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Responsibility:
3.2/5
 
Work Life Balance:
3.5/5
 
Environmental Awareness:
3.7/5
 
Compensation & Benefits:
3.2/5
 
Company Culture:
3.4/5
 
Career Progression:
3.2/5
 
Colleagues:
3.7/5
 
Training:
3.4/5
 
Enjoyment:
3.4/5
 
Overall Rating:
3.2/5
 

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Application Advice:

Be simple, honest and energetic.

Interview Advice:

Meaning of PACE.

Graduate Civil Engineer, Highways at Amey
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Be proactive and honest in the interviews.

Interview Advice:

Honesty is the best policy.

Management Graduate, Derby at Amey
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Application Advice:

Ensure your CV matches the role what you are applying for.

Interview Advice:

Relax and enjoy - It's an opportunity to show what you know.

Graduate Engineer, HIghways at Amey
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Application Advice:

Be yourself and prepare well for the interview. Be confident and be open with the interviewer about yourself and what your hopes are for your career and smile!

Interview Advice:

What is your 5 year plan?
What are Amey's challenges?
What demotivates you?
What do you do for fun/makes you happy?
How do you deal with stress/time management?

HSEQ, HSEQ at Amey
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Application Advice:

Focus on what you have learnt from experiences - make sure you are self aware.

Interview Advice:

'Tell me a joke'.

Management Graduate, Facilities Management at Amey
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Application Advice:

Be honest, apply all your experience from jobs and volunteering etc. to give examples of why you would a) fit into the company and add value b) why you'd be suitable for the role you're applying for.

Management Graduate, Local Government at Amey
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Application Advice:

Be open minded and enthusiastic.
Research Amey.

Interview Advice:

Understand what Amey is about and how you can fit.
What areas are your weaknesses in?

Management Graduate, Bidding at Amey
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Application Advice:

Good role to start your career and gain experience with perspective of rotating department or change company after a while, not remaining for so long in your comfort zone.

Interview Advice:

Prepare and review technical knowledge in accordance with the area of expertise you are applying for.

Graduate Civil Engineer, Rail design at Amey
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Application Advice:

Learn the Amey values and match them to your experiences. Learn how to answer competency based questions.

Interview Advice:

Use the STAR technique when answering questions. Try to use personal, academic and professional examples.

Project Manager, Project Management at Amey
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Application Advice:

First appearance, so look smart.

Highways Graduate, Highways at Amey
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Interview Advice:

Interviews are about selling yourself and not what you can regurgitate from a website or a text book.

Graduate Engineer, Birmingham at Amey
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Application Advice:

Be interesting/different, outgoing and show a desire to learn and succeed. Be confident and happy to get your opinion across.

Interview Advice:

You are in the interview try to bring something interesting or unique that not everybody does. Something that shows both your drive but isn't your run of the mill experience.

Procedure Manager, at Amey
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Application Advice:

Prior summer placements are beneficial however not absolutely necessary.

Interview Advice:

Be aware of your key transparent competencies.

Graduate Engineer, Structures at Amey
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Application Advice:

Do whatever you want to do, have a passion, if you are not happy in one role find another in the same company or another. Ask the appropiate questions in the interview.

Interview Advice:

Will I receive any support in the ICE?
What kind of training will I receive?
Will I rotate department or role?

Graduate Engineer, Utility Services at Amey
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Take time to research the company and know what you want.

Graduate civil engineer, Highways maintenance at Amey
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Be yourself. At Amey people value personality and your opinions. Don't be scared to ask what seems like a silly question because sometimes the simple questions need asking and get overlooked.

Interview Advice:

Be true to yourself when answering questions. Do not think what you feel might be the right 'management' answer. Answer truthfully and don't overthink what you think might be what they want to hear. Sometimes just being yourself and putting yourself out there will be enough.

Principle Operations Manager, FM at Amey
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Application Advice:

Be clear about what you want to achieve, not just what you want to offer.

Interview Advice:

Be honest about your experience, where you want your career to go and how that will help the company.

Graduate Engineer, Civil Engineering at Amey
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Application Advice:

Be confident and don't be afraid to ask for specific work.

Interview Advice:

Familiarise yourself with Bending Moment Diagrams.

Graduate Engineer, Structures at Amey
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Interview Advice:

Be yourself.

Graduate Civil Engineer, ITS at Amey
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Application Advice:

Be very confident but be yourself. Prepare yourself time and time again and ensure you know the company to your best extent.

Remain focused but also be flexible and adaptable to the changing needs of the business and your particular role.

Interview Advice:

Why Amey?

Business Growth Co-Ordinator, Local Government at Amey
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Application Advice:

To show your enthusiasm to take on challenges. It is important to be willing to take on work or opportunities that may feel out of reach. It will be the best place to learn and develop.

Interview Advice:

The scheme is not only about academic success but how you interact with people. Make sure you show your personality and you can get on well with a diverse range of people.

Management Graduate, at Amey
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Application Advice:

Be yourself, gain some relevant work experience and research the company thoroughly.

Interview Advice:

It is important to be yourself and demonstrate something unique that you could bring to Amey.

, Central Government and Utilities at Amey
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Application Advice:

Having the right attitude is key. If you have the right attitude, are ambitious and willing to work hard Amey will provide you with all the training and resources to be successful and grow your career. There is a great network of graduates and senior managers to help guide and mentor you, however be prepared to challenge yourself, step outside your comfort zone and drive you towards your goals.

There are no limits on the Management Development Programme - with support from experienced senior leaders and the structured development Amey offers; passionate, driven individuals will flourish and really be able to direct their own career.

Interview Advice:

Be prepared to be challenged!
Be yourself; assessors can see straight through you if you are putting on a front.
Be personable
Enjoy the day.

, at Amey
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Application Advice:

Be prepared to work on a lot of different projects/schemes in different roles and to adapt quickly to new environments.

Interview Advice:

Be confident, eager to learn, know what you want to achieve from your time in the business and able to identify and learn from your mistakes.

Graduate Engineer, Structures at Amey
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Application Advice:

Ensure you research Amey's values and current projects. Knowledge of target zero policy is also crucial.

Graduate Engineer, Structures at Amey
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Interview Advice:

Prepare bending moment diagrams.

Graduate Engineer, Strucutre Consultant team at Amey
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Application Advice:

Geographical mobility is essential.

Interview Advice:

Understanding the different services Amey provides will help reflect your interest in the business.

Management Graduate, at Amey
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Application Advice:

Research the company.
Know your specialism.
Research DMRB and WebTAG and EIA regulations.
Know where to find EU, UK, devolved administration, and local environmental regulations and rules.
Be open to learning new things.

