Junior Engineering Consultant (25031)
Working within multi-disciplinary project teams, engineering consultants help to address the innovation challenges faced by clients who are global industry leaders in their fields. Consultants will typically work across many industries on a broad range of topics.
Candidates will have studied underpinning principles of mechanical engineering in detail (statics, dynamics, materials, thermofluid mechanics, mathematics). You will have a broad understanding of engineering that spans a range of disciplines (electrical engineering, electronics, aerothermal, structural, civil, information, manufacturing, control etc.).
Although engineering intuition and practical experience are useful, it is crucial that candidates can back these up with strong skills in engineering science and quantitative analysis.
Candidates who have specialised in electrical, electronic, information, chemical or civil engineering are less likely to be successful than those whose specialism is mechanical, structural or manufacturing.
Candidates will have an exceptional academic background, most likely indicated by a first-class degree from a leading university. You will be able to demonstrate, at interview, a strong understanding of the fundamentals of your discipline.
Please note: even if you don't have exactly the background indicated, do contact us now if this type of job is of interest - we may well have similar opportunities that you would be suited to. And of course, we always get your permission before submitting your CV to a company.