LondonEnergy operates the second largest waste contract in the UK, handling and processing nearly 750,000 tonnes of London’s waste every year. We have a dedicated team of people working across North London making a difference to the environment and the local community from the work we do. By processing household waste at our facility we produce enough waste from energy to power 80,000 homes every year, and recycle 70% of items through our Reuse and Recycling Centres.
Our Commitment to You
Our unique graduate training programme will help you to grow professionally and develop the skills you need in your future career with us and within the energy sector or further afield. You will also get the chance to make a positive contribution to our business, helping us to deliver excellent waste and recycling solutions, and have exposure to exciting projects.
From day one, all graduates will be assigned a mentor to help them cultivate a successful and rewarding future at LondonEnergy. Also, with the support of your manager, you will have great exposure to different opportunities and help us to continue to achieve our goals.
We offer a fixed 3-year contract with a competitive salary and excellent benefits.
Graduates will be based at LondonEnergy Head Office – EcoPark, Advent Way, London, N18 3AG
The Graduate Path
Submit your application before 19th April 2019 if you would like to join the 2019 programme as a Graduate Trainee- HSQE or Graduate Trainee – Engineer.
Start of the programme will be September 2019. In the meantime, all successful candidates will receive all Company updates and be invited to our upcoming events to already feel part of the family.
If you think, you want to start earlier with us … please let us know.
Meet Our Former Graduates
Now Shift Manager
Ben joined us in 2017 as a Trainee Graduate – Engineer
“I am currently learning the layout and systems involved within the plant, which may include tracing pipework or shadowing operatives. I have also been involved in several projects: a review of the gas cleaning reagents as well as reagent disposal and even a coffee cup recycling initiative. My most memorable moment so far was climbing inside one of the gigantic boilers – we started in the furnace and climbed through the radiant shift into the boiler bank. I love the fact that it’s a ‘hands-on’ kind of plant which means that if you enjoy the mechanical side of engineering, there is plenty of machinery to work on.”
Now Deputy Capital Projects Manager
Tola joined us in 2017 as a Graduate Trainee – Engineer
“As a person who excels in a dynamic environment, I am happy that no two days are the same. I am currently rotating across the Operations Team which involves shadowing various members of the team to attain an extensive understanding of the power plant and how it is run efficiently. I particularly enjoyed the lime project where I was involved in the optimisation of the plant operation through formulating a technical methodology and conducting data analysis to gauging the efficacy of different lime types within the plant’s lime stream.”
Graduate Trainee Engineer
Kenneth joined us in 2017 as a Trainee Graduate – Engineer
“I had no idea how much engineering and chemical engineering was involved in the Waste & Recycling business and can see the industry becoming increasingly ‘on the radar’ for graduates with a scientific background.”