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Our unique graduate training programme helps you grow professionally and develop the skills you need in your future career with us and within the wider energy sector.
Waste management is a challenging but rewarding area of work to get into. By joining our team, you will be playing your part in planning and managing schemes to reduce the environmental impact of waste.
Over the three-year programme, you’ll work for one of the largest waste management companies in the UK to gain all the skills and knowledge you need to forge a rewarding career.
You will be involved in projects and work at our energy plant. Each assignment will give you greater insight into our business, learn how the plant works, and receive ongoing training.
With the support of your manager, you will gain exposure to different opportunities and help us continue to achieve our goals. We offer a fixed three-year contract with a competitive salary and excellent benefits.
Graduates are based at LondonEnergy Head Office – EcoPark, Advent Way, London, N18 3AG
Whether your interest lies in environmental, recycling, or green energy, join us to help make a difference to future generations.
Polly joined us in 2019 as a Graduate Trainee. She is now a Health and Safety Advisor, in charge of our Safety induction processes.
Working with the HSQE team allows me to learn about the waste and energy industry and meet different people across the company. I enjoy working on data analysis and projects that focus on workplace fatigue.
Polly, Health and Safety Advisor
Oliq joined us in 2017 as a Trainee Graduate Engineer. Since then, he has progressed and is now an Assistant Shift Manager.
LondonEnergy is an exciting place to work and has allowed me to learn new skills and gain knowledge in an energy plant. I started in 2017 and was promoted to a Plant Technician and then to a Trainee Safety Systems Engineer in 2020. I love working on projects and work for a company that makes a real difference to the environment.
Oliq, Assistant Shift Manager