Interview Advice:

We're not boring people, and we're not out to stop things being done on environmental grounds; we're always looking for the best and most sympathetic way to acheive the project goals. So be open and friendly, honest about your abilities, and be positive about the potential work.

Graduate Environmentalist, Environmental at Amey
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Interview Advice:

To know which department you are applying for and be prepared for a basic technical test.

Graduate Civil Engineer, Bridge assessment at Amey
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Application Advice:

- Take time with questions and make sure that you align your strengths to what they are looking for.
- Don't think that you are in competition at the Assessment centre as each are scored individually by each examiner and make sure you work collaborative

Programme Manager, Central Government and Utilites at Amey
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Application Advice:

Positive attitude.

Interview Advice:

Questions about courses at the University.

, at Amey
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Application Advice:

Be certain that you want to work in an environment which is not very active and quite removed from the actual physical engineering. This is an office job which would suit an individual who is quiet and methodical and enjoys working mostly alone in a solitary sense.

Interview Advice:

Ensure you research the company and what it is they do. Also what the role requires day to day.
Make sure that you are technically capable and practice any fundamental engineering methods of analysis and problem solving.

Graduate Engineer, Consulting and Stategic Infrastructure at Amey
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Application Advice:

Keep it clear and concise. No waffle.

Interview Advice:

Ensure you know what the company does and what work they have recently be involved in. You do not need to know all the fine details, you will be able to learn all that when you get the job. Knowing what services the company provide is very important.

Grduate Civil Engineer, Construction & Stragetic Infrastructure at Amey
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Application Advice:

Choose a path within the geotechnical industry that best suits your skill set, i.e. if you prefer site work and being outside then focus on planning and implementation of GI, also try the design aspects at an early stage to see if it suits you.

If applying to become a geotechnical engineer I would suggest working as an engineering geologist for a year or so at a smaller contractor firm to gain the practical on site experience which will benefit you when planning ground Investigation works in the future. Or at least gain work experience in this sector prior to application.

Interview Advice:

Be honest with experience, let the employer know that you intend to try all aspects of the role and that both design and site work interests you, make it clear that you are willing to work outside on site potentially at weekends or night shifts.

Graduate Geotechnical Engineer, Geotechnical at Amey
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Application Advice:

Answer questions thoroughly and apply the STAR (Situation, Task, Action and Result) structure.

Interview Advice:

Undertake extensive research about the company and industry.
Role plays to determine how you deal with and react to difficult situations.
Demonstrating how you behave in teams.
Why Amey?
Why should we employ you?

Management Graduate, Commercial at Amey
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Application Advice:

This is one of the best places to develop yourself as a person and an engineer.

Interview Advice:

Be honest.
Let them know you want to work here and become Chartered.
Ask questions about the company/team so they can see that you are really interested in working there.

Graduate Civil Engineer, Civils/Consulting & Strategic Infrastructure at Amey
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Application Advice:

This role requires very niche technical knowledge and candidates must have a sound basis in mathematics, spoken and written English, as well as Microsoft office computer software as a bare minimum.

Technical knowledge in Transport Planning, Town Planning, Sustainability, Transport Modelling, Auto CAD and Road Safety are all excellent skills.

Interview Advice:

Research the company website online, learn the key principals and mantra.

Research the sector that you apply for i.e. Transport Planning and be prepared to answer questions regarding the application of specific software or procedures for carrying out tasks.

Be prepared to answer questions regarding the step by step process of a job, from its inception, through to managing costs, communication channels, site visits and delivery.

Graduate Transport Planner, Transport Planning at Amey
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Application Advice:

Be prepared to get stuck in. It is a fantastic opportunity to develop as a manager and a strong career plan. However, if you are not up for a challenge and make the most of the opportunity you may struggle.

Interview Advice:

Act natural and where possible demonstrate your passion for the industry and learn. I think there is a particular section of the assessment process which really splits the good from the bad, so make sure you prepare and understand what it means to be a manager in line with the Amey values.

Management graduate, at Amey
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Application Advice:

Amey's recruitment HR is very responsive and efficient. Research the company prior to the interview and show your interest in which business sector you would like to work in.

Interview Advice:

How I found out about this position? Why would I choose Amey? What do you know about Amey? What's your 5 year plan?

Graduate civil engneer, Utilities at Amey
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Application Advice:

1. Be honest.
2. Demonstrate each skill you mention.
3. Make it interesting and distinct from others.

Interview Advice:

1. Stay calm and do your research.
2. No need to stress about any of the interviews because so long as you've done your homework and demonstrated skills for the position applied - interviewers are extremely friendly and helpful.

Management Graduate, Lichfield at Amey
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Application Advice:

- Be prepared, do your research.
- Elaborate on points and be honest.

Interview Advice:

- Be yourself, the Management programme takes candidates from all backgrounds and they really want to get to know you, and how you would fit into the business.
- Be confident but not over powering.
- Embrace the other canditates at the assessment centre

Management Graduate, Commercial at Amey
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Application Advice:

Candidates need to be organised and motivated to enable them to work both individually and in a team being accountable for their own work. Provide examples of achievements you feel can be related to working in an organisation, such as Amey.

Interview Advice:

Prepare and research the organisation (Structure, Board of Directors, Divisional Breakdown, Latest News, Key Figures). Most will be nervous, take your time, the interviewers fully understand you will be nervous and appreciate you taking your time to provide the answer. Prepare some form of joke. (You will need to make the interviewer laugh.)

Graduate Project Manager, Consulting Project Management Team at Amey
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Application Advice:

Make your application easy to read through by signposting your answers and reducing waffle.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself and think about what may set you apart from other candidates. What demonstrates your drive and ambition?

Commercial Graduate, Commercial at Amey
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Application Advice:

Be ready for competency based questions related to the position.

Interview Advice:

Read the company objectives.

Graduate Civil Engineer, Structures at Amey
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Application Advice:

Be honest and get someone to proof read anything that you have written.

Interview Advice:

Dress well, make eye contact and be honest. During the interview I was asked about my qualifications and previous experience. You should be able to elaborate and answer questions on both these things. Finally, the interviewers showed interest in my hobbies outside of work so don't be afraid to tell them since they might be interested in the same thing.

Graduate Civil Engineer, Consulting and Strategic Infrastructure at Amey
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Application Advice:

I would advice them not to apply if they are in search of a job just for the salary. They should literally be passionate about engineering.

Interview Advice:

Be themselves.

