Environmental Engineering & Facilities (EE&F) provide MBDA with the ability to simulate real world mechanical and climatic environments (vibration, shock, temperature, etc.). Our facilities and expertise allow us to design, develop and test our products to ensure they work as required and remain safe in service.
The work conducted spans both practical and theoretical aspects, and will allow you to get hands-on with our weapon systems and products, while creating and testing against environmental requirements at all stages of a product development cycle.
You'll experience a huge variation of work where each day could be different; including project planning, conducting shock and vibration tests in our lab, mechanical stress testing and data gathering trials and review. You'll be given real responsibility for delivering taks of real substance from the start, by getting involved in:
You'll work in a supportive & technically interesting, changing working environment and work towards Chartership through MBDA’s accredited schemes with institutions such as IMechE, RAeS and IET. A Chartered mentor will aid you throughout this process. You'll gain experience and an appreciation of good practice in requirements specification, defining and conducting tests, and detailed data analysis.
Through the programme you will:
MBDA is committed to providing an inclusive working environment where our employees can be themselves and everyone has equal opportunity to reach their full potential. We value difference and know that a diverse community makes for greater innovation and brings a breadth of skills, experience and perspectives.
All graduates, undergraduates and apprentices at MBDA are required to achieve the appropriate clearance relevant to their respective role. Some roles, may be reserved for UK nationals and certain categories of information may be restricted to UK nationals also. To gain suitable clearance individuals will need to have lived in the UK for up to 5 years dependent on the level of clearance required.