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Graduate Manufacturing Engineer: Mechanical

Due to high volumes of applications we have now closed our recruitment campaign for the 2020 intake.
The Manufacturing Engineering programme aims to develop ambitious, talented and self-motivated graduates into the skilled technical experts and managers required to grow and advance the manufacturing side of our business.

Graduate Manufacturing Engineer: Mechanical

Relevant disciplines: Electronic Engineering, Mathematics, Manufacturing Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Physics, Production Engineering and Robotics / Automation.

Renishaw offers exciting opportunities for graduates within our Manufacturing Services Division. The graduate development programme for Manufacturing Engineers aims to develop ambitious, talented and self-motivated graduates into the skilled and technical experts and managers required to grow and advance the manufacturing side of our business.

You will follow a personalised and structured two and a half year programme based on a series of three to six-month placements covering a broad range of disciplines. Placements and projects will be 'tuned' to your ambitions and always involve work on real projects delivering tangible business benefits.

The Mechanical Manufacturing scheme encompasses high-precision, complex component manufacturing, precision electro/mechanical/optical assembly, automation & robotics and the development of entirely new and innovative solutions to manufacturing challenges.

Engineering experience will be gained in process improvement, new product introduction and production management. Renishaw's manufacturing and associated engineering takes place in a challenging, high variety, rapidly changing environment.