Graduate/Junior Engineer

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Graduate/Junior Engineer

Salary:£30000 - £35000 per annum
Location:Bristol, Bristol, South West, England
Consultant:Vincent James
Our client harnesses the collective power of science, technology, innovation and talent to deliver world class research and development in leading edge technologies. They then use this to create innovative system architectures and disruptive capabilities to solve interesting and complex problems for their clients.

The talent, skills, knowledge and experience of their team are their key differentiator.

They are a rapidly growing, exciting organisation whose work is always interesting and challenging. To help them exploit a growth opportunity, they are seeking the best talent in the industry. In exchange, they can offer an exciting career that will help you to fulfil your ambitions. This will involve exposure to leading edge technology solutions in specialist assignments for their clients.  Our client has very close and collaborative relationships with their clients, so you will be able to work directly with the end users and co-create solutions.

About the role
They are seeking a Graduate/Junior Engineer to work within their highly driven and innovative team.
The successful candidate will be expected to work within a dynamic environment developing and testing innovative solutions across a wide variety of emerging technologies, but with emphasis in the radio frequency domain. These solutions will be forward looking, push the boundaries of science and engineering and will introduce new techniques to the research and development of leading edge sensors to meet client needs.
Key to the success of their, generally short, programmes is a clear and thorough understanding of the client’s need. To this end, it is essential that the Graduate/Junior Engineer can communicate effectively with Team Leaders to enable rapid and effective implementation of tasks.
About you
Successful candidates will be educated to Degree or BTec level in Electronic Engineering or Computer Science. Particular experience that would be useful includes:
  • Modern equipment techniques and controlled tear-down
  • Radio Frequency design/build/test
  • Development of software to support the laboratory use of equipment
  • Ability to work from formal Requirement and Design Documents
  • Production of prototype and pre-production models of equipment
  • Executing Trials to demonstrate the effectiveness of equipment.

A willingness to relocate to the southwest is essential.

  • Competitive Salary.  Benchmarked and adjusted annually to ensure it remains competitive.
  • 33 days holiday (inclusive of bank holidays)
  • Private Healthcare (which includes dental treatment, employee wellbeing and assistance, eye care and a 24 hour GP service)
  • Royal London Pension Scheme provided via Salary Sacrifice (5% employers contribution, 5% employee contribution)
  • Salary Sacrifice schemes for cycle to work, tech at home and Electric Vehicles
  • Season Ticket Loan facility
  • Tailored Training and Development programme
  • Continuous coaching and mentoring
  • £1200 annual training budget
  • 2 days paid charity leave.
  • Professional Fees - Annual subscription reimbursed for membership of a professional body relevant to your role.
  • Unlimited snacks, Fruit, Tea and Coffee
  • Enhanced Sick Pay
  • Relocation allowance (depending upon location).


•              Position – Senior or Principal Software Engineer (SFIA 5 or 6)
•              Permanent Location – Bristol Area / South West
•              Salary – £30,000 - £35,000 per annum depending upon experience

This is a Permanent Role and is not suitable for hybrid or home/remote working
Vincent James