Job description / Role
Main Purpose of the Job:
The Graduate Consultant will work in a busy consultancy team serving a range of sectors including energy, water, transport and buildings. Work is varied, providing all types of advisory services including infrastructure finance, asset management and project management to clients across the Middle East and travel may be required.
* Delivery of projects and contracts to the requirements of the contract and to client expectations
* Support preparation of consultancy reports
* Communications with technical consultants regarding report inputs/approval prior to issue
* Support liaison with clients and attend project review meetings
* Business development including supporting preparation of proposals and tenders and tracking active proposals
* Support to project managers
Essential Candidate Specifications:
* Minimum degree qualified in a relevant engineering discipline; membership of a professional institution would be advantageous
* Minimum 1 to 2 years experience post qualification in a similar capacity is preferable
In Mott MacDonald, we have a strong policy ethical behaviour and expect the highest standards of ethical practice. These are at the core of our corporate values hence do not engage in any aspects of bribery or corrupt practice.
As such, we expect staff must always act:
* With integrity
* With due skill, care and diligence
* In good faith, and
* In compliance with all applicable laws
* Ability to relate to people of diverse cultural backgrounds
* Ability to effectively communicate at all levels including external stakeholders
* Sound knowledge of professional and international standards
* A good understanding of numerical, technical, analytical, problem solving and project management skills.
* Excellent verbal communication and presentation abilities and a high standard of report writing skills
* A range of report writing and visual and verbal presentation techniques.
* Ability to work under pressure and assimilate and convey information against challenging time constraints.