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Electronics Engineering Intern (12 Month FTC)

Employer
Johnson Controls
Location
Sunbury
Salary
£20,000 - £29,999
Closing date
18 Dec 2021

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Specialism
Engineering
Sector
Engineering & Aerospace
Role Type
Internship, Other work and training
Start Date
July
Duration
12-18 months
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Job Details

COMPANY DESCRIPTION:
Johnson Controls is powered by your talent. We are the power behind the customer mission. Together we are building a world that’s safe, comfortable and sustainable. Our diverse global team creates innovative, integrated solutions to make cities more connected, buildings more intelligent and environments more comfortable and secure. We are all about improving outcomes for our partners. Tomorrow needs your talent. Tomorrow needs you. So let’s talk today.

DESCRIPTION/RESPONSIBILITIES:
We have 3 positions for this role available

WHO WE ARE
The Johnson Controls R&D Centre in Sunbury, Surrey, is a world leader in the development of fire detection systems. Johnson Controls has over 100,000 employees in more than 150 countries developing and delivering systems to create intelligent, energy efficient and safe buildings. Our systems are in over 90% of the iconic buildings in the world.

WHAT YOU WILL DO
• You will be working in the Research & Development Centre which specialises in the development of automatic fire detection products to protect people and buildings from the risk of fire. The fire detection system is a key component in a building to provide a safe environment.
• Our high technology systems combine control panels with powerful graphical user interfaces and high performance fire detectors; all designed in Sunbury using innovative electronics and software.
• You will join a team of electronics engineers and gain experience in one or more of these skills:
• Designing electronic circuits and laying out PCBs
• Building and testing prototypes
• Integrating software with hardware
• Planning and conducting design qualification testing. Prove that it works!
• Working with other departments including Software Engineers, Drawing Office, Technical Authors, Software Quality Assurance, Production and Test Engineering
• Training will be provided on the design methods, design tools and the prototyping techniques used in the department.
• You will be working in an office environment* combined with testing in a laboratory.

REQUIRED SKILLS:
WHAT YOU NEED
• Studying Bachelors or Masters degree in Electronic engineering or related subjects
• Knowledge of either analogue electronics, digital electronics or microprocessor design
• Practical laboratory skills (e.g. prototyping, soldering, use of scopes, multi-meters etc.)
• Be a team player: Able to work both as part of a team and independently
• Quick to learn: A willingness to learn new skills and accept new challenges
• Flair for lateral thinking and problem solving
• Pro-active and self-motivating
• Good communicator in English, both verbally and in writing
• Work authorisation for the UK and ability to work full time for 12 months

BENEFITS
Friendly office environment with outside activities such as football, badminton and other social events

Competitive salary
37.5 hours per week

*Based in modern office complex in Sunbury-on-Thames (TW16 5DB) with good road and rail links (5 minutes? walk from Sunbury/Kempton Park stations)

Free on-site parking

Staff restaurant

25 days paid holiday per year

*The Sunbury Office has measures in place to follow Government guidelines for safe working during the Covid-19 pandemic.

*Positions will be working in the Sunbury office with possibly some working at home depending on the Covid-19 situation next July.

Company

Your buildings have a purpose. 

They are places for people to live or work. Facilities for learning or healing. Venues for entertainment and shopping. Sites for the specialized storage of tangible goods or mission-critical data. Your buildings have a huge variety of functions; they are central to your mission. 

This is where Johnson Controls comes in, helping drive the outcomes that matter most. Through a full range of systems and digital solutions, we make your buildings smarter. A smarter building is safer, more comfortable, more efficient, and, ultimately, more sustainable. Most important, smarter buildings let you focus more intensely on your unique mission. Better for your people. Better for your bottom line. Better for the planet.

At Johnson Controls, we’ve been making buildings smarter since 1885, and our capabilities, depth of innovation experience, and global reach have been growing ever since. Today, we offer the world’s largest portfolio of building products, technologies, software, and services; we put that portfolio to work to transform the environments where people live, work, learn and play.

An Engineering apprenticeship with Johnson Controls will see you building new skills, while applying your knowledge to real-world projects. There will be plenty of opportunities to explore your potential and you will enjoy full support from your line manager and a mentor.

We are offering full-time permanent apprenticeship opportunities for those looking for a genuine alternative to university and are passionate about engineering. The apprenticeship will combine on-the-job work experience, with time at college to achieve a qualification in your chosen engineering field.

Our apprenticeship scheme will vary in duration from 2 years to 4 years, depending on the course selected, with start dates planned for August 2021. We aim for all apprenticeships to lead to permanent positions within Johnson Controls.

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