Their engineers are at the heart of the design and innovation that enables 30 million customer journeys around the Capital, every single day.
You will be working for Places for London, a dedicated commercial property company set up by TfL to manage its commercial estate and property development. It plays a key role in shaping London.
TfL support the Mayor’s Transport Strategy and deliver good growth for London. They do this by helping planning applicants, the rest of TfL, the Greater London Authority (GLA), boroughs, and other stakeholders to combine land use and transport planning.
As a graduate, your three-year development programme will be made up of up to six placement rotations. The aim is to equip you with the range of skills and experience you need for your successful career. TfL understand that everyones career and ambitions are different, so every graduates journey is unique.
During your year working with TfL, they will arrange two 6 month placements. The aim is to equip you with a range of skills and experience to help you begin a successful career in Engineering. We understand that everyones career and ambitions are different, so every engineers journey is unique.
London never stops and the engineering challenge which we face in modernising and upgrading our systems has been likened to undertaking open heart surgery on a patient while they are running a marathon! TfL’s network plays a massive role in ensuring London can become a Net Zero Carbon city and as Engineers we help shape the decisions that will lead to this carbon reduction. You will support reliable operation of one of the world’s leading transport networks and shape Londons future transport network.
TfL’s Commercial teams focus on the budget of their projects, ensuring they continue to be successful and provide value for money. Quantity?surveyors are at the heart of London’s growth,?transforming the infrastructure.
Your work in the fire engineering team will span multiple transport modes, working in multi-disciplinary teams from across TfL with customers, local government, suppliers, consultants and contractors to deliver city-defining programmes and cutting-edge innovations. You will support reliable operation of one of the world’s leading transport networks and shape Londons future transport network.
Creating inclusive opportunities for the next generation of communicators. The Stuart Ross Communications Internship is a diversity initiative targeted at increasing the number of people from under-represented groups entering in the Public Relations, Communications and Marketing industries.
Applications open in late 2023 for new Transport for London (TfL) apprenticeships in a wide range of roles! From Transport Planning, Business Services, Real Estate, Engineering and Technology and Data, apprentices will be able to start in September 2024. Register your interest today and TfL will keep you up to date!
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