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Our graduate roles

Discover which graduate role is best for you

All our graduate roles are a blended experience of rotations, development workshops, webinars and more.

On your two-year scheme, you’ll make a positive impact, achieve a lot and learn a lot along the way – you’ll also have plenty of support from your mentor and manager.

Please apply early as we receive high numbers of applications for our graduate scheme. We may also close the application window early depending on the number of applications we receive.

With a collaborative approach, you’ll work closely with project teams and internal stakeholders. You’ll be responsible for delivering quality projects on time and within budgets, all while keeping an eye on potential risks. This will give you a great understanding of different elements of a project lifecycle, all while developing your communication and management skills.

Throughout this two-year course, you’ll work towards achieving a professional qualification. As part of your learning, you’ll take part in six practical development workshops and four webinar sessions. Plus, you’ll combine your academic and practical learning to deliver a personal project that contributes to TfW.

To apply, you’ll have a degree in a relevant area, such as Business Studies, Business Management, Operations Management or something similar. Your studies mean that you’re now confident at prioritising tasks and balancing your workload. And as a real team player, you’ll enjoy delivering team projects and working with others. Work or volunteering experience in a related field is desirable, as are Welsh language skills.

Location

Location

Pontypridd
Closing date

Closing date

9am, 02 November 2021
>Salary

Salary

£27,000

Your day-to-day

You’ll get great insights into everything from commercial strategy, right through to customer experience. And by working closely with project teams and stakeholders, you’ll quickly build your professional network. We’ll also support you to manage different elements of a project lifecycle. Throughout this two-year course, you’ll work towards achieving a professional qualification. As part of your learning, you’ll take part in six practical development workshops and four webinar sessions. Plus, you’ll combine your academic and practical learning to deliver a personal project that contributes to TfW.

You’ll need

To apply, you’ll need experience of delivering team projects and a degree in a relevant area like Business Studies, Business Management or Operations Management. This’ll be backed up by excellent communication skills, along with the ability to balance your workload. Work or volunteering experience in a related field is desirable, as are Welsh language skills.

Location

Location

Pontypridd
Closing date

Closing date

9am, 02 November 2021
>Salary

Salary

£27,000

Your day-to-day

Working closely with different teams, you’ll help to deliver a wide range of communication and engagement projects and activities. You’ll make sure projects are delivered in a timely and cost-effective manner, while also focusing on achieving your own personal project.

Throughout this two-year course, you’ll work towards achieving a professional qualification. As part of your learning, you’ll take part in six practical development workshops and four webinar sessions. Plus, you’ll combine your academic and practical learning to deliver a personal project that contributes to TfW.

You’ll need

To apply, you’ll need a degree in one of the following areas: branding, business studies, communications, English literature, marketing psychology, media, politics or public affairs. You’ll also have an interest in transport and sustainability and feel confident delivering multiple projects. Creative, proactive and organised, you’ll get the best out of this scheme.
Work or volunteering experience in a related field is desirable, as are Welsh language skills.

Location

Location

Pontypridd
Closing date

Closing date

9am, 02 November 2021
>Salary

Salary

£27,000

Your day-today

As a graduate engineer, you’ll support the delivery of our projects and infrastructure objectives. You’ll be involved with various elements of a project lifecycle and work with varied teams, including asset engineering, signalling or project delivery. From schedules and scope to risk and contracts, you’ll gain a rounded understanding of our operations.

Throughout this two-year course, you’ll work towards achieving a professional qualification. As part of your learning, you’ll take part in six practical development workshops and four webinar sessions. Plus, you’ll combine your academic and practical learning to deliver a personal project that contributes to TfW.

You’ll need

To apply, a relevant degree is essential. This could include electrical, electronic or mechanical engineering. You’ll also need to have great communication skills and the ability to work well in a team. Work or volunteering experience in a related field is desirable, as are Welsh language skills.

Location

Location

Pontypridd
Closing date

Closing date

9am, 02 November 2021
>Salary

Salary

£27,000

Your day-to-day

As part of TfW’s in-house finance provision, you’ll gain a real understanding of what it takes to succeed in this specialism. You’ll support the effective delivery of our finance activities and manage various projects. You’ll also spend time with different areas, including pensions, consolidations and internal audit. In each department, you’ll deliver projects in line with time, cost and quality demands.

