Education Part Time Undergraduate 2021
Arm has fuelled the smartphone revolution by creating clever compute power that fits in your pocket. Would you like to be part of the next revolution? Our programme is now open for applications! We want to hear from curious and enthusiastic candidates interested in working with us on the future generations of compute.
About Arm and Arm Education
As the industry's leading supplier of microprocessor technology, Arm provides efficient, low-power chip intelligence making affordable, easy-to-use electronic innovations come to life. Our engineers design and develop CPUs, graphics processors, complex system IP, supporting software development tools, and physical libraries.
The Arm Education and Research Enablement offers high quality teaching and training materials to universities worldwide, and we are now seeking a Part Time Undergraduate to work with us in developing our offer. Your work will involve creating courseware to aid teaching based on Arm and partner technologies, as well as supporting technical customer inquiries. You will also develop software tools for automation, and work with internal and external partners to guarantee accurate legal and quality standards.
Our Part Time Undergraduates and how to apply
We invite you to apply for a Part Time Undergraduate position if your research interests align with ours and are enthusiastic about the type of work we do. This Part Time Undergraduate can start any time after April 2021 for 12 months full-time and carry on working part-time with Arm during study (see details below).
We welcome applications from students in engineering and science; most commonly Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Mathematics, or Physics, but we encourage applications from any field of study. An interest in research, especially in the areas we work on, is a plus:
- Embedded Systems
- Machine Learning
- Computer Architecture
- System on Chip design
- Internet of Things
We are looking for creative and passionate people with the ability to communicate their ideas and research. Please provide a cover note with your application; include some information about what you are interested in and your experience with the following:
- Good knowledge of the C/C++ and assembly languages
- Version control tool (i.e. Git)
- Programming and/or scripting in Python
- Software testing
- Good understanding of Arm architecture
- Experience with Arm based hardware (MCU dev boards, FPGA board, etc.)
- Teaching experience
- Content editing/publishing experience
What’s in it for you?
As a Part Time undergraduate at Arm, you will work on real projects that have real impact, while also building on key skills for your future studies and employment. We believe in developing talent for the future, and therefore aim to offer many of our Part Time Undergraduates a graduate position once they have finished their studies.
Working on interesting new projects is exciting but we also know how important it is to receive support. That’s why you will have regular 1 to 1 meetings with your line manager who will be able to offer ongoing support, feedback and development opportunities. You will be given a certain amount of flexibility and freedom in how you decide to complete your project tasks.
As well as being offered a competitive salary, there are also opportunities to get involved in some of the many social events that are organised within Arm.
At Arm Education, we offer full-time placements for the first year of the program, once you return to University you will remain an employee of Arm, meaning you get paid to study. What this means is that In parallel with your studies, for approx. 8 hours per month, you will be required to perform some project work, ambassador activities and participate in learning and development relevant to a career at Arm.
Arm is an equal opportunity employer, committed to providing an environment of mutual respect where equal opportunities are available to all applicants and colleagues. We are a diverse organization of dedicated and innovative individuals, and don’t discriminate on the basis of any characteristic.