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Responsibility:
3.5/5
 
Work Life Balance:
3.9/5
 
Environmental Awareness:
4.6/5
 
Compensation & Benefits:
3.6/5
 
Company Culture:
4.2/5
 
Career Progression:
3.5/5
 
Colleagues:
4.3/5
 
Training:
4/5
 
Enjoyment:
4.1/5
 
Overall Rating:
4/5
 

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Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering, Civil Engineering Department: Structures Job Title: Graduate Engineer

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Engineering Graduate Trainee

Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering, Civil Engineering Department: Structures Job Title: Graduate Engineer

Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering, Civil Engineering Job Title: Graduate Structural Engineer

Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering, Civil Engineering Department: Civil Engineering Job Title: Graduate Civil Engineer

Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering, Civil Engineering Department: Structures Job Title: Graduate Engineer

Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering, Civil Engineering Department: Geotechnical Job Title: Graduate Engineer

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Mechanical Engineering Job Title: Graduate Mechanical Engineer

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Mechanical Engineering Department: Building Services Job Title: Graduate Building Services Engineer

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Mechanical Engineering Department: Building Services Job Title: Graduate Engineer

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Engineering Graduate Trainee Department: Building Services/ Electrical Engineer Job Title: Graduate Electrical Engineer

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Design Engineer Department: Building Services Job Title: Graduate Engineer

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Mechanical Engineering Job Title: Building Services

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Electrical Engineer Department: Building Services Job Title: Graduate Engineer

Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering, Civil Engineering Department: Civil/Structural Job Title: Graduate Engineer

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Design Engineer Department: Sustainable building design Job Title: Graduate Engineer

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Design Engineer Department: Lighting Design Job Title: Graduate Lighting Designer

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Electrical Engineer Job Title: Graduate Engineer

Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering, Civil Engineering Job Title: Graduate Civil Engineer

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Electrical Engineer Department: Electrical Building Services Job Title: Graduate Engineer

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Mechanical Engineering Department: Building Services Job Title: Graduate Engineer

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Mechanical Engineering Department: Building Services Job Title: Graduate Engineer

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Engineering Graduate Trainee Department: Strucutral & Civil Job Title: Graduate Engineer

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Design Engineer Department: Civil/Structural Engineering Job Title: Civil/Structural Graduate Engineer

Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering, Civil Engineering Department: Structural Engineering Job Title: Graduate Structural Engineer

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Mechanical Engineering Department: Building Services Job Title: Graduate Engineer

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Mechanical Engineering Department: Building Services Job Title: Graduate Mechanical Engineer

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Average end time: 17:30

Average number of working hours: 8.5

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Interview Advice:

Be confident and smile.

Graduate Engineer, Structures at Cundall
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Application Advice:

Don't rush into the application, structure it well and submit it when you feel confident enough.

Interview Advice:

Be well prepared and get ready to answer a series of technical questions relevant to your studies and experience.

Cundall
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Interview Advice:

There are a few different activities in the assessment centre, so be prepared to solve problems, work in a group, write and present.

Graduate Engineer, Structures at Cundall
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Application Advice:

It is a really good time to take a step back and really think about what your goals are and what you would like to achieve from the companies you apply to. There are many great companies out there, so in the end it will be down to the small details and personal feelings. I am really happy that I found Cundall for me, it has many of the positive qualities I was looking for in a company. There will always be an opportunity for a person who is determined and passionate about what they do. When you find yours, go for it!

Interview Advice:

Just to be confident in your knowledge. The interviewer isn't trying to catch you out, they want to understand how you approach problems.

Graduate Structural Engineer, at Cundall
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Application Advice:

I would advise to go through free available practice tests online for the technical assessments before they apply.

Interview Advice:

1) Be organized (prove that you can work in a team, show any drawings you may have produced at university or from any kind of software you may have used).
2) You may be asked the same question two-three times, make sure you answer with the same thing!
3) Go through the company's website and see what they do and any projects they have worked for, any awards they've won.
4) You may not have got any work experience in the engineering sector but show them that you will do the best you can and work hard to prove that they have made the right choice.
5) Learn about ICE (Institution of Civil Engineers) or IStructe and tell them what your plans are for the future, where do you see yourself in five years from now?

