Electronics & Complex Integration Systems Undergraduate Programme

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Programme Duration: 12 months.

Location: Gaydon, Manchester.

Hybrid working is potentially available, depending on the area and manager.

Jaguar Land Rover is a multi-site business and you’ll be required to spend time working with different departments at several locations.

On successful completion of the undergraduate programme, you will be considered for a place on one of our graduate programmes. If you are to be offered a place on the graduate programme you will be informed shortly after completing your placement. You would join the graduate programme in the September of the year in which you graduate.

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Electronics & Complex Integration Systems

Automotive systems are increasing in complexity and becoming highly distributed across the vehicle platform. Electronics systems and their components are the driving force behind our cutting-edge customer-facing features, from assisted and automated driving to the quality-of-life improvements our customers expect when using their vehicles.

On the Electronics & Complex Integration Undergraduate Programme you could work in one of the following departments: Engineering Operations (EO), Engineering Powertrain (EP) or Digital Product Platform (DPP). You will be allocated to a department based on personal preferences and business need.

Engineering Operations (EO)

Engineering Operations underpins technical innovation and product delivery with engineering delivery, tools and processes plus specialist technical services. We are a diverse team that harnesses a variety of skill sets, from information management and data analytics to building and testing prototypes. Your placement will give you a deep understanding of the discipline and significant exposure to diverse professionals, so you can make an informed choice regarding the graduate scheme you wish to pursue with Jaguar Land Rover.

Engineering Powertrain (EP)

Working with a team of experienced engineers, you will use cutting-edge tools and processes to deliver systems engineering solutions. Using model-based techniques to support the design and early validation of systems, as well as proven electronic design practices, you will support the delivery of the premium features and consistent quality that our customers expect from the Jaguar Land Rover brand.

During your placement, you will develop a deep understanding of electronic controls and power electronic converters and controllers as well as component design and integration (electrical and functional). In short, you will gain all the skills and expertise needed to develop future electric vehicle propulsion platforms and charging systems.

Digital Product Platform (DPP)

During your 12 months, you will enjoy opportunities to design, develop and shape the future of our electronics and complex systems, working on a wide range of projects across different areas. You could be part of a team driving the design, development and validation of Jaguar Land Rover's cutting-edge technology solutions or could focus on model development and simulation at either system or component level. Along the way, you will interface with multiple stakeholders to ensure that your solutions meet agreed standards and requirements throughout the development lifecycle, right through to final documentation.

What’s required?

You will need to be on track to achieve at least a 2.2 degree in systems engineering, electronic and communications engineering, computer science, software engineering, cryptography, maths or physics.

You will have a real passion for problem solving and the curiosity to understand business challenges and deliver innovative solutions. You will also have strong numerical and interpersonal skills and the confidence to champion new initiatives.

Please note that our undergraduate placement opportunities are open only to penultimate-year students (those who will be returning to their final year of study after their placement with us). All our undergraduate programmes have a fixed start date, commencing 3 July 2023.

Rewards and benefits

We haven’t yet confirmed our 2023 undergraduate programme salary, but in 2022 this was £19,452. You’ll also enjoy 26 days’ holiday, a discounted car purchase and lease scheme for you and your family, an excellent pension scheme and access to a wide range of deals and discounts from retailers and sports clubs.

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You will use your innovation and creativity to the full every day as you develop all the skills for a fast-moving career. With ongoing support from industry-leading experts, backed by continual learning opportunities, you’ll quickly realise that our programmes are as inspiring as the vehicles you’ll help to create.

Please be aware that we close our programmes at any point and at short notice based on the volume of applications. To give yourself the best chance of being considered for a place on this programme please apply early.

You can find out more about our undergraduates and how they play their part on:

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To apply click here or via the Apply Now button


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