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Graduate Systems Engineer

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Leonardo

2mo ago

💼 Graduate Job

Edinburgh

AI generated summary

  • You need a minimum upper Second class degree in engineering, mathematics, physics, or a STEM discipline. Coding skills, project experience, teamwork, and problem-solving abilities are a plus. Apply your knowledge to solve real-world problems.
  • You will work on design, development, and support of radar and targeting systems. Responsibilities include requirements capture, design, testing, data analysis, algorithm design and more. Join a dynamic team and receive training to excel as a Systems Engineer.

Graduate Job

EngineeringEdinburgh

Description

  • Do you want to work on real-time projects alongside leading scientists and engineers within a globally renowned company?
  • Leonardo is an international leader in electronic and information technologies for defence systems, aerospace, data, infrastructures, land security and protection, and sustainable ’smart’ solutions.

Requirements

  • All of our Graduate roles require (a) a minimum of an upper Second class Bachelors/Integrated Master’s degree, or (b) a higher degree, such as an MSc or PhD. In all cases the subject should be engineering, mathematics, physics or another STEM discipline.
  • In addition to this, we would be interested in hearing from you if you have experience in:
  • Coding/programming.
  • Relevant project work and/or placements in industry.
  • Solving problems as part of a team
  • Applying your science and technology knowledge to solve a real world problem

Education requirements

Currently Studying
STEM
Bachelors
Masters
PhD

Area of Responsibilities

Engineering

Responsibilities

  • Systems Engineers are involved in all aspects of design and development; from initial product design through to in-service support.
  • They look at the big picture, determine how the system needs to operate and collaborate to produce the required overall operational behaviours. They also dive into the deepest level of detail – taking the system piece-by-piece and defining its design to the finest point. Our Systems Engineers can also actively engage in R&D, developing new concepts and conducting fundamental research into our future technologies.
  • As a Graduate Systems Engineer, you will work on real engineering problems within either the Radar or the Advanced Targeting business area. You will have the opportunity to be involved in supporting a wide range of tasks across multiple projects/products, such as:
  • The radar for the Typhoon fighter jet
  • The radar for the SAAB Gripen fighter
  • Our family of Surveillance AESA (Active Electronically Scanned Array) radars
  • An IRCM (Infra-Red Counter Measures) system
  • Our laser target designator or laser ranging systems
  • Core activities within Systems Engineering include:
  • Requirements capture, design documentation, verification and validation.
  • Algorithm design and test.
  • Performance modelling; building physics-based models to test our designs through computer simulation.
  • Data analysis; end-to-end systems analysis using synthetic and ‘real world’ data.
  • Applied research; from product improvements to blue-sky thinking.
  • You will join a dynamic and innovative team who will provide day-to-day guidance and on-the job training, introducing you to systems engineering processes, methods, technology and tools. You will also receive targeted training, developing the engineering skills and necessary domain knowledge required to achieve technical excellence and be a successful Systems Engineer.

Details

Work type

Full time

Work mode

office

Location

Edinburgh