Graduate Civil Engineer, Civil Engineering at Cundall
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Application Advice:

Be yourself and be prepared.

Interview Advice:

Competency and previous experience based questions.

Graduate Engineer, Structures at Cundall
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Application Advice:

Research the company, projects we've worked on and what you find interesting about them.

Graduate Mechanical Engineer, at Cundall
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Application Advice:

You already have your grades (and therefore technical knowledge) behind you. Show that you can be integrated well into the company and that you're eager to learn new skills whilst working alongside different colleagues.

Interview Advice:

Importance of communication was brought up multiple times during my interview.

Graduate Building Services Engineer, Building Services at Cundall
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Application Advice:

Research the company and become familiar with their competencies, views and goals and align them with your own. Demonstrate how you meet these, using examples from university but more importantly from other experiences i.e. part time jobs, volunteering, even hobbies and interests.

Interview Advice:

Probably what anyone who has been through the process will tell you but be yourself, do your research on the company and the industry and relax during the process.

Graduate Engineer, Building Services at Cundall
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Application Advice:

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Interview Advice:

I was asked plenty of questions regarding my academic experiences, previous experiences and other skills such as team working and report writing.
I would advice the candidates to be well-prepared before taking the interview. It is a good idea to do some research about the company and the role to apply for before the interview. During the interview, it would be beneficial to remain calm and focused on the questions and be honest with every answer. It would be more beneficial to bring along a portfolio of projects that the candidate had done and present it to the interviewer at suitable time during the interview. If the interview involves presentation, it would be a good idea to practice the presentation and prepare handouts for the audiences before going to the interview.
Sometimes it might be better to ask the interviewer questions regarding the company, job and industry.

Graduate Electrical Engineer, Building Services/ Electrical Engineer at Cundall
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Application Advice:

One of the most important things is to read up on the company and understand the specific role which you will be applying for and what your job would entail.

Interview Advice:

I attended a day-long assessment centre, which involved several tasks. There was a team exercise, a technical exercise, and an interview with competency-based questions. I also had to give a presentation that I had prepared.

Graduate Engineer, Building Services at Cundall
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Interview Advice:

It's a one day AC. Make sure you give a presentation relevant to your job role. Interviewers are really friendly, so just prepare all the examples for typical interview questions such as team working, influencing people and you should be ready. Prepare well for the technical test- it is going to be relevant to job role.

Building Services, at Cundall
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Application Advice:

Sell your software skills and soft skills (communication, organisation and other interpersonal skills) using real life examples. Let your passion for sustainability reflect in your application.

Interview Advice:

Be prepared and be yourself.

Graduate Engineer, Building Services at Cundall
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Application Advice:

Cundall want people who have personality, who care about the wider effect we can have as a company and who are proactive in their job progression.

Interview Advice:

The interviewers want to know you. Everyone at the interview has got there because they have the qualifications but Cundall are looking for people who they want to spend eight hours with in the office each day. As the Partners and Associates, who interview, are going to be involved in the work you do day to day.

Graduate Engineer, Civil/Structural at Cundall
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Application Advice:

Emphasize your technical knowledge and any work experience related to sustainable buildings.

Interview Advice:

Be honest and don't be afraid to chat as well in the interview.

Graduate Engineer, Sustainable building design at Cundall
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Application Advice:

Additional research on lighting is useful and an understanding of programs from an early point.

Interview Advice:

Be open and chatty - descriptive and enthusiastic about relevant work done before.

Graduate Lighting Designer, Lighting Design at Cundall
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Interview Advice:

Questions are aimed to test fundamentals and ability to give good consultant advice/opinion.

Graduate Engineer, at Cundall
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Application Advice:

To have a general understanding of a variety of engineering disciplines and to keep an open mind about future learning.

Interview Advice:

What do you want to do with your career?

Graduate Civil Engineer, at Cundall
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Application Advice:

Really think about your application, put time into it, don't rush.

