Welcome to the Siemens Hub

Siemens is a global technology and engineering powerhouse that works across an incredible breadth of industries and sectors. The company describes itself as being here, there and everywhere. Look around the modern world and you can see why. Read more »

Typically recruits

  • Aerospace
  • Chemical/Process
  • Civil/Building
  • Computing/Technology
  • Electronic & Electrical
  • Materials & Minerals
  • Mechanical/Manufacturing
  • Sciences/Maths
More than a million people cross the road safely every day thanks to Siemens technology.
84% of buildings in Canary Wharf are safeguarded by our systems.
Siemens Financial Services has financing agreements with 85% of FTSE 250 companies.
Over 54,000 global customers use our digital software worldwide, including Rolls-Royce, multiple F1 race teams and super yacht manufacturers.
We’re designing and implementing Triangulum, the UK’s first city centre virtual power plant. It will transform the lives of 72,000 students as they move into a smart city.
We’re a driving force behind Crossrail, Europe’s largest current infrastructure project. It has employed over 10,000 people and will cost £14.8 billion.
Crime fell in cities by a very noticeable 10%, thanks to our extensive, city-wide CCTV system.
Our factory automation technology helps Heinz produce 1.5 million cans of baked beans every day.
Just one of our gas turbines has the power of 12,000 Porsche 911 turbo cars combined.
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Ife Adewuyi

Advanced Manufacturing Engineering with Management

"I like the variety of work. Some days I’ll be at my desk designing new test fixtures using CAD and other times I’ll be acting as a Project Manager for engineering projects."

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Chris Waters

Graduate Engineer

"I love working in the rail industry and I don't have an anorak!"

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How can plastic machine builders keep pace with the challenges of...

The degree of automation in the production lines of the plastics industry is rising rapidly: In the course of digitisation, automation and robotics, we are seeing more and more production cells that, networked with injection moulding machines, produce complex and high-quality plastic products. At...

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Energy and the quarter-inch hole

Each manufacturer is unique, and has specific commercial goals and priorities. Some are more worried about their long-term exposure to rising carbon costs. Others want triple redundancy to ensure they never go an hour without energy.

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