Are you a Mechanical Engineering, Aeronautical Engineering or Aerospace Engineering Undergraduate or Graduate?
Are you looking for your first graduate role, or have you already graduated and are still looking for that right graduate role for you?
Take a look below at our exciting opportunity for you to join us as a Mechanical Engineer in September 2019.
WHAT WILL YOU BE DOING?
The role of a Mechanical Engineer can vary hugely depending on the environment and location of your department. Transferable skills and flexibility are key to a successful career. We want people who can apply engineering theory in practical situations, using their planning, time management and engineering expertise to deliver the right solution. It’s very much a collaborative process. In a Works Engineering department, you will join a mixed team that includes engineers, supervisors, technicians and crafts people. In your role, you’ll have every opportunity to impact the full project lifecycle, ensuring our exacting standards of quality, safety, cost and efficiency are achieved, as well as meeting our commitment to being environmentally responsible. You’ll provide root cause analysis, work with emerging technologies and constantly learn from the exceptional people around you.
Engineering is at the heart of our industry and the efficiency and capability of our production facilities are the building blocks of a successful business, so our Mechanical Engineers occupy a unique position within projects. Multi-skilled, inventive, constantly learning, they manage our unique equipment throughout its lifecycle. From large scale procurement and customer focused projects to hands on maintenance, the variety of experiences here is unlike any other company.
You may find yourself working with cranes that transport molten metal to intricate hydraulic systems in our rolling mills. Whatever your interest, there will be the scope to develop here.
WHAT ARE WE LOOKING FOR?
You must have at least a 2:2 which will probably have been gained in one of these areas: Mechanical Engineering, Aeronautical Engineering or Aerospace Engineering. As your career progresses, you will also need good leadership skills, with the analytical thinking and judgement required for effective decision-making.
35 days holiday (including Bank Holidays)
Potential to be sponsored to complete additional qualifications and time off for study
Paid membership to your professional body
Up to 16% combined pension contribution
Access to Occupational Health
For further information, please go to our website Apply Now >>