Electrical Engineering (Power and C&I)
On our Electrical Engineering (Higher) Scheme for Maritime - Submarines, you will support the business by designing the Electrical Systems that are integrated into our products.
What does the apprenticeship include?
The Electrical Engineering Higher Apprenticeship scheme is designed to develop A-level (or equivalent) qualified people to become our Electrical Engineering professionals of the future.
Our Electrical Engineering Higher Apprenticeship is a careful mixture of academic study, behavioural development and high quality on-the-job learning. Roles specialise in either:
You will support the ongoing design, validation, test and verification for a number of critical submarine electrical systems. You will have the opportunity to experience and develop through placements in a number of roles including Power Engineering, Control and Instrumentation and Electrical & Electronic Communications.
EMC (Electromagnetic Compatibility):
You will work within a dedicated EMC team, evaluating the electromagnetic performance of the submarine platforms. You will be executing, delivering and managing complex engineering and cross-functional tasks or programmes of work, recognising and addressing stakeholder and customer requirements.