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  We are responsible for approximately 5% of the UK's total oil and gas production. We have an interest in nearly 40 producing offshore fields. We operate the largest refinery in the UK, serve around 800,000 retail customers every day …
  A career with us is about making a difference to people’s lives every day. Together, our people make sure the lights are on in schools, operating theatres and sporting arenas, and that homes are heated and water is boiled.   …
We're the UK’s largest producer of low-carbon electricity, the biggest supplier of electricity by volume in Great Britain and the largest supplier to British businesses.  Just as we’re investing heavily in a sustainable&nb…
Centrica Centrica is all around you. We source, generate, process, store, trade, supply, service and save energy. Our work takes us all over the world, underground and out to sea. A top 30 FTSE 100 company with over 25 million customer account…
We’re one of the world’s leading engineering, project management and consultancy companies. From planning and design to procurement and project management, we make sure that all kinds of incredible things get built, and that they …
CGG is a leader in cutting-edge geoscience. We have achieved leadership through a strong focus on innovation and a commitment to delivering the best sustainable solutions to our clients' energy challenges. We bring our cl…
At EE, things just keep getting better and better. Not only are we the proud parent of Britain’s best network and on our way to becoming no.1 for service, this year we’ve really outdone ourselves by ranking 3rd in The Sunday Times’ …
  Air Products has been enabling its customers to become more productive, energy-efficient and sustainable for 75 years. With our atmospheric gases, process and …
Cogent Skills   The Cogent Skills is firmly established as the leading provider of recruitment and development services within science-based industries.   Cogent Skills is committed to inspiring you! - the next generation of science bas…
  From the Humber in the north to the Thames in the south; from Daventry in the west to Lowestoft in the east – geographically speaking, we’re the biggest water supply and water recycling company in England and Wales. And we…
  Real Mining. Real People. Real Difference We’re one of the biggest and most successful mining groups in the world, with a diverse workforce represented on five continents. We’ve been building our business (and a worl…
It's taken for granted that we provide clean water and sanitation every day for over five million people, but there’s so much more to Yorkshire Water. We need to ensure we deliver the right services, protect the environment and meet our legal …
  The opportunity that comes with growth and new experiences. The opportunity to contribute new ideas to established operations. The chance to build your capability through our strong network. Petrofac offers all of this and more. Ours is an e…
We are the world’s fourth-largest oil and gas company, as well as a major integrated player in the global solar industry. Backed by nearly a century of history we discover, produce, transform, market and distribute energy in a variety of forms,…
We're looking for the future leaders of our business. Do you have the drive, ambition and ideas to take your career to the next level? We keep vital services flowing for millions of people, and that means plenty of challenging and exciting roles we …
Keeping gas flowing to our customers is what we do, but our people are at the heart of our business. We believe our behaviours have the biggest impact on our company culture. They’re what drives the way we work together and what we can achiev…
With a history and culture of science and innovation, we’re the world’s leading provider of production and processing technologies to the oil and gas industry. Working globally, we invent, design, engineer, apply, and maintain technologi…
We pride ourselves on the way we treat our people, making sure the company is as brilliantly reliable as the work they put in. We’re focussing on making it easier for our customers to manage their energy at the moment, so if you have an inter…
GE is constantly working to make the world a better place by supplying the expertise, finance and technology that helps to build, improve and save lives every day. We embrace simplicity and diversity and we believe great, world-changing ideas can c…
As a major UK power firm, we work hard to bring our customers competitive gas and electricity rates. Energy, and how we produce it, is an ever-challenging topic, and to meet and exceed expectations we are looking for ambitious people to take us to ne…
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HELPING YOU FIND A CAREER IN Energy and Utilities

Energy and utilities graduates have the task of ensuring our energy supply is fit for the next generation. The opportunities within this sector are growing, and the issues that those within it face have never been more timely. Browse graduate energy and utilities jobs here.

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How much can I earn as an Energy and Utility Worker?
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Entry-level technicians can earn around £17,000 or over £20,000. Those in management and other senior positions can earn over £30,000 or £40,000. The energy sector offers competitive graduate starting salaries – across all industries the median starting salary for graduates at the country’s top 100 employers is £30,00 for 2016, according to research from High Fliers, and the energy and utilities sector may pay more highly than this. According to Pay Scale, the average salaries for the below energy and utilities roles are as follows:
  • Petroleum engineer - £41,830
  • Energy manager - £38,999
  • Engineering geologist - £28,029
  • Drilling engineer - f £55,698
  • Environmental consultant - £24,668
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What qualifications do I need to be an Energy and Utility Worker?
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After a Bachelors degree If your degree is in engineering, environmental science, geology or something else directly related to the industry, you should be able to apply for entry level graduate roles or structured graduate schemes in your specific area of interest after you’ve completed your degree. If you want to work in an area of the energy and utilities industry that is more office based and less scientific, such as marketing, you should be able to apply with the majority of degree subjects. There will also be a large number of graduate schemes available in these areas. The majority of graduate employers will require a 2.1 in whichever degree you have.
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What skills do I need to be an Energy and Utility Worker?
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Some areas of the energy sector will require you to have very specific engineering or technical skills that will have been obtained through formal qualifications. However across all energy jobs there are a range of soft skills that employers will be looking for such as communication, teamwork and time management.

Some of the skills that energy recruiters might look for are:
  • Communication
  • Teamwork
  • Analytical skills
  • An ability to work under pressure
  • Presentation skills
  • Time management
  • Organisation
Graduates from many degree disciplines will have the necessary skills for working in energy jobs. Degrees offer a good set of skills in logical thought, presentation, analysis and communication all of which are important for a career in the energy sector.
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What experience do I need to get a job in Energy and Utility?
experience
Formal work experience is not required for school leavers who want to work in the energy and utilities sector. If you are a graduate or are soon to be, contact organisations directly to see if you can go in for work experience. Take advantage of the opportunity for placement schemes within your course, too, if your degree is technical, engineering or science focused.
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