Do you want to be part of something extraordinary? Something that not only gives you the opportunity to develop and grow your career, but offers excitement, challenge and intrigue at the same time making a difference to keeping our country, and everyone in it, safe?
That’s what the proud people of AWE have been doing for more than 70 years.
Our role in nuclear defence and what we do to support the UK’s nuclear deterrent, is vital in defending our country from the most extreme threats and to keeping the peace. From developing the warheads for the nuclear deterrent, to providing counter-terrorism and nuclear threat reduction solutions, the work we do is of global importance.
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An introduction to AWE.
Working together with a team of remarkable people who achieve extraordinary things everyday, you too could be a part of something that makes a difference. How? The answer is AWE.
What to expect on the programme
Our electronics and electrical engineers deliver a wide range of activities that help support projects ranging from core weapons projects to building services and processes, facilities, plant and construction which all help de-risk future systems. As an Electrical & Electronic Engineer on our Undergraduate Placement Programme you will have the opportunity to work in our core product department or in our facilities support department.
You will be supporting essential project deliverables in either area including producing prototype electronic circuits and devices or electrical equipment installation systems. Depending on the phase of the project you are assigned to, there is an opportunity to be involved in the design, assembly, test and debug of analogue and digital electronics, electrical power supply systems, or even developing embedded software programs.
What behaviours you’ll have
You will possess the following traits and qualities: Growth Mindset; You’re full of grit and determination. Clear where you are going and how you will get there. Curious; you’re a person who loves to think outside the box. (You’re a person who loves to take the box apart!). Innovative; you’re open to learning about new technologies and ground-breaking ideas. Resilience; you’re an advocate of ‘speaking up’ for yourself and others openly and constructively. Team Worker; you’re dependable and reliable. You’re interested in collaborating with and supporting others.
What you’ll get We offer all undergraduate students a salary of £18,000 A market leading contributory pension scheme Generous holiday entitlement Excellent work/life balance 9-day working fortnight. This means you get every other Friday off work.
Alongside these benefits you will get the opportunity to learn from some of the top leaders in their field.
Candidates must be willing and able to obtain and maintain the necessary security clearance for the role and be willing and able to work in designated areas – if applicable.
AWE is an equal opportunities employer. We value diversity and welcome applications from candidates from all backgrounds.
You must be able to Join AWE in August 2022. We recruit on a rolling basis which means as soon as our positions have been filled, we will close.
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