Graduate Combustion Engineer
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Siemens small gas turbine manufacturing company, Siemens Industrial Turbomachinery Ltd, in Lincoln, is the base for the design and manufacture of world class gas turbines for applications within the Oil and Gas Industry and Industrial Power Generation (cogeneration).
The business continues to invest heavily in Research and Development in all areas, but particularly to improve effiencies, further reduce emissions and to widen the range of fuels that can be used.
As part of our graduate programme, we have an opportunity for a graduate combustion engineer from a mechanical engineering or chemical engineering background for a role within the Combustor Group. The group consists of 25 graduate engineers working in the areas of mechanical design, stress and lifing and combustion engineering.
The spectrum of work completed in the group includes analytical calculations e.g. CFD, kinetics; combustor component testing; engine testing and field support tasks. Some travelling may be involved. The combustor group based in Lincoln is part of a larger combustor group based over two sites the second site being located in Sweden.
This role is part of the 2 year graduate programme with full accreditation from the two major engineering institutions; IEE and IMechE and currently has approval with the IIE, providing a route to Incorporated or Chartered Engineering status and opportunities in the Company resulting from the training.
You should have gained or should be expecting to achieve a 2:1 BSc Honours or MEng degree in Mechanical, Chemical Engineering ideally with a focus on Thermodynamics, Aerodynamics and Chemical kinetics.
o Some work experience would be advantageous for this role.
o Basic Office packages including Microsoft word, excel, and powerpoint
o Excellent levels of numeracy and literacy
o Ability to present him/herself well to all levels of people both internal and external to the business
o Ability to work alone or in a team, sometimes under pressure to meet deadlines.
You must have the unrestricted right to live and work in the UK to apply for this role. The closing date is 28th February.