Student Vacancies
Work Placements

The best way to prepare yourself for the workplace is to spend time with the people who know it inside-out. Work experience placements at Wozair allow you to apply your skills, whilst making a real contribution to an established, global company in the heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) industry. You get to experience the role first hand by working on real projects for a whole year with our experienced engineers, helping you to decide the path of your future.

Wozair is proud to have welcomed Kingston University student engineers through our doors for well over 20 years now and more recently with Greenwich University too, with many placements leading to graduate positions and promotions within the company. We also welcome French students to our offices in the UK through our business links. If you would like to know more then please get in touch –


You must be studying an Engineering course to apply for a placement with Wozair. Please check the application process with your university.

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Case Study

Nabeelah Nauzeer (Project Engineer)

I started my career with Wozair about 5 years ago when I was a student at Kingston University, studying Aerospace Engineering. After my year-long placement, I went back to University to complete my third year and then went on to do a Masters in Engineering Projects & Systems Management.

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Upon completion, I was offered a job at Wozair as a Project Engineer, working in the Contracts/Dampers Department. I started this role in January 2017. I now assume the responsibility of a Senior Project Engineer, looking after a team of 4 people, including project engineers and student engineers.

I’ve always wanted to become an engineer since I had a passion for Maths and I thought this would be the perfect place/position to apply and also enjoy my passion. Being a student at Wozair has helped me become who I am today and experience life on the edge – understanding the working environment, collaborating with colleagues from different backgrounds, learning about ways to contact clients from different parts of the World. It was an exciting year for me since I was working on real life projects, dealing with real clients, involving budget/financial aspects of the job.

It has really benefited me in my current position as well, since I’ve been able to carry on all the experiences achieved and now building upon them to make them finer and more solid.