Graduate Engineer, Consulting Rail at Amey
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Application Advice:

Make sure you tailor your CV to the job you are applying in terms of experience and relevant qualifications.
Also be sure to research or prepare some technical knowledge in regards to the job you are applying for.

Interview Advice:

Research the company, services they provide and core values which they believe makes them better as a company, i.e. collaborative.

Graduate Engineer, CEFA assessment team at Amey
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Application Advice:

For Graduate Engineers:

- Show enthusiasm and interest in the topic you are applying to. Demonstrate you know what projects are involved and why that is exciting to you.
- Show how the role in Amey can help you with your career progress in terms of ICE Chartership.
- Study the Amey values and think about how you can contribute to them.
- Demonstrate how Amey's Health and Safety policies adhere with you.

Interview Advice:

For Graduate Engineers:

- Be your enthusiastic self.
- Know your Health and Safety regulations and CDM 2015. Read about Amey's Target zero policy.
- Know how you want your career to progress in terms of ICE Chartership, knowing the ICE attributes helps.
- Study the Amey values and think about how you might contribute to them.
- Make sure your written English is readable and concise.
- For structures candidates, know your shear force and bending moment diagrams.

Graduate Engineer, Hightways Structures at Amey
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Application Advice:

Engineering is not a walk in the park, it gets tough and you have to be able to manage your time properly. Amey has team of engineers of different engineering disciplines such as structures, highways, geotechnical, rail and I can go on. So be sure the job you are applying for is what you would like to do.

Interview Advice:

Be sure to brush up on your technical knowledge and also be yourself.

Graduate Structural Engineer, Highway Structures at Amey
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Application Advice:

Amey is a reputable company to work for and they provide a good set of benefits, as well as opportunity for graduates to get into work.

Interview Advice:

Research area you are applying for to gain background knowledge of how Amey is influential within that area.

Show confidence and speak clearly, show you are enthusiastic.

Graduate transport planner, Transport planning at Amey
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Application Advice:

Stand out by adding University awards and relevant experience gained from hobbies/activities that would apply to a job within the company.

Interview Advice:

Research company history and why you want to be a part of the company. Revise some basic fundamental structural calculations.

Graduate Engineer, Structures/Bridges at Amey
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Application Advice:

Research on company and division.

Graduate Electrical Engineer, Power at Amey
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Application Advice:

Work on your CV for each application as you may want to stand out on some specific skills which are required for the job.

Interview Advice:

Go through your CV as many times as needed before the interview to make sure there are not gaps and do not forget anything. This also helps to talk calmer and with confidence.

Being oneself, confident and show interest to work your way up.

Specific roles might need preparation of knowledge previously acquired in the university such us structures calculation.

Graduate Engineer, Bridge Assessments at Amey
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Application Advice:

They should like to work on schemes that require not just technical skills but interpersonal skills.
This is a perfect position to learn about all the process because you have to deal with everything, design, programme, budget ...

Interview Advice:

Just be yourself and be sure that you like the vacancy that you are applying for.

Graduate Engineer, Consulting at Amey
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Application Advice:

Be confident and flexible.

Assistand PM, at Amey
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Application Advice:

- Be yourself. Everyone I've met at Amey are very genuine and being yourself is highly valued.

Interview Advice:

- Read up on the company objectives and values. The company does live by them.

Graduate Environmentalist, Environment & Sustainability at Amey
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Application Advice:

Take your time over your application, make sure your CV and covering letter are up to date and relevant to the company and job, and really think about your answers to the online application form questions. Be willing to become chartered with the ICE - state this in your application. Relate to the values of the company, relate to the job. Give examples of skills and knowledge gained and how.

Interview Advice:

Know your CV and covering letter inside out and be ready to talk about anything you've written, in detail. Be honest. Be polite. It's completely okay to be nervous. Show your willingness to become chartered with the ICE. Know about Construction Design and Management (CDM) regulations. Know about the company, know about the job, ask questions about these. Know about Amey's values; PACE (Progressive, Accountable, Collaborative, Effective).

Graduate Engineer, at Amey
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Application Advice:

Include all relevant experience as every bit is crucial and will be taken into consideration.

Interview Advice:

Know about the company you are applying for and the projects they are involved with and how you could benefit them. Make sure and be yourself.

Graduate Engineer, Consulting and Strategic Infrastructure at Amey
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Application Advice:

Think about why you want to join Amey and how that fits into how you are as an individual as well as how Amey can match your career aspiraitons. You will be asked to provide a short paragraph on several questions, so take your time and really think about it. I completed my application over 3 days.

Interview Advice:

Prepare! Make sure you know what Amey do and can communicate it effectively over the telephone interview. You will also be asked some curveball questions so be prepared for them too. The assessment day is fantastic; it really puts you through your paces and makes you exercise everything you'll need to be good at this role. But above all, be yourself.

Management Graduate, Central Government at Amey
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Application Advice:

When applying for a job within Amey it is important that you reflect that you understand and follow Amey values the same as your awareness for H&S high priority for the company.

Interview Advice:

Just be yourself, they are not looking for a certain type of candidate, they just want to know where and how you would fit within the organisation, as variety of profiles makes the company rich in skills and capabilities.

Management Graduate – Operations Manager, Local Government at Amey
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Application Advice:

Look for local opportunities as well as group wide graduate programme.

Graduate Engineer, Consulting at Amey
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Application Advice:

Show enthusiasm.
Research company before hand.
Show ability to be collaborative.

Interview Advice:

Research technical areas as they often ask questions on this.
Think of scenarios in which you've made a mistake, had to make a difficult decision etc. Talk about how you handled the situation and what you learnt from this.

Graduate Engineer, Highways Structures at Amey
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Application Advice:

Answer the Questions honestly.
Do some background research into the Company.

Interview Advice:

Be Confident.
Don't plan too much as it may come across as unnatural.
Make sure you listen and actually answer the question asked.
Try to keep answers concise.

Management Graduate, at Amey
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Application Advice:

Have a broad spectrum of extra-curricular activities and try and gain some work-experience beforehand.

Interview Advice:

Revise your structural analysis modules if applying for a structures job.

Graduate Engineer, Structures at Amey
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Application Advice:

Carry out as much research about the company beforehand and tailor your application to this. Think about the key challenges facing the business and the industry.

Interview Advice:

Don't try and put on an act to be someone who you think the employer is looking for.

Management Graduate, Business Development at Amey
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Application Advice:

It's all about your attitude. Drive and willingness to go and get what you want is the key ingredient and Amey will support you.

Interview Advice:

Again, focus on the personality and attitude you are conveying - that is key.

