For those just starting out on their career, our accredited graduate programme develops your knowledge and skills through professional training, mentorship, challenge and responsibility, so you can successfully apply for Chartership of the Association for Project Management (APM), Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) or Royal institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS). We want you to be the future leaders of Artelia and the people who shape the built environment for generations to come.
You don’t have to have a degree to have a successful future in the construction industry. Our apprenticeship pathway is for people new to our industry, especially school leavers, or those who are ready to switch careers. We will support your development through education and training, relevant experience and mentoring.
To apply for an apprenticeship, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
For budding Project Managers and Quantity Surveyors, Artelia offers an 8 week internships in our London office – an opportunity to experience hands on project delivery. A successful internship with Artelia could result in a job offer and place on our Graduate Programme after your graduation.
If you are interested in applying for an internship with Artelia, please contact email@example.com
For those who are mid-career, we want to encourage you to pursue your goals with us. Gain chartership or fellowship of your relevant professional organisation, lead teams, mentor younger members, be an industry influencer and a role model.
“I am an apprentice at Artelia studying for an APM accredited Excellence, Achievement & Learning (EAL) Level 4 Diploma in Project Management. I attend College once a week and am assessed monthly in the work place. The experience I get with Artelia is tremendously interesting and varied. I’ve worked with the Heritage team at Canterbury Cathedral and am now with the healthcare team working on transforming an acute hospital site. All this is enabling me to embark on an exciting career as a project professional.”
Jamie Lord, Artelia Apprentice
“Since joining Artelia as a Project Administrator in 2017, I have progressed to become an Assistant Commercial Manager in the Shell team. Having had limited construction experience before joining the company, Artelia encouraged me to enroll in a part-time Construction Management course run by the University of Greenwich which has thoroughly strengthened my knowledge of the industry.”
Nile Morrison, Assistant Commercial Manager
We are keen to hear from anyone who is passionate about the built environment. If you think you can bring something to our team, whether that’s in-depth experience or huge enthusiasm, please send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org, or apply for one of our available roles.
We are proud of our international make-up and our above industry average female:male ratio which is becoming more balanced every year. AND was set up by employees for employees and is central to the life and culture of Artelia – supporting new starters, participating in industry events like the Women in Project Management Conference, inspiring the next generation to consider careers in construction and with a goal to become a Times Top 50 Employer for Women.
Our Young Professionals Forum brings together those just starting out on their career from across our global business to socialise, share their experiences, generate new ideas and have a say in the development of Artelia from a young person’s perspective.
We are a Reservist Employer and are signed up to the Armed Forces Covenant in recognition of the skills and capabilities that our service personnel bring to our business and projects. If you are already a reservist or interested in becoming one we will support you and make it easier for you to meet your reserve service commitments.
A healthy workplace is a happy and productive workplace. Alongside providing plenty of opportunities to get fit and active, everyone has access to Employee Assistance and Wellbeing counselling, trained mental health first aiders and our Wellbeing Week is a chance for people to take stock of their health, emotional and social wellbeing, with a programme of fun and engaging activities. We are accredited as a London Healthy Workplace.
Some of our best ideas come when we are relaxing or taking time out with colleagues, whether that’a a game of five-aside-football, volunteering, a quiz night and pizza or the full on challenge of a triathlon. If you’ve got a hobby or an interest we’ll encourage you to share it with us.