Laureati

Il tuo talento e la tua energia sono essenziali per il futuro del nostro business, per continuare a crescere in un mercato altamente competitivo e per andare incontro alle esigenze dei nostri clienti. I nostri programmi di formazione per laureati sono progettati per accompagnarti nei primi passi nel mondo del lavoro e per sviluppare il tuo percorso di carriera. Avrai l’opportunità di conoscere la nostra azienda e di essere coinvolto in progetti concreti fin dal primo giorno.

 

Per maggiori informazioni, visita il sito web Leonardo in the UK.

 

POSIZIONI APERTE

 

Electronics, Defence and Security Systems

Our two-year Electronics, Defence & Security Systems graduate programme is designed for individuals who are passionate about realising their full potential and who have achieved (or predicted to achieve) a 2:1 or higher in degrees relating to Engineering (electrical, electronic, mechanical, systems, aerospace, software, aeronautical), Maths, Physics, Computer Science or in any number of business-related degrees.

 

We are continually looking for applications from self-starter graduates with ambition and drive, who are capable of delivering and working as part of a team, whilst equally being capable of independent working.

 

Applications for the graduate programme close on 28 April 2017.

 

Job Title Ref Location
Graduate Systems Engineer 1466 Basildon
Graduate Systems Engineer 1519 Bristol
Graduate Supportability Engineer 1503 Edinburgh
Graduate Commercial Officer 1438 Edinburgh
Graduate Software Engineer 1426 Edinburgh
Graduate Commercial Officer 1498 Luton
Graduate Software Engineer 1487 Luton
Graduate Project Manager 1485 Luton
Graduate Systems Engineer 1475 Luton
Graduate Hardware Engineer 1473 Luton
Graduate Project Assurance Engineer 1468 Luton
Graduate Procurement 1745 Southampton
Graduate Systems Engineer 1501 Southampton

 

Helicopters

Our two-year programme allows graduates to complete several 3-6 month placements, designed to provide practical experience within the organisation. Graduates complete a number of development activities which aim to ensure smooth integration into the company, whilst providing essential skills, knowledge and networking opportunities.

 

Applications for business graduates are open until 31 March 2017. Visit http://careers.agustawestland.com/apply/2/58/graduate-application to apply.

 

Entry Requirements

Successful candidates will have achieved a minimum of a 2:1 degree in a relevant discipline and will be able to demonstrate technical knowledge and the behaviours required to ensure future success, identified by a rigorous selection process.

 

Applicants for places on the Engineering programme will preferably have gained a Masters level degree.

 

  Download the Helicopters Graduates Brochure for further information about the programme. Please submit your business graduate application by 31 March 2017.

 

Apply now for the Helicopter Graduate programme

 

Frequently Asked Questions about our graduate programme

 

Award-winning Graduate

Mechanical Engineer, Allan Speed, was awarded several prizes at his graduation from Edinburgh Napier University in July 2016.

 

Having originally joined Leonardo as an apprentice, Allan graduated with a First Class Bachelor of Engineering (Hons) in Mechanical Engineering. At the ceremony, he was awarded with the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) Prize and the University Class Medal. The IET prize is made all the more prestigious by the fact that only one of these prizes is allocated to each University.

 

The annual IET Prize is awarded to outstanding students who are undergoing or have completed a course of study which has been accredited by the IET. Prize winners are nominated by each approved university on the basis of having shown distinction in a specified stage of a course leading to the award of a first class degree. One nomination is available per IET accredited university.

 

In addition, the Class Medal is only given to those who demonstrate exceptional achievements on their individual Programme of Study.

 

Responding to Allan’s awards, Robert Mountford, Mechanical Engineering Lead at Leonardo, said: "Allan Speed is an example of what we hope to achieve from our apprenticeship schemes. He has grown with the company and is now a highly regarded mechanical engineer. The apprenticeship gives these guys an excellent all round understanding of what we do with regard to products, skills and competencies. This allows the individual to develop on the job while gaining the relevant qualifications for their chosen profession. Mechanical Engineering has found that 'growing our own' through graduates and apprentices is the best way to recruit for the future. Allan is now going on to a Masters programme that will accelerate him to his next goal of becoming a Chartered Engineer with the IMechE."

 

Allan Colquhoun, Leonardo's University Liaison and Emerging Technologies Manager, said: "Allan has put in a tremendous amount of hard work, with more to come for his Masters in Advanced Mechanical Engineering at Heriot Watt University."

 

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