarter, I meet with my Institute of Chemical Engineering (IChemE) mentor who supports and provides me with valuable advice in my career path leading to chartership.
What surprised you most about Mott MacDonald?
The large amount of graduates recruited into the group every year, all doing very different types of work. It's evident that Mott MacDonald has graduate roles for students from all different type of backgrounds.