Absolutely. We’re an equal opportunities and clear two ticks accredited employer.
Our recruitment process has been designed to ensure that all candidates are treated fairly and reasonable adjustments can be made at each stage of the process.
If you require any assistance during the online application stage, please contact us and we'll be more than happy to discuss your needs.
When you first apply, you will be asked to answer a number of questions, upload your current CV and complete a questionnaire (where you’ll be asked to judge various situations).
If you are successful at this stage, you will be invited to undertake a series of mini-games that measure various skills.
Again if you are successful, you will be invited to submit a video interview.
For all the details on how to apply and what to expect, click here.
Unfortunately, we don't allow deferred entries on the graduate scheme. If you are successful in the recruitment process, we expect you to start your placement in September 2018.
If you wish to start in the following September, please check our website again during the following year.
We want you to apply just for the role you think is most suitable for you. It is not possible to apply for more than one role within one year, but you can apply again the following year – either for the same or a different role.
Our dedicated talent boards and scheme leads will source the very best opportunities for you. You’ll have on-the-job training, structured performance management, and formal training activities. We call it a ‘blended learning’ approach.
Your time here will be balanced and structured with area specific development supported by the business and with a focus on developing your unique leadership competencies.
Your skills will be honed throughout your placements and you will get plenty of broad business experience. A structured support network will help you every step of the way.
Your line manager will help you on a daily basis to make sure that you have what you need to perform in your role, and will undertake regular performance reviews with you.
Your scheme lead, mentor and buddies will provide ongoing support and will provide advice on rotational placements. Your scheme lead will also help guide you through the scheme and help you to find your first substantive role.
You’ll develop self-awareness and be encouraged to drive your own development.
We believe professional qualifications are vital, so you'll have the chance to study for professional qualifications relevant to your scheme.
It all depends on your scheme.
You'll get experience in a number of different teams that may be based anywhere in the UK. The majority of the placements for non-engineering roles are based in the Midlands area (Nottingham or Coventry), while our engineering graduates are based across the country.
Most of our schemes also have an international placement, so for the duration of the scheme and beyond, you're expected to be internationally mobile.
If you complete an international placement, our internal mobility team will support you. They'll put you in touch with reputable housing agents that we’ve used before. We can also help with your transition when moving abroad – things like language lessons, advice on tax implications and setting up bank accounts. We'll let you know which other of our graduates are working in that region, so you can meet up while you're out there.
The closing date for graduate roles is 31 December, 2017.
The closing date for undergraduate roles is 31 January, 2018.
We strongly advise you to apply well in advance of these dates to avoid disappointment. Our schemes attract great interest and we begin assessing candidates in our assessment centres before the closing date. This means we may have to close a scheme early if all the places are filled.
Our graduate scheme starts every year in early September. Before you begin your first placement you'll get the opportunity to attend a one-week induction based in the Midlands with the whole graduate intake. This is a great opportunity to get to know everybody, and find out more about the support and development you'll get on the scheme.
You’ll have lots of support. As well as your placement manager, a buddy will be assigned to you who is one of our current graduates, you’ll have a mentor who is a senior leader and you’ll already know the scheme leader from your welcome days prior to joining.
The Graduate Talent Boards have overall responsibility for the deployment of graduates. The roles will be dependent on three main criteria; business need, personal aspirations and developmental need.
We’ll ensure the opportunities presented to you will enable you to get the experience needed to leave the graduate scheme as a professional in your specialist area.
Flexibility is essential if you want to maximise your opportunities on our graduate scheme.
Our vision is to become our customers’ trusted energy partner, by helping them use their energy more efficiently and achieving market-leading customer satisfaction. It’s also about delivering a much more efficient, effective and agile business and in turn growing sustainable earnings, with increasing share of profit from our non-residential businesses. In order to achieve all of this, we need talented individuals who have the drive and passion to make a difference. People like you.
We see graduates and undergraduates as our future leaders. By recruiting them, we are building a pipeline of future talent. These will be the people who lead E.ON in the future, both at home and across the globe.
Graduates: Unfortunately, we are unable to offer sponsorship for our graduate scheme. If you are applying, you must be able to demonstrate your right to live and work in the UK on a full time basis.
Year in Industry/Summer placement: If you are studying at a university with a Tier 4 licence, you are welcome to apply for one of our 48-week Year in Industry placements, or one of our 10-week summer placements.
The UK Border Agency can offer further advice about working in the UK as a non-EEA national.