We deliver innovative solutions to some of the biggest environmental challenges of our time. So, we’re looking to develop the skills of the industry experts of the future. Our specialisms include geo-environmental engineering, contaminated land, waste management, air quality, environmental impact assessments and urban design. This means varied careers for our environmental scientists, landscape architects, hydrogeologists and acousticians.
Who we are
One of the world’s most respected design, engineering and project management consultancies, we’re driven to ask ‘why’ and make the world a better place – today and tomorrow. In water, ground and environment our solutions enrich people’s lives. We create dams, provide clean water, transform cities and protect homes from flooding. Together we share knowledge and create a better, more sustainable future for all.
At Atkins we offer a world of opportunities from the projects you’ll work on to the directions you can take your career in. Whatever your ambitions, we’ve a role to match your passion and degree.
What you’ll be doing
Our industry leading WG&E Academy is the ideal place to start your career. At its heart, being in the academy will mean you are part of a dynamic technical community with access to the latest thinking and developments in your field. As well as structured training that’s designed with you in mind, we’ll support you and help you achieve your professional accreditation.
Learning to become a future business leader, you’ll get involved with activities in one of these specialist areas:
Acoustics - Our consultancy services span far and wide from healthcare and the performing arts to HS2 and the 2012 Olympic Park. And there’s much more to our work than environmental noise assessments. We build acoustics projects, create PA/VA designs and develop digital models for environmental and room acoustics.
Hydrogeology - Working with water and environmental specialists within our land & environmental consultancy, we play a lead role in environmental impact assessments. Our hydrology and hydrogeology insight supports the remediation of contaminated land and groundwater and surface water supply projects.
Who we’re looking for
Talented graduates with a 2.1 degree or above in the following; ecology, hydrology, hydrogeology, acoustics, civil/environmental engineering, air quality, mathematics, chemistry or a relevant scientific or design discipline
Hydrogeologists will also benefit from a relevant MSc or PhD and skills in computer programming, groundwater and surface water modelling
Confident working on your own initiative and as part of multidisciplinary teams
A good communicator who can collaborate with a variety of colleagues and become a trusted customer adviser
Someone who can analyse problems, create innovative solutions and make sound decisions in a competitive and commercial environment
Keen attention to detail and the drive to keep on learning.
Where you could be
You’ll be able to find a home office from the list below based on your degree, but will need to be UK mobile.
Birmingham - Acoustics and Ecology
Bristol - Applications have now closed for this location
Epsom - Air Quality, Civil Engineering, Contaminated Land, Environmental Engineering, GIS, Engineering Geology
Glasgow - Contaminated Land, Flood Risk, Engineering Geology
Oxford - Civil Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Hydraulic Flood Modelling, Hydrology
Peterborough - Civil Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Hydraulic Flood Modelling, Hydrology
Warrington - Civil Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Hydraulic Flood Modelling, Hydroinformatics, Hydrology, Water Management.
Please note applications have now closed for the following disciplines: Environmental Science, Geography, Geology and Mathematics
Closing date for applications; Tuesday 28th February 2017. NB: Some of our programmes are incredibly popular, to avoid disappointment please make your application as soon as possible.
Assessment centres will be held from October to February 2017. Please note, positions for our Hydrogeology team will be advertised in February and assessed in May 2017.