Systems Placement / Internship

Bristol (City Centre)
From £16,800 to £18,000 per annum
14 Nov 2017
02 Jan 2018
Contract Type
Full Time
As a Systems Engineer, you will work in a holistic, multi-disciplinary role, focusing on the bigger picture and bridging the gaps between disciplines.

As a Systems Engineer you'll look at projects from a holistic point of view. Whereas other engineers focus on specific details, you'll be concerned with the bigger picture. You'll often bridge the gap between the various disciplines (such as Software or Mechanical Design) by using your knowledge of the system to provide appropriate information to each area of engineering.

As a result of this, you'll often be viewed as a multi-discipline engineer. Throughout the different stages of the lifecycle, you'll take the lead in systems integration and testing, qualification and acceptance. As well as the technical aspects of projects, you'll also consider important factors such as schedules, costs, training and environmental concerns.

Welcome to Systems Engineering in the real world.

We can offer you an exciting and fulfilling career. You’ll be working on real projects that make a difference, being part of inspiring work whilst enhancing your future career prospects. That’s what’s on offer when you choose a one year Industrial Placement, or a 12-week Summer Internship within one of our BAE Systems businesses.

How to apply:

We opened for applications on 1st September 2017; closing our undergraduate roles on 31st October 2017 therefore early application is advised.

We ask all candidates to apply online using our application form to ensure our selection process is completely fair and consistent.

Your online application will then go through a variety of strength-based selection methods, either online or face-to-face, and is likely to conclude at an interview.

If successful, you will be expected to start in the business on the first week of September 2018 - the actual start date will be confirmed in your offer paperwork.

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