Throughout this two-year course, you’ll work towards achieving a professional qualification. As part of your learning, you’ll take part in six practical development workshops and four webinar sessions. Plus, you’ll combine your academic and practical learning to deliver a personal project that contributes to TfW.

You’ll need

To apply, your mathematical competency will be evidenced by a relevant degree. You’ll also be a great communicator and you’ll enjoy working collaboratively. You’ll show real financial acumen, and be confident about sharing ideas. Plus, you’ll identify any project risks and flag these early. Work or volunteering experience in a related field is desirable, as are Welsh language skills.

Location

Location

Pontypridd
Closing date

Closing date

9am, 02 November 2021
>Salary

Salary

£27,000

Your day-to-day

You’ll work closely with teams within the People and Organisational Development directorate. You’ll provide weekly project updates, ensuring all activities are delivered to the highest quality, on time and within cost. Not only will you gain key transferrable skills, but you’ll also take part in several rotations during the scheme. You could spend time with the recruitment, learning and development or HR service delivery teams.

Throughout this two-year course, you’ll work towards achieving a professional qualification. As part of your learning, you’ll take part in six practical development workshops and four webinar sessions. Plus, you’ll combine your academic and practical learning to deliver a personal project that contributes to TfW.


You’ll need

To apply, you’ll need to be working towards a relevant degree such as HR management or business studies. You’ll also be a confident communicator, able to work well in a team and liaise with senior stakeholders. As a proactive individual, you’ll take advantage of on-the-job training, all while developing your technical competency. Work or volunteering experience in a related field is desirable, as are Welsh language skills.

Location

Location

Pontypridd
Closing date

Closing date

9am, 02 November 2021
>Salary

Salary

£27,000

You day-to-day

As a graduate project manager, you’ll contribute to the delivery of a wide range of infrastructure projects. Our infrastructure projects range from station and road enhancements to major network overhauls. Working closely with project teams, you’ll manage various elements of the project lifestyle. From scheduling to resources, you’ll deliver projects in line with cost, time and quality requirements.

Throughout this two-year course, you’ll work towards achieving a professional qualification. As part of your learning, you’ll take part in six practical development workshops and four webinar sessions. Plus, you’ll combine your academic and practical learning to deliver a personal project that contributes to TfW.

You’ll need

To apply, you’ll need a degree in engineering, project management or a similar field. You’ll also need to be highly organised and able to multi-task. While you can follow directions, you’ll also use your own initiative when required. You’ll also be a confident communicator with experience of delivering team projects. Work or volunteering experience is desirable, as are Welsh language skills.

Location

Location

Pontypridd
Closing date

Closing date

9am, 02 November 2021
>Salary

Salary

£27,000

Your day-to-day

You’ll provide a range of procurement support activities, including demonstrating value for money, identifying opportunities to improve efficiencies and keeping up with industry changes. You’ll also work with the Contract Manager on contract management plans, supplier management and any price negotiations or legal issues. 

Throughout this two-year course, you’ll work towards achieving a professional qualification. As part of your learning, you’ll take part in six practical development workshops and four webinar sessions. Plus, you’ll combine your academic and practical learning to deliver a personal project that contributes to TfW.

You’ll need

To apply, you’ll be a great team player, while still taking your own initiative. This’ll be backed up by a degree in a relevant discipline, and your ability to prioritise tasks and balance your workload. You’ll also be a confident communicator. With good IT skills and a passion for learning, you’ll quickly develop your skills and get the most out of the scheme.

Work or volunteering experience in a related field is desirable, as are Welsh language skills.

Location

Location

Pontypridd
Closing date

Closing date

9am, 02 November 2021
>Salary

Salary

£27,000

Application process

Application form

Please enter your personal details and answer some supporting questions.

Video interview

This is our opportunity to get to know you. In this online interview, we’ll discuss things in more detail and you’ll have a chance to ask us questions.

Virtual assessment

The video interview is a recorded interview where you’ll login to an online system, be presented with several questions and record your answers.