Frazer Nash Consultancy
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Mechanical Engineering Year in Industry

Job description

For those of you looking for an extended period of work experience to supplement your degree with professional development. This is an opportunity to gain invaluable experience taking a Year in Industry, our current opportunities include Mechanical, Design, Environmental, Ergonomics, Aerospace, Economics and Systems.

All alongside a competitive salary and tutoring support from our staff. And if your year’s a success, we’ll invite you to apply to one of our undergraduate programmes.

What we are looking for

The nature of our work means that we sometimes require staff to access government material, it is therefore necessary for all of our employees to gain appropriate security clearance. We will apply for clearance if you have successfully been selected for a position, and we will decide if we can successfully gain full clearance on your behalf based on the content of your application. Any offer of employment is subject to this requirement being met.


Applications are welcomed from undergraduate students who are in their second or third year of a four or five year accredited engineering masters degree. You’ll have good A-level results in maths and science subjects.

We are interested in hearing from excellent candidates who want to work in Mechanical Engineering. You may have relevant experience from University courses that are similar any on the following list:

  • General engineering
  • Systems engineering
  • Aerospace or aeronautical engineering
  • Mechanical engineering
  • Project management

Accepted degree subjects


Additional job details

UK wide
Competitive salary

How to apply

Applications will be considered at time of receipt so we encourage early applications.

Click Apply to start your application now. This job will be available on Prospects until 13 December 2019

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Closing date:  13 December 2019

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