Partner Electronics Ltd has been providing electronics and engineering support since it was formed in 2007 by a group of experienced engineers. Our aim is to provide an innovative resource to businesses and engineering teams that gets the best from the electronics in any product.
Our aim is to provide a more flexible and cost-effective option to engineering and project managers who need additional resource and skills to complete their projects.
From our experience of managing projects, we know that particular skills are required at varying levels during a project, and we are set up to provide those resources in a flexible way.
Partner Electronics has always been based in Silverstone in the heartland of England. Initially based in the Silverstone Innovation Centre before moving in 2010 to larger premises at New Rookery Farm just a mile or so down the road.
Our offices provide larger offices, a new workshop, and meeting rooms. As the team expanded, the opportunity was taken in May 2012 to expand into the adjacent unit, further improving the facilities to serve our customers.
Length of opportunity: 8–12 weeks
Salary/hourly rate: £7.85 per hour
Partner Electronics is looking for an electronics engineer intern to join our team, which provides product design assistance and solutions for customers in a wide range of sectors including consumer electronics, telecoms and defence.
Working as part of a hardware and software engineering team, the successful candidate will have the opportunity to work with, and learn from an experienced group of design engineers.
We are looking for an enthusiastic and focussed engineer who fits well into our team and gets tasks finished. For the right candidate, there is potential for this role to develop into that of design engineer, as performance is demonstrated.
This role will be based at our Silverstone offices, close to Milton Keynes and Northampton with its fast train links into London, in a region with a long standing history of leading edge technology, from telecommunications to motor sport. From here we work with our clients throughout the country and beyond, to deliver technology solutions.
- a strong theoretical understanding and practical ability with electronics
- good maths skills relevant to electronics and physics
- strong competency in task and time management
- an engineering student working towards a first or upper second class degree or equivalent
- must have relevant entitlement to work in the UK
- no known reasons to fail a security clearance
Successful completion of the duties and tasks allocated within the team. An opportunity to develop an area of interest with other engineers during Maker Tim.