Marine Summer Placement (Clyde)
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Marine Summer Placement (Clyde)

Job description

Get an incredible summer experience or immerse yourself in our world for a year. It’s not just graduates who get to experience the extraordinary things we do at Babcock. These 10 to 12-week internships over the summer holiday give you the opportunity to try out a discipline and see if it’s something you want to do once you graduate.

What you'll be doing
As part of the Marine sector, our 1,300-strong business based out of Clyde designs, integrates and supports some of the most complex systems. As the Ministry of Defence’s commercial partner at HMNB Clyde, Babcock deliver efficient, high quality and well co-ordinated in-service engineering support. As a result, we’re looking to recruit talented, enthusiastic and driven people to join our team.

What you'll get out of it
A summer placement will give you the opportunity to put theory into practice and gain vital work experience and understanding of operations at Clyde.

You can expect to receive an overview of all aspects of engineering from design and safety, fleet planning and fleet production to name a few. You will have opportunities to work on projects relating to the business operations, supporting current projects relating to maintenance planning, safety cases and business improvements.

What we are looking for

You’ll need to be studying a relevant and accredited degree in mechanical or electrical/electronic engineering in year three, or above, of your studies. Successful candidates will also need to satisfy the MOD’s security requirements (and may need to complete a medical assessment).

Accepted degree subjects


How to apply

Click Apply to start your application now. This job will be available on Prospects until 28/10/2019

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Closing date: Continuous recruitment


Additional job details

Additional location informationClyde

Competitive salary

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