Our Infrastructure business – which covers road, rail, energy and airports – is highly committed to attracting, developing and retaining the graduates of today to ensure both your, and our, future successes. We have an industry renowned Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) approved Training Scheme, which, even through the recession, we have not just maintained but also expanded as we recognise, in an ever-changing and increasingly fast paced industry, the importance of the next generation.
We have strong links with academic institutions across our operating region including (but not limited to):
- Imperial College London
- University of Birmingham
- University of Southamption
- University of Surrey
- University of Portsmouth
- Plymouth University
What the scheme involves
You will be provided with a structured training programme which will ensure you have exposure to different areas of the Infrastructure Business to enable you to quickly gain all the skills you need as a Professional Engineer. Many people ask “How long is the training programme?” – for us there isn’t a definitive answer; it’s not a race, and it varies for each person. But what we can promise is you will be given every opportunity possible and all the support you need to pass your Professional Review as soon as you are ready.
We currently have 14 Graduates working toward professional membership with the Institution of Civil Engineers, and a further 9 sponsored and Industry Placement year undergraduates. These are supported by a team of 9 professional Civil Engineers. Each Graduate registered onto the Training Scheme will be allocated a professionally qualified Delegated Engineer, whilst undergraduates are allocated an experienced Graduate, so as to give our Graduates an early opportunity to learn about coaching and mentoring people ready to become Delegated Engineers themselves upon passing their own Professional Reviews.
If you are interested in joining our Infrastructure training programme, please email your CV and a covering letter to Malcolm Attrill at: email@example.com
Meet the team
Malcolm Attrill – BSc MSc CEng MICE – Engineering Manager – Supervising Civil Engineer (SCE)
Malcolm joined Osborne himself as a Graduate over 30 years ago and has progressed to an Engineering Manager. He is currently the lead for our ICE Training Scheme. He annually serves as a Professional Reviewer for the ICE, so brings a huge wealth of first-hand experience to support our Graduates preparing for Professional Review. Malcolm has kept his knowledge of the UK education system up to date by recently completing an MSc in Geotechnical Engineering.
Best /Proudest moment of Osborne career: “My best moments have been whilst working on technical engineering challenges such as Leigh Road Bridge in Slough. My proudest have been when our young engineers pass their professional Reviews.”
Gavin Tidey – MEng CEng MICE – Pre Delivery Manager – Supervising Civil Engineer (SCE)
A 2005 graduate of Surrey University, Gavin completed the Osborne Training Scheme including a secondment to Mott MacDonald, becoming Chartered in 2008. He now holds a senior role within our Framework team leading on Osborne’s BIM strategy and assisting Malcolm with running the Graduate Training Scheme.
Best/proudest moment of Osborne career: “I always enjoyed the ‘hard’ engineering Osborne offered me, but in recent years I take the most enjoyment from seeing and facilitating the development of young Engineers.”
James Buckley – MEng CEng MICE – Development Manager – Delegated Engineer (DE)
A 2009 graduate of Southampton University and product of the SUCCESS scheme, having completed the training scheme including a secondment to Ramboll he recently passed his Professional review in 2013. Now, as a Delegated Engineer James is one of our best placed people to explain first-hand how you will feel leading up to your Professional Review.
Best/proudest moment of Osborne career: “Being a team member of the Adur Ferry Bridge, Shoreham by Sea, in particular seeing the thousands of people who came to see it opened and then using it as my project for achieving Chartered.”