Graduate and undergraduate schemes

Our manufacturing disciplines and technologies, and the programmes we work on, play a central role in safeguarding national security. 

Our roles by discipline:
  • Strategy
  • Governance
  • Manufacturing Engineering
  • Manufacturing Operations
  • Quality
  • Facilities management
  • Production planning and control
  • Sales and operations planning
  • Safety/Health/Environment
  • Logistics
  • Capability insertion
7 manufacturing technology themes:
  • Autonomy and automation
  • Digital manufacturing
  • Additive Manufacturing
  • High integrity metallic processing
  • Advanced materials and smart structures
  • Competitive tooling and fixturing
  • Effective product test and verification
Typical areas of work & roles:
  • CNC Setter
  • Driller
  • Welder
  • Production
  • Steelworker
  • Electrician
  • Fitter
  • Operations Management
  • Facilities Management
  • Safety, Health & Environmental Advisor

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Our Factory of the Future concept in Warton

Learn how we’re using it to take the UK’s future combat air system, Tempest, off the drawing board and into the skies.
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Our work to securely digitise shipyards that are the size of a small town.

Agile ship production is our goal. Our research and technology processes are now making this a reality.
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