There is around a week left for people to apply to Transport for Wales and their Graduate Scheme.
Applications close on the 1st of February, and Transport for Wales are looking for five ambitious graduates to join the two-year scheme.
There are roles in Engineering, Risk Analysis and Transport Planning, and applicants will have the opportunity to work on projects such as the South Wales Metro.
The successful applicants will follow a programme of vocational work, educational learning and the opportunity to study for professional qualifications.
Anyone who will have graduated by September 2021 can apply, you can find out more and apply to TfW’s Graduate Scheme at http://tfwearlycareers.wales/
James Price, Transport for Wales Chief Executive, said: “I’m delighted we’ve launched our first ever graduate scheme and I encourage anyone who’ll have graduated by September 2021 to consider applying.”
“TfW is a young, growing organisation with bold plans to transform transport in Wales, so this is a unique and exciting time to join the TfW team. While our graduates are learning new skills and gaining some great experience, they’ll also see the impact of their work in their communities.”
“I’m pleased we’ve been able to launch our scheme at a time when many apprenticeships and graduate programmes are being cut back. We haven’t set minimum entry requirements, like many other graduate schemes, to encourage a diverse group of graduates to apply.”
Lisa Yates, Director of People and Organisational Development at TfW, added: “Our vision is to become an employer of choice and launching our graduate scheme is an exciting milestone for us.”
“Our graduates will be able to get their careers off to a great start. We have an exciting range of roles on offer as well as a robust, two-year placement, with opportunities to work across different parts of TfW and with our partners and stakeholders.”
“We’re working with an industry-leading partner, &Partnership, to deliver our graduate scheme and we’ll also provide successful applicants with financial support and study leave to achieve professionally recognised accreditations. We’re also providing students with skills development sessions to get them ready to apply for the scheme.”
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