-- Choose your pathway --
As a Graduate Trainee Engineer, you’ll rotate within functions related to your chosen pathway and individual skillset, gaining experience of applied research in a fast-paced environment, and developing your technical knowledge and skills.
Develop business skills to compliment technical knowledge
Whichever pathway you choose, you’ll be able to supplement your technical knowledge with key skills including:
- Commercial and business awareness – understand the commercial context of research achievements and develop your financial awareness
- Project Management – work on project delivery alongside an experienced Project Manager, and study for a Project Management qualification
- Soft skills for the workplace, such as time management, IT competency, and emotional intelligence
- Scientific writing, communication and PR
Pay and reward
- A competitive graduate starting salary of £26,715
- 26 days paid annual leave, plus four customary days over Christmas, and eight statutory Bank Holidays
- A tailored Personal Development Plan
- A Warwick Learning Account providing access to courses including sports, languages and more
Where could this lead?
All of our 2018 Graduate Engineers have successfully secured Project Engineer roles within WMG at the end of their two year programme, this success is a testament to the quality of our Graduate scheme.
Potential opportunities on completing the programme include:
- A Project Engineer or Project Manager role at WMG (subject to vacancy availability and your performance on the programme)
- Further study – e.g. Master's or PhD/EngD
- A career in industry - e.g. in commercial research or in project management
If you would like to discuss the scheme in more detail or have any questions, please contact Louise Oddy. Louise heads up the Graduate programme and would be happy to answer any questions you may have.