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Graduate Electronics Engineer - Edinburgh

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Leonardo

1mo ago

💼 Graduate Job

Edinburgh

AI generated summary

  • You must have a minimum upper Second class BSc/MEng or higher degree in engineering, mathematics, physics, or relevant STEM discipline.
  • You will learn hardware development skills, work on real production projects, and receive formal technical training in advanced design techniques for aerospace applications.

Graduate Job

EngineeringEdinburgh

Description

  • You will be encouraged to gain experience of all aspects of the development lifecycle, including requirements analysis, design, implementation, integration, applied research and test.
  • You will have the opportunity to become involved in Electronics Hardware disciplines e.g. RF, Microwave, Antenna, FPGA and high speed digital engineering, EMC and Power Supply Engineering.
  • Throughout the development process, an understanding of the product domain becomes a key element of the learning process, and requires close liaison with engineers from other disciplines, such as Systems, Software and Mechanical. Opportunities may also arise to interface with customers and end users.

Requirements

  • All of our roles require (a) a minimum of an upper Second class Bachelors/Integrated Masters degree, or (b) a higher degree, such as a MSc or PhD. In all cases the subject should be engineering, mathematics, physics or another relevant STEM discipline.

Education requirements

STEM
Bachelors
Masters
PhD

Area of Responsibilities

Engineering

Responsibilities

  • To learn the skills required for hardware development. This includes developing practical skills in advanced design techniques for aerospace applications, understanding of key technologies, develop experience using ECAD tools and test equipment.
  • You will be given the opportunity to explore a number of the aspects of the development lifecycle during their time in the graduate development frame work. This includes requirements analysis and definition, hardware design, hardware implementation, hardware integration, hardware test and through life support.
  • Most training will be delivered via on the job experience work on real production hardware within projects groups delivering sensor systems to our customers.
  • Additional formal technical training to augmented the on the job training will be provided via taught courses depending on the business needs and your career direction.

Details

Work type

Full time

Work mode

hybrid

Location

Edinburgh

Benefits

  • Flexible Working: Flexible hours with hybrid working options. For part time opportunities, please talk to us
  • Company funded flexible benefits: Access to private healthcare, dental schemes, Workplace ISA, Go Green Car Scheme, technology and lifestyle options (£500 annual allowance)
  • Holidays: 25 days plus bank holidays, option to buy/sell leave and to accrue up to 12 additional flexi leave days per year
  • Pension: Award winning pension scheme (up to 10% employer contribution)
  • Wellbeing: Employee Assistance Programme with access to free mental health support, financial wellbeing support and network groups to demonstrate our ongoing commitment to diversity & inclusion (Enable, Pride, Equalise, Reservists, Carers)
  • Lifestyle:  Discounted Gym membership, Cycle to work scheme
  • Training: Free access to more than 4000 online courses via Coursera
  • Referral Incentive: You can earn a reward for successfully referring a friend or family member