Our Graduate Talent Programme Streams
Where will your career take you?
It has never been a more exciting time to join Uisce Éireann, we are a rapidly growing orgnaisation and we are looking for ambitious and talented graduates from all disciplines to join us in transforming water services for Ireland.
For 2024 we are recruting across 8 different streams, covering all parts of the organisation. Each stream will include rotations to different teams giving you a unique opportunity to work on diverse projects and exposure to a variety of stakeholders.
Regardless of which opportunity you choose you will participate in our bespoke graduate learning pathway ‘Uisce University’, supporting your ongoing development as a future leader of Uisce Éireann. Some streams also include financial and practical support for relevant professional qualifications. All streams are two years in duration with the exception of Finance which is three and a half years. A number of permanent roles with Uisce Éireann will be on offer at the end of the Programme.
Discover your perfect fit
Click on each of the boxes below to learn more about the opportunities on offer and discover which one is right for you.
Ready to apply?
Apply by sending your CV to email@example.com by November 6th, 2023, stating the title of the stream you are applying to in the subject line of your email. Please also answer the following questions in your cover email:
- Do you have the legal right to work in Ireland for the period of the programme you are applying for? If you require a visa to work for the duration of the programme, please confirm the type of visa you intend to apply for.
- Are you interested in any streams other than the one you have applied for? If so, please advise which other streams you would be interested in.
We look forward to hearing from you
Committed to providing a diverse and inclusive workplace with a robust strategy and framework to enable this, Uisce Éireann is an equal opportunity employer and we welcome and encourage applications from interested and suitably qualified individuals regardless of gender, age, racial or ethnic origin, member of traveller community, religion or beliefs, sexual orientation, gender identity or disability.