Graduate Engineer

London (Greater)
£25000.00 - £28000.00 per annum
11 Nov 2017
16 Nov 2017
Contract Type
Full Time

Graduate Engineer London £26,000 - £28,000

Your new company
An exciting opportunity, my client are a fast growing start up business, offering a range of solutions to improve the quality of people's digital experience in high density environments. This is achieved through the development of network and wireless infrastructure. As the organisation enters a high growth phase they're looking to recruit talented and career driven professionals to help continue their successful journey.

Your new role
Joining as a Graduate Engineer you will work across various areas of the business in a rotation scheme building a full knowledge and understanding of the organisation. As the business is in a current state of high speed growth you will need a flexible mind set as different challenges present themselves. Working in a highly talented and successful team you will require a solutions orientated mind set which is paramount to this clients culture.

What you'll need to succeed
My client is happy to consider profiles from graduates with either telecoms, engineering, civils or electronics backgrounds. As well as a strong academic background my client looks favourably on individuals with a 'strong work ethic', career minded and can bring energy and flexibility to the organisation.

What you'll get in return
A competitive graduate salary of c.£26,000 - £28,000 plus company benefits.

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