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Graduate Electrical Engineer

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  • The candidate must have a minimum 2:1 degree in a relevant field, be able to work independently or as part of a team, have strong technical skills, be self-motivated and reliable, and possess good communication skills. Desirable qualities include experience in managing own output and working within multi-disciplinary teams, an understanding of power supply technology, and the ability to communicate to both technical and non-technical audiences. Additionally, the candidate should be available for short overseas visits and occasional periods away from home in the UK.
  • The Graduate Electrical Engineer will participate in various technical projects, gain experience through placements, and develop skills in hardware and software design, simulation, testing, and project management. They will eventually settle into a design and development role focusing on power electronics and control systems for power converters, with support for professional and technical development.

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  • The STFC Graduate scheme will give you the opportunity to really pursue your interests and passion early in your journey with us, supported by technical training and a broader programme of career support and training and development. 
  • Our dedicated Early Careers Development Team will provide the right combination of challenge and support throughout, helping you achieve your ambitions. We know that professional recognition is also important to you too, so we will provide mentoring and expertise to help you achieve valued qualifications or chartered status in your chosen field. 
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  • Essential:
  • Achieved, or be on course to achieve, a minimum 2:1 degree in a relevant field of study
  • Have the right to live and work in the UK at the time of starting employment
  • Demonstrates willingness and ability to work independently or as part of a team
  • Individual and Team Project working during degree
  • Able to read and understand technical information, including circuit diagrams and technical drawings
  • Demonstrates good understanding of electrical/electronic principles
  • Capable of rapid development of technical and non-technical skills
  • Self-motivated, enthusiastic, innovative, logical approach to problem solving, organised, reliable and collaborative
  • Good communication skills
  • Desirable:
  • Experience of managing own output whilst working individually, and of working at various levels within multi-disciplinary teams
  • An understanding of electrical principles for power supply technology
  • Able to communicate to both a technical and non-technical audience
  • Suitable as a radiation monitored worker and to work in environments with high magnetic field
  • Available for short overseas visits and occasional periods away from home in the UK (at courses, seminars, etc.)
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Education requirements

2:1 or higher

Area of Responsibilities



  • During the first two years of the Graduate scheme, you will participate in a series of placements in the MPS Group, other groups within ISIS, and possibly an external placement further afield. During these placements you will take on a variety of technical electrical/electronic engineering projects, gain experience and learn the core skills to become a professional electrical engineer, whilst gaining familiarity with the facility and the people who work here. Your work will contribute to the success of the facility from your very first placement.
  • During the placement periods, you will be responsible for delivering agreed project objectives, and will develop the required technical skills through either formal training or on-the-job learning. Project objectives could include, but not be limited to; hardware design and development, software design and development, simulation and evaluation, component procurement and assembly, testing and verification, as well as project management.
  • After the first two years, you will settle into a design and development role within the MPS Group where you will continue to progress and develop towards being an expert in your field. The role will contribute to the design and development strategy for ISIS power converters, which core focusses include power electronics design and power converter control systems design. Support will be given throughout for technical and professional development and working towards Chartered Engineer status.
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Work type

Full time

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Application deadline

Oct 29, 2023



Apply by Oct 29