Severn Trent
About us

At Severn Trent there’s a wonderful world full of opportunities. From operational to technology, finance to project management. No matter what your path so far, there’s something for everyone.

Our internships

We currently offer two internships including:

Business Insight Analyst

We currently have several fantastic opportunities for Business Insight Analysts to join our team for a 9 month placement.

Locations: Coventry and Derby.

Green Recovery Project Manager

We currently have several fantastic learning opportunities,  These internships are 9 months and will give you a real insight into working life, as well as being part of an exciting project. The Green Recovery project is all about tackling our ambitious plans to support our communities, the environment and our customers.

Location: Coventry

Year in industry

We also offer 3 different Year in Industry programmes including:

Visitor Experience Team Ranger

Working as a ranger, you’ll gain in-depth experience and training in Customer Service at one of Severn Trent’s busy and beautiful visitor sites.

Human Resources

You’ll have a fantastic opportunity to work across various HR functions such as employee relations, attendance, performance and talent management processes, recruitment and reward to support the delivery of the Severn Trent Services people plan.

Process Engineer

Gain in-depth experience and training as a process engineer

  • We provide over eight million people across our region with fresh, clean drinking water every day – that’s about two billion litres.
  • We’re based in the Midlands and are responsible for providing, cleaning and treating water.
  • We already use our sites to generate renewable power, through wind turbines, solar panels, and anaerobic digestion of specially grown crops, treated waste and food that isn’t fit for consumption.
  • We’ve signed up to the triple carbon pledge – to be carbon zero, to use all renewable power and to have an all-electric fleet of vehicles by 2030.
  • Our plans include ambitions to improve biodiversity throughout our region, including planting more than 1.3 million trees, establishing new wildflower meadows and restoring moorland, and restoring bog and peatland, all of which will help fight climate change and protect our water supplies.