What’s the opportunity? Missile Architecture offers multi-disciplinary roles that sit within the project teams, drawing upon inputs from around the company to produce the optimum top level design for a missile. This includes ensuring delivery within the requisite project time frames and budgets. The department works with a wide range of technical functions and provides direct inputs toward project programme delivery, as well as helping to manage requirements flow-down to subsystem level. What will you be doing? - Undertaking and managing design and performance trade-off studies at a missile level - Managing the design and delivery of subsystems into the project, such as: system computer architecture; data links; telemetry units; actuation systems; safety and arming units; defining signal characteristics and interfaces; investigating and analysing built hardware; assisting with trials and testing of components and missiles during development What are the benefits for you? - There are opportunities to become a team leader within the project teams as an interim step to becoming a Chief Engineer – during the Graduate scheme?? - There opportunity to travel and work with international colleagues - Receive excellent training for both soft and technical skills - Gain support and mentoring towards CEng What’s great about joining this team? - You will be working in a function spread out throughout MBDA’s weapon systems, gaining experience from other diverse Architects - High degree of autonomy - Large interaction with other disciplines - Exposure to high level management Benefits - You will have access to the full breadth of training courses and facilities that MBDA offers. For the SD&V function some relevant courses you may take part in include DOORS Training, MBSE Training and Writing Requirements. - You will also benefit from training and support provided by experienced engineers within the department and project teams. - MBDA support continual professional development such as engineering Chartership through multiple accrediting organisations. What you would get Starting salary of £26,250 with two pay reviews per year during the first two years,joining bonus of £2,000 if you have a Bachelors or £2,500 if you have a Masters. Flexible working hours, paid overtime, a comprehensive pension scheme, employee funded voluntary private healthcare, sporting activities, fantastic site facilities, annual company bonus schemes and superb learning and development opportunities.