As a leading Tier One, Integrated Energy Services company, Kent is currently on an exciting global journey of evolution and growth. Although we’re a brand-new company, we’re the result of several of the biggest names in the industry, including Kentech and SNC-Lavalin/Atkins oil, gas and energy division, joining together, so we’ve got decades of experience and expertise behind us.
As we continue to build our reputation across renewables, oil & gas, and low carbon markets as Kent, our teams are looking for the next generation of talented innovators to help our clients get the right energy where it’s needed most.
At Kent, we’re out to recruit the best. And then make them even better. Our three-year Graduate Programme is designed to give you the hands-on experience, knowledge and skills you’ll need to start your career. You’ll learn from the best in the energy industry as you work your way towards professional accreditation alongside other graduates and young professionals around the Kent world.
We’re a company that drives innovation, so we’re committed to the next generation of original thinkers, wherever you are in the world. You’ll work on major projects with excellent mentoring and learning support. Great team spirit and collaboration defines our culture, and guided by our transformative leadership, we’re always improving our workplace for all.
We’re a team of 13,000 Kent people in all parts of the world, so you’ll get to work on a whole range of game-changing and challenging engineering projects. You’ll be joining a friendly community of professionals at all levels of the career ladder, so there’s plenty of support as you take your first step on it.
If we’ve kept your interest this far, please keep scrolling to hear first-hand from other graduates and discover more about opportunities with our new and exciting company.
Our people are not only important to our success at Kent, they are our success. And we’re building our business with Inclusion and Belonging at the core. We want to get this right for everyone within our walls and within our community.
How uninspiring would it be if we employed people who all fitted into a cookie-cutter profile? So, from the leadership team down, we strive for a diverse and inclusive work environment where co-workers feel valued and recognised for their uniqueness and where inclusiveness is a reflex, not an initiative. Our aim is for Kent to be a place where people can thrive just being themselves. Where there is a common sense of belonging that transcends any role, business unit, language or country. We know through experience that different ideas, perspectives and backgrounds create a stronger and more creative work environment that delivers better results.