You may not recognise our name but we guarantee that our products will have touched your lives many times a day without you even noticing. From eggs and soft drink cans to the cable in your walls and the medicines in your bathroom cabinet, you will find evidence of our success on products throughout your home.
Domino Printing Sciences plc, an autonomous division of Brother Industries Limited, comprises of a group of businesses and brands, each with unique capabilities, targeted at industries utilising coding and printing. Our clever technology enables companies to print product identification and other variable data, such as use-by-dates and tracking codes, on their products no matter what the surface, how fast they’re produced, or where in the world they’re made.
We offer a wide range of printing technologies including Continuous Ink Jet, Laser Coding, Piezo Drop on Demand, Print and Apply, Thermal Ink Jet and Thermal Transfer Overprinting. Our investment into R&D means that we’re continually improving our existing product range as well as developing new innovative products. Covering diverse sectors from food and beverage, pharmaceutical and healthcare, to industrial and construction, our aim is to provide our customers with solutions tailored to the needs of their business.
Our Development projects are run as cross functional teams to deliver world class products. The products embody embedded processor based electronic control systems and software along with precision mechanisms and micro fluid handling systems in one elegant package, manufactured in low to medium volume and sold worldwide. The electronic technologies include system-on-chip devices with embedded ARM cores, memory and communication interfaces, and interfaces to motors, valves and fluid sensors.
As a Placement student in R&D you will assist the electronics hardware team with the testing of new printer designs, developing test methods and equipment, analysing results and producing technical reports.
You’ll be involved with a wide variety of tasks including:
You’ll need to have A-levels (or equivalent) in Physics and Maths to a high standard and be currently studying for an Electronic Engineering (or similar) undergraduate degree. It would be an advantage to have experience in any of the following:
We’ll be looking for a good team worker and friendly self-starter, who is dedicated and tenacious with the ability to quickly learn new concepts and take ownership of tasks.
The placement can start any time after you have completed your summer term and can last for as long as you chose before you return to university the following autumn.
As well as a competitive placement salary, we offer a generous benefits package including holiday allowance, on-site subsidised restaurant, discounts on local gym facilities, as well as training and development opportunities.
If your application is successful we will arrange a quick informal chat to find out more about yourself whilst giving you the opportunity to ask any initial questions you may have. Then, if shortlisted, you will be invited to Bar Hill for a formal interview, prior to an offer being made to the successful candidate. We can then discuss a mutually agreeable start date.