FCC Environment Company Profile
Add content for your profile :: In our post Blue Planet 2 world where international attention is focused on how we can waste less and recycle more, it could not be a better time to join one of the UK’s most progressive waste and resource management companies - FCC Environment.
We are on the front line of the resource revolution which will deliver the ambition of the 25 Year Environment Plan to leave the world a better place than it is now for our children.
We provide a range of services, from collecting business and household waste and recycling, processing the materials we collect recycling everything that we can, and generating green energy from waste that cannot be recycled. We minimise the amount of waste that ends up in landfill by transforming it into valuable resources.
Put simply: we collect waste - from businesses, local authorities and households and process it to ensure we fully realise its potential as a resource.
We want to be known as a company that looks after the needs of its customers and the environment. FCC Environment is environmentally and socially responsible; in all the services we provide and, in the communities where we work. We believe it is possible to be a thriving, successful business while reducing our impact on the natural environment.
We have been running the graduate programme for a number of years and it is continually evolving; it is highly valued by the senior executives, and as a successful candidate on the programme, we will give you all the support, training and encouragement that you will need. The Programme runs for 18 months and is wide and diverse; you would typically be placed at 2 different sites for a period of 9 months each and we look at where you would best fit our organisation and tailor the programme accordingly.
What you need:
Must be degree educated to a minimum 2:1 standard in one of the following areas of discipline:
- Waste Management
- Business Management
- 6 x Operational roles
- 3 x Green Energy roles
- The closing date is 14th December 2018