Who we are
We’re a growing organisation of over 40,000 people, operating in diverse markets and locations, across the globe. Since our foundation, we’ve been delivering ground-breaking infrastructure projects and essential services that have touched millions of lives, in extraordinary – and extraordinarily different – ways. From building the world’s largest public library to its most visited art gallery, from keeping major hospitals running smoothly to regenerating local communities, together, we’re making tomorrow a better place.
If you want to transform the world around you, here, you can. And the ways in which you can do it are as wide-ranging as our business. Over your two-year training course, we’ll give you the tools and opportunities you need to make your own enduring mark on the people and places we work with – how you choose to make that mark is up to you. Each of our graduate programmes is rotational: we’ll encourage you to explore Carillion and discover which part of our business most suits your strengths, interests and aspirations.
Here’s a brief overview of the three programmes that you can get involved in:
Including Building, Civil Engineering, Consultancy, Quantity Surveying and Rail
Help us to build landmarks and infrastructure that will create lasting, positive change for the communities we work with.
Including Defence, Energy, Engineering Services, Facilities Management, Health and Project Management
Take responsibility for providing vital services that will shape and improve the lives of thousands of people, every day.
Including Finance & Private Finance, Human Resources and Supply Chain
Create and implement strategies that will equip us with the tools we need, and help us to make an impact where it’s needed most.
What we’re looking for
In Construction, we typically look for Civil Engineering, Construction, Electrical Engineering, Structural Engineering or Surveying degrees – however, this is not a hard-and-fast rule. In general, we encourage applications from a variety of disciplines: what matters most to us is your outlook, a clear sense of determination and the ability to find the right solutions to complex, challenging problems.
All degree classifications will be considered for each of our programme areas.