At Mercedes AMG High Performance Powertrains we offer a 24 month Materials Engineering Graduate Placement programme which will tap into your passion and determination to win, giving you a real opportunity to contribute to our success story. You will be an integral part of our Engineering Team, and using strong first principles engineering you will be expected to overcome engineering challenges throughout the Hybrid Power Unit’s lifecycle, from initial concept to on track performance. As a team we pride ourselves on challenging and developing our graduates, by providing exposure to the breadth of engineering within Formula 1, Formula E and Project ONE; working closely with many teams throughout the business to help continually improve our Power Unit.
As a Materials Engineering Graduate you will have the opportunity to play a key role within a team of specialist engineers, working on understanding the relationship between the structures we need to create, and the properties of a material to support performance and manufacturing feasibility. You’ll work to develop the key materials technologies, in order to enable continued performance and durability development of the Hybrid Power Unit.
You will develop the knowledge and confidence to actively contribute to the department through thorough failure analysis and reporting, material and process development, process control and material characterisation, with access to a wide variety of equipment. Having a curious, innovative and accountable character, the applicant will be able to demonstrate familiarity with a broad range of materials (metallic and non-metallic), processes and resultant properties. Awareness of material failure modes and analytical techniques would be advantageous.
We offer the opportunity to work in a state of the art Technology Centre, being involved in exciting technological challenges alongside some of the world’s best engineers. You will get the opportunity to engineer solutions in world class facilities and, having been thoroughly proven at our Technology Centre. You will be able to see your ideas raced in F1, Formula E and powering the revolutionary Project ONE hypercar.
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