Graduate Programme

Professional development, open to all

2024 Graduate Programme

Applications for the 2024 Graduate Programme are will open later in the year.
We are excited to announce that we will once again be welcoming a new graduate intake in 2024. Watch this space! 

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Is your aim to become chartered?

Lorien launched its graduate programme in 2015, and within a matter of months it had achieved IChemE Accredited Company Training Scheme (ACTS) status. This was shortly followed with accreditation from IMechE.

Our graduate programme is part of the firm’s wider professional development plan, which allows its qualified engineers to access IChemE and IMechE support structures, mentoring and training courses.

Want to find out more? Check out what Graduate opportunities we currently have by visiting our jobs board.

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The 2024 Graduate Scheme is currently not open.


Open to all

Lorien’s graduate programme is open to all staff working within the business who want to gain chartership – you don’t need to be fresh out of university to apply.  Having some time in industry can be an advantage.  

Our primary aim is to attract the best graduate candidates to the business.  The precise role can then be shaped and developed.


Accreditation to the IChemE and IMechE programmes underscores our commitment to high quality professional development.

Chris Bullock, Engineering Director

Variety – the spice of life?

We work in food and drinks, life sciences, brewing, advanced manufacturing, sustainable energy, and logistics networks.

Our work takes team members to many destinations, with projects in the UK, Western, Central and Eastern Europe, Asia, Africa and North America.

Our graduates have the opportunity to work on all parts of the project cycle, from design concept through to on-site construction.

Want to find out more? Check out what Graduate opportunities we currently have by visiting our jobs board.

If you would like to register your interest for future graduate recruitment campaigns, please forward your details (including your intended qualification and graduation date) to the following info email address.



Learning Achievement Award

Young engineer Lou Charpentier-Dusoir has won the award for Graduate Learner of the Year at the seventh annual Engineering Construction Industry Training and Development Awards in London.

Lorien also received a commendation in the SME of the Year category in recognition of its overall approach and commitment to training and development.

Lou Charpentier-Dusoir is one of nine graduate engineers who joined Lorien across its UK and Poland offices in 2017. Lou hails from Orléans in France and joined Lorien’s Packaging department following her degree in Mechanical Engineering and Master of Science in the Design of Rotating Machines. 

Lou said: “I was attracted to join Lorien by the diverse range of clients and projects, along with the opportunity to experience the full life cycle of projects. I’m learning so much from the expertise and experience in the team.”

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Chris Bullock (Engineering Manager), Lou Charpentier-Dusoir (Graduate Engineer), David Mallinson (Director), Steve Bayley (Consultant Engineer & Graduate Mentor)

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