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HS2 begin recruitment process for 2022 graduate scheme

HS2 provide opportunities every year for graduates to start a career in the rail industry on Britain’s new low carbon high-speed railway.

The upcoming year will be no different with HS2 set to offer 16 places to graduates on its two-year programme.

Construction work on HS2 is continuing at pace as plans to serve towns and cities in the North are given the green light.

As these projects develop HS2 will be recruiting for more new roles that align with the future plans.

The vacancies available to 2022’s intake of graduates include:

  • Engineering roles supporting HS2’s vast construction programme.
  • Project management and IT focused roles.
  • Roles within HS2’s commercial and procurement teams, managing contracts and suppliers withing HS2’s supply chain.
  • Opportunities to join the Hybrid Bill team, which works with the Department for Transport to obtain the necessary legal powers from Parliament to construct future phases of the railway.

HS2 are keen to recognise the vital role graduates can play in their plans.

Karen Davis, HS2’s Talent Manager said: “This is a fantastic opportunity for 16 talented graduates to begin their career.

“Learning from the very best in the industry while working on a truly historic and innovative project.

“We create new opportunities every year for those starting out on the career ladder.

“We recognise that investing in future talent is vital to the successful delivery of HS2 and major infrastructure projects of the future.”

Interest in HS2’s graduate scheme has grown over the last two years and students are encouraged to submit applications as soon as possible.

The closing date for applications is 17th January 2022.

More information about the vacancies and how to apply can be found at https://www.hs2.org.uk/jobs-and-skills/future-talent/.

 

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