Thursday, February 16, 2017
The Manufacturing Technology Centre is one of the Midlands success stories – created to provide manufacturing system solutions in an agile environment in partnership with industry, academia and other institutions. The MTC provides an unparalleled environment for the development and demonstration of new technologies on an industrial scale.
Now in its sixth year of continued growth, the MTC has always recognised the importance of identifying and developing future engineering talent via its high-profile graduate scheme. This year however promises to surpass all previous recruitment quotas as they seek to appoint a further 30 graduates to their development programme.
Working in partnership with Consilium Recruit, one of the midlands leading manufacturing and engineering recruitment specialists, this year’s scheme will run through March and April and see a number of recent STEM graduates (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) pass through a rigorous selection process where they’ll be expected to examine a specific range of assessments plus technical and business challenges.
Consilum Director Adrian Elwell said: “This is a rare opportunity for some of the brightest engineering and scientific talent to launch their careers in such an innovative and inspiring environment”.
Having supported the MTC with its ambitious growth plans for the past five years, the Midlands based recruitment company has successfully enabled the appointment of more than 400 talented individuals via its dedicated business division for hi-tech and innovative organisations.
He added “We’re extremely proud to have contributed to the MTC’s rapid growth since inception. We’re delighted to have supported them in becoming the world-class research centre that it is today and look forward to playing a part in the future growth and success of this world beating facility”.
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