IC Blue Ltd Graduate Scheme

Graduate Scheme

Who is it for?

As a Siemens DIS Expert Partner our company’s primary role is to sell and support Electrical and Electronic design automation software solutions. Our customers include companies such as Triumph Motorcycles, Mercedes F1, Optare and Arrival. You can read more about our software products HERE.

We are looking for self-motivated, university graduate with a background in electrical and/or electronic engineering to help support our software sales engineers with a variety of services.

What will I be doing?

Tasks will be diverse giving you a solid understanding of commercial processes and the challenges faced when businesses look to upgrade their design flows with a new software environment. You will also work closely with our Partners Siemens and Downstream technologies and be given the opportunity to develop relationships within those businesses. You will also engage in add hoc project work for the Directors.

Tasks will include:-

The Deal

So what’s on offer? Salary to be negotiated based on age, experience and capabilities.

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