Ready to provide infrastructure solutions to the energy industry?LSTC’s success is built on people. People like you.

Together we pride ourselves on our ability to provide great products and services and impartial information to clients through our core values:

  • Trust
  • Accountability
  • Safety
  • Capability
  • Innovation
  • Humility
  • Recognition

If you share our values, you will be a great fit and contribute to one of the UK’s leading electrical supply industry consultants!

As part of the team, you will have great skills and experience, be positive, helpful, honest, reliable and be a team player. If you are applying for graduate or junior roles, you will have an eagerness and passion for developing a career in the electricity industry.

For the right people, we offer highly competitive salaries, a pension scheme, and employee benefits, such as the cycle-to-work scheme.

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“Working at LSTC has been a great experience. I’ve had the opportunity to collaborate with a diverse workforce on national and international projects.

The company is brimming with experienced professionals who are very knowledgeable and willing to teach – making LSTC a great place to learn.”

Stuart, Senior Surveyor

Current Opportunities


We know that it’s difficult to decide on your career without experience of the role, so we offer rotational apprenticeship where you’ll work in various areas of the business before moving into your chosen career.

Apprentices begin their positions in July, followed by college in September. We publish our apprenticeship opportunities on our recruitment page.

Graduate Opportunities

We welcome graduates who are keen to learn, have a flexible approach, and work well in teams. This may be your first role out of college, or you may have some experience. Whatever your level, we provide the support, training and mentoring you need to kickstart your career with LSTC.

Keep an eye on our recruitment page where we publish all our opportunities.

If you’re about to start your degree or are looking for an industrial placement as part of your degree programme and think we’d be a good match, then please get in touch. We offer a range of options for students studying engineering or related degrees.

Dan Fisk

Dan Fisk

CAD Draughtsperson

Apprentice Level 3


When Dan was at sixth form college taking his A levels in Physics, Art and Engineering, he didn’t know what career to pursue. Due to Covid-19, very few companies were recruiting and everyone seemed to be pushed to go to university. Dan decided an apprenticeship in
the energy sector would give him the training, a career and also the education he wanted so he joined LSTC.

Dan has some good advice for anyone considering an apprenticeship. “So far, I have really enjoyed my time at LSTC learning a variety 
of new software programs and working on different types of drawings which are applicable all across the UK. I am currently a 3rd year
apprentice, completing my HNC course at HETA . I will be aiming to complete a HND and top up degree in the future, moving into an
engineering draughtsperson role.

“If you’re looking for an apprenticeship within the energy sector the time to do it is now. The demand for renewables, transmission and distribution has
picked up massively and is being push by all DNO’s and the government. The energy sector covers the majority of areas within engineering, such as civil,
geotechnical, draughts people, general, electrical, structural, surveying, planning etc. LSTC have departments that cover all these job roles. As is it a niche market
is a way to make a name for yourself within the sector helping the UK achieve its targets of Net Zero and the great grid upgrade.”

If you are interested in an apprenticeship or a career with LSTC we’d love to hear from you.

Matthew Busfield

Matthew Busfield

Graduate OHL Design Engineer


After finishing A’ Levels, Matthew took a summer work placement at LSTC. During this time he was offered an apprenticeship through HETA which was perfect as Matthew was undecided on his next steps; he knew he wanted a career in engineering but didn’t know which area of engineering he wanted to pursue.

After passing his EPA (End Point Assessment) Matthew progressed from Engineering Draughtsman into the Design Engineering department. LSTC funded Matthew’s foundation degree, and he was able to apply work related topics into his university submission, before becoming a Graduate OHL Design Engineer. 🎓

Matthew’s advice to someone looking for an apprenticeship:

1. Look around and ask questions to local companies, there are so many companies in our area that people don’t realise are here. I had no idea that LSTC existed until I was offered a summer placement from a friend’s mum who works here.

2. Be prepared to work hard in your own time, especially if doing the apprenticeship and an extra qualification such as HNC/HND or foundation degree.

3. Don’t be scared to put your CV to as many companies as possible.

4. Enquire about summer placements / work experience so you can get a feel for the company and the type of work that companies offer. LSTC for example offers a broad range of roles which not many companies can.

If you are interested in an apprenticeship or a career with LSTC we’d love to hear from you.

Alex Charlesworth

Alex Charlesworth


Apprentice Level 3


As it’s National Apprenticeship Week we thought it would great to take a look at some of LSTC’s apprentices, past and present.

We’re a growing business and rely on having the right people, with all the skills they need to provide our customers with the very best service – and that’s why apprenticeships are fundamental to our growth plans,

Alex is an apprentice draughts person. He’s a level 3 apprentice who spends one day each week at East Riding College.

Alex tells us, “I pursued a career in engineering because it is an area I have always been interested in. I chose an apprenticeship because I feel it there are more benefits than going to university, for example, I can start my career while also getting further education.

“Since joining LSTC my apprenticeship has been very positive. My training plan gives me an overview of what to expect next year and the knowledge and experience I will gain. I am continually learning about LSTC and building up my knowledge of the services we offer – but there’s still a lot to learn.

“My role at LSTC is an apprentice draughtsperson and I attend East Riding college once a week. I am currently doing a level three apprenticeship as a design draughtsman and on completion I will move on to my HNC.”

If you are interested in an apprenticeship or a career with LSTC we’d love to hear from you.

James Hughes

James Hughes

Planning Engineer


James began his career as a CAD apprentice with LSTC and has since had roles in Design Engineering, and our Structural, Geotechnical and Overhead Line teams, before moving into Planning.

Here’s James telling us about his career at LSTC.

“I have been working for LSTC for almost 10 years and, for the first 5 years, I worked within the CAD team during which LSTC funded my HNC, HND and BEng. I was able to complete my degree on day release over a 5-year period and achieved a first-class degree in Engineering.

“Following this, I transferred to the planning team where I have worked for almost 4 years. As a Planning Engineer, I am involved in a variety of different projects of different scales.

“Energy companies come to us with an idea of how to connect new green energy around the UK, and we help make that happen by planning, designing and project managing the process all the way through to construction. A part of my job that I particularly enjoy is going on site visits across the country to undertake supervision and/or assessments on site.

“As part of the planning team, I have worked on a number of Nationally Significant Infrastructure Projects (NSIPs). These projects can typically take 1-4 years to complete, and it is incredibly satisfying seeing it all the way through, one milestone at a time! It definitely gives you a huge sense of accomplishment.

“One of the more recent projects I have worked on has just been approved by the Planning Inspectorate and the Secretary of State and construction will begin in April.

“The structure and organisation that LSTC offer to apprenticeships now is excellent. Not to mention generous pay for youngsters. Changes to LSTC in 2023 have also shown huge increases in potential workplace progression, with lots of openings in senior positions in the company for internal pathways.

“I wish that I was given more information about apprenticeships and the opportunities and experiences that they offer when I was in school. I think more emphasis should be placed on how valuable they are, not only for people who couldn’t go to college, but for anyone in any sector – especially engineering!”

If you are interested in an apprenticeship or a career with LSTC we’d love to hear from you.

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