Apprentices / Technicians

MWH, now part of Stantec, offers the opportunity to gain technical understanding while studying. MWH will sponsor an individual to complete their relevant qualification, while providing them with work which will support their studies.


We have an industry leading professional development programme which is structured to ensure that graduates get the best start to their career and meet the accreditation requirements of their particular professional body.

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Careers website for Science Technology Engineering and Maths University Students.

Fritha Bevin-McCrimmon

Civil Engineer Fritha Bevin-McCrimmon joined MWH in 2016. She grew up in Dunedin, New Zealand and moved to Christchurch to study engineering at the University of Canterbury. The beginning of her career coincided with the 2011 earthquakes which had a devastating impact on the infrastructure of Christchurch. Fritha was able to put her studies immediately into practice and support the rebuild of the city. Now based in Newcastle, UK, Fritha enjoys sharing her passion for engineering with the next generation through schools engagement activities.

Mariana Goncalves

Wastewater Network Modeller Mariana Goncalves joined MWH in March 2015. Based in Warrington, UK, Mariana works as a wastewater modeller and is also part of the Water Innovators team profiling WaterAid and the work it does every single day, working towards Building a Better World. Learn more about Mariana, why she chose engineering as a career and what excites her about her job.

Katherine Leishman

Graduate Civil Engineer Katherine Leishman joined MWH in 2013. Based in Warrington, UK, Katherine’s work has involved solving environmental and water treatment issues and she most enjoys working as part of team and finding a single best fit solution. Learn more about how Katherine’s love of maths and science evolved into a career in engineering.