Lead the change for London.
“The Quantity Surveying Graduate Scheme allowed me to work on a variety of projects, some of which are the highest profile projects in London such as the Northern Line Extension. The diverse nature of the projects ensured that I gained wide ranging experience which aligned with TfL objectives and my own personal goal to become a chartered Quantity Surveyor.”- Toby, Quantity Surveying
How long: 3 years
What you’ll need:
A minimum of a 2:2 honours degree in any discipline
We’re looking for people who:
- Lead the way
- Relish a challenge
- Have an inquisitive mind
What will I be doing?
As a graduate, your two year development programme will be made of up to six placement rotations. You’ll gain experience across a range of different projects.
You could be leading and managing a team of up to 50 staff at King’s Cross station, working in the office of the Managing Director of Surface Transport and working on Elizabeth line where you will be writing operational readiness plans for the launch, developing a training programme for staff and implementing a comms and engagement plan.
Where can this career take me?
Graduates who complete this scheme progress to a variety of roles. Examples of immediate progression have been: Customer Service Manager, Trains Operations Manager, Project Sponsor, Change Delivery Manager.
In the longer-term, graduates who complete this scheme have progressed to senior leadership roles. For example: Head of Change Design and Delivery, Head of Network Command, Area Manager of Charing Cross Station.
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