Graduate Engineer - Dstl

Salary: £21,000 to £26,000
Location: Nationwide
Start date: Ongoing
Sectors: Engineering, Science & Technology, Telecommunications

Learn how to solve unique problems with unexpected science.

Locations: Sevenoaks, Salisbury or Portsmouth

Dstl is all about innovation and multidisciplinary creativity. We're responsible for designing, developing and applying the very latest in science and technology for the benefit of UK defence and security, across government. We work with the best people with the best ideas around the world - from very small organisations to world-class universities, huge defence companies and, sometimes, other nations. Together we develop battle-winning technologies, based on deep and widespread research, to support UK military operations, now and in the future.

This is a fascinating opportunity to build your career in one of the most innovative environments around. Join us on our graduate programme, and you'll undertake research, development and assessment to support equipment and systems used by UK Armed Forces. It's a chance to truly enhance your skills and knowledge, while benefiting from the collaboration with other technical project teams and our external partners. You'll work on practical lab-based research, turning it into emerging science and technology. And you'll also develop concept demonstrators and test solutions to physical threats in theatre, or at home.

We're looking for people with an honours degree at 2.2 or higher in software, electronic/electrical, RF, systems, mechanical, aerospace/aeronautical or communications engineering. Known for your sound communication, team work and problem solving skills, you'll have the motivation and creativity to achieve results in a fast-paced and dynamic environment. And while not essential, a masters or PhD in a similar subject is desirable, as would a membership to a relevant professional body.

Learn something unexpected, find out more about our surprising discoveries and excellent opportunities at: DSTLEarlyCareers