All of the below information comes directly from job reviews written by Morgan Sindall employees based on 155 reviews.
 
 
Responsibility:
3.5/5
 
Work Life Balance:
3.5/5
 
Environmental Awareness:
4.1/5
 
Compensation & Benefits:
3.9/5
 
Company Culture:
3.9/5
 
Career Progression:
3.8/5
 
Colleagues:
4.3/5
 
Training:
4/5
 
Enjoyment:
4.1/5
 
Overall Rating:
3.7/5
 

At Morgan Sindall we offer you a place to make your mark and challenge the status quo. You could be working on a university, hospital or office space in our Construction business; or in any one of our Infrastructure businesses improving the UK’s rail, air, road or utility network. Wherever you work, we are really proud of the difference we make to people in UK Communities. You’ll find this shines through in our culture internally and our external recognition for social value on our projects and creating an inclusive place to work.

We know joining a new company can be an anxious and exciting time – in equal measures! You’ll join a New Talent community of over 300 professional apprentices, graduates and placement students who support each other along the way. Our Graduate Forum means that your voice will be heard so you can be a part of innovating and improving our programme through your business unit representative.

Our 30 month programme sets you on the route to professional accreditation and gives you access to internal and external experts who will train, coach and mentor you to develop new skills. We have consistently been voted top five in the Job Crowd’s civil engineering and construction companies to work for and this year were delighted to receive first place!

Beyond the programme, our Graduates have gone on to win personal accolades, work hand in hand with government on new policies and lead Business Units.

If you don’t see a vacancy, don’t panic! Click here to express your interest in our construction http://bit.ly/msgradsconstruct and infrastructure routes http://Bit.ly/msgradsinfra

We formally open for 2019 Graduate Programme recruitment and placement opportunities in October 2018.


Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering Department: Highways Job Title: Graduate Quantity Surveyor

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Good salary and package
Good level of training
Responsibility

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Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering Department: Commercial Job Title: Graduate Quantity Surveyor

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Challenging work that is different day to day.

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Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering Department: Commercial Job Title: Graduate Quantity Surveyor

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Good Training
Fantastic Mentor
Well Paid

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Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing Department: Aviation Job Title: Senior Engineer

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The working environment is challenging, fun, highly rewarding and can be quite fast paced.

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Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering Department: SHEQ Job Title: Graduate Environmental Advisor

Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering Department: Commercial Job Title: Quantity Surveyor

What are the best and worst things about your job?

- Colleagues are good fun
- The work is challenging

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Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering Department: Nuclear.Energy.Water Job Title: Graduate Mechanical Engineer

What are the best and worst things about your job?

- Every day is different
- Colleages are really friendly
- Mix between office and site based.

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Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering Department: Morgan Sindall Engineering Solutions Job Title: Graduate Design Engineer

What are the best and worst things about your job?

A wide range of projects and exposure to different sectors of the construction industry.

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Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering Department: Nuclear Energy Water Job Title: Graduate Engineer

What are the best and worst things about your job?

People, tangible outputs, variety of work.

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Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering Department: Engineering Solutions Job Title: Graduate Design Engineer

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Nice workplace environment - everyone is friendly and professional.

Decent salary and benefits, slightly above the construction industry average.

Challenging work - lots of responsibility to design complex structures from day 1 and learn a lot.

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

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Career progression and training. Responsibility given from start. Learning opportunities are excellent.

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Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering Department: Highways Job Title: Site Engineer

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Every day is different and you get to learn new and exciting things everyday. The motivation and support you receive for progression towards chartership is greatly appreciated with help always available. You get to be involved from first hand at planning, helping and creating innovative ideas for very important construction methods to be undertaken on site.

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Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering Department: MSES Job Title: Graduate Design Engineer

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Its an enjoyable job to do and very verified. My work is never repetitive.

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Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering Department: Construction South - Poole Job Title: Graduate Engineer

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Problem solving and liaising with the subcontractors to get the job done.

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

What are the best and worst things about your job?

I really enjoy the level of responsibility you are given at an early stage and the support you are given to help you strive to reach your potential.

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

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

Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering, Construction Project Management Department: Design Management Job Title: Graduate Design Manager

Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering, Construction Project Management Department: Commercial Job Title: Quantity Surveyor

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

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

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

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

Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering, Construction Project Management Department: Fareham Job Title: Graduate QS

Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering, Construction Project Management Department: Quantity Surveying Job Title: Graduate Quantity Surveyor

Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering, Construction Project Management Department: Commercial Job Title: Graduate Quantity Surveyor

Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering, Construction Project Management Department: Commercial Job Title: Graduate Quantity Surveyor

Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering, Construction Project Management Department: Commercial Job Title: Quantity Surveying

Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering, Construction Project Management Job Title: Grad Site Manager

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

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

Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering, Construction Project Management Department: Commercial Job Title: Graduate Quantity Surveyor

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

Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering, Construction Project Management Job Title: Graduate Site Manager

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Design Engineer Department: Major Projects Job Title: Tunnel Design Engineer

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

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Chemical Engineer Department: Infrastructure / Utility Services Job Title: Graduate Engineer

Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering, Civil Engineering Department: Underground Professional Services Job Title: Graduate Tunnel Design Engineer

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

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Engineering Graduate Trainee Department: Scotland Job Title: Bid Manager

Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering, Construction Project Management Job Title: Graduate Quantity Surveyor

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

Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering, Construction Project Management Department: Construction Job Title: Quantity Surveyor

Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering, Construction Project Management Department: Manchester Job Title: Quantity Surveyor

Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering, Construction Project Management Department: Manchester Job Title: Graduate Site Manager

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

Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering, Construction Project Management Department: Pre-Construction East Job Title: Graduate Pre-Construction Planner

Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering, Construction Project Management Department: Cardiff Job Title: Graduate Site Manager

Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering, Construction Project Management Department: Manchester Job Title: Graduate site manager

Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering, Architecture

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

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

Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering, Construction Project Management Job Title: Graduate Quantity Surveyor

