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Paul Y. Engineering recruits a number of high-calibre graduates every year. Not only do these young people help us with our rapid and exciting expansion, but they also sustain our mission to nurture young talent. We offer successful graduates very attractive remuneration packages and provide them with the necessary training and professional experience to grow in the industry.

Graduate Trainee Programme

Our Graduate Trainee scheme launched in 1997, has helped many young engineers gain professional certification. Participants are fully supported  in their efforts to fulfil the requirements of either the ‘Graduate Scheme “A” Training’ programme of the Hong Kong Institution of Engineers (HKIE) or the ‘Assessment of Professional Competence (APC) Training programme of the Hong Kong Institute of Surveyors. Participants are eligible to apply for HKIE or HKIS membership upon completion of either programme.

Our Scheme “A” Training and APC Training programmes provide registered graduate trainees with the foundation of practical experience necessary to reinforce theoretical knowledge. The programmes include training in technical competence, managerial and leadership abilities, business communication skills, ethical and professional matters and social awareness. Trainees are required to work in large-size organisations for two to three years, and earn 45 Continuing Professional Development (CPD) training hours in engineering or 30 Pre-Qualification Structural Learning (PQSL) training hours in surveying each year.

PYE takes pride in nurturing a new generation of engineers. We go beyond the basic requirements of the Scheme “A” and APC Training schemes by, for example, organising quarterly “Graduate Meeting” sessions for trainees to interact and share experiences. We also organise a quarterly “Technical Meeting” to build up trainees’ all-round abilities. These programmes are constantly updated with valuable new elements that benefit participants.

Trainees are entitled to 10 extra days of “study leave” and the sum of $10,000 to study CPD courses organised by authorised institutions. If suitable, the Group may organise temporary training periods at allied companies to broaden trainees’ experience.

Graduate candidates who wish to join the Paul Y. Engineering team, please click the button below to make an online application or send your CV to