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- Barrow-in-Furness, UK
- Full-time employment
- Posted on 13 Oct, 2018
- Start date:
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- £ 16,800.0 per year
As a Production Engineer Summer intern, you will have the opportunity to join a large team of highly qualified Engineers. You will contribute to supporting the ongoing Fabrication and outfitting of vessels, developing improvements to the production processes and facilities.
What you will be doing... (Role Duties and Responsibilities)
The Production Engineering Department (PED) is a specialist team experienced in the processes and techniques of fabricating and outfitting vessels. It provides a varied and flexible Engineering service to support production activities, and develop improvements to production processes and facilities.
We offer a valuable service to the business in providing the knowledge, guidance and experience to ensure we are able to fabricate & build the product. Our main focus is to provide the engineering outputs to enable to major Production activities to occur safely and efficiently. This includes arrangements for supporting, handling & transportation of the minor and major vessel structures, and the shipping of major modules. As an integrated department, the work is varied and we provide a significant input from vessel early design, through 1st cut steel, fabrication, outfit, commissioning, launch, until the vessel exit from the Barrow’s dock system.
An equally important aspect of the department is to provide the design and associated supporting calculations for the jigs and rigs required to enable the build and supporting Facilities.
Rewards and benefits
You can make a real impact during your internship. And you can expect real rewards package too over the 12 weeks, with 6.5 days’ holiday a potential fast track to our graduate schemes, subject to performance and availability.
- £16,800 p/a pro rata,
What you’ll need
To join our Business or Engineering summer internship schemes you must be on course for at least a 2:2 Bachelor's degree in a related subject.
For finance, you must be on course for at least a 2:1 Bachelor's degree in a related subject and also have 112 UCAS points (as per the 2017 UCAS tariff) or equivalent, excluding General Studies.
You will also need to be available for the full 12 weeks.
We are an inclusive employer and strive to recruit, retain and inspire the best people from the widest pool. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are happy to discuss any adjustments or arrangements, as required, to support your application.
As a defence contractor there are security obligations placed on the Company meaning that all our applicants must be able to successfully achieve the relevant level of security clearance to join us.Discover thousands of graduate jobs on Advance.careers. We deliver you the entire UK job market.
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