If you are a hardworking and talented electronic, microelectronic or nanoelectronic student then we have graduate opportunities to match your ambition, and we would be interested in you joining our team.
We design and construct a wide range of complex electronic and microelectronic systems for projects worldwide. As part of high-profile international collaborations, our systems have helped discover the Higgs boson, our custom ICs and image sensors are used in a plethora of projects from scientific research to bio-medical applications, and our specialist services in IC design methodology are relied upon by researchers throughout the UK and Europe.
Our graduates are offered permanent contracts and will work on real projects from day one. You will receive a variety of training in both technical and personal skills and be supported to develop and reach your full potential. In addition to being part of the STFC Graduate Scheme, you will be actively encouraged and supported to achieve Chartered Engineer status through our IET accredited Professional Development Scheme.
The STFC is a world-leading multi-disciplinary science organisation where curiosity, blue-skies thinking meets practical, application-led science and engineering. Our goal is to deliver economic, societal, scientific and international benefits to the UK and its people – and more broadly to the world.
As one of Europe’s largest research organisations, we’re trusted to support, enable and undertake ground-breaking projects in an outstanding diversity of fields. Through world-class facilities and people, we’re driving progressive advances in science, engineering, computing and technology. Our research seeks to understand the Universe from the largest astronomical scales to the tiniest constituents of matter, yet creates impact on a very tangible, human scale.
UKRI is an organisation that brings together the seven disciplinary research councils, Research England and Innovate UK. Together, we build an independent organisation with a strong voice and vision ensuring the UK maintains its world-leading position in research and innovation.
Supporting some of the world’s most exciting and challenging research projects, we develop and operate some of the most remarkable scientific facilities in the world. We are pushing the frontiers of human knowledge through fundamental research and delivering benefits for UK society and the economy through world-class research, skills and business-led innovation.
Our leading facilities and varied projects will provide you with outstanding Graduate career opportunities including:
You must be self-motivated and interested in a technical career as an engineer. You will have good awareness of basic electronic principles, have an analytical approach to problem solving and dedication to understanding the continuously evolving and fast-moving world of integrated circuits. You will receive all necessary technical training, be supported by experienced colleagues and a mentor, encouraged to use your initiative and allowed to demonstrate your innovative engineering skills. You will also need to have good interpersonal skills and be able to communicate effectively (in English) with colleagues, project partners and customers.
We recruit on a rolling basis. Therefore, we recommend you to apply as soon as possible to avoid disappointment. Applications will be reviewed and considered on an ongoing basis until our roles are filled.
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