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Engineering Graduate Trainee Department: INFRASTRUCTURE Job Title: Graduate Engineer

Industry: Corporate & Private Banking Department: Transport Job Title: Graduate Engineer

Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering, Civil Engineering Department: Infrastructure Job Title: Grad Engineer

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Design Engineer Department: Tunnelling Job Title: Tunnel Design Engineer

Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering, Civil Engineering Department: Heathrow - Transport/Aviation Job Title: Graduate Engineer

Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering, Construction Project Management Department: Aberdeen Job Title: Quantity Surveyor

Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering, Construction Project Management Department: Glasgow Job Title: Graduate Site Manager

Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering, Architecture Department: Construction East Job Title: Graduate Design Manager

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

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

Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering, Civil Engineering Department: Tunnelling, Rugby Job Title: Graduate Tunnel Design Engineer

Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering, Architecture Department: Design Job Title: Design Manager

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Civil Engineering Department: Glasgow Job Title: Section Engineer

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Civil Engineering Department: Transport Job Title: Graduate Engineer

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Civil Engineering Department: MSPS, Manchester Job Title: Graduate Engineer

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Civil Engineering Department: Civil and Structural Job Title: Graduate Engineer - Civil & Structural

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

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

Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering, Construction Project Management Department: Energy Job Title: Graduate Technical Engineer

Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering, Construction Project Management Department: East Job Title: Design Manager

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Civil Engineering Department: Scotland Job Title: Graduate civil engineer

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Civil Engineering Department: Infrastructure/Transport Job Title: Graduate engineer

Industry: Property and Housebuilding, Architecture Department: Professional Services Job Title: Graduate Civil and Structural Engineer

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Civil Engineering Department: Professional Services/Design Job Title: Graduate Engineer - Civil & Structural

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

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Electrical Engineer Department: Stratford upon Avon Job Title: Graduate Electrical Engineer

Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering, Construction Project Management Department: Tunnelling Job Title: Site Engineer

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

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

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

Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering, Construction Project Management Department: Brighton Job Title: Graduate Site Manager

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Civil Engineering Department: Tunnelling Job Title: Graduate Tunnel Design Engineer

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Consulting

Industry: Energy and Utilities, Process and Quality Control Job Title: Graduate Electrical Engineering

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

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

Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering, Construction Project Management Department: London Job Title: Graduate Site Manager

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Civil Engineering Department: A1L2B Job Title: graduate engineer (site engineer)

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Civil Engineering Department: Underground Professional Services Job Title: Graduate Design Engineer

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Civil Engineering Department: Morgan Sindall Professional Services Job Title: Civil/Structural Engineer

Industry: Property and Housebuilding, Surveyor Department: Infrastructure Job Title: Graduate Engineer

Industry: Property and Housebuilding, Surveyor Department: London Job Title: Quantity Surveyor

Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering, Construction Project Management Department: Northern Home Counties Job Title: Design Manager

Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering, Construction Project Management Department: Central Services Job Title: Graduate - Business

Industry: Property and Housebuilding, Architecture Department: AIRPORTS Job Title: GRADUATE QUANTITY SURVEYOR

Industry: Property and Housebuilding, Surveyor Department: Scotland Job Title: Graduate Quatity Surveyor

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

Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering, Construction Project Management Department: Commercial Job Title: Graduate Quantity Surveyor

Industry: Property and Housebuilding, Surveyor Job Title: Graduate Quantity Surveyor

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Civil Engineering Department: Tunnelling Job Title: Graduate Engineer

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

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Civil Engineering Department: Tunneling - London Job Title: Site Shift Engineer

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Civil Engineering Department: Airports Job Title: Graduate Engineer

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Electrical Engineer Department: Stratford upon Avon Job Title: Graduate Electrical Engineer

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

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Civil Engineering Department: Tunnelling Job Title: Graduate Engineer - Methods

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Civil Engineering Department: Airports Job Title: Graduate Engineer

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Civil Engineering Department: Tunnelling Job Title: Civil Engineer

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Civil Engineering Department: Underground Professional Services Job Title: Graduate Engineer

Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering, Construction Project Management Department: East Anglia Job Title: Graduate Design Manager

Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering, Construction Project Management Job Title: Graduate Site Manager

Industry: Property and Housebuilding, Surveyor Department: South Job Title: Graduate Quantity Surveyor

Industry: Property and Housebuilding, Bid Management Job Title: Graduate Design Manager

Industry: Property and Housebuilding, Surveyor Job Title: Graduate Quantity Surveyor

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Civil Engineering Department: Tunnelling Job Title: Shift Engineer

Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering, Construction Project Management Department: Exeter Job Title: Graduate Site Manager

Industry: Property and Housebuilding, Surveyor Job Title: Graduate Quantity Surveyor

Industry: Property and Housebuilding, Surveyor Department: London Job Title: Graduate Quantity Surveyor

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

Industry: Property and Housebuilding, Surveyor Department: Commercial Team/South Region Job Title: Graduate Quantity Surveyor

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Civil Engineering Department: Tunnelling (UnPS) Job Title: Graduate Tunnel Design Engineer

Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering, Construction Project Management Job Title: Graduate Site Manager

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Civil Engineering Department: Tunnelling Job Title: Graduate Civil Engineer

Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering, Construction Project Management Department: Construction South Job Title: Graduate Site Manager

Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering, Construction Project Management Job Title: Graduate Design Manager

Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering, Construction Project Management Department: Southern Home Counties Job Title: Graduate Site Manager

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Civil Engineering Department: Infrastructure Job Title: Graduate Engineer

Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering, Construction Project Management Job Title: Graduate Manager

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

Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering Department: Aviation

What are the best and worst things about your job?

In terms of the workplace it is definitely the people/environment I work in. More job-focused, being set tasks on different time scales for certain deadlines e.g. daily, weekly, periodically, and having the freedom to manage your own time effectively in order to get tasks done. The investigative and creative aspect of the job is enjoyable as well as it is very rewarding working your way around a problem to the solution.

