TTP plc. Full-time 2018-01-23

Graduate Electronics Engineer

  • Location
    Cambridge, United Kingdom


TTP is looking for a Graduate Electronic Engineer with the initiative to tackle design of electronic solutions in innovative products and technology. TTP is an employee-owned consulting business working with global blue-chip companies and ambitious start-ups to unlock value in technology.

The success of electronics in most of our requires true integration with every other discipline. As an engineer this provides you with an amazing opportunity to become fluent across the whole development; from user research, through industrial design and manufacturing, you will develop specialist knowledge to help shape, design and guide the project.

As a consultant at TTP you will not only be actively contributing to a wide variety of cutting edge technology projects, you’ll be developing commercial propositions and creating new business for the company. We bring deep knowledge, insight and experience to the technical challenges that our clients face, as well as developing our own technologies.

We do not operate a formal graduate scheme, rather you will start work on a live project and receive on the job mentoring. Typical projects are agile and multidisciplinary, involving close-knit teams of scientists and engineers. As a graduate at TTP there are few barriers to your progress, but we provide the support and guidance to expand your technical and commercial experience.You will be developing products and technologies that are game-changing in areas as diverse as life science, medical devices, instrumentation, sensing, communications, industrial products, and security systems.

The successful candidate will have excellent academic credentials and will enjoy creating elegant and simple solutions to seemingly complex challenges. Your contribution will be immediate in active projects involving a mixture of lab-based technology development alongside commercially-focused, client-facing interactions.


  • A 1st or Upper 2nd class degree (or expected) in Electronic Engineering or a related degree from a leading university
  • Curiosity, imagination, initiative and creativity
  • Solid understanding of engineering fundamentals and physical principles beyond pure electronics
  • Strong problem-solving skills
  • Effective communication and interpersonal skills
  • Good low-level analysis and understanding of electronic circuits
  • Interests beyond the university course demonstrating initiative, individuality and creativity
  • Any experience (or potential) for project-leadership would be a distinct advantage


  • Employer pension contribution of 12% (+3% personal contribution)
  • Profit related bonus
  • Enhanced share purchase scheme
  • Private Medical Insurance
  • Life insurance
  • 25 days’ annual holiday plus bank holidays
  • Discounts and memberships to local sports facilities and the theatre
  • Cycle to Work scheme
  • A comprehensive relocation package is also available, if applicable.

How to apply

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