- Oxford, UK
- Full-time employment
- Apply by 25 Jan, 2019
- Posted on 24 Sep, 2018
- Start date: 01 Jul, 2019
- Visa Sponsor
- £ 17,500.0 per year
DescriptionA GOOD INTERNSHIP IS NEVER HANDS-OFF
Share your passion for getting hands-on with us.
We believe in creating an environment where our interns really can learn by doing during their time with us and where they are given their own areas of responsibilities from the start. That’s why our experts treat you as part of the team from day one, encourage you to bring your own ideas to the table – and give you the opportunity to really show what you can do.
Plant Oxford is the birthplace and heart of MINI production. Manufactured to individual customer specifications, hundreds of MINIs leave the plant’s assembly lines each day, off to meet new owners in more than 110 countries around the world. Since production of the new MINI started in 2001, almost 3 million cars have been made at Plant Oxford.
Three UK plants have had a part to play in MINI production – Plant Hams Hall makes engines, Plant Swindon produces body pressings and sub-assemblies for MINI, and all this comes together at Plant Oxford with body shell production, paint and final assembly.
To ensure that we are continually developing our workforce, we are looking for talented and motivated people who will inspire and shape our future business. Each year we offer a number of internship opportunities and are keen to hear from you if you are currently studying an undergraduate degree and are on track for a 2:1 or 1st class final result.
Vehicle ValidationThe BMW Group is currently recruiting a number of interns to join our Validation and Integration department; part of the team which oversees electronics, driving dynamics and powertrain for MINI in Plant Oxford. Your main objective will be to ensure that our customers get the best MINI possible, in line with our internal and external targets. You will work with your team to provide a comprehensive, customer relevant functionality status of the vehicles, at the earliest stage of the project, in order to allow us to give launch viability confirmation.
BenefitsWe offer a competitive salary of £17,500 per annum and a range of benefits including a pension scheme, generous holiday allowance and a subsidised on-site restaurant. As an intern you will also have the opportunity to take part in the testing of new vehicles through one of our car schemes. Throughout your internship you will be supported by our experts in your chosen field, as well as being surrounded by many fellow interns.
Application ProcessThe application process is as follows:
Stage 1: Online application form*
Stage 2: Online ability tests (To be completed within 5 days of receipt)
Stage 3: Telephone interview with the recruitment team
Stage 4: Face to face interview/assessment centre with the hiring manager
- If you do not complete the free text questions your application will not be progressed.
Please be aware that we complete rolling recruitment. As such, those candidates that have made an early application and have successfully moved through the recruitment process will be invited to the first face to face interviews.
Additional InformationFor any further enquiries please contact the Central Recruitment Team at email@example.com
Please note that our Undergraduate Placement opportunities are only open to students who will be returning to their final year of study following their placement with us.
Qualifications and experienceStudying towards a relevant Engineering based degree
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