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Air Products touches the lives of consumers around the globe in positive ways every day. With over 15,000 employees and operations in more than 50 countries, we serve customers across a wide range of industries from food and beverage, health and personal care to energy, transportation and semiconductors. We supply a unique portfolio of atmospheric gases, process and specialty gases, performance materials, equipment and services. Our seven decades of success is a product of the combined imagination of our people. Be part of our success and join us as a graduate in 2019.
Our three year European Graduate Programme is a strategic investment into our future leaders. When you join, right from day one you will work on challenging projects. We are committed to providing you with an environment in which you can learn, grow and develop.
You will receive a healthy remuneration package which includes additional benefits such as pension scheme, 26 days annual leave, Employee Assistance Programme and preferential gym membership (in some of our locations). Our high achievers are likely to be promoted within the first 18-24 months and if your performance continues to exceed all expectations you can expect a similar continuation of advancement from then on.
You will be part of a small team of electronic engineers working closely with physicists and experts in high pressure gases and cryogenic liquids. You will have the chance to design schematics, PCB layouts for your own designs, then build and prove them, with a variety of projects throughout the scheme. You will need to apply critical thinking to analyse problems, handling large datasets of results and engineering innovative solutions.
The graduate programme experience will involve:
Come and join us working on innovative new low-cost sensors, using the latest in low-cost high capacity microprocessors and low-power technology to allow wireless operation!
We are looking for talented, bright individuals, who are enthusiastic and motivated and who can work effectively as part of a team.
You will have graduated in 2018 or will graduate in 2019 with a Bachelors or a Masters in Electronic Engineering (on track to achieve a 2:1 or above).
Finally, ideally, you need to possess a clean UK driving license in time for the start of the programme in September 2019.