The Graduate Programme
You’ll spend two years gaining experience across various engineering disciplines and IMI Critical Engineering
companies. Areas you’ll be exposed to include Project Engineering, New Product Development, Application
Engineering and Project Management. By the end of the programme, you’ll have the training and insights you need to make an informed decision about which discipline best suits your talents.
While your first placement will be in the country you apply to, your second placement could be at any of the 15 IMI
Critical Engineering manufacturing facilities around the globe.
Where can you apply?
Degree of Requirements
- Material Engineering
- Instrument & Control
- Science such as Mathematics and Physics
- Materials Sciences & Engineering
- Dynamic Machinery and Engineering
- Power Engineering and Engineering Thermophysics
- Thermal and power engineering
- Mechatronics Engineering
- Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
- Environmental Engineering
- Metallurgical Engineering
- Engineering (Aeronautical & Aerospace)
- Engineering (Chemical)
- Engineering (Communications)
- Engineering (Computer, Control, Software & Systems)
- Engineering (Electrical & Electronic)
- Engineering (Manufacturing)
- Engineering (Process/Automation)
- Engineering (Mechanical)
- Engineering (Design)
Fluent/Advanced English is a must. Japanese is preferred. For Chinese, Japanese speaking is a plus.
IMI plc, the specialist engineering company, designs, manufactures and services highly engineered products that control the precise movement of fluids. Its innovative technologies, built around valves and actuators, enable vital processes to operate safely, cleanly, efficiently and cost effectively. The Group works with industrial customers across a range of high growth sectors, including energy, transportation and infrastructure, all of which are benefiting from the impact of long-term global trends including climate change, urbanisation, resource scarcity and an ageing population. IMI employs some 11,000 people, has manufacturing facilities in more than 20 countries and operates a global service network. In 2016, IMI Group sales revenue was 1,649 million GBP.
About IMI Critical Engineering
Part of IMI plc, IMI Critical Engineering is a world-leading provider of flow control solutions with focus on solving difficulties of critical application under extreme temperature and pressure, as well as intensely abrasive or corrosive operations. IMI Critical Engineering operates more than 200,000 valves around world and employs more than 4,000 people. The company operates a global service network with 16 manufacturing facilities worldwide. Find out more www.imi-critical.com. In 2016, IMI Critical Engineering sales revenue was 651 million GBP.