Placement students work under the direction of technical team leaders and mentors who guide and support their work, personal development and professional accreditation. The successful candidate will join a team focused on the development, application and validation of electronic and electrical systems for diesel engine or construction machine products.
Our placement students all work on real development projects working alongside experienced engineers. The job may include a variety of tasks including system specifications, embedded software design and development, control system modelling and analysis, component selection and validation, system level development and validation, product health analysis or quality issue resolution.
Successful candidates will be enthusiastic, self-motivated and capable of learning quickly in a fast-paced development environment.
A key requirement is to have an interest in applying electronic technology to the control of mechanical or hydraulic systems.
You will also require excellent interpersonal and communication skills to regularly interface with customers and colleagues within the Caterpillar global team. Travel to customer sites within Europe may be required.
Degree Disciplines Accepted: (on track for a 2:1 or above)
We are looking for a candidate with honours degrees in Electronics, Control Systems, Mechanical Engineering, Automotive Engineering, Mechatronics or similar subjects.