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Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering Department: Aviation

Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering Department: Highways

What are the best and worst things about your job?

New challenges each day

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Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing Department: Nuclear - Energy - Water

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Get to observe the projects in person, on site, which helps me to be able to see what is going on physically as opposed to just learning about it theoretically at college.

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Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The best thing about my job now is the people and the actual project. I feel comfortable around all staff in my office to ask anyone for help if I need it.

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Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering Department: Administration

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The progression routes are endless, Morgan Sindall have supported and listened to everything I want to do and guided me to become not only good at what I do now but to have the opportunity to progress because of my achievements

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Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering Department: Highways

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Managing Subcontractors, and getting a real understanding of where a project is sat at in terms of money aspects.

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Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering Department: Rail

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing Department: Nuclear Energy Water

What are the best and worst things about your job?

teamwork and co-operation.

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Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering Department: Construction

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Being active all day there is not a moment where I am bored or have nothing to do, love being out on site when its great weather

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Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering Department: Infrastructure

What are the best and worst things about your job?

1. The people you work with - The people I work with are very friendly and always happy to help me out.

2. Training - The company offers training on a regular basis to help you progress your career. This training could be simply things such as computer skills or more advanced courses such as NEC Contract training

3. Type of Work - The work that we do at Morgan Sindall is fantastic. The work is challenging but good fun to do and its not the same work everyday.

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Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing Department: Nuclear Energy Water

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Team Work, Feeling included and having problems to solve

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Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering Department: Morgan Sindall Engineering Solutions

Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering Department: Rail and Electrification

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The responsibility I get, I expected to just be doing little jobs for a long time but I have my own job role and my own work load.

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Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering, Construction Project Management Department: Construction Scotland

Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering, Construction Project Management Department: Construction

Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering, Civil Engineering Department: Stores & Logistics

Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering, Construction Project Management

Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering, Civil Engineering Department: Planning

Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering, Civil Engineering Department: Utilities/Nuclear

Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering, Construction Project Management

Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering, Civil Engineering

Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering, Civil Engineering

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Application Advice:

Illustrate your aspirations within the company, demonstrate previous experience and be concise with the information you are trying to portray.

Interview Advice:

Show your appreciation and understanding of the company's vision and values.

Graduate Quantity Surveyor, Highways at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

Don't over sell yourself in the application, as in a graduate role, you are not supposed to know everything on day one.

Interview Advice:

Don't over sell yourself in the interview, as in a graduate role, you are not supposed to know everything on day one.

Graduate Quantity Surveyor, Commercial at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

Be proactive with the application especially when writing the cover letter; for example, part of my cover letter was based around where the industry was heading (the use of technology, BIM in construction).

Interview Advice:

Know the job role and what the progression routes are prior to the interview. This will give the candidate a better understanding and should prepare them when asked 'why he/she should be picked for the role' and 'where do they see themselves in the future'.

Senior Engineer, Aviation at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

Cover Letter and CV.

Interview Advice:

- Knowledge of the current projects Morgan Sindall are involved with.
- What are your career aspirations!

Graduate Mechanical Engineer, Nuclear.Energy.Water at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

Whilst academic achievement is important, other traits that an applicant can show in their application like responsibility, adaptability and a willingness to leave your comfort zone can also be very important.

Interview Advice:

Be honest, don't underestimate any previous experience you have, and remember that the people interviewing you are likely to be people that you will work with, so they want someone that they can work with too.

Graduate Design Engineer, Morgan Sindall Engineering Solutions at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

Make CV relevant to design work e.g. concrete, steel design. Site experience is valued so if you have some, give plenty of detail.

Interview Advice:

Do some research and demonstrate an interest in tunnelling and design. I was asked about previous design projects at university so brush up on technical knowledge but also think about company culture and what you want from a workplace. The interview was quite friendly and informal so ask plenty of questions to see if the job sounds like a good fit.

Graduate Design Engineer, Engineering Solutions at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

Be yourself. Show your experience, personality and enthusiasm. MS employ people who work well in teams and are outgoing and seen to be keen.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself, show your personality.
Make yourself aware of current projects and past projects.

Graduate Engineer, Rail at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

Be truthful and straightforward. Understand the role you are applying for and put down as much key information as possible without rambling on.

Interview Advice:

Be confident in yourself and speak to someone/get advice from people from the company before going for the interview.

Site Engineer, Highways at Morgan Sindall
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Interview Advice:

Be honest.

Graduate Engineer, Construction South – Poole at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

Think about what you are looking for within a company, if you are prepared to put hard work in then you will see the rewards.

Interview Advice:

Think about where you want to work, what sector you want to work in and what you want your future career path to look like.

Graduate Engineer, Infrastructure at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

Be willing to travel away from home as the best jobs are rarely on your doorstep and you get to meet new and interesting people as well as learning various approaches to solutions.
Get yourself onto the smaller sites as you get the highest level of responsibility on these sites.
Swap between different types of sites as being a jack of all trades is great for gaining experience.

Interview Advice:

Don't be afraid, they aren't going to bite your head off!

Graduate Site Engineer, Transport at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

Don't worry about knowing everything - you learn a lot on the job.

Interview Advice:

What projects I had done previously etc.

Graduate Engineer, Highways and General Civil at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

Attitude/ drive towards your work goes a long way.

Interview Advice:

Show you are really keen and willing to learn.

Graduate Design Manager, Design Management at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

Research the company's current and previous projects.

Interview Advice:

Know your job description.

Quantity Surveyor, Commercial at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

Network as much as possible, especially in career fairs and other similar opporunities.

Interview Advice:

Research not only on the company but its main rivals. Research the current trend of the construction industry. It's good to know what companies are doing well at what sector of construction.

Graduate Engineer, Aviation at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

Be yourself and know that you are meant to learn on the job - not know everything initially.

Interview Advice:

Don't pretend to know things you don't.

Graduate Civil Engineer, Highways at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

Do not underestimate the role safety plays on a construction site, this is an area that is largely left out during university.

