Our graduate programme is designed to give Graduate Engineers the experience of working across the varied capabilities of multiple AMRC research groups and provide an excellent foundation for a future career at the AMRC.
Over the course of 24 months, each engineer will focus on a primary technology area which they will apply across the multiple research groups.
As a Graduate Engineer, you will work on projects that investigate areas of research which can enhance productivity and quality of manufacturing processes. Projects range in scale and duration, but will all focus on developing and demonstrating robust and worldleading methods of manufacture that will be taken from the AMRC facilities and embedded into an industry partner site.
Throughout the programme you will work with multiple customers, support the scoping of new work and deliver defined projects. Help and guidance will be provided throughout the programme and your work will be managed by an experienced project manager as well as a relevant technical lead and technical fellow.
Upon completion of the programme, you will have had the training to learn the skills needed to join one of the AMRC groups as a fully trained member of staff.
As part of the Graduate Programme you will study for a Postgraduate Diploma in Engineering Management. This qualification, run by the University of Sheffield Management School, is aimed at engineers who want to move into management while maintaining their competences in technical subjects. It can also help you develop a portfolio of evidence to support Chartered Engineer (CEng) registration.
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For further information about our Graduate Programme and how to apply, please contact Andrew Franks:
E: firstname.lastname@example.org T: 0114 222 6670