17 June 2015 | Career Advice | Guest Author
In 2015, the engineering sector will be booming thanks to a rise in engineering jobs. This is good news for prospective graduates seeking employment once they have left university, as it will provide further support for those looking for a position in the engineering industry.
PwC: Technology Engineering Graduate Scheme
- 2:1 in any degree subject
- 260 – 240 UCAS points dependent on business area
PwC are the world’s leading professional services network, offering their services to over 157 countries. This particular role provides graduates the opportunity to working within a number of sectors within Technology, such as Technology Consulting, HR Technology or IT Risk Assurance. Becoming a part of this growing company will allow you to grow your career within this sector, allowing you to be given the best possible career opportunities to grow and develop as a professional. The responsibilities within this position can vary, but will focus on developing your skills as a technology engineer.
QinetiQ: Avionics and Electromagnetic Effects Graduate
- Expected to obtain or currently have an academic qualification at a degree level or higher in an Aeronautical, Avionic, Electrical, Electronic, Software, Mechanical, Systems or Aerospace Engineering
QinetiQ have a graduate scheme which focuses on developing you to become part of the QinetiQ team, providing you with everything you need to progress through your time throughout the company. QinetiQ provide you with a work buddy along with training, a senior professional mentor and the support of other graduates. Through your time on this scheme you will learn about avionics and electromagnetic effects, which covers a number of technologies from Displays & Controls, Sensors, as well as Communications & Navigation systems.
Raytheon UK: Electronics Engineering Graduate Role
- Knowledge of electronics, schematic capture tools, problem solving
- Honours degree in Electronics or Electrical Engineering
Raytheon UK is a technology and innovation leader who specialise in defence, security and civil markets worldwide. The company provides high-tech electronics and mission system integration, with work in areas of sensing, effects, control, and communications & intelligence systems. This graduate position at Raytheon will be a two-year programme which involves working within the engineering function and completing a variety of Graduate Leadership Development training sessions to develop the skills required to progress through the Raytheon business and become a leader within the organisation. Raytheon provide huge opportunities to allow graduates to grow and develop their careers in a social environment, with competitive remuneration as well as incredible benefits and training opportunities.
Fantastic Career Opportunities
These are only three of thousands of graduate opportunities available to develop your engineering career. Grad Jobs has a huge directory of employers who are seeking graduate engineers to join their company. Check out Grad Jobs’ employer directory today, and find the right company that fits you.