Interview Advice:

Stay calm, be yourself. Ask questions, regardless of how stupid you may think they are.

Graduate Engineer, Aviation at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

Do some research on the industry with common methods and current projects. Come across as genuine, and demonstrate that you're enthusiastic about getting into the tunnelling industry.

Interview Advice:

Understand the company goals and aims, and what the company's unique selling point is. The tunnelling industry has a lot of opportunities coming up and the company is looking to carry on expanding and anyone with a good work ethos and genuine enthusiasm for tunnelling will likely thrive here.

Graduate Tunnel Design Engineer, UnPS at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

Make sure that you can demonstrate your understanding of the industry from academic experience gained from college or university and then follow up with any industry experience gained, as this is a key factor in getting a job within the industry and can give you a head start.

Interview Advice:

What is your understanding of the construction industry to date?

Graduate QS, Fareham at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

Good company to work for, and the interview process is not there to trick you.

Graduate Quantity Surveyor, Quantity Surveying at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

Apply early.

Interview Advice:

Prepare.

Graduate Quantity Surveyor, Commercial at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

Apply early.

Interview Advice:

Prepare.

Graduate Quantity Surveyor, Commercial at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

- be yourself.
- learn some information about the company i.e. what projects they are working on and have worked on in the past.

Interview Advice:

#NAME?

Quantity Surveying, Commercial at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

Be willing to work in a team, adaptable, willing to learn.

Interview Advice:

Know your CV, most questions around previous experience etc. what you've learnt at previous roles and education.

Grad Site Manager, at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

Try and get some sort of experience, even if it is just university visits.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself and be confident in what you know, the company aren't looking for someone who already knows everything - they are aware that as a graduate you don't always have years of experience.

Graduate Civil Engineer, Highways and General Civils at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

Research the company, show your interest in the projects they are working on.
The company has a friendly environment so do not be too terrified in the interview.

Graduate Engineer – Civil & Structural, Civil and Structural at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

Be enthusiastic and show that you want to learn.

Interview Advice:

Interviews were very casual, one to one, mainly finding out about me as a person and understanding what I wanted from them. As it is a Graduate job, you are learning all the time, so a strong knowledge base is helpful but definitely not essential.

Graduate Quantity Surveyor, Commercial at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

Partake in a year out in industry during your degree. It gives you and the company a year to get to know each other and whether or not you will be a good fit for each other in the future.

Interview Advice:

If the role you are applying for is site based talk a lot about teamwork and leadership roles you may have been in. Mentioning any activities that you have done outdoors goes down well as well. Integrate that with teamwork by talking about sports teams you may be with or clubs you may have joined like Duke of Edinburgh.

Graduate Engineer, Aviation at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

Be confident, adaptable and willing to commit.

Interview Advice:

Demonstrate you are good at talking with people and listening.

Graduate Site Manager, at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

Have a strong technical background and a drive to work in the industry.
Willingness to attend and achieve a high grade on the MSc in Tunneling and Underground Space

Interview Advice:

Show your technical abilities, but more importantly, show who you are as a person and how you would fit into the team.
Be keen to talk about your experiences and what you uniquely can contribute.

Tunnel Design Engineer, Major Projects at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

Ensure that you state how your skills gained will be effective within projects Morgan Sindall are currently carrying out.
Any experience you have gained should be stated, this is heavily weighted in the application process - especially surrounding safety.

Interview Advice:

Make sure you have done your research on Morgan Sindall and understand the companies working philosophies.
Understand the current situation within the industry and projects Morgan Sindall are working on within your area of application.

Graduate Engineer, Infrastructure / Utility Services at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

Do your homework, gain some design or site experience. Attend ICE lectures.

Graduate Tunnel Design Engineer, Underground Professional Services at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

Show a love for the subject and a willingness to learn, you learn a lot more on the job than you expect.

Interview Advice:

Show how you develop yourself and differentiate yourself from others.

Graduate Design Engineer, Tunnelling at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

Be yourself and demonstrate your own personality.

Show you are willing and flexible to fill any role.

Interview Advice:

Study up on CDM regs.

Demonstrate your understanding of Quality / H&S management.

Demonstrate your time keeping ability.

Bid Manager, Scotland at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

Show that there is more about you than just work!

Interview Advice:

Show your personality!

Graduate Quantity Surveyor, at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

Ensure you are wanting to work for a contractor and showcase your technical and practical knowledge where possible.

Interview Advice:

Show that you want to work for a contractor not a consultant and are willing to travel the UK.

Graduate Engineer, at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

Anyone joining Morgan Sindall will find that they join part of welcoming team that will encourage and assist you in your professional development to achieve whatever it is you have set out to do.

Interview Advice:

Prepare well.

Quantity Surveyor, Construction at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

Research the job role before you apply.

Quantity Surveyor, Manchester at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

Work hard and get your face/name known.

Interview Advice:

Be confident and come across as someone willing to learn and put hard work in.

Graduate Site Manager, Manchester at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

Gain work experience and show a keen interest. Attend networking events.

Graduate Engineer, Construction Infrastructure at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

Experience is a key item for this job. However if you can get on to the graduate scheme you will gain all the correct and valuable experience the right way.

Enthusiasm and an interest in construction is vital. This will go along way in motivating people and people listening to your advice and feedback.

Interview Advice:

Why Construction?
Why Morgan Sindall?
What can you bring?

Graduate Pre-Construction Planner, Pre-Construction East at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

Enjoy being allocated responsibility and being able to work as a team member. Also important to have confidence working as a young site manager and not afraid from making decisions.

Interview Advice:

Ensure you know your CV and to ask questions at the end of an interview, this will show the interviewers you have an interest in the job.
Furthermore it's fundamental you have a good background knowledge and understanding of the company you are having the interview with. For example, what sectors do they cover, what jobs have the worked on? etc.

Graduate Site Manager, Cardiff at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

Ensure past experience is relevant and mention degree qualifications.

Interview Advice:

Have a good view on where you expect to be in several years and be enthusiastic .

