Promoted: Unlock the Next Step in Your Environment Career at Atkins’ Virtual Careers Fair

20th May 2022

Atkins’ Environment Virtual Careers Fair: Thursday 26 May 2022, 10.00-15.00 UK time. Chat with team members, meet the recruiters and find out more about projects and team culture.

Atkins’ Environment Practice is engineering a better future across numerous niche and mega projects. Talented teams work at the forefront of the sector, delivering high-quality work driven by doing the right thing. Join Atkins for opportunities to lead in growth areas, such as Net Zero, ESG and Biodiversity Net Gain, adding social value across the organization and its clients’ operations.

Who should attend

If you’re interested in the areas below, this Virtual Careers Fair is for you. Otherwise, sign up to Atkins’ fantastic Talent Community for more 2022 job events.

  • Water: flood, drought, quality, rivers, coastal, marine
  • Planning, infrastructure advisory, economics
  • Ecology: biodiversity net gain, innovation and nature-based solutions
  • Environmental management, EIA, heritage
  • Land / water / air quality and waste: contaminated land, hydrogeology and waste & resource management
  • Sustainability & Resilience: climate and Net Zero


Work in a supportive, inclusive culture.

Did you know? LinkedIn rates Atkins as one of the UK’s Top 25 Companies where professionals want to work and stay once they join. The organization develops all staff members through an active internal and external training portfolio. Its people are committed to creating an inclusive working environment where everyone can thrive together. This Virtual Careers Fair is your chance to ask how Atkins’ flexible and remote working policies could work for you. And to learn more about their recent pledges for Women’s Equality, being ‘Disability Confident’ and an ‘Inclusive Employer.’

Can’t make it on the day? Search and apply for jobs via Atkins’ careers site.



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