Electronics Engineer - Graduate ProgrammeMBDA is a leading defence organisation that is proud to support our Armed Forces in protecting our nations. We collaborate with governments to achieve a shared goal of defending our freedom.Salary
: £30,000 plus a £3000 joining bonus.What we can offer you:
- 2 year programme starting September 2024
- Company bonus and twice yearly salary reviews
- Pension of maximum total (employer and employee) contribution of up to 14%
- 25 days annual leave (plus holiday purchase) and up to 15 days flexi leave
- Fantastic site facilities, including subsidised meals and free car parking
- Excellent career progression and development opportunities
- Flexible working
You'll gain lots of hands on experience in our labs and as such, time onsite is likely to be full time at the start of your programme.The Opportunity
You'll join either our Electronics Engineering, Missile Architecture or Customer Support and Services functions - either route offers second to none opportunities to get involved in truly unique projects and products. All offer rotational placements to see everything that the function has to offer - spanning the engineering design and missile lifecycle.
The Electronics Engineering
function plays a fundamental role in bringing together MBDA's missile systems: designing and integrating the electronics that drive our Weapon Control Units, Actuators, Telemetry & Communication Systems and more.
There may also be opportunity for you to undertake a placement at our manufacturing facility in Bolton or at EE's French office in Paris, France.
Electrical/Electronic Engineers within the Missile Architecture
function are deployed across various exciting projects to define the topology and system level design for our missiles, as well as manage the missile electrical/electronic equipment.
During your placements you'll get the opportunities to work on the design and specification of the overall system, learn including how to undertake and manage design and performance trade-off studies, influence delivery of bespoke subsystem electrical/electronic equipment into the project (e.g. control units, PSUs, data links, actuation systems, telemetry units, etc.) along with the possibility to assist with testing and trials of components and missiles during the development phase.What we're looking for from you
- Degree qualified in an Engineering, Computing, Maths or Physics discipline (minimum 2.2)
We value new perspectives, collaboration, and diversity. We are committed to growing and supporting diversity in our workforce and ensuring everyone has an equal opportunity to reach their potential.
We encourage you to speak to us should you require any advice, support or adjustments throughout our recruitment process.
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: MBDA UK Limited requires all employees to achieve the required medical and national security clearance for their role. Further restrictions and/or limitations relating to nationality and/or rights to work may also apply. As a minimum and after offer stage, all successful candidates will need to undergo HMG Basic Personnel Security Standard checks (BPSS), which are managed by the MBDA Personnel Security Team.
Due to the nature of our business, this particular vacancy requires the applicant as a minimum to be a British Citizen or a Dual UK national with British citizenship and capable of achieving the clearance levels mentioned above.