The UK offers fantastic opportunities for qualified engineers, and demand is continuing to outweigh supply. There are more vacancies in this sector than skilled candidates with companies often struggling to find the right staff.
Not only is the UK considered as a hub for global engineering; those working in this sector are ranked among the top five employees who command the highest salaries in this country.
If you’re interested in working in the aerospace sector, Gregory Martin frequently has opportunities for engineers in this exciting industry.
Latest roles include those for a Principal Systems Engineering Consultant , Systems Engineer & Graduate Systems Engineer for a successful technical consultancy in Portsmouth.
The company specialises in delivering systems engineering services to government and industry. They have experience within defence, nuclear, space, security and transport sectors of the UK and NATO which enables their team to provide solutions to support a diverse stakeholder group and community of varying sizes and complexity.
What skills and experience do you need?
The successful candidate must be educated to degree level, or equivalent relevant experience. You will need to have the ability to apply both ‘soft’ and ‘hard’ systems engineering techniques to support system design/ development, business decision making, policy development, and/or research.
You will use the development, application, and delivery of systems engineering methods, tools and artefacts. The ideal candidates will also have a knowledge and understanding of the Systems Engineering Lifecycle.
It’s also preferable that you have experience within Space Systems, C4ISTAR, Satellite Systems is preferable. Experience in some of the following is preferable:
Requirements elicitation and derivation
Enterprise & System Architecting
Verification & Validation/ Test & Evaluation
Technology & Capability Road mapping
Capability/ Effects-based Engineering
Option Analysis/ Solution trade-off studies
Experience in risk management and analysis, and workshop design and facilitation, is also useful. This is a hybrid role, working on client sites as required, home and office based. Due to the nature of the work within the MOD/Defence sector, candidates will ideally already have UK SC or DV Clearance.
They’re also looking for a Graduate Systems Engineer, in particular a recent Systems Engineering Graduate from Loughborough University, University College London (UCL) or University of Warwick.
Full training and mentoring will be given. Candidates need to be familiar with systems engineering life cycles and have a sound understanding of scientific and mathematical techniques. You should also be familiar with systems tools and techniques and have experience defining. There are analysing and documenting requirements (incl. use of DOORS).
For more information on any of these roles, simply get in touch today.