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Graduate Job Graduate - Mathematical Modelling Specialist

Vacancy Type: Graduate Job
Employer: Discovery Graduates
Reference: J275
Salary: £25,000 - £30,000  

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What do we do?

We are a consultancy who uses our in-house software packages to design, test, and manufacture gearboxes and transmissions. The consultancy and software solutions we provide can be used for a range of vehicles from high performance sports cars to military vehicles; from construction equipment to aircraft and racing boats.                                  

Where do you come in?

You will work with our Software Development Manager developing new modules for our software. In particular we are looking to develop a multibody dynamics module. Your role will primarily be focused on the mathematics used behind the scenes of the software.

What do you need to demonstrate?

We are looking for a 2:1 or 1st in Mathematics, Physics, Computer Science, or Engineering, and BBB A-Level.

You will have a strong understanding of mathematical modelling.

How do you apply?

Final interviews are planned in September and October 2011 with an ASAP start date. Email you CV to be considered. You will receive a call to arrange a telephone interview if you have been successful.  

If you are successful we will be legally required to ensure you are eligible to work in the UK. Before you apply please check your eligibility.

All applications will be assessed by Discovery Graduates. We believe that every graduate is capable of getting a good graduate job given the right support, advice and training and we only work with companies who recognise the value that the right graduate can bring to their business.

 

Location: East England

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