Doosan Power Systems builds, maintains
and extends the life of power plants across the world - providing clean,
efficient, flexible and integrated power solutions, using the latest
technologies and best-in-class engineering practices.
Under the Doosan Power Systems name, we bring
together two of the most respected names in the power industry: Babcock boilers
and Skoda Turbines, who together with our plant, wind and services businesses,
operate across nuclear, fossil and renewables sectors.
We are committed to investing in the training and development of
skills, knowledge and competence of our 6,000 employees to ensure consistent
performance and delivery of quality products and services.
As part of this commitment our award winning graduate training
programme and can offer you the opportunity to embark on a career in an
organisation with an outstanding reputation for delivering excellent customer
service and world leading, innovative technology solutions.
Our two-phase graduate training programme is designed to support your
development from graduate trainee to fully contributing team member.
During Phase One you will undertake a series of placements across our
business to gain experience within the different environments in which we
operate and an understanding of our overall business operations.
While in Phase Two you will continue your professional development and
become an integral part of a team, improving your expertise and knowledge
within a specific area of our business, while building on your job role and
Graduate Training &
Your individual training plan will consist of a combination of the
following key elements:
On-job training, where you will have the opportunity to contribute and
add value to live projects;
Continuous academic learning.
All engineering and science graduates attend the University of
Strathclyde, Glasgow, to study an industry specific Postgraduate Certificate in
Power Plant Engineering. Whereas
our business and commercial graduates will be advised on the most suitable
qualification for their individual career path;
Achievement of professional recognition, such as CEng status, through a
structured approach to providing evidence of your development and level of
professional competence in relation to the relevant competence framework for
your field, we can support your route to chartered status;
External courses, including the Engineering Construction Industry
Training Board's Supervisory Management Training & Development Scheme,
which leads to a professional management qualification; and
Any additional training to
support the use of software packages, equipment or enhance technical or soft
skills will be arranged as required.
We are interested in recruiting
graduates who are proactive and ambitious with a professional attitude. Working as a graduate trainee with
Doosan Power Systems you will be expected to deliver solutions and contribute
to the teams you work in; so you must be able to demonstrate integrity, self
motivation, initiative and excellent communication skills.
Typically vacancies for both engineering and business &
commercial graduate roles are advertised from October each year. Speculative interest can be registered
by visiting our website.
The minimum entrance requirement is a 2:2 honours degree
qualification in relevant disciplines, as advertised.
To apply or for further information on the disciplines we
are recruiting for please visit our website at www.doosanpowersystems/careers
Your application will be reviewed to ensure that it meets
the minimum criteria for the role and that you have successfully answered all
Successful applicants will be invited to a one-day
assessment centre and will take part in activities such as psychometric
testing, individual presentation, competency-based interview and a group
exercise. The outcome of the
assessment centre will determine which candidates will be offered a position on
our graduate training programme.