How does it feel to open a new hotel or organise the dry docking of a World War I Battleship?
As part of an international group, our clients range from global conglomerates to hoteliers, retailers, healthcare trusts, schools, universities, museums and UNESCO World Heritage sites. This makes for tremendously varied career opportunities and because we are a smaller, more agile consultancy, you will be an important member of the team, taking responsibility much faster than at other firms.
Our graduate programmes in Project Management and Quantity Surveying have been carefully developed to provide you with the skills and experience you need to become an industry-leading consultant.
Quantity Surveying/Cost Management graduates follow the assessment of professional competence (APC) programme, successful completion of which leads to the designation MRICS.
Project Management graduates benefit from our Association for Project Management Accredited Development Programme, leading to Chartered Project Professional status.
Our structured, two year training programmes provide for continuous and progressive training.
Graduate professional development goes beyond Chartership. We will support you through any course that is relevant to your work, in the broadest sense, be it industry specific, software training or learning a language.
We look beyond the academic. Ours is a people business and we work together in teams. We need individuals with drive and enthusiasm, who can relate to those around them. We like common sense, integrity and people who have broad ranging interests, who can solve problems and work well under pressure.
If you are a recent graduate or a final year students set to graduate in 2020 who has:
Please send your CV and a covering letter indicating your preferred development programme area – Quantity Surveying/Cost Management or Project Management to: email@example.com
“After graduating from the University of Portsmouth with a BA (Hons) Architecture, I decided to pursue a career in Project Management. I joined Artelia’s graduate programme as the company’s broad capability and international structure offered me the opportunity to gain experience across a range of sectors.
I quickly found my niche working as a Programme Manager within Artelia’s healthcare team, managing a multi-million pound, cross-year programme of estates rationalisation for Epsom & St Helier NHS Trust. Most recently I have become Master Programme Manager as the Trust prepares to develop a new Specialist Emergency Care Hospital (SECH).
Following Artelia’s APM accredited professional development programme, the mentoring and opportunities for learning on the job have given me the confidence to really push myself – I’m now going for APM Chartership as well as my MSP qualification.”
“Over the last year I have had the opportunity to work on three leisure centres in Slough, the refurbishment of Slough Ice-skating Arena, Sussex University student accommodation – 2000 bedrooms, three schools in Slough, Northern General Hospital in Sheffield and most recently taken on a key role as the PM for flood remediation works at a school in Northampton. Artelia has provided me with support and training every step of the way and the range of opportunities are endless if you are willing to grab them.”
“Since joining Artelia as a Project Administrator back in 2017, I have progressed my role to become an Assistant Commercial Manager in the Shell team, gaining valuable experience working on large-scale programmes like EV Charger roll-outs.
With Artelia’s financial and mentoring support I completed a Higher National Certificate in Construction Management and achieved a Merit. Building on this, as part of my personal development plan, I am now studying with London South Bank University for a Construction Management BSc (part-time). Studying remotely is certainly interesting, but hopefully it won’t be too long until I can attend the university in person and meet some of my peers who I’ve only been able to communicate with through a webcam!”
“The mentoring is excellent. I’m benefitting greatly from the time senior associates take to offer advice and explain new concepts to me. I don’t think you realise quite how much you are absorbing as you work day to day on different projects.”