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We are looking for talented people who can help us make a difference. The people who work at Frazer-Nash thrive in an environment where they are presented with challenging problems to solve. Frazer-Nash is the opportunity to launch your career and work alongside experienced professionals who are willing to share their knowledge and support your development.

Expand your potential

Could you be part of Frazer Nash's future? As one of the UK's biggest systems and engineering consultancies we offer graduates with a Masters degree the prospect of a dynamic future with the opportunity to be involved in some of the most demanding projects around.

A career with Frazer-Nash means you will be given guidance from the best engineers from day one. We will always encourage you to think outside the box, helping you to develop the essential problem solving skills that engineers need. You will be given the opportunity to work directly with clients on-site which will help you to expand your breadth of experience.

You will be involved in diverse industries as we want you to expand your potential by developing wide-ranging skills. This is what makes the job exciting, you will always be working on new things and will always be able to contribute your creativity to make an impact on high-profile projects. This experience will help you to shape the perfect career.

You'll be supported through your professional development throughout your career. We actively encourage our graduates to become Chartered with their relevant professional institution and provide the necessary support through our Professional Development Scheme.

How to apply

To apply for a graduate position, complete the application form and send it with your CV and a covering letter, outlining your preferred technical area if applicable, to our Human Resources team at cv@fnc.co.uk.

Applications for our 2019 graduate programme are still being accepted.

The closing date for applications is Saturday 15 December 2018

Still studying?

If you are an undergraduate on a science, technology, engineering
and mathematics (STEM)
based Masters degree course you can apply for a summer internship.

Take a look at our Internships page to find out more.