Graduate Project Manager

Artelia UK
WC1V 6RL, London (Greater)
£27,500 per annum plus an extensive benefits package including pension and private medical insurance
02 Dec 2018
02 Jan 2019
Job Function
Contract Type
Full Time

How does it feel to organise the dry docking of a World War I Battleship or manage the refurbishment of the Royal Suite at The Savoy?

These are some of the daily challenges Artelia people meet. As part of a global group employing over 5,000 people across some 35 countries, we have an exciting range of clients ranging from global commercial and industrial conglomerates to hoteliers, retailers, healthcare trusts, schools, universities, museums and UNESCO World Heritage sites. This makes for tremendously varied career opportunities in project management.

Our graduate programme in Project Management has been developed to prepare you for a successful future at Artelia and beyond.

Your training programme will involve a great deal of change as you experience the different aspects of our business. This experience will help you to develop the versatility and confidence essential to becoming a trusted adviser to our clients.

The scheme itself is flexible and fully adaptable to your preferences and the opportunities available. There are no restrictions and the pace at which you progress through the graduate programme and in your career is completely down to you.

Throughout, we provide you with the training, mentoring and support you need to thrive on your journey through Artelia’s Association for Project Management (APM) accredited Project and Programme Management Professional Development Programme towards Chartered status.

Who are we looking for?

When selecting our graduates, we look beyond just the academic. Ours is a people business and we work together in teams. We need individuals with drive and motivation who can relate to those around them. We like common sense, integrity and people who have broad ranging interests, who can solve problems and work well under pressure.

How do I apply?

If you are a recent graduate or set to graduate in 2019 and you have:

•A 2:1 or above in a relevant undergraduate or Masters degree

•Appropriate work experience that demonstrates a proactive approach and exposure to technical skills

•Strong numerical ability with excellent IT skills and knowledge of MS Project a distinct advantage

•Great communication and negotiation skills

•The ability to work in a team

•Confidence and drive

Then we’d love to hear from you.

You can find out more about our structured Project Management and Quantity Surveying training programme on our website and on LinkedIn.