We offer a wide range of different programmes, so you need to be sure which is best aligned with your own talents and interests.
You don’t get a second chance to make a first impression. So put plenty of time and effort into your written application and make sure it stands out from the crowd.
Make sure you answer every question and complete every section in full. Any gaps you leave may jeopardise your chances of success.
Don’t try to impress us with your amazing vocabulary. Keep it simple, stick to plain English and let your achievements speak for themselves.
Once you’ve completed your application, proofread it carefully before you send it to us. And don’t rely on spellcheckers to pick out any typos. They’ll always let one or two slip through the net.
Do your homework. Research Babcock and its values. We won’t expect you to know everything about us, but you should have a broad understanding of our work and what we stand for.
Come prepared with examples of your achievements. It will give you confidence, which will shine through in your interview and boost your chances of success.
Give full details of your degree modules, work experience and final year projects – recruiting managers want to see exactly what you’ve done and how it aligns with their needs.
Ask questions. As well being a great way to demonstrate your interest in the role, it’s a chance to find out more about us and confirm whether or not we’re right for you.