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Engineering graduates could consider Jaguar Land Rover
Wednesday, 03 March 2010
Science, Engineering and IT
Recent university leavers looking for graduate jobs in the science, engineering and IT sector may be interested to hear that Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) plans on hiring up to 80 new engineering graduates and 45 engineering apprentices in September.
Des Thurlby, JLR's human resources director, said: "We are looking for specialist engineers to develop the next generations of world-class Jaguars and Land Rovers in addition to 80 new engineering graduates and 45 engineering apprentices.
"JLR is one of the biggest automotive recruiters in the UK and already this academic year we have received 4,500 graduate applications."
JLR is owned by Tata Motors of India after the firm acquired it from the Ford Motor Company and its headquarters are based in Gaydon.
The deadlines for a number of graduate schemes are coming up so recent university leavers should act with haste if they want to get a place on one of the schemes with firms such as Santander and KPMG.
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