Graduate Process Engineers will rotate across different business Divisions gaining an understanding of LabVIEW and data acquisition system design and development, playing a key role in bringing new products to market.
Graduates applying for this position should have studied in disciplines such as:
Candidates from other engineering disciplines are also considered and are expected to show strong interest in programming.
An integral member of R&D, a Process Engineer plays a key role in bringing new products to the market. Process engineering is the design and development of data acquisition, test and measurement, robotics and automation systems in early stages of product innovation that leads through to manufacturing.
During your time on the graduate scheme, you will rotate throughout different areas of business. Some examples of these rotations include but are not limited to:
Depending on your specialism, Process Engineering Graduate will develop an understanding of:
Promotion in this stream can lead to more senior positions within a product division.
Upon successfully finishing the scheme, Process Engineering Graduates will take on permanent roles in product development, process development, process improvement and assembly development.
When you join Renishaw, we're committing to your future career. That's because we believe in developing our people's skills and promoting them internally. We also offer a benefits package that's highly desirable; including a 9% non-contributory pension, discretionary annual bonus, subsidised onsite restaurants and coffee shops, free parking, car sharing scheme and 24 hour fitness centres.
Of course, we appreciate there’s more to life than the office, so we also provide a variable working programme, 25 days holiday plus bank holidays with a “buy and sell” scheme, Life Assurance Policy of 4 times annual salary, enhanced maternity pay subject to qualifying criteria, the option to join BUPA Renishaw health trust after 1 years service and an Employee Assistance Programme for employees and family.