Graduate site manager, Manchester at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

Be yourself and show passion and commitment for the construction industry.

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Application Advice:

if you can get an industrial placement go for it, it will make you stand out from the crowd.

Graduate Site Engineer, Construction East at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

Be sure you definitely want to work in construction.

Interview Advice:

Relax, they're more interested in getting to know you than catching you out.

Graduate Engineer, Infrastructure at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

Be positive, honest, friendly. For this role, it doesn't matter how little construction knowledge you have - I didn't have any! Just remember to relate everything to yourself, the job role and the company.

Interview Advice:

Show your passion to construction industry.

Graduate Quantity Surveyor, at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

Be confident and prepared! Research the company and know how your academic and personal strengths would work within the industry and Morgan Sindall.

Interview Advice:

What makes you different to every other intelligent Engineer out there? Communication skills? Sporting achievements? Show that you are a success in and out of an academic structure.

Graduate Engineer, INFRASTRUCTURE at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

Be very ambitious and ready to demand support.

Interview Advice:

Prepare for questions on your people skills and problem solving skills.

Grad Engineer, Infrastructure at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

I would say APPLY NOW! The tunnelling sector is a major growth sector in engineering, the pay is above the general average for Civil Engineers and the projects are usually beneficial to society, for example the Thames Tideway project will help clean up the River Thames for people and fish alike!

There are many contractors working in the UK which are based abroad and there are good career prospects outside the UK as well as in.

Interview Advice:

Be honest and happy, if you have questions ask and just in general try to show good communication skills. It is probably taken as a given that if you are in the interview then you have the required academic background so try to differentiate yourself by seeming as though you would be a good addition to a team or an office.

Tunnel Design Engineer, Tunnelling at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

Use networking events such as career fairs. It will save the applicant more time and is a better way of making a good impression from the very start.

Interview Advice:

Read the NCE, familiarize yourself with what other contractors are currently doing well and what are they are not doing well at.

Graduate Engineer, Heathrow – Transport/Aviation at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

Presentation Skills are very important. Suit up for the interviews and tart your CV up as the interviewer will make his mind up in minutes.

Interview Advice:

Types of contracts used before? What I was taught at Uni? What kind of experience I had?

Quantity Surveyor, Aberdeen at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

Be honest and make sure you make it relevant to the company you are applying for.

Interview Advice:

Try and be confident at the interviews and do some research on the company.

Graduate Site Manager, Glasgow at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

- Any experience in any area is valuable. Work out how experiences can be applied to the job role.

- Always read the job role / spec and research the company (buildings, news, successes).

- Don't always apply through recruitment - get known by your

Interview Advice:

#NAME?

Graduate Design Manager, Construction East at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

Get involved in extra-curricular activities in school or university.
Be a team player and show strong communication skills developed through your interests and by being a members of organisations.
Prepare for long working hours and commitment to the project by being organised and achieving realistic goals.

Interview Advice:

Prove that you are ready for a job on the construction site by getting working experience on a construction site.
Questions at the interview are skill based. So be prepared to provide examples which demonstrate your skills.

Graduate Civil Engineer, Utilities at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

Have previous experience in field would definitely help

Interview Advice:

Be confident and make sure you have future plans in mind

Graduate Engineer, at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

Contact someone within the company first to start a dialogue.

Graduate Tunnel Design Engineer, Tunnelling, Rugby at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

To not only show an interest in design management but to show how you can improve the level of efficiency when designing/ constructing.

Interview Advice:

A question I was asked was: Can you give an example of where you have failed at something and tried to overcome it?

Design Manager, Design at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

Apply for this job, if you love a challenge, and want a job which is constantly changing and not falling into a routine.
Be aware that this job does bring along long working hours and for the best job, a requirement to be flexible with where you live.

Section Engineer, Glasgow at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

Research the company and what they do and ensure you want to go into the contracting side of civil engineering.

Interview Advice:

Make it clear you want to go into the contracting side of civil engineering and show that you are interested in the company and engineering in general.

Graduate Engineer, Transport at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

Don't dwell on technical details - for example bending moment diagrams etc. Instead focus on the ideas behind your work and think of how you can relate projects you have worked on to the role you are applying for and how they can demonstrate your skills. Also know your weaknesses and how you want to improve. Most of all, read the role description carefully and tailor your application to suit.

Interview Advice:

Compared to other interviews I had it was enjoyable and relaxed. They know your CV so just want to get to know you as a person and see what your future plans are. Research the company and focus on the specific area youre applying for. Also research the companies and the ICEs training scheme. Again - focus on the specific role when thinking of your strengths and weaknesses.

Graduate Engineer, MSPS, Manchester at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

Apply early and have experience.

Interview Advice:

Be enthusiastic and flexible to travel to the interviews.

Graduate Engineer – Civil & Structural, Civil and Structural at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

Show enthusiastic and good initiative. The projects can be fast paced and there is often a lot information to take on board in regard to project procedures (which vary considerably from project to project); so make sure you show that you're adaptable and a fast learner.

Interview Advice:

Look through construction drawings and have a basic understanding of CAD and the associated procedures.
Make sure that you know why you want to work for the company, as they will ask you!

Graduate Mechanical Services Engineer, Professional Services at Morgan Sindall
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Interview Advice:

Give a scenario on when you had an idea, presented it to your previous manager, supervisor or your lecturer and you idea was brushed aside with no explanation.

Graduate Engineer, Infrastructure at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

Morgan Sindall is filled with lots of down-to-earth people, emphasised by their focus on personal development, it's therefore best to get to know someone in the company before applying. Morgan Sindall Group contains quite a few companies who attend schools, universities, and other construction events, so you can easily find someone. As long as you're enthusiastic and friendly they'll be happy to direct you to the relevant department. While it's easier to go through the standard online applications, these just go through HR and remove any personal impact.

Interview Advice:

Main advice would be to prepare. Have an answer to every generic question you can find online. The interviewer would much rather get through the standard "give me a time when" questions as quickly as possible and move onto more personal questions, so it helps to have snappy responses. Always prepare things to ask the interviewer, and this shouldn't be "when will I hear back from you", or "will I get a bonus", you should ask something like "in what ways have Morgan Sindall supported your personal development", and drop into conversation knowledge on the company aims and objectives.

