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Electronic Engineering Internship Programme

Type: 
Internship
Locations: 
Birmingham
Sectors: 
Engineering
Salary: 
£17,850 pa (pro rata)
Deadline: 
1st February 2019

In Control Systems, we have decades of experience in supplying safety-critical controls, instrumentation and asset intelligence solutions to aerospace customers around the world. For you, it’s an opportunity to get directly involved in developing electronic engine control systems that can operate in the harshest environments. You’ll be working with innovative colleagues – people who are full of ideas of how we can create even better, more revolutionary products – and an internship is a great way to see how you could contribute. It’s exciting work, especially because you’ll be based in a state-of-the-art, purpose-built facility. From research, design and test, to build, modify and develop, everything here is done under one roof. It’s an environment that will inspire you to do work that you can be truly proud of. 

The programme

If you’re passionate about delivering excellence, our Electronic Engineering Internship Programme is the perfect place to achieve your ambitions. It not only gives you insights into our world-class business, but it’s also the perfect stepping stone to a challenging and rewarding career. Perform well enough, and you could have the chance to join our graduate development programme. And if you’re a student member of an institute, experience gained on your internship can be used to credit some of your learning towards your graduate programme and chartership status, should you choose to join us.

What you’ll do

Through on-the-job learning, training modules and live project work, you’ll experience the entire engineering lifecycle from design, build, development and test to service introduction. Whether you’re developing new technologies, testing units, improving current products or designing future control systems, you’ll contribute ideas to product designs for electronics that must operate in increasingly demanding environments. Over time, you’ll test your knowledge and experience on more and more complex challenges.

What you’ll need

We want to see great communication skills and a passion for innovation. Technical knowledge and abilities are a must, so you’ll need to be on course to achieve a 2:1 BEng or BSc degree, or equivalent. You’ll also need a flexible attitude and lots of initiative.

What you’ll get

Learn from experts

The chance to join our graduate programme if you perform well

Who we are

Whether we’re building the world’s most efficient large aero-engine or supporting NASA missions on the edge of space, Rolls-Royce is all about innovation. We invest £1 billion every year into research and development, and file more patents annually than any other company in the UK. Working at Rolls-Royce means being part of a global team of 50,000 bold, curious pioneers, creating cleaner, faster, more competitive power. It means looking to the future, and shaping the world we live in.

Applications will close on 1st February at 00.10 am UK Time (GMT) please ensure your application is submitted by this time.

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