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Embedded Electronic Systems Design and Development Degree Apprenticeship

Defence Science and Technology Laboratory
Dstl is responsible for designing, developing and applying the very latest in science and technology for the benefit of UK defence and security, across government. In our work, we partner with other brilliant people – collaborating with everyone from small companies and world-class universities, to large defence organisations and other nations. Together, we develop battle-winning technologies, based on deep and widespread research. If you’re passionate about helping to keep our nation safe, please visit our apprentice page and follow the instructions to apply.

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Defence Science and Technology Laboratory

01/04/2019    

4 Years


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Job Summary

95160
GBP 426.00
40.00
Salisbury
04/02/2019
New Vacancy
Engineering
Defence Science and Technology Laboratory
Full-Time



Detailed Job Description

On this apprenticeship, you’ll join an integral part of Dstl - the Threat Evaluation Group (TEG). TEG carry out cutting-edge research and evaluation activities that directly impact the effectiveness of UK forces. It means you’ll learn incredibly unique things. The apprenticeship covers all aspects of practical air, land and sea evaluation. You’ll learn skills in everything from electrical circuit theory and electronic components, to structured software programming and health and safety. Plus, you’ll complete a fully funded BEng(Hons) degree in Electronic Engineering.

Requirements and Prospects

Qualifications required

To join, you’ll have an A-Level (or equivalent) in mathematics and another additional STEM subject. This’ll be supported by knowledge or experience in relevant areas, some of which may include: analogue and digital electronics, microcontrollers, digital signal processers, guidance and control systems and others.

Skills required

Personal Qualities

Ideally, you’ll have engineering computing skills, but, more importantly, you’ll be logical and systematic. You’ll also be curious about how things work, and keen to solve problems creatively.

What does a typical placement look like

What you should wear

To join, you’ll have an A-Level (or equivalent) in mathematics and another additional STEM subject. This’ll be supported by knowledge or experience in relevant areas, some of which may include: analogue and digital electronics, microcontrollers, digital signal processers, guidance and control systems and others.

Future prospects

Additional Information

Training provided

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