The EnerMech Graduate Engineering Scheme

What is the EnerMech Graduate Engineering Scheme?

Our graduates work on a project for six months at a time, before switching business line. For example, they might first work for Cranes, before moving onto a project for Valves or Process Pipeline & Umbilicals. At the end of each six month work period their progress is reviewed, recorded in their professional diary and signed off by the department manager.

Graduates are encouraged to aim to become either a Chartered Engineer or an Incorporated Engineer. The Scheme allows them to sample different business units before deciding in which area they finally wish to base their career, as well as building on their professional experience. Our graduates follow a structured programme in line with ImechE to enable them to become a Chartered Engineer or an Incorporated Engineer.

Why EnerMech?

EnerMech not only offer a comprehensive graduate scheme: we offer the opportunity to go further in your career.

We give our graduate engineers training which lets them build on the skills their degree has given them. At EnerMech, we aim to develop our people and push them to go further. You can read about a typical EnerMech graduate engineer here. We are hard working, friendly and energetic with a firm focus on the safety of our staff.

If you are interested in a career with EnerMech, please contact the Recruitment Team on 01224 723300 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Phil Bentley

"The graduates are working towards achieving either the IEng or CEng certification, and the course is accredited by the Institute of Mechanical Engineers. The graduates visit different departments and also college to acquire the competencies required."

- Phil Bentley, EnerMech Operations Director