STFC’s award winning graduate scheme offers structured training, a real job with real responsibilities from day one and a direct route to professional accreditation. It will allow you to use your degree in a dynamic, creative and collaborative culture.
RAL Space Department at the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory develops space instruments and ground-based astronomy instruments for agencies including ESA, NASA and ESO and other commercial customers. The Mechanical Engineering Group (MEG) within the Department requires a graduate mechanical engineer to join the team of engineers working on a number of different projects.
The role of a mechanical engineer within RAL Space involves:
As a Graduate Mechanical Engineer you will be enrolled on the IMechE MPDS, with the aim of achieving C.Eng. status. You will be given technical and non-technical training appropriate to your previous experience, the requirements of the work and of the MPDS.
The responsibilities of a Graduate Mechanical Engineer will rapidly increase as your experience grows. Depending on the projects you are involved with, these responsibilities will include:
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