Robotics Engineers build autonomous machines (robots) for industries such as mining, manufacturing, automotive, services and more. As a Robotics Engineer, you will design prototypes, build and test machines and maintain the software that controls them.
Interest in science
Mechanical Engineers design machines. They work on all product stages – from research and development, to design and manufacture, to installation and maintenance. As a Mechanical Engineer, your mission will be to advance innovation and expand the product range of your company.
The role of a Manufacturing Engineering Technologist is to improve the process of making products, by analysing and modifying new and existing engineering technologies and applying them in the manufacture of products.
As an Industrial Engineer, or Design and Development Engineer, you will work to improve the production process and optimise performance and efficiency. Your primary duties will include conducting industry research, analysing research data and designing new systems of operation.
Fuel cells can be fitted into specially designed trains to convert hydrogen fuel into clean electricity with no harmful emissions. Fuel Cell Engineers oversee the design, construction, fitting and maintenance of fuel cells in trains. This role is great for someone who is interested in engineering and wants to be part of this technological breakthrough.
Environmental Scientists aid the railway in keeping negative environmental impacts to a minimum. They gather samples and observational data to conduct tests in a lab, to identify ways to minimise the environmental impact of the railway. If you enjoy solving problems and are passionate about science and the environment, then a career as an Environmental
Civil Engineers use computer modelling software to design construction projects and manage the on-site construction of these projects. From small-scale enhancements to multi-billion-pound projects, such as HS2 and Crossrail, Civil Engineers are at the heart of transforming Britain’s Rail infrastructure. If you’re a keen problem-solver who thrives working in a team, then a career as
Enthusiastic about caring for the environment, Air Quality Control Specialists are trained to research, inspect and investigate air pollution levels, and take the necessary steps to ensure good air quality. They perform duties such as sampling and testing air quality, investigating public complaints and working to address air pollution issues such as toxic mould.