Graduate Technical Engineer, Energy at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

Need to show a desire for sustainability, innovation and future technologies.

Interview Advice:

Talk about Perfect Delivery

Design Manager, East at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

Show an ability and willingness to learn, be confident and remember the interviewers are only human.

Interview Advice:

Main interview question: "Why do you want to work for Morgan Sindall?"

Graduate civil engineer, Scotland at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

Business caters for all levels of qualification, apply even if unsure what grades/ qualifications you are expecting.

Interview Advice:

Confidence and willingness to learn

Graduate Civil and Structural Engineer, Professional Services at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

Ensure that you are well-rounded student and enjoy the design elements of your degree.

Graduate Engineer – Civil & Structural, Professional Services/Design at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

Show that you work well in teams and demonstrate a logical and analytical approach to problem solving.

Interview Advice:

Know exactly why you want to work for Morgan Sindall as opposed to another construction design consultancy.

Graduate Mechanical Services Engineer, Professional Services at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

Have a passion for electrical engineering and display confidence in your ability without conveying arrogance.

Interview Advice:

Ensure you display your knowledge of the field, give some background as to your hobbies and show an aptitude for public speaking.

Graduate Electrical Engineer, Stratford upon Avon at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

Use your initative and make your application stand out from the crowd focusing on your cover letter and what you would bring to the company and why you are passionate about working not only in the industry but for Morgan Sindall.

Interview Advice:

Be prepared to travel for the interview and with no travel expenses given. 1hr 30min interview ranged in formal and informal questions research the company and know about a few of your favourite projects that Morgan Sindall have been involved with.

Graduate Civil Engineer, at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

be prepared to work! grab every opportunity thrown at you with both hands and be prepared to learn.

Interview Advice:

know the history of the company, the sectors which we work in and a bit about the people interviewing you. be confident but not arrogant. express your desire to learn.

Graduate Site Manager, Brighton at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

- Tailor your cv
- Only show absolutely key information

Interview Advice:

- Prepare as much knowledge about company, current projects and designs as possible
- Stay relaxed and communicate as well as possible

Graduate Tunnel Design Engineer, Tunnelling at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

Be honest about what you know. Show that you are willing to learn, work as part of a team and on your own initiative.

Interview Advice:

Relax and have a clear understanding of Morgan Sindall's background, vision and philosophies. In addition to an understanding of where the industry is heading and what characteristics you possess that will help you strive in the position applied for.

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Application Advice:

Make sure you are willing to travel. If you are operationally based you will often be required to travel between the different offices/depots/operational sites which can be based on opposite ends of the country.

Graduate Electrical Engineering, at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

Tailer your application to the company. Nothing is as bad as a generic boring submission. Secondly, have your 2 page CV, and cut it down to a bespoke 1 page for each application. Lastly, ee-think everything you normally mention about yourself; both in emitting any non-value adding information, and better selling other points.

Interview Advice:

Go through all those websites with generic interview questions, and write an answer to every single one. Copy the most common answers onto a crib sheet, and practise that a week. When the interview comes you'll be able to reel off well explained examples confidently.

Graduate Engineer, Energy at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

I would get work experience at university and take part in sporting activities. As an athlete you are mroe capable of taking on more responsibilities and dealing with stress.

Interview Advice:

Interview questions are skill based.
The asked can you give me an example of how you avoided a risk hazard situation?
If you were on site as an engineer what would you be expected to do on a daily basis?
What management skills have you shown in the past?
What makes you the best engineer for Morgan Sindall?

Graduate Civil Engineer, Infrastructure at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

Be enthusiastic and with a keen attitude to learning and development, as this will be critical with developing to become a good site manager. Along with this, I would advise that acknowledging that you will make errors and mistakes, but the challenge of overcoming this and putting the effort in no matter how unrealistic will be highly beneficial, not only in learning outcomes, but also in making working relationships to learn

Interview Advice:

Research the company you are applying for thoroughly prior to the interview (preferably prior to application), and have a thorough and detailed set of questions about aspects of the business, goals for the future and areas that you will be involved in. It is also good to try to try and get to grips with what aspects of your job you will be challenged on, as I believe, if you aren't challenged, then you aren't learning, and that is crucial for a good career.

Graduate Site Manager, London at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

i would advice anyone to apply for graduate scheme with Morgan Sindall because they offer great oppertunities, help you to improve your skills & becoming profesional and very friendly where you would enjoy working.

Interview Advice:

Dress smart, be honest, smile, friendly, be confindent, do not be thinking you are in an interview because the interviewers are very friendly ( think like you have sat with a friend and telling them what you really think about the field you are working in and how you can improve it), show your good works and tell about your opinion about the industry i.e in a ( health safety and project delivering) point of view.

graduate engineer (site engineer), A1L2B at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

Good academic performance is obviously preferred, but it helps if you have also started to read about past and present tunnelling projects, technologies, construction techniques and maybe started to attend the British Tunnelling Society monthly lectures at the ICE.

Interview Advice:

Show interest and willingness to get involved in the tunnelling industry

Graduate Design Engineer, Underground Professional Services at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

Gain practical knowledge through placements and site based roles prior to entering a design based career. University topics are vastly different to what is expected of you within the construction industry. Research the firm you are interviewing for.

Interview Advice:

typicals questions include:

Why this firm?

What experience do you have?

Where do you see your self in 5-10 years?

Do you plan on completing professional chartership?

Civil/Structural Engineer, Morgan Sindall Professional Services at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

Be prepared to work long, sometimes unsociable hours. Work tends to come in waves, sometimes you will be rushed off your feet, at others work will be very slow. Try and push to work on a big variety of projects early on and keep up to date with your Continued Professional Development!

Interview Advice:

Come across that you love engineering/solving problems and are enthusiastic. They don't expect you to know much about the job and you won't be able to pretend you do. Just show enthusiasm with examples of projects that you have completed yourself or challenges overcome and they will sign you up!

