WSP Careers and Employment

What is it like to work at WSP?

3.7Work/Life Balance
3.0Job Security/Advancement
Recruitment Company - Not An Engineering Company
Written by Rail Project Management & Control (PM&C) - TFGM (Former Employee) from Manchester on 26 July 2018
As a Graduate Mechanical Engineer you will more than likely be seconded to Transport for Greater Manchester or Network Rail. In the first year you will do minor admin tasks and write meeting minutes. Eventually you will ask to leave one of these client offices (having been driven nuts) and will ask for a role in design. One year later, or less in many - more... cases you will leave. Avoid if you can, even if the pay is a few grand more than other jobs. - less
ProsRecruit friendly Graduates
ConsManagement don't care, WSP aren't too fussed about retention of staff, Development opportunities are few and far between.
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