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Who are Amey?

Shape tomorrow’s world with Amey

Amey Consulting is one of the UK’s leading engineering consultancies working to deliver sustainable infrastructure solutions, while enhancing life and protecting our shared future. We are a leading provider of full life-cycle engineering, operations and decarbonisation solutions for transport infrastructure and complex facilities.

Our teams in Scotland deliver a broad range of design services to clients in both Local and Central Government together with established Contractors. You will be involved in the design of some of the largest civil engineering and associated infrastructure projects in Scotland. This work also includes supporting other divisions of Amey including Transport Infrastructure and Complex Facilities. This work provides excellent opportunities for technical, engineering, and professional design staff at all stages in their careers to be involved in some of the most exciting and challenging engineering projects.

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Programmes Available:

We have positions for graduates and summer placement students.

Graduate programme

We offer two Graduate Programmes: Technical and Business. Both provide you with the opportunity to develop your knowledge and experiences in your chosen specialism.

We bring together our operational know-how and expertise, insight, and technological solutions to deliver our clients’ infrastructure needs and support their journey to Net Zero. By joining one of our Graduate Programmes, you will work alongside experts, on real projects, that are making a difference to local communities and the environment.

We offer 2-year Graduate Development Programmes across a wide range of specialisms including engineering, design, finance, project management or business management.

All our Graduate Programmes are designed to provide you with the essential tools for success, including support, on the job training and self-development.

Throughout the programme you will take part in formal learning and development workshops designed to provide you with a wide range of business skills to complement your chosen career and to develop your technical, personal and professional skills.

We will also support and pay towards a relevant professional qualification.

And you will get dedicated support from your people manager, mentor and access to a like-minded, vibrant Early Careers community.

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Undergraduate Programmes

Our Undergraduate Programmes will give you the opportunity to gain valuable insight into a working environment aligned to your studies. You will work alongside experts who will support you to develop your professional and technical skills and to work on real projects.

You can either join our Summer Internships, designed for first, second and penultimate year undergraduate students. Internships can range between 2 – 4 months and are all fully paid.

Or you can join one of our Year in Industry placements which are between 9 – 12 months and suitable for undergraduate students.

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How you will be supported:

You’ll be given a ‘buddy’ and a mentor to assist you as you settle into your new role, helping answer any questions you may have, and support you in developing the skills and knowledge necessary to succeed.

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Hear from some of Amey’s fantastic people about their experience.

Kieran Mooney: Graduate Engineer

What do you enjoy most about your job?

There is lots to love! Having the opportunity to work on some of the largest projects in the country.

I am currently working on the Transpennine Route Upgrade project, which is a multi-billion-pound, transformative, railway infrastructure programme. It has been amazing for me to work on a project of this scale early on in my career.

Amey is really encouraging with both personal and professional development; I am currently working towards obtaining Chartership (CEng) status with the IMechE.

There is a huge Early Careers Community here at Amey which is great for networking and meeting new people who are in a similar stage of their career as you. It is a real positive as I have made some good friends and there is often special events and opportunities provided to the people in the community.

How do you make an impact at Amey?

Amey offers plenty of avenues for people to make a difference. One of the biggest challenges I am taking part in is the Cancer Research UK Charity Challenge where my team of other graduates and apprentices are competing against others within Amey to raise as much money as we can for CRUK over a 5-week period.

I have additionally become a STEM Ambassador, with the aim of giving back to students that are looking to pursue a career in STEM. Finally, I am part of the Charity Champion group at Amey who look to take part and promote fundraising, whilst sharing some of the great charitable work that is going on all around the business.