When I generally speak with graduates of any discipline, or fresh-faced students ready to join the working world, the first thing they usually talk about is wanting to join a FTSE 100 business, with loads of training and development opportunity. For those that this statement will resonate with, this is one for you. How about the opportunity to work for a global leader in engineering and industrial software, with offices across the globe?
I imagine you’ve come out of a degree, or masters or PHD within engineering, and now you’re asking yourself, what’s next? You’ve probably looked through the job boards, at the endless roles advertised, wondering which path you should take, though hesitant from fear of being pigeonholed. Well, how about a role where you’ll work across a variety of projects, become a specialist in your field of either mechanical or electrical engineering? How would you feel about consulting global customers about the digital tech they’ve just purchased to transform their business, and now you’ll need to travel to them as their designated expert to help them implement it?
With any “good” opportunity, there should also be good benefits, I’ll let you decide if that’s the case here. You’ll receive a 12% contributory pension, 28 days annual leave not including bank holiday, you’ll get a 5 – 10% annual bonus, access to training and development, company phone and laptop, breakfast and lunch provided, flexible benefits of up to £1080 with your choice as to what that goes on.
Having a broad role within a global company, where you can grow into your chosen field sounds great, doesn’t it? Though perhaps, you’re looking for a bit more specificity as to what you’d do daily, and what qualifications you’d need to do it, we’ll have a look at the below:
You’ll work to understand your specific product back to front
You’ll participate in elaborating the backlog to meet Business and Customer requirements
Work to User Stories specifying requirements and acceptance criteria
Review and feedback on user scenario test cases
Participate in Sprint Planning and Sprint Reviews
Participate in Internal and/or External Reference Groups when required
Communicate with other Scrum Teams as necessary
Communicate with the wider organisation, including Support and Business Unit colleagues, as necessary
Assess and respond to customer support issues as prioritised by the Product Owner
Assist developers and testers with all supporting information necessary to reproduce and fix a defect
Assist when Customer issues are escalated and require specialist input
Knowledge of process, mechanical, electrical, instrumentation engineering requirements, workflows and processes
Knowledge and experience of engineering data modelling and/or engineering class libraries
Experience of industry or corporate standard datasheets for process, mechanical, electrical or instrumentation disciplines
Excellent communication skills both written and verbal
Self-motivated and possessing a passion for success
Beneficial attributes and experience include:
Relevant qualification in Computer Science, Engineering or related subject
Proven experience of working on large scale Engineering projects
Experience using Agile methodologies such as Scrum
Public speaking and presentation skills
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So, if you like the ad, or you’d at least like to know some more, what’s next? You have 3 options….
Number 1: Click the little apply button (don’t worry, we’ll discuss before your CV or application goes anywhere)
Number 2: You can call for James Bokhorst on 07708899199
Number 3: You can find me on LinkedIn, trust me there’s not many people with the surname Bokhorst.