Nuclear Controls Engineering Summer Internship Programme - UK
Nationwide • £17,850 pa (pro rata) • Internship
Key Selling Bullet Point 1
- Our 10-week summer internship programme is designed to give you both an insight into and experience of nuclear controls engineering.
- Learn from some of the most respected and highly qualified professionals in their field, you can expect to get plenty of practical experience on real-life assignments that will put your theoretical knowledge to the test and teach you valuable skills.
About usOur high-performance, integrated power solutions are at the cutting edge of technology. From powering huge commercial vessels to nuclear submarines, supersonic fighter jets to highly efficient passenger planes, or rail locomotives to luxury yachts, we go above and beyond to create better.
And it's all thanks to our people. Whether they work in engineering or finance, manufacturing or project management, our 50,000-strong team work together to deliver excellence in the air, on land and at sea, to customers in 150 nations around the world.
Why work for usJoining us as an intern or graduate means you could be working on awe-inspiring innovative projects, driving business-critical initiatives and learning from world-class professionals.
Wherever you choose to hone your knowledge and develop expertise, you’ll be part of a company with a future every bit as exciting as its history.
Job DescriptionWhat you'll do
As an intern, you'll be assigned an engineer as your line manager, so you'll be learning directly from a skilled professional. And all of the projects you do will be in support of a real business need, with a direct link to our products and customers. It makes for a fantastic opportunity to share your ideas and really make a difference.
Not only will you receive on the job training, you'll also get exposure to project management and develop a host of transferable skills. Your day to day tasks will vary, and you'll receive support from a number of different people within the business, all of whom will be committed to helping you to deliver your best. Your placement will be in either our Civil Nuclear or Submarines division.
The Successful ApplicantWhat you'll need
You'll need a 2:1 bachelor's degree (or equivalent) in a discipline like Electronic, Electrical, Software or Computer/Control Systems Engineering, or Computer Science.
Due to the nature of this work, we're unable to employ anyone who doesn't have the legal right to live and work in the UK. This role is subject to Full UK Security Clearance and if you have spent more than three months outside of the UK in the last five years (e.g. travelling, working, living), we might not be able to employ you.
What's on OfferWhat you'll get
• £17,850 pa (pro rata)
• Learn from experts
• The chance to join our graduate programme if you perform well
• Leisure facilities and numerous sports societies
• Closing date 5th January 2018