Meggitt is a global engineering group specialising in products for extreme environments and smart sub-systems for aerospace, defence and energy markets. We employ over 11,000 people across design and manufacturing facilities in Asia, Europe, North America, with regional bases in India and the Middle East.
In the Engineering Graduate Programme, the selected individual will learn about and experience working in the Engineering environment that utilises their skills and experiences obtained in their respective chosen Engineering field and new fields where they can apply their existing skills. The individual selected, depending on background discipline, will be assigned to projects within fuel systems development, thermal or pneumatic technology roadmap, landing gear monitoring, fire suppression systems development, power systems, composites, system modelling, manufacturing technology and more. They will also be assigned to one placement in an area outside of the Engineering discipline.
The three-year programme rotates through four nine-month placements:
We are interested in people who want to explore:
How long has the Programme been in operation?
We launched our programme in 2012.
Will my pay be adjusted with each placement?
We do a compensation analysis based upon your discipline and the areas in which you would be placed to ensure you are market competitive throughout your tenure in the programme.
How will I be measured for my performance?
Just as our internal staff has goals and deadlines to measure for performance, the Graduate Programme has goals and milestones attached for reviews as well.
What if I want to enrol in a MBA/MS/PhD programme in the next 3 years?
Please do keep in mind this is a rotational programme and you will be asked to move every 9 months. With that being said, a virtual academic programme can be possible, however traditional schools will most likely not be accommodating to your rotations.
What is the interview process?
After you apply via our website, you will have an initial phone interview, one technical phone interview with one of the Programme Mentors followed by final panel interviews.