Do you have what it takes to transform society?

We are currently looking for a talented and motivated Graduate Life Cycle Analyst to join our team in Maidenhead.

At Sweco, we understand the challenge that climate change presents and we recognise our responsibility as designers and engineers to reduce carbon emissions on projects. Our innovative yet straightforward approach to managing carbon and cost has led us to be recognised as international experts and leaders in the civil engineering industry.

We work with clients who are pushing the boundaries with their sustainable developments and who trust and invest in our services to deliver on a wide range of building projects. This is a fantastic opportunity for someone with an interest in carbon who wants to help our clients reduce carbon as efficiently as possible and plan for a net-zero carbon future. 

What does the role involve? 

As a graduate at Sweco you will have the opportunity to work with interesting people and clients at different locations, in different industry sectors. You will have the opportunity to broaden your expertise and work collaboratively in exciting, transformational projects. Not only with clients but also with our partners.

To be successful in this role you’ll possess:

  • A degree in Sustainability, Climate Science, Architecture, Structural Engineering or other relevant discipline.
  • Good Microsoft Office skills including the ability to process and analyse data using Excel.
  • Experience of using Revit is highly desirable.
  • Knowledge of Embodied Carbon Analysis (LCA).
  • The desire to learn, progress and challenge yourself.
  • The ability to communicate in a fluent and positive manner with Clients and other team members and to produce written documents in clear English.
  • A client focussed attitude with ability to represent Sweco in discussions with, and in giving presentations to Clients, design and contracting teams.
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