Crossrail is recruiting graduates to the project between now and the end of January.
The first successful applicants to the Crossrail Graduate Scheme will join the project in autumn in 2013. Says Andrew Wolstenholme, Crossrail’s Chief Executive (pictured), ‘Crossrail is transforming rail transport in London so this is a fantastic opportunity for graduates to join us and play a key role in delivering Europe’s largest construction project.
‘Graduates will receive unique frontline experience on a major infrastructure project, picking up transferable skills that will open the door to a range of future projects and careers. The graduate scheme will help us develop the next generation of leaders in a growing industry where their skills will be in huge demand in future.
‘With a limited number of spaces available, we are looking for exceptional people to bring the talent and enthusiasm needed to help deliver this unprecedented project.’
Training will take place on site and at the Crossrail supported Tunnelling and Underground Construction Academy. Graduates will work towards receiving professional chartered status in their relevant field and will be supported by a Personal Development Manager.