Peter Brett Associates

Employees
UK: 700
Internationally: 50
Graduate Vacancies: 40 (Sept 2018)
Internships: 10 (Summer 2018)

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What does your organisation do?

Peter Brett Associates LLP (PBA) is an independent practice of engineers, planners, scientists, and economists delivering major development and infrastructure projects.

We provide trusted advice to create value from the land and buildings owned or operated by our clients. Together, we create better places for the communities in which we work.

We have a regional spread of offices with a depth of technical skills throughout the UK, and an associated company in Prague that serves central European markets.

What area(s) / disciplines of engineering and technology do you recruit?

Civil Engineering, Structural Engineering, Architectural Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Building Services Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Hydrology and Water Engineering, Transport Planning/ Engineering

How do you create an inclusive workforce?

Sometimes, solutions come from where you least expect them. Our ethos attracts independently minded and diverse people. We relish the challenges this brings and how this enables us to grow and stay ahead of the game.

Each PBA employee and each PBA client is valued as a person – not as an asset. Collaborating closely, respecting everyone’s contribution and being ambitious helps us to deliver truly multi-disciplinary projects. These core values, and the freedom to make our own decisions, are the springboard for your career development at PBA.

Building exceptional working relationships inspires our work and gives us all the opportunity to engage with great projects and great people. By working together, we drive creativity and deliver something of value to the world around us. That’s why we love what we do and get a buzz from coming to work.

PBA is committed to a policy of equal opportunities.

Top 5 tips for applying for a role at Peter Brett Associates

  1. Be yourself: we don’t conform to the ordinary
  2. Be creative: rules are the floor and not the ceiling
  3. Be ambitious: pursue success
  4. Be inquisitive: challenge convention
  5. Be collaborative: exceptional working relationships inspire exceptional work