Graduate Engineer, Infrastructure at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

Long hours may be required, need to be able to deal with a large amount of people in different situations

Quantity Surveyor, London at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

Communication skills are key, make sure you get your point accross clearly and make it as short and snappy as possible

Interview Advice:

Its good to understand some of the key projects happening in the office you are interviewing for in small detail. Its also useful to know a bit about their key clients and the area.

Design Manager, Northern Home Counties at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

Ensure that you can show willingness to learn and you are capable of multiple tasks/ several projects at once.

Interview Advice:

Show ambition and the ability to multi-task and adapt between a variety of projects/sectors.

Graduate – Business, Central Services at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

Try to get as much experience as possible before you are finished with studies.

Interview Advice:

Prepare for it like it's an exam. Approach strategically and research your interviewer if you can. Most importantly have your technical knowledge up there because without real industry experience it will be your saving grace.

GRADUATE QUANTITY SURVEYOR, AIRPORTS at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

Make sure you have the right qualifications and appropriate experience. Having experience in this sector gives you a big advantage over other candidates applying.

Interview Advice:

Research about the company you are applying for before the interview. Know what they are about and projects they have worked on, puts you in a good stead.

Graduate Quatity Surveyor, Scotland at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

Show case any examples of leadership, logical / analytical thinking, team work, communication skills and organisational skills you have.

Interview Advice:

Be prepared for why this industry? why Morgan Sindall? Very proud of ethos and values and wouldn't employ someone who doesn't showcase them. Be ambitious and communicate clearly.

Graduate Engineer, at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

Be yourself and be well presented. Good communication skills.

Interview Advice:

Revise your Contract Law knowledge.

Graduate Quantity Surveyor, Commercial at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

The preferred route with the company for graduates in Quantity Surveying is to gain sponsorship and achieve a degree at Loughborough University in Commercial Management and Quantity Surveying. The course has a year-out with the company and the experience is essential in assiting with development.

Interview Advice:

Research the company, current/past projects, the group structure etc. Helps to have an understanding of the industry, and what it is that actually appeals to you about surveying and the industry.

Graduate Quantity Surveyor, at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

Start speaking directly to the people involved with the projects and form that point of contact early.
Keep up to date with the current stories and projects and be enthusiastic.
Be honest, employers aren't interested in answers that you have made up, if you're not enthusiastic enough that you need to make up stories, you probably won't enjoy the job in the long term anyway.

Interview Advice:

Same as above, be yourself.
Make sure you know the basics of your degree, the technical questions are usually not hard but if you can't remember the easy stuff you can look bad. Always read the questions in activities - if you miss one word, the whole task can be a non-starter.

Graduate Engineer, Tunnelling at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

Look at the current work in the region your applying and show an active interest in that sector, you could also look at potential up and coming work opportunites,

Interview Advice:

Be confident, communicate clearly and show them that you have a genuine interest in engineering and can work as a team player.

Graduate Engineer, Civil/Structural at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

-Stand out by showing your other involvements/skills other than a degree as there will be a number of people with a degree that you will be competing against.
-Shown a level of organisation/structure and be rational
-Show your intelligence

Interview Advice:

#NAME?

Site Shift Engineer, Tunneling – London at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

Get experience before applying.

Interview Advice:

Emphasise desire to learn and obtain chartership.

Graduate Engineer, Airports at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

Be passionate about your goals and what you feel your enthusiasm will bring to the company. Make it clear to them that you will bring a valuable team member who is not afraid to voice their opinion.

Interview Advice:

Show confidence and be honest as to your ability within the role, if it is out of your comfort area show that you are willing to learn and even more importantly be armed with knowledge of the position and what the requirements of you will be. It is also incredibly beneficial to show ability to work within a team environment such as from sports or any real life application of this attribute.

Graduate Electrical Engineer, Stratford upon Avon at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

Be as specific as possible. Write down all your qualifications without exaggerations. Do not include things that only HR people want to hear.

Interview Advice:

Concentrate on your real technical skills. Be honest with yourself and the interviewers.

Graduate Design Engineer, at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

Be more than your academic results. We love working with interesting, enthusiastic creative people.

Interview Advice:

Be relaxed and find out about which projects we have coming up, and where you may be likely to be placed.

Graduate Engineer – Methods, Tunnelling at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

Come along to the British Tunnelling Society (BTS) meetings and get yourself introduced to and known by some of the senior engineers.

Interview Advice:

People like to know that you're proactive. Many people here do sport and fitness activities outside of work and have been involved in various organisations such as Engineers Without Borders, STEMNet, ICE grads/students and BTS Young Members. If you have that to talk about in an interview, it helps.

Civil Engineer, Tunnelling at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

Applying for a position with Underground Professional Services, it helps to attend a monthly British Tunnelling Society meeting to show that you have some passion for the industry.

Interview Advice:

Explain why tunnelling and underground construction interests you. Exceptional exam results aren't necessary but a desire to learn new and sometimes unique design methods is essential.

Graduate Engineer, Underground Professional Services at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

Work hard and ask all the questions you want, no one will put you down for being enthusiastic. Ensure that you show passion and dedication early on, as well as teamwork skills. Being able to integrate with different departments is vital to show all round skill and knowledge.

Interview Advice:

Be honest. Don't oversell yourself, but identify the reasons why you should be picked over other people. Key words - communication, dedicatation, enthusiasm, willing to learn all should be used.

Graduate Design Manager, East Anglia at Morgan Sindall
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Application Advice:

Get as much experience as possible on sites prior to applying/or request work experience.
Having experience stands you head and shoulders above the others applying.

Interview Advice:

Be realistic about your aspirations for career progression, no one will be a fully fledged project manager within 3 years.
Show a desire for the role and tell them why you think they would benefit from having you as part of their team.

Graduate Site Manager, at Morgan Sindall
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Best:

Plenty of work, one of the biggest construction organisations in the UK.
Good ethos and attention to improving standards.
One of the few major construction organisations not dependent on borrowing.