Market Analyst, Strategy at Amey
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Application Advice:

There will be something to suit everyone. If you make the most of opportunities and show willing your colleagues will support you and help you progress.

Graduate Civil Engineer, Highways at Amey
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Application Advice:

As long as you demonstrate that you're a hard worker and keen to learn Amey will give you the opportunity to develop.

Interview Advice:

Learn about the company values, the name of the CEO and a little company history.

Business Improvement Graduate, Local Government at Amey
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Application Advice:

A lot of it is dependent on which scheme you are going for. Research the company and the main competitors. Prepare examples for the company's core values.

Interview Advice:

Be confident but not aggressively so. Have a sound knowledge of Amey's core principles and main competitors as well as knowledge of all Amey's divisions and variety of work. Particular focus should be given to the Target Zero campaign for Health and Safety.

Business Improvement Graduate, Performance and Operations at Amey
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Application Advice:

Research the Amey values and corporate objectives and see where your current experience / views align to these.

Interview Advice:

Be confident and well prepared. Ensure you have a general understanding of the companies activities and business structure.

Work with other applicants in a positive way.

Management Graduate, Various at Amey
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Application Advice:

The application process is all about who you are as a person, it does not matter what it says on your CV or what degree you did. Amey are looking for Graduates who are determined and of the type of character that they feel will fit in the best in the company.

Interview Advice:

Tell me a joke.

Project Manager, KeolisAmey at Amey
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Application Advice:

It is essential to demonstrate you have clearly defined career objectives and are able to show your understanding of Amey, it's markets, as well as what you can bring to the organisation.

Assessment centres are challenging but it is important that you show confidence, are able to adapt in professional scenarios and show a drive and motivation to help Amey to continue to be successful.

Management Graduate, at Amey
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Application Advice:

If you are an ambitious graduate structural engineer looking to make an impact in the industry, to develop and to be take responsibility and work on a variety of projects and to ultimately become chartered, I would strongly advice you not to apply for graduate employment at Amey.

If you are happy to get paid and do nothing, then by all means this would be an ideal opportunity for you.

Interview Advice:

Be very clear about your intentions/development.

Graduate Civil Engineer, Highway Structures at Amey
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Application Advice:

Enthusiasm was key to getting the role

Interview Advice:

Knowledge of client/ stakeholders/ industry players

Project Manager, Project Management at Amey
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Application Advice:

Have proven work experience.

Interview Advice:

Be confidant and have an idea about where you want to go - you don't necessarily need to know the whole route but an idea is good.

Assistant category Manager, at Amey
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Application Advice:

- Be yourself and learn from the experience of the application/interview process.
- Show off your skills and knowledge but be grounded at the same time.
- Be willing to learn and develop, always listen.
- Process thinking, make sure you understand ev

Interview Advice:

- Be prepared
- Be calm
- Take your time, think about what you have been asked and don't rush
- Make conversation and break the ice
- Know the company (Values, Important People, Objectives etc.)
- Prepare something to make the interviewer laugh, you

Trainee Site Manager, United Utilities Connections at Amey
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Application Advice:

Although Amey is typically known for being an 'engineering' or 'construction' company, this does not mean you need an engineering degree to work here. The Graduate Management Scheme accepts people from all degree disciplines and values behaviours and experience over degree subject.

Interview Advice:

Research! There is plenty of information on the Amey website to give you an overview of the type of business we are, the opportunities available and what the graduate scheme is about. Researching the business and its competitors shows your interest and enthusiasm for the role. It is quite clear when a candidate is applying for 'any graduate scheme available', they often lack passion and knowledge about the role.
Most importantly, be yourself and show your personality rather than trying to be someone else.

Management Graduate, at Amey
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Application Advice:

Be professional and prepared. Undertake personal research on the company to ensure you understand what services Amey provides.

Interview Advice:

Be calm and measured in your answers.

Innovation Project Manager, Innovation at Amey
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Application Advice:

Be prepared for anything, flexible and relaxed.

Management Graduate, Midlands/South at Amey
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Application Advice:

Research the following -

Company, Objectives, the Role, Amey Divisions,

Think of all your past work experience, extra curricular activities and positions of responsibilities and achievements - Now think how these points have developed you and how they satisfy the Job Requirements for the role

Interview Advice:

Research the company, divisions, objectives, values etc etc

Think where you would like to be in 5 - 10 years time (It's okay not knowing... you can say the rotational programme should help with this vision)

Interviews are relaxed and the interviewer does not want to catch you out - Try to be yourself as best as you can and answer questions honestly. Try to enjoy the experience.

Practice your Presentation in advance

Make an effort to meet others and get to know them - As well as assessors

Listen what everyone has to say in the group study - Don't force your ideas onto everyone - Give everyone a chance - Be ready for tough questions from assessors after the group exercise

Assistant Project Manager, Management at Amey
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Application Advice:

There are requirements for the graduate scheme, including a 2:1 degree, which is the most important requirement.

You must be prepared to travel around for a two year period for the graduate scheme. It is more than likely that you will have to work away from your home location for the duration of the scheme and change is inevitable.

Interview Advice:

Key values for Amey include being Progressive, Accountable, Collaborative and Effective, so show these traits and talk about them. The more you can learn and understand about Amey before interview, the better.

You must be self-confident but not over-powering. Individuals at the assessments who are over-dominating, often come across as aggressive and this doesn't reflect well. Amey are keen to employ people who are understanding and diplomatic, so be friendly as well as knowledgeable.

Graduate Manager, at Amey
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Application Advice:

Research the market and the industry in which you wish to see yourself in. Make sure you are fully aware of the company's development opportunities. Analyse projects that the company is currently involved in and decide whether you want to be involved in the type of projects currently being undertaken by the company.

Interview Advice:

Make sure you know your subject area thoroughlly

Graduate Project Manager, at Amey
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Application Advice:

Applying for this company means apply for your own future.

Interview Advice:

Be open-minded

Graduate, Business Development at Amey
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Application Advice:

Look at the Amey values of PACE and think about how your personality or experiences align with these values.

Interview Advice:

Be talkative, confident and get involved. Try to enjoy the interview and assessment centre, this will shine through if you are having a good time.

Management Graduate, Refuse Collection at Amey
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Application Advice:

Amey provides a lot of opportunities to work on a range of contracts throughout the UK and overseas - if you are geographically mobile be sure to include this in the application process.

If you have experience of managing a team, even if this was extra-curricular rather than within employment, then include this within your application and give examples.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself! - Amey are just as interested in your personality and your ability to work well with people as they are with your academic success.

Mind map what you believe are the many opportunities and challenges facing Amey & be ready to discuss this in the interview.