Interview Advice:

Be calm throughout, just relax, no-ones out too trip you up.

Graduate Engineer, Electrical Building Services at Cundall
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Application Advice:

If you are studying Mechanical Engineering (not Architectural Design or Building Services Engineering) and applying for this role, spend some time in advance learning about this sector and what building services engineers do (e.g. by looking at job descriptions). Also read a book or two on HVAC (Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning) since it is not directly covered in the Mechanical Engineering Course. Demonstrate that knowledge in your application form and this will also give an advantage at interviews and assessment centres later on.

Interview Advice:

Try to remember everything you wrote in your application form, since most of the questions are related to that. Think about how you can elaborate on your answers in application form.

Graduate Engineer, Building Services at Cundall
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Application Advice:

Research developments in the industry regarding sustainable design and use of buildings.

Interview Advice:

Be confident - good communication skills are key.

Graduate Engineer, Building Services at Cundall
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Application Advice:

Be honest about your strengths and weaknesses and be yourself. If you have particular passions or areas of interest within engineering try to focus on these.

Graduate Engineer, Strucutral & Civil at Cundall
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Application Advice:

Spend some time working on your CV in order to make your qualities stand out. Remain focused and relaxed when taking the psychometric test.

Interview Advice:

My interview was quite relaxed, I didn't feel any pressure on me. Just think about what you are asked and reason and detail your answers.

Civil/Structural Graduate Engineer, Civil/Structural Engineering at Cundall
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Application Advice:

Cundall look for well rounded individuals.
Work experience is good to have on your application.

Interview Advice:

You will be invited to an assessment centre which involves completing a number of exercises.
A technical test, a presentation, an hour long competency interview with a partner from the business and a technical writing exercise to name a few.

For the interview; be yourself, be confident and know what you are talking about.

Graduate Structural Engineer, Structural Engineering at Cundall
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Application Advice:

If you have the ambition to develop personally and technically everyday, I would encourage you to apply.

Graduate Engineer, Building Services at Cundall
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Application Advice:

Be honest!

Interview Advice:

Smile, be excited to be there, always prepare some questions you want to ask.

Graduate Mechanical Engineer, Building Services at Cundall
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Application Advice:

Be willing to put in the hours to get up-to-speed on what you need to know and be open to changing how you work or what you work as (i.e. expect to be mechanical but might change to structural engineering).
Always question what you are doing and have targets/goals that you can aim towards.

Interview Advice:

What are your aims with joining this company?
What do you want to achieve (personally and with Cundall)?
Make sure you do research on what work Cundall actually does (construction based consultancy).
Be truthful in the interview but also try not to stress too much. It is about them (interviewer) getting to know what you are like as much as it is getting through the questions they have to ask.

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Best:

Location, colleagues, commitment to sustainability, high-quality work being produced

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Best:

It is a very welcoming environment. I feel that you progress better and more efficiently when you are in a supportive surrounding.

Graduate Structural Engineer, at Cundall
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Best:

That is growing in a fast pace the last three years.

Worst:

There are people that complain about their salaries.

Graduate Civil Engineer, Civil Engineering at Cundall
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Best:

Employee care and support

Worst:

N/A

Graduate Engineer, Structures at Cundall
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Best:

Dedicated to career progression and provide lots of training opportunities.

Graduate Engineer, Geotechnical at Cundall
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Best:

Good office culture, friendly people, table tennis and pinball in the office.

Worst:

Still growing

Graduate Mechanical Engineer, at Cundall
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Best:

Not a huge size so you feel like a valuable member of your team with important contributions to projects - all projects are partner led. Very environmentally friendly and 'green'. Well-being of employees seems to come very highly in company's ethics.
Very professional work is produced to an extremely high standard.

Worst:

Slightly lower pay than some competitors but this could be due to Cundall's less profit-orientated way of working.

Graduate Building Services Engineer, Building Services at Cundall
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Best:

work life balance, wellbeing of staff, pride in the work we do

Worst:

nothing comes to mind

Graduate Engineer, Building Services at Cundall
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