From here, you can choose to go far. Join RWEST – the trading company of RWE – and you’ll become an vital part of one of the most progressive energy companies in the world. We’re leading the way towards a more sustainable future, with green energy now representing the core of our business. And here at RWEST, we drive this progress on the global energy markets.
Our 1,800 talented people work in Essen, London and Swindon, and as far and wide as Europe, Asia and North America. We’re experts in everything from supply and trading, to commercial, finance and IT. And together, we find innovative energy supply and risk-management solutions for companies and trading partners all around the world.
Behind the progress we’re making, you’ll find a powerfully collaborative culture throughout the entire RWE Group. We empower all our graduates to make a big contribution – supporting your development and encouraging your ambitions. Across the world, everyone here has the opportunity to explore our business and grow their careers. After all, we can only keep on making our impact if our people can keep on making theirs.
From here, you’ll get to start your career with a global energy company that is as ambitious as you are. So choose RWE.
What does your apprenticeship involve day-to-day?
My day-to-day life involves running of meetings, creating and presenting reports, ensuring everyone in the project knows what they are doing and why. As well as this I have to complete my apprenticeship work which mainly consists of independent research which links to my portfolio.
What part of your apprenticeship have you found most enjoyable so far?
Being a part of a team who have made me feel so welcome and integrated from day one. Straight away there was an ethos of no silly questions and being able to ask for help and people really wanting to help.
What part of your apprenticeship are you most looking forward to?
Having more knowledge and understanding of my role as well as being given more responsibility. With this I hope I will have more and more confidence in myself to make decisions. As well as this being given the opportunity to gain further qualifications outside of my apprenticeship.
What drew you to the energy industry?
What drew me to the energy industry was the idea of being able to work on exciting and innovating projects. As well as this, looking to RWE’s sustainability plans and the increase in their renewable energy department.
What advice would you give to those thinking of taking up an apprenticeship?
To take every step of the process as an experience and to learn from it. The great part of being an apprentice is you are in the role you are in to learn, you aren’t expected to know everything so when you take every chance as an opportunity to learn on the job.