Engineers(Software/Systems/Test & Integration)
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National Air Traffic Services provides air traffic control services to aircraft flying in UK airspace and over the eastern part of the North Atlantic. Safety is NATSÆ first and foremost priority but it also aims to provide its service in an efficient and expeditious way.
Systems Engineers may be involved with:
* Specification, planning, procurement management and implementation
of new systems
* Sustaining activities for existing systems
* Strategic systems planning and development of standards
Test and Integration Engineers likely to be involved with a variety of tasks which will increase in complexity as their familiarity with the systems develop, but would likely start with:
* Testing new software builds
* Establishing test configurations
* Investigating problems
* Reporting and analysing
Talented graduates with good technical skills can go straight to the forefront of international air traffic management research and development with our Graduate Training Scheme, with places available this year in three discipline areas: Systems Engineering; Test & Integration. The Graduate Programme is designed to give the graduate a broad spectrum of industry-relevant experience, and a well-rounded knowledge of operational and engineering Air Traffic activities, preparing you for appointment in one of the above disciplines.
The scheme is the Direct Entrant Graduate (DEG) scheme, which you will spend 7 weeks undergoing initial training at our new Corporate and Tech Centre near Southampton.
After this you will join one of our specialist Disciplines, (Systems or Test & Integration) where you will gain a broad introduction to many different aspects of NATS. For the Engineering graduates the scheme satisfies the requirements for IEE accreditation towards Chartered Engineer.
We also encourage our graduates to gain professional qualifications such as Chartered Engineer, meeting the requirements of ECuk, through membership of and development in line with the recommendations of the Institute of Electrical Engineers or the British Computer Society.
We want people with the potential to fill senior management roles who will use their technical background as a platform from which to launch successful careers. This is your chance to define the future of air traffic management. For more information visit our website on www.nats.co.uk
START DATE FOR SCHEME IS NOV 2005
South East England