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London based with some flexibility to support hybrid office/home working
Your placements could span multiple transport modes, working in teams from across TfL with customers, local government, suppliers, consultants and contractors to deliver city-defining programmes. You will enable reliable operation of one of the world's leading transport networks and shape London’s future transport network.
The placements Civil Engineering YII Engineers have worked in are:
• Elephant & Castle redevelopment – interface with the redevelopment of Elephant & Castle shopping centre the design and construction of a new LU station entrance. Supporting the Construction Engineering team on site.
• Infrastructure Protection – working with external developers, designers and contractors to make sure their works don’t damage our assets or affect our operations
• Asset Engineers – working with one of our technical discipline teams to assess and manage our track, drainage, geotechnical, tunnel and structural assets. Getting involved in repair and replacement options, designs and construction assurance, and structural assessments.
You’ll need to be in your penultimate year of an ICE accredited BEng or MEng in Civil Engineering or a closely related subject and on track to receive a minimum of 2:1.
Your future academic qualification must meet the requirements for CEng registration with the Institution of Civil Engineers.
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Company website : https://tfl.gov.uk/corporate/careers/
During this year long programme, you would gain meaningful and valuable work experience which will support you in your ongoing career journey towards becoming a fully-fledged Chartered or Incorporated civil engineer. At the end of your placement, you may have the opportunity to be considered for graduate position through our fast-track process.
TfL operate a transparent recruitment process that removes barriers for candidates with a disability. Please let them know if you require reasonable adjustments for any stages of the application process.
They are a Disability Confident employer, and offer guaranteed interviews to candidates who apply via the scheme where the minimum criteria for skills, knowledge and experience have been met.
In High Volume campaigns including Graduate, Apprentice and Intern recruitment the minimum criteria TfL set is achieving a pass mark in our first stage assessments, adopting a proportionate approach as part of the Disability Confident scheme.