UK and Ireland graduates
Join us for training and development on projects you can believe in.
In 2024 we’re recruiting graduates to work in the UK and Ireland in the following areas:
- Architectural engineering
- Building services
- Civil and structural engineering
- Chemical engineering
- Computer science
- Control and instrumentation
- Electrical engineering
- Engineering geology and geotechnical engineering
- Fire engineering
- Flood risk specialists
- Hydrology and hydrogeology
- Land consultancy
- Management consultancy
- Mechanical engineering
- Process engineering
- Project management
- Quantity surveying
- Town planning
- Water resources
Our graduate career paths equip you to advance, backed by our dedicated staff. You’ll learn from industry experts, receive structured training, and gain experience on community-enhancing projects. When you join us, you’re partnered with a mentor who will help you through your development plan, and we provide professional routes that are accredited by organisations like ICE, IStructE, IMechE, IET, CIBSE, CIWEM, RICS, APM, and more.
Accelerating Your Future
Our graduates join ‘Accelerating Your Future’, a three-year development programme that introduces you to key business and commercial competencies we know graduates need to succeed at Mott MacDonald. Virtual and face-to-face workshops, as well as group challenges, are used to deliver the programme to our graduates across the UK and Ireland.
Expand your horizons as part of our global network
Within Mott MacDonald, the Early Careers Professionals (ECP) network is a progressive, innovative, and self-sustaining community that connects professionals in the first 10 years of their career. Through a variety of seminars and mentoring, the ECP network provides a challenging and supportive environment in which to learn new skills, gain confidence, and create new connections.
What else can you expect?
- Agile working options
- 25 days annual leave
- Paid for annual professional membership
- Biannual salary reviews for three years
- Contributory pension up to 7% of your salary
- Flexible options benefits scheme
- Sports and social activities
- Charity and community opportunities
- Employee led diversity networks
- Wellbeing initiatives and support
How do you apply?
We encourage you to apply as soon as the application window opens, as we assess applications on a rolling basis. Our UK process includes an application form, whereas the application process for our roles in Europe include a CV.
1. Online assessment
2. Application form