Ener-G, a firm which focuses on renewable power, has
said that its new graduate recruitment scheme will see university
leavers trained for the top.
The 700-strong global energy company believes that more engineers
will be needed in the coming years as the green sector increases
demand for carbon neutral power infrastructures, and graduates
should start gaining skills now.
Graduate job hopefuls are needed to fill electrical and mechanical
engineering vacancies and two years' 'off-the-job' training will
help develop them into executives ready for the upturn.
Ben Richardson, a 22-year-old graduate already working as a junior
applications engineer for Ener-G, said: "It's good to work in a
growing industry where there's better job security and the added
bonus of helping to save the environment."
Unite, one of the largest unions in Britain, recently spoke at the
New Energy Brings New Opportunity conference about the 10,000
engineering jobs that could be created through carbon reduction
strategies and possibly taken up by interested graduates.
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