Management Graduate, Government at Amey
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Application Advice:

Definitely apply for this graduate programme! I have felt very supported and am learning a lot about the industry and working life. Be confident in your ideas about what and where you want to be.

Interview Advice:

The telephone interview was fairly straight forward with the standard questions. There were a few curve balls in there - for example "Do you have any regrets?". Also do not underestimate the importance of extra-curricular activities such as Duke of Edinburgh or any other achievements.

The assessment day is really interesting and very competitive - be confident but also learn to listen to others in the group exercise, as this is a good skill to have!

Graduate Project Coordinator, Fleet & Plant at Amey
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Application Advice:

Demonstrate how your skill sets fit in with Amey and Amey's future - make your application bespoke to Amey.

Interview Advice:

Have a clear career plan and a sense of purpose and direction.
Research - not just Amey, but the sector, competitors, parent company and people.
Be yourself - you cannot act through the entire application process.

, Strategy at Amey
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Application Advice:

Show awareness of different areas of the business.
Provide strong examples of when you have successfully led a team.

Interview Advice:

Think carefully about what makes a good manager.
Be willing to travel across the country.
Know who the CEO is! (Mel Ewell)
Have a joke to hand - one of the questions actually was 'tell me a joke'!

Management Graduate, Highways at Amey
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Application Advice:

Have a strong technical background

Interview Advice:

Review your university notes as they'll ask you technical questions

Graduate Engineer, Consulting & Strategic Infrastructure at Amey
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Application Advice:

Do homework on the industry/sector that is relevant to the role you are applying for.
Having a good background knowledge will help and make you stand out.

Interview Advice:

On an assessment day I had to:
Write a 1000 word essay on safety in the railway and the future ok UK's rail.
Work in a small group and make a short presentation.
A one hour 1 vs 1 interview mainly takling through CV.

Graduate Civil engineer, Rail Design at Amey
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Application Advice:

Know the Amey business - it's much more diverse than it looks. Understand how your strengths will help Amey develop. grow and deliver more value for both the client and yourself. Understand that working for Amey is a two-way street, both developing you and the business and so don't be afraid to talk about this.

Interview Advice:

Understand Amey as a business. Know the environment in which it works (largely public sector) and how this influences the decisions made by everyone in the business, short and long-term.

Management Graduate, Management at Amey
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Application Advice:

Be precise.

Interview Advice:

Technical material related to role, job role, company background, PACE values and line of work involved.

Graduate Surveyor, Consulting and rail at Amey
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Application Advice:

Make your CV work for you, look at ways which jobs you've had in the past could relate to the role you are applying to.

Think about the skills you have, how would they benefit you in this job role?

Interview Advice:

Why do you want to work for us?

I wouldn't give a generic answer to this. Really think about why you want to work for the company, what interests you about it? What opportunities do you think this company as opposed to other companies and the role you have applied for would offer you?

Graduate, at Amey
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Application Advice:

Highlight relevant work experience
Stand out- extra-curricular interests

Interview Advice:

Reference interests which have link to role: e.g. reading, fact-finding tasks, anything which indicates inquisitiveness.

Market Analyst, Local Government at Amey
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Application Advice:

Emphasise your ability to learn new skills and adapt to new situations quickly

Pensions Support Consultant, Pensions at Amey
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Application Advice:

That they do not have to be skeptical about the role. Amey it's a great company and they will have a great start on their career

Interview Advice:

Learn very well the values of the company. Smile and always speak with examples from your previous experience.

Graduate Engineer, Bedford at Amey
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Application Advice:

Spend a fair amount of time on the application and ensure you stand out. Make sure you make your application company/role specific and don't be too general as this will look like you have copied and pasted a response.

Interview Advice:

Be honest take your time when answering questions. Sometimes simple answers are as good as long winded answers as long as you get to the point and answer the question!

Graduate Engineer, ITS at Amey
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Application Advice:

Do some research into the company first and also the technical knowledge regarding surveying.

Interview Advice:

Dress smart, dont be late, be confident, be friendly, open and honest.

Building Surveyor, Operational Property Inspection at Amey
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Application Advice:

Amey is not marketed as heavily as other major companies, so there is no need to "brown nose" by saying how you've always wanted to work with Amey because they have such a great reputation. Amey do not advertise too heavily to graduates because they already receive such a high number of applications from very talented graduates

Interview Advice:

Learn about the Amey policy of "PACE"; Progressive, Accountable, Collaborative, Effective. You will be asked questions about your life challenges relating to these four key points

Assistant Engineer, Consulting and Strategic Infrastructure at Amey
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Application Advice:

Ensure you have a real passion for learning new things on a daily basis and are willing to learn from mistakes.

Interview Advice:

Ensure you have reviewed what you did at university before going for an interview.

Graduate Engineer – Highways, Utilities and strategical planning, Water Mains replacement at Amey
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Application Advice:

Be honest in your abilities and don't overstate things. This will help once/if successful as you won't be stressed about whether you can do what is asked of you.
Submit an application even if the job advert is generic over several offices, this just means all potential hiring managers will recieve your CV.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself, show what you can do and try to stay positive.
Have ways or examples to back up statements on your CV.
Don't lie.
Research the company but do not recite it all back, you will sound too robotic with little personality.

Graduate geotechnical engineer, Geotechnical at Amey
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Application Advice:

Try to show in your CV all your skills

Interview Advice:

Try to be yourself

Graduate Engineer, Structures-Bridges at Amey
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Application Advice:

Include a cover page whether it asks for one or not, expressing your interest and why you are the right person for the job.

Make sure your CV is on point - it is relevant. Change your CV everytime for the job you are applying for so it fits the bill exactly.

Interview Advice:

Make sure you read the companies core values - P.A.C.E.
Go prepared, make sure you have read your job description and requirements fully - you may be given a knowledge test so brush up your skills beforehand!
Practise a few competency based questions.
Be yourself and let your personality come through.

Graduate Environmentalist, Environmental at Amey
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Application Advice:

A good Cover letter and CV is essential to getting an interview. If you know someone within the company this can be useful in getting an interview too.

Interview Advice:

Technical knowledge as well as commercial based on any experience you have.

Assistant Project Engineer, Structures at Amey
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Application Advice:

Have a good CV filled with everything you have achieved and also hobbies.
Make sure your CV is easy to read and keep it to a maximum of 2 pages.
Write a cover letter.

Interview Advice:

The interview was very relaxed.
Talk about your last year project.
Talk about your hobbies.
How you want to progress in the company e.g. become a chartered engineer
Keep things interesting.

