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ENERGY TRANSITION & UTILITIES
ENTRY ROUTE

What is the Energy Transition & Utilities Accelerate Programme Pathway?

The Energy Transition & Utilities (ET&U) pathway of the Accelerate programme is designed for talented graduates passionate about supporting clients in their transformations across areas such as Nuclear, Water, Energy Retail, Energy Distribution & Transmission, and Energy Transition. We deliver sustainable change focussing on the future of our clients, creating business value through newly designed solutions.

The Accelerate Programme consists of 2 parts:

  • The Institute (circa 3 months)
  • The Academy (circa 18 months)

Your first 3 months of the Accelerate Programme will be spent within The Institute, where you will learn core consulting skills and gain a broad understanding of everything we do at Capgemini Invent within a feed-back rich environment.

Following your time in The Institute, you will join the Energy Transition & Utilities Academy. The team structure of the Energy Transition & Utilities Academy is as follows:

The Focus of Your Role

As an Associate Consultant you will embark on a stimulating and exciting journey where you will develop key skills that influence how our clients evolve the way they work, perform, and achieve their goals. You’ll have the opportunity to work on a large variety of initiatives, from large scale transformation programmes to smaller scale advisory assignments. You will ensure the smooth delivery of end-to-end projects by working flexibly, demonstrating intellectual capability, and delivering innovative solutions for clients.

Your day-to-day tasks can vary from:

  • Engagement with senior stakeholders
  • Conducting analysis of data or business requirements
  • Designing business strategies
  • Through to delivering workshops and collaboratively working in cross-functional teams to drive continuous business performance improvement.

What you will need

We are interested to hear from you if you have experience working in the industries we operate in and are keen to start a career in an environment where you can drive change.

Ideally, you will have some, or all of the following:

  • A natural curiosity in Energy Transition & Utilities and how the sector will impact our future economies and communities as we strive for carbon neutrality
  • A passion for making a real impact with the companies that comprise our critical infrastructure, and keep the lights on
  • A desire to work with organisations to drive operational efficiency and customer experience improvements for their employees and customers
  • Familiarity with concepts and/or practical experience relating to digital transformation technologies

At Capgemini Invent, although academics form part of our overall hiring decision, we do not select candidates purely on academic performance. We will assess your suitability for a role using several tools including video interviewing and assessment centres (all currently being held virtually).

Learning & Development

When you enter the Energy Transition & Utilities Entry Route, a heavy emphasis is placed on your development and being able to learn a variety of skills in a multitude of environments.

During the programme you will benefit from wider learning opportunities and can choose from a suite of courses and accreditations including:

  • Agile @ Scale (Scrum Master, Product Owner, SAFe)
  • Lean Six Sigma
  • Change Management
  • Design Thinking
  • Business Analysis
  • UPGreen (Sustainability Course)
  • Industry-tailored courses

To drive your own personal development, you will also have access to Capgemini’s existing suite of trainings with 3600+ courses from 160+ internationally recognised universities, all to support your development across all industry critical topics.

What you can expect

Working alongside a world-class team with a wealth of consulting and industry experience, you will begin to create relationships across the organisation and acquire a foundation of consulting skills, tools and methodologies to help you accelerate your career. You will be part of a project team, building trust-based relationships at the heart of a client’s organisation, helping them change the way they work and transforming their business to achieve their goals. You’ll get early responsibility and build your skills through interesting and challenging work.

Why Capgemini Invent?

As a team, we value:

Engagement: We believe in providing a stimulating working environment where our consultants are empowered to share their values and are engaged in purposeful work.

Inclusiveness: We are building a diverse and inclusive environment that embraces and values different points of view. We run regular meetups, alumni events, and away days – all as chances to connect with the team, have fun and learn something new.

Diversity: Capgemini positively encourages applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital status, or pregnancy and maternity. We are committed to hiring, developing and retaining the best people to deliver innovative, world-class solutions for our clients. We foster an inclusive culture that enables everyone to achieve their full potential and enjoy a fulfilling career with us. Our comprehensive flexible benefits package and lifestyle policies enable our employees to balance their individual, family and work-life needs.

Within the Energy Transition & Utilities Academy there are a variety of roles that you may take on, that include, but are not limited to:

As a Business Capability Analyst, you will work with key business stakeholders, having responsibility for understanding business capability needs (as-is and to-be) and using this to maturity assess clients on their progress towards their strategic ambitions.

As a Scrum Master, you will guide teams and organisations on how to use Agile/Scrum practices. You will facilitate reviews, retrospectives, daily stand ups and planning meetings, working closely with the scrum team and stakeholders, dealing with blockers and impediments.

As a Change Consultant, you will work closely with stakeholders to understand the vision for change and identify the impacts of the change on the business, communicating these impacts to wider stakeholders.

As a Business Process Analyst, you will analyse key business processes for inefficiencies and opportunities to automate or robotise, creating innovative solutions which improve the efficiency of energy and utilities businesses.

As a PMO, you will manage project schedules and programmes to ensure tasks and deliverables meet the required milestones. You will also focus on risk management, typically working with key client stakeholders to resolve potential issues throughout the programme.