We give our graduates the responsibility and development to make a difference to the UK’s communities and infrastructure from the word ‘go’.
We have opportunities all over the UK in a range of exciting sectors and projects. Technical skills are important, but even more critical to your success here is the ability to work in a team, be open to change and demonstrate motivation for the sector, and our culture and company values.
We offer a competitive salary and benefits, and an inclusive and fun working environment!
Graduate routes include civil engineering, quantity surveying, finance, business management, environmental, and mechanical and electrical engineering.
Playlist: Graduate experiences at Morgan Sindall Infrastructure
Hear from some of our graduates on their experiences working for us
We operate several sponsorship programmes. Students receive a bursary whilst they study, undertake paid employment during vacations and sandwich placements and have access to experienced professionals with regard to studies and project work. Sponsored students will join the Morgan Sindall Infrastructure graduate development programme on successful completion of studies.
We're also a member of the Loughborough Construction Consortium, which provides access to placements and sponsorship opportunities, and the Institution of Civil Engineers QUEST scheme, which provides undergraduate scholarships.
As a Morgan Sindall Infrastructure graduate colleague you'll have the opportunity to work towards professional development relevant to your role.
You'll be supported by a qualified mentor on one of our accredited, approved or structured professional training schemes including ICE, RICS, IMechE, IET and CIOB. We also support candidates working towards full membership of a wide variety of institutions such as IEMA, CIPS, CIPD, CIM and CIMA.
The 5% club
We're proud to be a member of The 5% Club, a movement of employers committed to providing opportunities for people to 'earn and learn' as they begin their careers.
Members of The 5% Club aspire to achieve five per cent of their workforce in earn and learn positions (including apprentices, sponsored students and graduates on formalised training schemes) within five years of joining.