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Our paid Work Placements offer a golden opportunity to gain insight into construction and consultancy, an industry at the forefront of the economy and with hundreds of potential career routes.
You’ll work alongside a team of our experienced professionals, gaining valuable skills and experience to complement your studies. You’ll also develop your knowledge and understanding of your chosen area. To find out more about Pell Frischmann’s iconic projects, as well as the multiple sectors and specialisms we operate in, you can read about our work here.
It could even be the beginning of a much longer journey with Pell Frischmann – many of our interns and placement students join us permanently after completing their studies.
Our paid summer placements are typically six to 12 weeks in duration, running between May and September.
During your placement you’ll contribute to one of our current projects, giving you the opportunity to get under the skin of something real and tangible to our business.
Industrial Work Placements
We offer industrial work placements to undergraduates who are completing a placement year as part of a sandwich degree course. Our industrial placements are typically between six and 12 months in duration.
You’ll develop your technical capability and gain project experience, with plenty of opportunity to put the skills you have learned at university into practice. You’ll get a flavour of what it’s like to work in a graduate level role. In addition to this, you’ll receive a competitive salary and comprehensive benefits package.
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To find out what opportunities are currently available, please see our live job vacancies here.
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