Graduate roles

GRADUATE ENGINEERS (PROJECT/DESIGN/STRUCTURAL)

We are seeking Graduate Engineers to join our intake from September 2018 onwards.

Based at our Norwich Head Office, the successful candidates will commence a two-year long training programme. The first 6 months will be spent building the skills and gaining the experience necessary to successfully fulfil your future role, whilst gaining experience working in all the engineering departments within the company, as well as others from QHSE to Project Engineering. After 6 months you will specialise in an area of Engineering of your own interest and undertake a training scheme tailor-made for this discipline.

World-wide travel and some offshore working are understood to be required by you to undertake this role.

Minimum Requirements

  • MEng/BEng in Mechanical, Civil or Structural Engineering, 2:1 or above. Candidates from other Engineering disciplines with relevant industry work experience may be considered.
  • Sound technical knowledge.
  • Experience of team-working.
  • Excellent communication skills, both oral and written.

Desirable

  • Relevant industry work experience.
  • Masters degree in any of the disciplines above.

Successful candidates will be offered an attractive package:

  • Competitive salary based on skills and experience, with six month pay uplifts for the first 2 years subject to performance and development.
  • Support for professional development and training, including:
    • Monitored professional development schemes with IMechE and ICE.
    • Funded training supported by the ECITB.
    • Mentoring for Graduates from qualified professionals.
    • Payment of membership fees for your chosen professional institution.
  • Opportunity for secondment to other departments in the company.
  • A pleasant working environment.
  • Pension scheme with matching company contribution up to 5% of salary after 3 month probation.
  • Private Health insurance.
  • Cycle to work scheme.
  • Life Cover.

How to Apply:

To apply, please use the link below:

http://www.pointer-ats.com/apply/1732/aquaterra-energy/graduate-engineer-2018/


GRADUATE RISER ANALYST

Successful candidates will have the opportunity to work at our head office in Norwich. The work will require detailed analysis of offshore structures, data collection, preparation of reports, and liaison with clients and other departments within Aquaterra.

Riser analysis projects at Aquaterra use the specialist packages OrcaFlex, SHEAR7 and GRLWEAP to simulate a variety of cases:

  • Extreme wave loading for strength and stability assessment.
  • An annual range of sea‑states for fatigue assessment.
  • Structural response to current flows for vortex induced vibration assessment.
  • Soil loads for pile-driving assessment.

Requirements

  • A first or second class honours degree in engineering or similar in physical sciences (physics) or mathematics.
  • Sound technical knowledge.
  • Understanding of finite element (FE) analysis.
  • Problem-solving skills.
  • Aptitude for calculations.
  • Good communication skills, both oral and written.

Desirable

  • Experience of using analysis software e.g. Abaqus, Ansys, OrcaFlex, etc.
  • Industrial experience such as summer placements or internships.
  • PhD in engineering, physics or mathematics.

Successful candidates will be offered an attractive package:

  • Competitive salary based on skills and experience, with six month pay uplifts.
  • Support for professional development and training, including:
    • Monitored professional development schemes with IMechE and ICE.
    • Funded training.
    • Payment of membership fees for a professional institution.
  • Opportunity for secondment to other departments in the company.
  • A pleasant working environment.
  • Pension scheme with matching company contribution up to 5% of salary after 3 month probation.
  • Health insurance.
  • Cycle to work scheme.
  • Life Cover.

How to Apply:

To apply, please use the link below:

http://www.pointer-ats.com/apply/1733/aquaterra-energy/graduate-riser-analyst-2018/