Crossrail graduate jobs look set to massively increase in the very near future as Crossrail rolls out the new Skills and Employment Strategy partnership with Job Centre Plus and other employment agencies.
As part of its recruitment drive to fill the thousands of anticipated job vacancies that will be arising over the course of the project, Crossrail has indicated that it is firmly committed to providing job opportunities for young people in the London area. The company already has a programme in place designed to encourage students to be the next generation of construction workers, tunnellers, engineers, and designers.
Graduates in the field of construction, engineering, and design, can look forward to a wealth of Crossrail graduate jobs appearing throughout the Crossrail railway project. Crossrail is keen to promote careers in engineering and construction for graduates and with around 14,000 new positions arising over the next few years, there will be plenty of openings for graduates available.
Crossrail has already begin to forge relationships with some of the major universities and learning institutions in the United Kingdom, including Imperial and University College London, Cambridge, York, Loughborough, Warwick, Southampton, and Birmingham. By recruiting graduates who are still at university, Crossrail hopes to nurture the future talent destined to take the Crossrail railway project forward in the years to come.
There will be plenty of career support in place for graduate recruits, including the facilitation of team development and working initiatives, mentoring, personal development planning, and lots of leadership events. There is also a huge resource centre complete with libraries and other resources to aid skills development.
For graduates wishing to begin an exciting career in engineering and construction, Crossrail can offer unrivalled career opportunities. As the railway project is bought to fruition over the next two decades, Crossrail graduate jobs are likely to be plentiful.