We are sorry, but we cannot help in this circumstance. You need the right to work in the UK, EU and Switzerland before you apply.
The nature of the job requires commuting Monday to Thursday to the client site, and you will stay in a hotel during this time. Consequently, your location at the weekend can be flexible, so long as you may easily get to a large airport or train station to get to site. Being within commuting distance of our offices will make life easier when not on site.
Absolutely, please contact Andy Redfern (firstname.lastname@example.org) for enquiries regarding the UK office, and Ewald van Ravenswaay (email@example.com) for enquiries regarding the Swiss or German offices, and we will be in touch to arrange a call.
We do not currently offer internships.
Most of your learning will be on the job, but we start with one week of intensive training in our basic methodology, followed by a second week at CATCH. CATCH is an absolutely excellent training opportunity, where we spend a week in a fully functional chemical plant used for training purposes, and work in teams to solve some complex technical problems in a full, real life factory simulation.
Yes, the German office is open for applications.
Please send us your CV and cover letter, mention your situation and we will make arrangements for you to sit the test another time.
Not at all - we welcome applications from any university so long as you are in your final year of a technical degree. If you are applying to join the London office we will arrange for you to attend the assessment centres at either the Oxford or Cambridge venues.