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Graduate Programme Requirements - Retail and Generation

Our Retail business supplies gas and electricity to over 5M households and businesses across the UK. Our Generation business ensures we have enough power to continue delivering the energy needed.

We are recruiting for a number of different disciplines within our Retail and Generation business in following areas:

Digital - Retail

Digital - Retail

If you are a creative thinker with great digital design skills you will be well placed to work as a part of the ScottishPower Digital Design team. As part of the UK Digital Department within Energy Retail you will play a significant part in the transition of the Retail business into a Digital world. As part of our Agile methodology and approach, this role will combine customer centric thinking to create concepts and aid in the illustration of new propositions and journey optimisations through sketches, mock-ups, wireframes and rapid prototyping. Supporting Scrum teams and business stakeholders alike through offering recommendations and UX/UI guidance from product ideation through to Design and Deployment as well as enhancing existing digital customer journeys and touch points.

You will also work closely with business stakeholders and Digital Development team to identify opportunities and changes to improve the online customer experience that will further support the growth of the Energy Retail business plan.

Working as part of a pool of resources across the Digital department, the post holder may be required to work on a stand-alone basis, or as part of small scrum teams of resources who will be responsible for carrying out a “detailed analysis and design” on the chosen target solution for a Digital platform.

This role requires individuals with a relevant Design or media degree with a portfolio showcasing examples of UI work, and UX examples and methodologies.

Engineering - Thermal Environmental, Generation

Engineering - Thermal Environmental, Generation

The Environmental Graduate position will be based within Thermal UK.  As such the programme will require you to undertake work across our portfolio of sites namely the four CCGTs at Blackburn, Damhead, Rye House and Shoreham and the Hatfield gas storage facility in the South of England.

In addition you would be required to support the non-operational site team based out of the Longannet facility in Fife.

Throughout the two year programme you would be working with all aspects of the Thermal portfolio with particular focus on the environmental requirements of each site with a view to expanding your professional capabilities and knowledge in order to achieve IEMA Operational (practitioner) membership.

It is anticipated that further development will lead to the achievement of IEMA Managerial (Full) membership which is the equivalent of chartered status.

This role requires individuals with a relevant Environmental Science / Environmental Management Degree.