Graduate Engineer, Highways at Amey
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Application Advice:

Be a true team-player, there is no place in engineering for lone wolves. The best cost efficient results are achieved by collaborating with your colleagues, clients, contractors and stakeholders.

Interview Advice:

I remember these questions: Give me an example of your teamwork and leadership skills.
Had to complete questionnaire with bending moment and shear diagrams, some material properties and other things.
Had to give examples of innovative approaches I have taken, how did I solve any disagreements at any levels,

Graduate Civil Engineer, Rail Civils / IDH at Amey
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Application Advice:

Show what kind of person you are and the potential you have

Interview Advice:

Sell your potential

Graduate Civil Engineer, Consulting at Amey
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Application Advice:

As with all jobs, if you show your passion for the subject it will stand you in a good position. I left a small consultancy to come to Amey and by reading up about the company and the contracts first, I was able to tailor my interview preparation appropriately which helped me have a successful interview. Show that you will be a committed individual and make them want you in their team.

Interview Advice:

One main interview advice would be that highlight areas where mistakes were made. Everyone can talk 100% about what went well. I wouldn't say that you should go in and say that everything went wrong and we lost contracts etc, but show how you dealt with the situation and what you have learnt and how it was resolved. This shows more character to the interviewer than someone who always focuses on the positives. I can tell you now that I have made errors on projects as im sure others have, its about how you reacted and what you did to resolve this or make the best of the situation. Bring examples of projects also if they are relevant to the job role. Don't be afraid to interview the interviewer about the company and the office as they will see that you are interested to know more.

Assistant Engineer, Consulting Rail & Strategic Highways – Sheffield at Amey
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Application Advice:

Prepare with a good CV and do not have an attitude that you think you are better than you are. A few people i have interviewed have behaved like this and has let them down.

Assistant Commercial Manager, Commercial at Amey
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Application Advice:

Make sure you lead the group but also listen to it. Amey values employees who can not just step up and take control, but also who can take a step back and let others contribute

Interview Advice:

Connect immediately if you can with your interviewer. Within Amey, it wasn't hard, try and talk about things you like rather than just the weather for the small talk bit before the interview starts. My interview was much longer because I chatted to the interviewer before it started about a common interest.

Management Graduate, Local Government at Amey
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Application Advice:

Know about the company - CEO etc.

Interview Advice:

Have a joke to hand - A suitable one

Business Growth Manager, Highways at Amey
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Application Advice:

Application form - To spend a long time preparing a strong application

Online tests - prepare by practising tests online before completing the actual test to make it to the next stages.

Phone interview - Preparation, preparation and preparation. Find out as much about Amey and how diverse the company is. Also try to find out how you feel you fit to working within the Amey PACE values.

Assessment centre - Try to relax and make sure you sure yourself in the best light by going into the event giving 110% into it by knowing as much as you can about Amey, the scheme and how you are best fit to be placed within the scheme,

Interview Advice:

relate as much as you can to the Amey PACE values.

Operations Manager, Liverpool at Amey
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Application Advice:

Amey is a good company to work for, you have to be willing to challenge yourself and be proactive in all you do, it is a place of opportunity to grow your career and be meaningful to your community

Interview Advice:

Be prepared, an unprepared person is an undelivered person, prepare yourself for your interview, prepare any example of works you have done in the past and demonstrate to the interviewer you can always implement your ideas to real live situations

Assistant Civil Engineer, Consulting at Amey
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Application Advice:

Be willing to move around, don't be put off if you don't have an engineering background, this scheme is about managing people.

Interview Advice:

Interview is a full day of assessment centres, you'll need to show presentation, people and communication skills.

Management Graduate, Severn Trent Water at Amey
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Application Advice:

Go for it! It's a great company to work for and there are lots of opportunities for future progression with plenty of help to enable you to achieve this.
Sell yourself and really make your application stand out - include aspects of your personal interests, hobbies and achievements (which you may this are irrelevant) but will tell the employer about you as a diverse and interesting applicant - be memorable!

Interview Advice:

Relax - It's expected to be nervous but try and speak calmly and clearly to show you handle pressure well.
Maintain eye contact and be confident (but definitely not cocky!)
Do you research on the company and know their key values and what they are looking for in employees.
Know about any local projects which they are involved in and be able to discuss at least one.
Be able to relate your own skills and achievements to what they're looking for

Graduate Engineer, Consulting – Highways at Amey
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Application Advice:

Link yoursefl to the core values of the firm

P-progressive
A- accountable
C- collaborative
E - effective

Interview Advice:

Learn the PACE values again. Learn about what the company does in regards to health and saftey

Assistant Operations Manager, Environmental Services at Amey
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Application Advice:

It's all about your attitude - the programme requires you to make things happen for yourself. To self-motivate and go the extra mile on your own determination. You just have to be self-motivated and driven to succeed.

Interview Advice:

Standard stuff. Assessment centre consisted of roleplay, interview, presentation, group work. However a lot of information was given to you throughout the day and lots of information chnage so you had to show you could adapt and be spontaneous on the fly.

Performance Manager, Management Graduate Programme at Amey
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Application Advice:

you dont have to know exactly what you want to do but you need to be driven and ambitious, it isnt easy so prepare to work and enjoy yourself

Interview Advice:

Always smile

be yourself- they can tell whether you are suited to the job so make sure you enjoy yourself and show how much you want the job, they are looking for ambition and drive, and aim to please.

assistant operations manager, operations management at Amey
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Application Advice:

Make sure you sell yourself well in the application

Interview Advice:

There will be technical questions concerning your degree so make sure you are confident with discussing your university work in detail especially any final year projects.

Graduate Engineer, Highways at Amey
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Application Advice:

Work smart. Always be looking for a competetive advantage for yourself and the company but always remember to be fair. This programme is not about being ruthless but being effective.

Interview Advice:

The assessment day involves presentations, group work, individual tasks, role play and interviews. It pays to know as much as possible about the company and be prepared to participate in these assessments.

Graduate Manager, Graduate Management Programme at Amey
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Application Advice:

Be professional but also be yourself, try to stand out from the crowd and provide a new/unique way of carrying out processes.

Interview Advice:

Stay relaxed, calm and do not worry about it. Know what your CV and what you are talking about. Also know a good joke and keep it clean would be best.

Graduate Commercial Manager, Government at Amey
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Application Advice:

Research the company, the divisions we have and our competitors. A good knowledge of recently won contracts in addition to our bigger, flagship contracts also helps.

Sell yourself in line with the Amey's core values. The individual's personality and personal qualities counts for more than their background/experience.

