Nijhuis UK & Ireland: Graduate Engineer

We are a specialist wastewater treatment and waste to energy turnkey solution provider with a design, build, maintain and operate capability.

We are offering an exciting opportunity for a Graduate Engineer to join our successful Consultancy Division at our Truro office. You will be working on foul, surface water, SuDS and flood risk projects.

The successful applicant will be responsible for the preparation, issue and management of technical project information reports, including drawing information and calculations in accordance with the standard requirements of the Company.

You must have a relevant degree in Civil Engineering or in an Environmental related subject, alongside a sound technical grounding in Civil or Environmental related engineering.You should have good IT skills and ideally hold a full current driving licence as travel will be required on occasions.

The position will be based at our Truro office although you may be required to travel to sites across the UK and be expected to stay away from home on occasions.

A competitive salary is offered for this position.

Who we are

Nijhuis Industries delivers ‘solid solutions in a fluid world’ as a response towards a greener economy. Nijhuis is aiming to turn cost centres into profit centres with solutions for sustainable water use and resource recovery. To accommodate the customer requirements, Nijhuis offers Design, Build, Finance, Operate and Maintain (DBFMO) installations to meet today’s challenges, as well those of the future, across a wide range of industries and municipalities in today’s ‘fluid’ world. With more than 2400 references sites and activities in over 110 countries around the globe, it is our ambition to help customers and deliver solutions to:

  • Reduce the amount of (waste)water and effluent charges;
  • Reuse treated effluent or process water;
  • Recover water and resources from your waste and (waste)water.

Please send your CV with a covering letter to Amanda Pratley, HR Manager by emailing The closing date for all applications is 9 November 2018 and we would anticipate an early start date.