As a Graduate on the 24 month programme you will support the business and learn about the company, products and customers we support. The programme starts with an initial 8 weeks of training on NI products, solutions and approaches. During this time you will have full support from your manager and team leader as well as current graduates on the programme.
You will be provided with regular support and ongoing training throughout the ELP programme. A lot of your learning will be on the job training where you will learn key skills in technical pre- and post-sales support. You will also find yourself running and delivering technical seminars and professional training to customers to help them get the best out of our products. There is also a technical group project to get involved in which will give you an insight into the products we offer and how they can be used in exciting and innovative ways You will be encouraged to look for opportunities to drive improvement within the roles, as you look to develop your own leadership skills
ELP Engineers work together in a regional team to serve customers from UK, Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland and Iceland. As part of the ELP you will be based in one of our regional centres; Newbury (UK), Kista (Sweden) or Woerden (Netherlands). During the application process, you will be asked to state a preference of location.
If you would like to work in our Netherlands regional centre; Dutch and/or French is a requirement alongside English. For the Swedish regional centre we require; Swedish, Finnish or Danish alongside English. If successful to offer stage, we will take into account your preference for location. However, we do reserve the right to allocate the regional centre of successful candidates based on business needs.
Thierry, Application Engineering Specialist - Free University of Brussels Meng Electronics and Information Technology
“As a fresh college graduate I was searching for a challenging job and decided to join NI. I love the fact that working for NI allows me to keep expanding my technical knowledge outside of my comfort zone to get a broader understanding of common engineering challenges whilst also giving me the opportunity to further specialize myself in my personal domains of interest in FPGA and RF.
However, my favourite things about working for NI are the work-hard play-hard culture, the intelligent people you work with and the fact that working for NI converted me from a shy college graduate into an engineer that can comfortably present a wide variety of technical topics in front of big groups (50+) of technical people.”