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Graduate Training Programme

Introduction

This scheme is for graduates looking for a career in property, who want to become accredited by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) and work towards becoming a qualified surveyor.

  • Two year programme
  • Two seat rotations
  • Work in asset management, investment and development
  • Generous package and benefits

A cohort of four graduates will complete 12 month placements in both Development and Asset Management. These will be based within our Greater London and Thames Valley teams, working across our dual state-of-the-art UK headquarters located in Oxford Circus and at the heart of Europe’s largest single-ownership trading estate in Slough respectively.

"The graduate scheme at SEGRO is a fantastic opportunity to work hands-on with our assets and customers from day one and benefit from excellent APC experience with a huge amount of support from across the business"

Jo Jackson Director, Thames Valley

Early Careers at SEGRO

During your two year programme at SEGRO, we will support you to complete your APC (Assessment of Professional Competence) through the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS).

We welcome applications from keen individuals who are passionate about property, that have studied any degree discipline and are committed to studying to complete their APC. If you do not or will not have a RICS accredited degree, you will complete a RICS accredited Masters in addition to your APC during the programme via the University College of Estate Management. This route will require 20% of your time towards study.

Why SEGRO?

We are the multi award-winning market leader in UK and European industrial property, with a portfolio worth £17.1bn comprising 8.8 million square metres of space.

Our purpose is “to create the space that enables extraordinary things to happen” – we apply this approach both to the customers whose business success happens in our buildings, and also to our employees whose career success happens with us.

You will work with customers ranging from global giants like Amazon and DHL to local innovators like Camden Town Brewery and Brompton Bycycle.

We are a truly responsible organisation as demonstrated through our charity work, community engagement and approaches to sustainability, the environment and health & safety for everyone who works for or with us.

We’re officially a great place to work, with 97% of employees saying they’re proud to work for SEGRO and 94% feeling highly engaged with the organisation and their work (2020).

We are proud to have recently been awarded National Equality Standard certification and of the fact that 95% of our employees feel valued for their individual differences.

With a total headcount of c.360 in the UK and across Europe, you won’t just be a number but will have opportunities to create real connections and make a meaningful impact.

Benefits and Perks

Our agile working policy allows extensive flexibility around working at different offices and working from home.

Competitive package including; 25 days annual leave, signing-on bonus, private health care, pension, life assurance. As well as; annual medical check-up, wellbeing awareness events programme, annual charity day of giving.

We provide excellent opportunities for training and development, supporting employees with their career ambitions.

All employees participate in our annual bonus scheme and have the opportunity to own a stake in the company through share schemes open to everyone.

We have a range of high quality education and training on personal and professional skills that enable our people to fulfil their potential. We will also provide you with external training opportunities in preparation for the APC, and fully support you through the APC process in order to become MRICS qualified.

For those graduates that have not undertaken a property-related RICS accredited degree, we will sponsor and support you through distance learning MSc Real Estate at University College of Estate Management.

What we’re looking for

You will have completed, or being working towards completing your degree, with a predicted grade of 2:1 or above.

You will have strong interpersonal skills, as well as good written, numerical and IT skills.

You will be well organised with the ability to work on your own initiative and effectively prioritise.

A keen interest and passion for our business. You will gain all the skills and training required for the job, but we want you to be willing to learn and get involved.

Next steps

The Graduate Programme 2021 has now closed.  When the next application period is open, details will be posted here.

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