Worst:

Location is not always guaranteed.

Graduate Quantity Surveyor, Highways at Morgan Sindall
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Best:

Willing to support through all aspects of work.

Worst:

N/A

Graduate Quantity Surveyor, Commercial at Morgan Sindall
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Best:

Lots of training available.
Lots of different people work here. Not everyone is a copy of each other.

Graduate Quantity Surveyor, Commercial at Morgan Sindall
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Best:

Morgan Sindall is stable company and appears to have a sustainable growth.

Worst:

The environmental performance (at least) at my division is currently performing low.

Senior Engineer, Aviation at Morgan Sindall
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Best:

- Good colleagues
- Xmas parties and other work related parties
- Opportunity for bonuses

Worst:

- Can expect you to work long hours over and above contracted hours

Quantity Surveyor, Commercial at Morgan Sindall
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Best:

- Company benefits package
- Training support

Graduate Mechanical Engineer, Nuclear.Energy.Water at Morgan Sindall
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Best:

Reputation, support and recognition of their employees, strong financial standing in a slowing industry.

Worst:

Decentralised philosophy means that you may not be exposed to, or know about, everything the group company is doing, or have to opportunity to get involved in it.

Graduate Design Engineer, Morgan Sindall Engineering Solutions at Morgan Sindall
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Best:

Company is interested and invests in the learning, development and career progression of its staff.

Worst:

Red Tape.

Graduate Engineer, Nuclear Energy Water at Morgan Sindall
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Best:

Good culture and workplace environment.

Decent salary and benefits.

Interesting projects.

Worst:

Recent restructuring and organisation has made future a bit uncertain - may be focusing on many more boring "safe" projects in future.

Progression may be difficult later on - lots of lower level positions but progression could prove difficult.

Graduate Design Engineer, Engineering Solutions at Morgan Sindall
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Best:

Values.

Site Engineer, Highways at Morgan Sindall
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Best:

Invest heavily in their staff.

Worst:

Takes a long time for someone to rise up through the company.

Graduate Design Engineer, MSES at Morgan Sindall
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Best:

You will be given a career mentor to help you attain chartership and map out your career.

Worst:

The nature of the construction industry means graduates are spread out all across the country.

Graduate Engineer, Infrastructure at Morgan Sindall
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Best:

Big company with lots of varied work sites to gain experience

Worst:

high use of subcontractor operatives resulting in lots of employee changes.

Graduate Site Engineer, Transport at Morgan Sindall
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Best:

Good family - works together

Worst:

N/A

Graduate Engineer, Highways and General Civil at Morgan Sindall
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Best:

everyone within the company inspires me one way or another. always available to hear me out and explain anything needed

Worst:

commuting from home to office to site every day can get a bit tiring

Graduate Design Manager, Design Management at Morgan Sindall
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Best:

Pay and training

Worst:

Difficult colleagues

Quantity Surveyor, Commercial at Morgan Sindall
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Best:

My company covers a wide variety of sectors within construction, which provides graduates like myself plenty of opportunity. The pay/benefits are incredibly competitive which is good for anyone that is looking to save for a house.

Worst:

Other companies may have higher profile projects.

Graduate Engineer, Aviation at Morgan Sindall
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Best:

Like a large family

Worst:

N/A

Graduate Civil Engineer, Highways at Morgan Sindall
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Best:

Ethically conscious company to work for, it does not underestimate the roles of people and the planet.

Worst:

There can be a divide between office based staff and site based teams, although I appreciate that this would be very difficult to reduce.

Graduate Engineer, Aviation at Morgan Sindall
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Best:

The company offers a good starting package and has a very good reputation. It is currently driving to retain employees and is committed to structured training and future opportunities. The broad spectrum of work, from design work through to consulting, means that different experiences are available within the company if you do not like your role.

Worst:

Operating in the UK market alone means that no international opportunities are available.

Graduate Tunnel Design Engineer, UnPS at Morgan Sindall
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Best:

Training and development provided

Worst:

Monthly Reviews

Graduate QS, Fareham at Morgan Sindall
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Best:

Ability for Career Progression

Graduate Quantity Surveyor, Quantity Surveying at Morgan Sindall
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Best:

They take care of you and it is very personal.

Graduate Quantity Surveyor, Commercial at Morgan Sindall
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Best:

They take care of you and it is very personal.

Graduate Quantity Surveyor, Commercial at Morgan Sindall
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Best:

- have offices all over the country.
- provide lots of training opportunities.

Worst:

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Quantity Surveying, Commercial at Morgan Sindall
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Best:

Large, internal development and training.

Grad Site Manager, at Morgan Sindall
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Best:

You can approach anyone in the company and there is lots of engagement from directors. Lots of training and the graduate scheme works really well.

Worst:

You have to be where the jobs are which could be anywhere in the country.

Graduate Civil Engineer, Highways and General Civils at Morgan Sindall
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Best:

The friendly atmosphere means there is no such thing as a 'stupid question'.

Worst:

Administrative work.

Graduate Engineer – Civil & Structural, Civil and Structural at Morgan Sindall
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Best:

Training and support is always there when needed. The people are all like-minded and easy to get on with.

Worst:

Some systems used feel outdated.

Graduate Quantity Surveyor, Commercial at Morgan Sindall
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Best:

Although the company is very large it feels small as you can easily approach any employee no matter their job title. The directors are as easy to talk to as the site foreman. If there are any problems there are several people you can turn to for assistance.

Graduate Engineer, Aviation at Morgan Sindall
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Best:

-Investment into graduates and future employees
-Salary
-Opportunities

Worst:

Work/life balance difficult to manage.

Graduate Site Manager, at Morgan Sindall
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Best:

The people. The team is fantastic, diverse and a joy to work with on the challenging problems that arise in civil engineering.

Worst:

The IT can be slow and take time to give you the correct tools to work on the engineering problems that arise.

Tunnel Design Engineer, Major Projects at Morgan Sindall
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