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Morrison opens engineer graduate scheme

Published: Friday, 28 January 2011   Category: Science, Engineering and IT

A leading utility network maintenance contractor has opened its graduate scheme for people leaving engineering university courses.

Earlier this month, Morrison Utility Services opened the application process for the graduate Emergency Works Project Engineer positions.

The utilities company released a statement launching the graduate scheme looking to fill jobs in the industry.

It reads: "Have you graduated in Electrical or Electronic Engineering? Are you comfortable working form time to time in confined spaces and at heights?"

The advertisement goes on to say that Morrison Utility Services only want to employ highly motivated individuals who are looking for new challenges.

Morrison Utility Services focuses on the replacement and maintenance of utility infrastructure such as water and gas pipes, electric and telecommunication cables, electricity and gas meters, mobile phone masts, telephone kiosks and electric substations.

Based in the United Kingdom, the first iteration of the company was formed in 1884 and was called Biggs Wall. Morrison Construction was founded in Tain, in Scotland, in 1948.

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