Interview Advice:

Describe the organisational structure of Amey.

Tell me a joke.

What are our values?

What do we do?

Assistant Commercial Manager, Commercial at Amey
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Application Advice:

Innovation and modernisation is high on the company's agenda. So if you can demonstrate that you are innovative they will like this.

Management Graduate, Project Management at Amey
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Application Advice:

Be yourself at interview. Amey is interested in personality and enthusiasm!

Interview Advice:

Try not to be nervous, it is more about getting to know you.

Management Graduate, Government at Amey
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Application Advice:

Get some work experience, 6 months - 1 year. No particular sector is really more relevant than another as Amey have so many contracts and roles to fill. Better to show your enthusiasm and willingness to get involved and drive your career forward.

Interview Advice:

Be confident, listen to others views, especially in the group activities, and don't be afraid to stand out from the others.

Managment Graduate, Hampshire Highways at Amey
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Application Advice:

Show what makes you unique and why you stand out - everyone applying will have a degree.

Interview Advice:

Show your personality, ambition and who you are as a person. Amey is really all about the people and the interview is all about whether you as an individual will fit into the company.

Management Graduate, at Amey
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Application Advice:

I would advise candidates to ensure their applications conveys a keeness to learn new skills, being IT literate, showing a sense of pride in their work and satisfaction in completing projects on time.

Giving examples of delivering good customer service and showing examples of having a natural commercial/business accumen.

Interview Advice:

I would advise applicants to wear full business dress. Speak clearly and use examples/ give evidence of times where you have achieved/displayed the skill in question.

Prepare a presentation, maintain good eye contact, open body position and welcome questions.

Assistant Project Manager, Strategic Highways at Amey
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Application Advice:

Likeability is very important. Amey is a people focused company hence your personality needs to come out during the application and interview process to see if you'll be a good fit.

Operations Manager, at Amey
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Application Advice:

Try to think of as many different examples as possible to scenario questions - diversity looks good.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself whilst in interviews and assessment centres. Try and relax and keep a smile on your face!

Management Graduate, Business Growth at Amey
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Application Advice:

Ensure it is the correct role for you and you understand the requirements that have been put in the job description.

Always be confident, positive and willing to learn.

Interview Advice:

Learn about the company, its ethics and values.
Always be prepared for the 'where do you see yourself in 5 years question' !

Data Analyst, Fleet Department at Amey
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Application Advice:

Be honest in your answers during the application stage. Take your time to really consider the questions and be prepared to have to answer some curveballs in your telephone interview. I got asked to tell a joke so have one handy just in case...

In your written application stage, make sure you detail where what you have done has made a difference, or has demonstrated your skills effectively. They won't be expecting you to know everything but you need to show that you can be dynamic and have the capacity to learn and grow into the Amey culture

Interview Advice:

Be honest, open and most of all, yourself. Do your research into the company, it is not a construction company, it is a service provider. Have knowledge on the vast majority of services that the company offers. Read up on the website about the culture as this is something that Amey values and will be looking for in you when you interview. Be flexible, in both geographical location, and job role, the nature of the business requires it. Demonstrate common sense and a willingness to work hard and deliver.

Project Manager, Geotechnics at Amey
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Application Advice:

Ensure that you really understand the areas that Amey work in.

Interview Advice:

They are looking for leaders - be confident in your ability and read the questions on the assessment sheet carefully.

Leadership Graduate, Built Environment at Amey
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Application Advice:

Be prepared to work longer hours than most as the work is hard but also you will get more experience to network with the other people who are higher up in the company. they tend to work long hours as well.

Commercial Graduate, Highways at Amey
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Application Advice:

Be clear about why you're applying. Amey recieves large amounts of applications with limited positions so can be very selective about who they employ.

Do your research on the company, try to underatnd the best you can what Amey does. It is a large company offering a large amount of services - a lot of employees are unsure of the total range, knowing this can impress.

Interview Advice:

Know the company, understand what they do and how the interact with everyday society.

Practice your presentation skills - usually there is a presentation to a few assessors.

Relax and be yourself! Interviews are there to get to know the inidivual, how they interact with others and how they'd react in certain situations. Being yourself is key!

Management Graduate Scheme, Government at Amey
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Application Advice:

Show some sort of previous experience or alternatively show some form of forward thinking to gain experience

Interview Advice:

Have a wide knowledge base, have an understanding of non technical aspects such as contracts but particularly health and safety

Graduate Engineer, Structures at Amey
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Application Advice:

Have a good understanding of your basic principles and show you're worth investing in through taking part in activities or competitions that relate to team work or show you're willing to improve yourself.

Interview Advice:

Go in prepared on impressing them with interesting however relevant facts about yourself as you will be asked. Expect to be asked out of the blue questions that will put you on the spot and test your reaction and response. There is no reason to be nervous, the interview is to find out who you are as a person, the qualifications you present and the quality of your qualifications speak for themselves. The interview is there to help you advertise yourself and what you can offer them.

Graduate Engineer, CEFA at Amey
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Application Advice:

Research into Amey as an organisation and understanding their full scope of works will be important.

Interview Advice:

It’s important within the interview process to show your personality and what value you will add to Amey if you were to be selected.

Commercial Graduate, at Amey
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Application Advice:

Try and get exerience within Amey before you graduate, for example summer placements or a years work experience.

Interview Advice:

I was asked questions about what I like to do, to my experience and a few technical questions.

Graduate Civil Engineer, Belfast – Structures at Amey
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Application Advice:

My advice to a future applicant would be to not be very anxious about the interview because the people here are very friendly and helpful and to try to promote himself / herself in the best way.

Interview Advice:

If I can give some tips for the interview that would be to be honest about your studies and work experience and to be well prepared about questions for your CV. You must give a lot of importance so as to great the perfect CV so as to catch the attention. Also you must be confident about your skills and knowledge. Moreover some common questions are:
•Tell us some things about yourself.
•How you can contribute to the role and fulfill the requirements.
•How you will act in different situations, such as problem with a member of your team, working under pressure, etc.
•Some technical question relevant to the requirement.
Finally it would be wonderful if you have done some research for the company and have prepared some questions.

Graduate Engineer, Structures Solutions / Area 9 at Amey
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Application Advice:

Sell yourself and show what you have to offer to the company.
Show initiative and drive

Interview Advice:

Be yourself, Dont exaggerate, people can see right through you

Assistant Engineer, Highway at Amey
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Application Advice:

Focus on your all round personality - not just your career. Amey is all about people, and thus they only want to employ people.

Interview Advice:

Be open, honest and yourself - make sure your personality is evident, not just your career drive (though that is important too).

