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Ener-G wants graduates for executive jobs
Friday, 24 July 2009
Science, IT and Engineering
A new recruitment scheme from renewable power firm Ener-G has been launched, which aims to set them on the road to an executive position in the company.
Based in Salford, the firm says that the emerging green sector means that the industry has to act now to train up the nation's graduates so they can become highly-skilled engineers in the future.
Those who successfully land a graduate job at the energy company will receive two years' development 'off-the-job' in areas such as health and safety, finance, contractual awareness and leadership.
Derek Duffill, group managing director for Ener-G, said: "The aim is to bring in graduates whose background and skills will enable them to introduce new ideas to the group and also to provide candidates for senior managerial and technical positions in the future."
Chris Cater, co-founder of the Graduate Recruitment Bureau, recently said that employers in the engineering sector are one of the few graduate job providers which are still looking for those with degrees to take up roles within their company.