We’ve partnered with the United Kingdom since before World War II. Over the course of a relationship that spans more than 80 years, we have grown to a highly-skilled workforce of over 4,000 people – Boeing’s largest European base – across 30 key locations, from Lossiemouth to Gosport. Our people are engaged in all aspects of Boeing’s business, including commercial and defence aviation services and creating the technology of tomorrow.
Boeing is woven deep into the fabric of the UK’s aerospace and wider industrial ecosystem, including our collaboration with the UK government, long-term research partnerships with six universities and a diverse network of over 650 domestic suppliers. Anchored by our presence at key sites across the UK, Boeing is committed to innovating and investing in efforts that build, enhance and contribute to the communities where we are proud to live and work.
Ofcom is the regulator of the UK communications industries, with responsibilities across television, radio, telecommunications, wireless and postal communications services.
The communications sectors are among the most fast-moving in the world, introducing innovative new technologies that can transform our lives. Sitting in the middle of this extraordinary activity is Ofcom.
We tangle with hot topics such as understanding the impact of new technology and the utilisation and protection of scarce spectrum. Engineers play a central role in supporting Ofcom’s strategic direction, influencing national and international regulatory policy for spectrum, promoting competition and innovation - all of which are vital to the UK economy. Ofcom is right at the heart of the communications industries and you can be part of it too.
We’re really proud to be sponsoring the IET Young Woman Engineer of the Year Awards, which recognise outstanding female engineers in the UK. One of our main aims is to attract and retain top-quality people, who are the best in their field and we are looking for talented female engineers and technologists to join us.
Ofcom is a dynamic place to work, offering employees the opportunity to combine high-level and intellectually challenging work in a rewarding environment. We are open to and support a range of flexible working practices to enable colleagues to balance their home and work lives. We have a competitive maternity scheme which supports employees before, during and after their maternity leave.
We provide compelling and competitive benefits, such as childcare vouchers, health checks, and a range of insurance. We have an active community volunteering programme, and we actively encourage colleagues to support the local community.
We’re looking for the best people that want to be part of the fast-paced communications sector.
Royal Air Force
Royal Air Force is proud to announce their sponsorship of the highly coveted and prestigious IET Young Woman Engineer of the Year Awards.
The awards recognise the very best female engineers which the UK has to offer, highlighting the achievements of women in science, engineering and technology.
The RAF is keen to promote women and Engineering Excellence as these skills are an intrinsic part of many different careers within the RAF.
By raising awareness of the accomplishments of women engineers, The RAF can ensure that they continue their tradition of being at the peak of the engineering profession.
The people we all rely on to keep our nation moving – they rely on Thales in the UK. In a world that is increasingly fast-paced, unpredictable and full of opportunities, they come to us with big ambitions: to make the UK better and to keep its people safer.
Combining a unique diversity of expertise, talents and cultures, our architects’ design and deliver extraordinary high technology solutions. Solutions that make tomorrow possible, today.
We’re a team of over 6,500 experts, including 4,500 highly skilled engineers, across nine key UK sites. We’re a global technology business operating across aerospace, defence, digital security, transport and space.
With a heritage of over 130 years, we understand the importance of developing skills for the future which is why we have over 400 apprentices and graduates across the UK. We are committed to supporting our people, and continuously developing talent and highly skilled experts.
Operating across 68 countries, Thales Group helps make the world go round. We work with over 80,000 people across the globe every day to keep the public secure, guarding vital infrastructure and protect national security.