- 20th Feb ’17
Every year our Applied Intelligence business takes on over 100 graduates. The project-driven nature of this advanced technology business means that graduates are able to join the business in any month of the year.
Our Applied Intelligence business delivers solutions which help our clients to protect and enhance their critical assets in the connected world.
While each role is different, everyone at BAE Systems shares a dedication to finding and creating the right solutions for our clients. We offer a unique blend of learning on the job, while being supported by the very best in the industry to make sure you hit the ground running. We offer you real responsibility from your first day, with the ability to work on cutting edge, industry leading technology projects, where you make a real difference.
As a Graduate Engineer in our Applied Intelligence business, you will work as part of a project team, alongside skilled and experienced individuals who are motivated to train and coach you on the day-to-day skills required to work closely with our customers, both internal and external.
You will learn the tools, techniques and approaches used by engineering professionals and apply them in a controlled environment to ensure projects are delivered on time, to quality and to budget.
You will be placed into a number of disciplines within the business (depending on your background and aspirations!); these include: Engineering Management, Software Engineering, Application Support and Maintenance, Systems Engineering and Architecture, Physical Science and Technology and Infrastructure Engineering.
You could also be placed into one of the following project roles, depending on your skills and aspirations:
As a new graduate, we expect you to be ready to tackle (and enjoy!) programming tasks from the outset, but we will take the time to mentor you through smaller packages of work and enhancements to our product range. You will work primarily in Java, however we always look for the best framework for the job; some of our developments use c# .net, c++ and html5 technologies.
Our Electronic Engineers design and develop analogue and digital electronics, VHDL and embedded low level software for a wide range of electronic systems. We expect you to take responsibility and tackle a number of different development tasks in different disciplines.
Working under guidance from our expert engineers you could implement complex signal-processing algorithms in VHDL, debug the RF chain on a software radio, develop embedded software to run on low power microcontrollers or develop ruggedised devices for challenging environments.
Test Analysts play a crucial role in the delivery of projects and their involvement starts at the requirements analysis stage. Initially, testing roles are likely to include defining and creating test cases from functional and technical specifications, executing test scripts and reporting the results clearly.
Cyber Security Technical Specialist
This is an exciting role for people who love computers and technology, working in the most deeply technical part of the Cyber Security domain. Whether it's researching new technologies or creating software that makes a difference in the real world, you'll always be working at the cutting edge of what's possible.
Rewards: the complete package
We look forward to seeing how you will use your skills to make an impact in the Applied Intelligence business, building the solutions of the future. We have high expectations, and offer rewards to match.
- Starting salary from £28,000
- Access to a £2,000 student loan
- Up to £1,000 expensed relocation package
- 25 days' holiday per year (with the opportunity to buy and sell days)
- A buddy and career manager scheme to provide you with the right level of support
- Regular social events, including graduate forums, to help you network with your peers comprehensive pension and benefits package
To join the Applied Intelligence team you must have at least 300 UCAS points and be on track to already have achieved a 2:1 or above ideally in a numerical, engineering, technical or science degree.
Our application process is simple:
- Stage 1: Upload a CV and answer a few short questions
- Stage 2: First interview (involving a case study) Stage 3: Second interview (involving a presentation)
We particularly welcome applications from women, ethnic minorities and people with disabilities, and will make reasonable adjustments to our application and selection process for people with disabilities.
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