Graduate Engineer, Rail at Amey
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Interview Advice:

Be yourself and make sure you read the provided briefs thoroughly.

Make sure you do research about the company as well and come prepared with some questions.

Assistant Project Manager, Government Division at Amey
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Application Advice:

Engineering background is useful for most divisions but an enthusiastic and speedy learner will go far

Business Improvement Manager, Operational Control Room at Amey
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Application Advice:

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Interview Advice:

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Asset Management Engineer, Consulting Rail/Highways at Amey
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Application Advice:

Be very flexible in your approach to taking this role, i.e being able to travel as Amey do have a range of various contracts in utilities and highways which need resources to fill any gaps at times through its resource management tool streamline. You will be challenged which is to be expected when starting as a graduate, however encounter that challenge as it pays dividends for yourself in the future.

Interview Advice:

Be very flexible in your approach to taking this role, i.e being able to travel as Amey do have a rage of various contracts in utilities and highways. A master degree is probably at the top of the agenda as so many graduates from university now attain masters, there's lots of competition for these roles. Experience is again vitally important, especially within the highways sector. Amey are very good at advertising and enthusiastic about summer placements, and through good impressions they are more than likely to take on someone that has already worked within the amey environment. Also look into the contracts that Amey have and the work that they are involved in, you'd be suprised. If you mention this at the interview, i.e via through look on Amey's website or even an arcticle on the NCE involving an Amey engineer then they might be impressed.

Graduate Engineer, Consultancy – Highways at Amey
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Application Advice:

Read up about the company and it's values aswell.
Know your ecology, biodiversity and environmental issues.
Show you have relevant experieince outside of university.

Interview Advice:

My interview invloved a walkthrough of my CV.
Questions were asked to delve deeper into my work experience and degree course.
Competancy questions, such as leadership skills were assesed.

Graduate Environmentalist, Environmental at Amey
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Application Advice:

Be yourself, be passionate about your subject, and showcase your talents

Interview Advice:

Be professional. Present yourself well, be engaging, and ask questions

HR Graduate, HR at Amey
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Application Advice:

Be you.

Interview Advice:

Additional information regarding Amey is an important point to bring up e.g. bring in the likes of Ferrovial, different roles within the company. Contract knowledge is a must.
Also your interview is scored on a set scoring system that Amey have produced. Tell them things you know, that they may already know. It's all positive.

Commercial Assistant, Commercial at Amey
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Application Advice:

Find out as much about the sector of work as possible and its impact on the general public e.g. civil engineering/environmental.

Interview Advice:

Asked for examples of when I worked as part of a team and demonstrated time management skills. Also asked why I wanted to work for Amey and what I knew about them

Graduate, Operations at Amey
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Application Advice:

Come with an open mind, nearly everyone (myself included) underestimate how big and complex the railway engineering industry is. It is one of the few booming industries in the country at the moment.

Interview Advice:

Do some research before the interview. If you are applying for a graduate or entry level job your interviewer will not expect you to have detailed knowledge, but a quick read of railway signalling on wikipedia (as an example from my section of the railway) or looking into what projects you might be involved in will always look good in the interviewers eyes.

Always have a set of questions you want to ask, write them down on pad and have the pad out during the interview. if and when the interviewer answers a question you have before you get to answer it make a point of crossing it out that way if you get to the end of an interview and most of your questions have already been addressed (as has happend to me before) you can still demonstrate you put some thought into what you want to get out of the interview.

Signal Design Engineer, at Amey
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Application Advice:

Ideally have industry experience
Show that you do activities outside of your work - shows completive streak
Voluntary - shows you are willing to help others and gain little other than self-satisfaction

Interview Advice:

Read about the company - future projects, past success stories and its organisational structure
Revise - Bending Moment Diagrams and simple analysis methods
Be confident - speak to the managers/assessors on the day
Dress smartly - polish your shoes, go the extra mile
Read/revise/review current political engineering situations - how the government intend to meet reduction in CO2 emissions, flood defences, HS2 etc.

Graduate Civil Engineer, Rail Consultancy at Amey
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Interview Advice:

Try to relax and be yourself

Graduate Engineer, Consulting – Rail at Amey
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Application Advice:

Experience with time management, an ability to work to tight deadlines and flexibility (both in regards to working hours and travel) is highly desireable.

Interview Advice:

Highlight CAD skills and ability to multitask and deliver on tight deadlines

Graduate Engineer, Highways at Amey
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Application Advice:

If you are motivated and willing to learn you will have no problem. You need to be hungry to make a difference and the company will support you to do this.

Interview Advice:

I was asked about what I wanted, where i saw myself in 5 years. I was prepared for my interview by doing research into the company and had examples of work I had done at University to support what i was saying i could do.

Data Analyst, Finance at Amey
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Application Advice:

Be enthusiastic and include all relevant experience

Interview Advice:

Be yourself and be honest about your aspirations and hopes for the job

Graduate Quantity Surveyor, Sub-Stations at Amey
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Application Advice:

Read up on the company. As I said before, so few people have heard of Amey. There are so many opportunities and roles within the company, including working abroad. Be open about what you want out of the role. If you don't ask you don't get, and if you're wanting to attain further professional qualifications you need to ensure that you will be put into several roles to achieve a wide range of experience. Having experience in the industry obviously helps but I went into the role without any placement so don't feel that lack of experience will be a detriment to your application.

Interview Advice:

The interview I went to was a whole day and consisted of 3 parts: a one-to-one interview; a group exercise; and a written exercise. The one-to-one interview was about 15-30mins and it's more to get to know you, and what has inspired you to get to where you are now. At the end of the interview I was also asked to draw bending moments so read up on those! For the group exercise we were put into groups of 3 and given a project brief and had to come up with a solution. We then had to give a presentation to the group of interviewers. The written exercise was based on 1 question, for which I could not offer much advice as the question was not based on Amey in particular, and would change at each interview. I can only recommend reading up on current and future engineering projects. Most importantly, just be yourself!

Project Manager, CEFA at Amey
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Application Advice:

Have the best background possible, be people person and positive.

Interview Advice:

Be confident, do not be shy. Try to show why you should be hired.

Graduate Engineer, Consulting at Amey
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Application Advice:

To succeed, be prepared to apply yourself.

Interview Advice:

Dress smartly, have a strong handshake and think before you speak.

Graduate Engineer, MAC 9 Structures Solutions at Amey
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Application Advice:

Focus on explaining your skillset and how it applies to the type of work you will be doing.

Pensions Support Consultant, Strategic Pensions at Amey
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