Electrical and Electronics Degree Apprenticeship
- Company: JLR
- Location: West Midlands
- Closing Date: 07-03-2023
Jaguar Land Rover is a multi-site business and you’ll be required to spend time working with different departments at several locations. Once you’ve successfully completed your apprenticeship, you can look forward to a long-term career with us. The role you take on will depend on your performance, personal preferences and business needs.
Level 6 Applied Professional Engineering Programme Degree Apprenticeship:
Our Applied Professional Engineering Degree Apprenticeship programme is aimed at those with a passion for learning and innovation. Ambitious, innovative and determined people who respect our heritage and can think beyond the challenges of today to build the cars of tomorrow.
Internal combustion engines have dominated automotive propulsion since cars were introduced, but we are reimagining the future. While continuing to refine the quality of our combustion engines, we are expanding into electrification, catering to the demands of today and tomorrow. As an Applied Professional Engineering Degree Apprentice, you will become a multi-disciplinary engineer, developing digital technology solutions for modern luxury vehicles that are renowned for their desirability and performance.
Electrical or Electronic Technical Support pathway:
Electronics is the driving force behind most of the innovations in modern vehicles. You can find electronic parts in most, if not all, active components of our products – from sensors and actuators inside traditional mechanical components like dampers all the way up to sophisticated, purely electric propulsion systems. As an Electrical and Electronics Engineer you will learn a variety of different skills including electronic circuit design, power electronics, embedded safety critical system design, programming and more.
Applied Professional Engineering Programme apprentices following the Electrical and Electronics pathway could be based within any of the following teams: Digital Products Platform (DPP), Engineering Powertrain (EP), Engineering Operations (EO) or Engineering Quality (EQ). You will be asked to indicate your preference during the application process.
GCSE Maths and English Language at level 5 or higher plus three additional GCSEs at level 5 (C) or above to include one STEM subject or an Engineering Vocational Qualification at level 3/90 credits/540 GLH or higher. In addition, you will require A-level Maths at grade B or higher and a second A-level at grade C or above in Physics, Chemistry, Engineering or Design & Technology.
Location: Whitley, Gaydon, Solihull