Applying for a job at Doosan Babcock is simple. If you want to apply for a vacancy advertised on this site, simply click on the apply button on the vacancy page.
This will provide you with detailed information about the role, and lead you through our online application process.
We might ask you to answer a few questions when you apply. We do this to check that you have the right qualifications and skills for the role, and to make certain that we comply with any legal or business requirements.
You can register for job alerts online, and we’ll notify you when opportunities of interest to you are available in the future.
Once we've reviewed your application and established that you meet the requirements for the role, we’ll invite you for an interview.
Our invitation will include details of the interview format and any tests or assessments that form part of the interview process.
We will assist you with arranging travel to your interview, whether it is held locally or in another part of the UK. In some cases, we’ll arrange for the interview to take place by video conference.
If, unfortunately, you haven’t been selected for interview, we’ll let you know as soon as possible. We will keep your details on file for future opportunities unless you ask us not to.
Doosan Babcock operates an Equal Opportunities policy to ensure that no applicant or employee receives less favourable treatment on the grounds of:
Our policy ensures that you will not be disadvantaged by conditions or requirements that cannot be shown to be justifiable.
We frequently review our selection criteria and procedures to ensure that you are selected, promoted and treated on the basis of your relevant merits and abilities.
We need to ensure that you are medically fit for employment before we can formally offer you a position.
All candidates are required to complete a medical questionnaire and, for certain positions, you may need to have a medical examination.
The nature of these examinations varies, and depends on the role you’re applying for. We’ll provide you with full details before your interview.
If you're successful, our HR team will contact you to formally offer you the position.
We’ll send you an official offer pack, which includes our employment terms and conditions.
Our team will let you know if the position requires you to relocate, and will send you the details of our relocation policy with the formal offer.
If you receive a job offer by email from Doosan Babcock – it is a fraud!
We always carry out a formal recruitment process, so, if you receive a job offer via email, please beware. Our formal recruitment process always involves face to face interviews. We do not carry out interviews via email or online questionnaires and we do not recruit via email.
If you receive a job offer via email and an online questionnaire, it is not genuine and you should not respond to it.
We only work with a small group of approved suppliers for recruitment across our business in the UK.
Please be very suspicious of anyone who contacts you by email to offer you a job. These emails will usually have some or all of the following features:
Asks for your passport details, or any other personal or financial information
Asks you to pay money to help with a visa application
Tells you to provide the information quickly
Provides a mobile telephone number, often starting with +44 (0) 70
Comes from a Google, Hotmail, Yahoo or other Internet hosted account. (Even if it seems to come from a company, don’t use the Reply button but instead type in the address manually. If the address changes then it is likely to be a fraud.)
You need to be very careful because sometimes the fraudsters use the photographs and names of real people in companies and create fake websites that look very similar to the company’s genuine website in order to commit this type of fraud.
If you have received such an email, please contact us via (our enquiry form) and check with us.
We will then ask you to send us further details if required to help the police investigate any fraudulent offers. We also advise you to contact your own local police service and provide them with the details of the email.