Engineering Graduate Programme
About the programme
On our engineering programme you can choose from opportunities including; engineering software and control systems development, system architecture design and testing electronic and mechanical engineering. You’ll focus on real-time automated systems operating across the entire Royal Mail network building knowledge that’s second to none/
Electronic and mechanical engineers will have an opportunity to work across an extensive element of Royal Mail’s engineering team to specify, design and test bespoke solutions to improve existing systems and help influence the future. This could be from complex material handling solutions to individual pieces of ancillary equipment.
What we’re looking for
To join our engineering graduate programme you’ll need a 2:1 degree in Electronic or Systems Engineering and ideally some experience in a major systems or engineering environment. Knowledge of ++, Java, Perl, VB Net, Linux, Solaris, Unix and Windows programming would be an advantage, but most important is a desire to learn and plenty of initiative. You’ll also need to be a strong communicator who can explain technical information to non-specialist audiences.
Engineering programme overview
- Two-year programme
- £26,000 basic salary plus benefits
- Minimum 2.1 degree in Electronic or Systems Engineering
- Based in Swindon
- Drive and determination
- The right to work full time in the UK.
At Royal Mail we connect companies, customers and communities across the country, delivering a ‘one-price-goes-anywhere’, universal postal service to more than 29 million addresses. As a FTSE 100 organisation, we are focused on being recognised as the best delivery company in the UK and across Europe.
We are an inclusive employer with equality, diversity and fairness at the heart of our values. We welcome applications from individuals from all different backgrounds and are committed to promoting fair participation and equality of opportunity for all of our job applicants.
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