Graduate role within the Sensors department in Bristol, working on a variety of activities. Sensors are a technology department, centred in Bristol & Stevenage supporting sensor related activities in MBDA. These activities are diverse and numerous, covering technology development, design, modelling and testing of sensors, seekers, radars and countermeasures; and they require an equally diverse set of skills. These are focussed on Electro-Optics, RF Systems, Countermeasures, Inertial Measurement Systems, GPS and real-time facilities.
What will you be doing?
Within Sensors we can offer you a broad range of opportunities:
- EO, Laser and Radar System Concept and Design Studies
- Countermeasure and Counter-Countermeasure Studies
- Performance analysis and specification of Navigation Sensors
- Real-time software and hardware development
- Performance evaluation and sensor sub-system specification
- Modelling and simulation of the environment, target and sensor
- Signature evaluation and control of target and countermeasures for both RF and EO spectrums
- Sub-system Hardware-In-The-Loop (HIL) testing
- Participation in trials for prototype sensor and countermeasure assessment
- Electronic Warfare evaluation and sub-system susceptibility
- Task and project management
- Microwave and Millimetre wave component and antenna design, manufacture and test
- RF Communications & Datalinks
- Optical Design, build and test
MBDA is a global leader in the design and manufacture of missiles and missile systems; competing at the forefront of the defence industry.
MBDA is a multi-national company, with 10,000 employees on industrial facilities spanning France, Germany, Italy, the United Kingdom and the United States. With some of the most sophisticated technology in defence, MBDA is Europe’s leading guided weapons company and prime complex weapon contractor to the UK MOD. With this in mind we continually look to broaden our existing talent base whilst maintaining a strategic edge and exploiting new markets and applications for our world-class technology base.
- Aptitude to apply mathematical algorithms/processes to real world problems.
- As a graduate/undergraduate you may work in a team or individually, but you will always need to demonstrate initiative and enthusiasm.
- We expect you to be motivated to excel in your specialist area and continually aim to develop ideas and deliver solutions.
Qualifications and experience requirements
Qualified to degree level (minimum 2:2 honours degree or equivalent)/Studying Physics, Maths, Electronic Engineering or Computational studies.
Accepted degree subjects
physics · mathematics · computer sciences and IT · electronic and electrical engineering
flexible working, paid overtime (subject to level), a comprehensive pension scheme, discounted private healthcare scheme, sporting activities, fantastic site facilities, bonus schemes (subject to level).
Contract and working hours
Fixed term · Full-time
How to apply
Please note that in order to apply for MBDA UK opportunities you will need to be eligible for SC (Secret Level) UK Security Clearance.
Closing date: 31/01/2017
This job listing will no longer be available on Prospects from 31/01/2017