Type of opportunity:
In its simplest form Manufacturing is the process of taking something from its base state, be it a piece of raw material or a collection of sub assembly components, and transforming it through a range of processes into a component or sub assembly. In the case of materials these processes can include casting, forging, machining, forming/pressing/bending, and welding. For sub-assemblies these processes can include welding, bonding, bolting, and clipping amongst others. Production uses these manufactured components and subassemblies to build the product to the designs specified by design/engineering. This is carried out via the use of assembly equipment (in the case of automated production lines etc.) or by skilled labour using appropriate tools. Together Manufacturing and Production transform the electronic/paper based designs of engineering into a tangible product.
Manufacturing and Production transform the intangible design and concepts of engineering into the physical products that the company sells. Both are vital to the process of creating affordable products to the quality the customer expects.
To apply, you’ll need to be on course for achieving a 2:2 Bachelor’s degree. All degrees accepted.
As an island nation, the UK has a proud history of world-class naval engineering. As part of our UK Maritime Sector, Naval Ships designs, builds and delivers complex warships and combat systems, and you could play a vital role in its future.
Our graduate opportunities span from engineering to project management to operations, and supply chain. You could join us as a naval architect and help shape the future of the fleet for a generation to come or, as a software engineer, programming the systems that sailors will depend on.
We’ve got great projects for you to work on, like the Royal Navy’s new Offshore Patrol Vessels or the Type 26 Global Combat Ship – a highly capable and versatile multi-mission warship designed to support anti-submarine warfare, air defence and general purpose operations anywhere on the world’s oceans.
Our combat systems are in operation in more than 20 countries around the world and this technology is vital in providing crew members with the information and capabilities they need to operate effectively, whether protecting the world’s shipping lanes or providing humanitarian relief.
We’re always looking to the future and we are committed to investing in our people to help them realise their career potential in an exciting and vibrant environment, working with the best talent in the industry.
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