In order to sustain and develop our business, an investment in the future is crucial. We maintain long-standing relationships with academic institutions and schools in order to attract the best future engineers and support team.
A career in Civil Engineering is an exciting and dynamic one. Not many industries make such a tangible difference to our civilisation, and we need to ensure that we have the best talent to meet the ever-increasing demands of our society and the ever-changing face of our infrastructure needs.
We accept that bright minds choose different paths to prosperity and success. We maintain long-standing relationships with academic institutions and schools in order to attract the best future engineers’, whatever route through education they choose.
We advocate the provision of first-class training and comprehensive development programmes and so have two ways that you can kick-start your career with Tony Gee:
Our Apprenticeship Scheme
We have apprenticeship positions available across the business for creative, methodical school leavers who want to start a career in Civil Engineering Design. As well as a full-time design role within Tony Gee, you’ll start studying for a Level 3 Diploma in Civil Engineering at college for one day per week.
You can expect to be using your computer design skills on diverse projects and, as you become more proficient, you’ll find yourself steadily working your way up a career ladder with professional qualifications as a Civil Engineer.
To qualify for an apprenticeship with us, we’re looking for a keen interest in civil engineering design as well as good GSCE grades in maths and physics.
Student Sponsorship Programme
Tony Gee currently sponsors over 40 students, primarily on MEng Civil Engineering degree courses – either full-time or with an industrial placement year. Students work for between eight to ten weeks each summer vacation, getting paid and accruing limited holiday entitlement along the way.
We endeavour to provide a rewarding yet challenging atmosphere so that skills learnt at university can be readily applied to real life situations. Everyone studying with us gets involved in actual projects, and work undertaken is always relevant to your studies.
Another feature of any student’s time with us is our annual ‘student week’ where all of the scholars from around the UK attend a variety of engineering projects and research facilities to see engineering up close. Click here for the latest edition of Foundations magazine – an annual publication created by our students.
Aside from our student intake, we also support local schools by offering week-long work experience placements as well as providing Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths.
To qualify for an apprenticeship with us, we’re looking for a keen interest in civil engineering design as well as good GSCE grades in maths and physics. If you possess at least a GCSE grade B in those subjects, we can set you up for the higher level of learning required.
Tony Gee has been very active in the development of apprentices within Civil Engineering Design and are proud to participate in the Technician Apprentice Consortium.
To register your interest and apply for our apprenticeships and student opportunities, please fill out the form below, not forgetting to attach your CV (Ref. TGStudents).
To register your interest and apply for our graduate scheme, please fill out the form below.