Graduates

Our graduate opportunities offer the perfect blend of personal and professional development. By joining our graduate programme, you will be learning from the very best. You’ll be at the forefront of your industry, whilst developing your commercial understanding, your ability to work with and lead people, and your confidence to take the initiative and stand by your decisions.

We’re very serious about developing the careers and professional development of all our employees. By joining our graduate programme, your development will be dynamic and engaging; at Pegasus Group we’ll ensure that you are supported and provided with the tools to succeed in your career.

There’s never been a better opportunity to develop your career in a national development consultancy!

To apply, we are looking for you to hold a degree in the relevant discipline, be it Town Planning, Urban Design, Heritage, Environment or Economics. You should have a logical approach, great problem solving skills, the ability to use your own initiative and to think outside the box. We want our future to be shaped and made by you, and the scope and scale of opportunities here are enormous!

If you would like to apply please send your CV and covering letter to recruitment@pegasusgroup.co.uk specifying your preferred discipline and location. We are accepting CV’s from the 1st January 2019 to 31st December 2019.

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Testimonials

“I joined Pegasus Group as a graduate Environmental Planner in February 2018 and have broadened my skill set more than I could have imagined in such a short space of time.”
Environmental Planner (Cirencester)

“This was my first ‘real’ job and I had little experience in Planning other than two relatively short placements. Pegasus Group has been incredible at providing support in all aspects related to work, from recommending areas to live to providing a mentor to give guidance on my wider career choices.”
Graduate Planner (Cambridge)

“Ar Graduate level the learning curve can be quite steep, but that provides many opportunities to work on a great range of schemes, while improving the necessary skills to succeed. The work is never in one place or for one type of development, which makes each project interesting and challenging.”
Graduate Planner (Birmingham)