Engineering & Science (Mission Systems/Marine) - Industrial Placement
Role Type: Year Long Industrial Placement
Babcock is an international defence company operating in our focus countries of the UK, Australasia, Canada, France and South Africa, with exports to additional markets. We provide a range of products and service solutions to enhance our customer’ defence capabilities and critical assets. Our business is underpinned by a deep understanding of technology integration and engineering, infrastructure management and specialist training. We help our customers around the world to cost effectively improve the capability, reliability and availability of their most critical assets.
If you’re due to take a placement in industry as part of your degree, we can offer you invaluable real-world experience through our Industrial Placement scheme. We offer a range of benefits including the opportunity to earn whilst you learn, develop invaluable business skills and take a step towards your full-time career.
What you’ll be doing
You will be based in one of our engineering management offices within the Bristol office and could be working on a variety of disciplines such as Mechanical or Electrical or Systems Engineering.
What you’ll get out of it
You’ll spend your year long placement getting hands-on with some of the world’s most advanced naval technology. You’ll have a variety of different opportunities, working as part of technical departments, project management or production teams.
What you’ll need
- To be studying a STEM degree
- To be able to satisfy the MoD’s security requirements (you may need to complete a medical assessment)
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Babcock International Group
Babcock is an international defence company operating in our focus countries of the UK, Australasia, Canada, France and South Africa, with exports to additional markets. We operate as four main sectors - Marine, Nuclear, Land and Aviation.
Babcock International Group Interview Reviews
19 June 2017
Initially was a telephone interview, which lasted 20 minutes.
At the assessment centre there was a one on one hour interview. Consisted of 9 competency questions which...