Over the next two months, EECO2 will be attending several Graduate Fairs. The team is excited to meet and speak with engineering graduates, who are considering a career in engineering, energy efficiency and the built environment.
If you are planning to attend the following Graduate Fairs, come and say ‘hi’ to the EECO2 team:
There are many benefits to hiring graduates. Their ideas and skills can make a huge difference to a company. They can inject new innovative ideas and apply current thinking and up-to-date specialist and technical skills that they have gained from their recent studies.
Students at UK universities can come from all over the world, all with very different backgrounds – both culturally and academically. Although they are likely to become part of the existing culture in their new working environment, they will further increase the diversity of the team.
Because graduates will have developed a habit for learning, they will seek to continuously learn in their new working environment. This is great news for companies such as EECO2 who put emphasis on continuous improvement. As trainees are likely to be inquisitive, they will be used to questioning how and why things work the way they do, which allows the existing team to look at their own systems and processes and work to improve them.
The EECO2 team will be on the lookout for graduates with developed core transferable skills, such as communication, problem-solving, presentation, organisation, data analysis and attention to detail.
Engineers at EECO2 work on real-world energy efficiency projects, involving HVAC and utilities, reducing energy consumption and carbon emissions – helping our clients achieve millions in cost savings. Trainees gain hands-on experience of project work, working with an experienced team. With the chance to travel worldwide, EECO2 offers a great opportunity for newly qualified engineers.
At EECO2 trainees can progress their career within a supportive team in a flexible working environment. Continuous training and support are provided, allowing them to learn and grow on their path to becoming a chartered engineer.