Posted on :
3 Sep, 2010
Acergy is a seabed-to-surface engineering and construction contractor to the offshore oil and gas industry worldwide. We provide integrated services, and we plan, design and deliver complex projects in harsh and challenging environments. Acergy recruits Graduate Trainee Engineers (Worldwide)
Graduate Engineer Development Scheme (GEDS)
Engineering is at the heart of our projects and people are central to our success. Acergy is committed to training and development as well as providing an exciting and challenging work environment with global opportunities and first class career development programmes.
Graduate Engineers are fundamental to the progression and development of our engineering capabilities and through our industry-leading Graduate Engineer Development Scheme (GEDS) we ensure they are developed to be the best in the industry. GEDS is a two-year scheme and is fully accredited by the Institute of Mechanical Engineers in the UK. It has been developed and continually supported by Acergy Engineering experts. The scheme involves both on and off the job development and exposes Engineers to a variety of engineering disciplines and elements of project execution including dedicated offshore opportunities.
The GEDS provides an environment which promotes and supports the development of your knowledge, skills and expertise. GEDS will take you on a developmental journey which will be challenging but will also be rewarding, exciting and fun.
The GEDS comprises four main elements:
We continuously strive to:
The GEDS offers:
Acergy is currently recruiting Graduate Engineers to participate on the Graduate Engineering Development Scheme (GEDS) in a number of countries across the globe. We are looking for graduates primarily with Mechanical, Civil or Structural Engineering Degrees and the following qualities and skills:
Applications are now being accepted.
Closing date 31st December for graduates starting September 2011.
If you are interested in the above position then please forward e-mail applications to [email protected], marking the job title (Graduate Engineer Development Scheme) in the subject heading.