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BAE looking for more engineering and physics graduates

13 Mar 14  | Recruitment News
 

BAE Systems has announced that it is on the hunt for more engineering, IT and physics graduates this year, according to thetimes.co.uk.

The firm says it needs more recruits to its Applied Intelligence sector due to the fact that the industry is on the rise.


Talking about this, David Garfield, managing director of Cyber Security at BAE Systems Applied Intelligence, told theiet.org: "The growth of the BAE Systems Applied Intelligence business reflects a rising global demand for expertise and technologies to help businesses defend themselves against cybercrime and effectively manage the threat."

He continued: "To respond to this we need to recruit growing numbers of bright, motivated individuals, particularly IT, engineering and physics graduates."

Mr Garfield said that these graduates who are hired could expect "excellent training" as well as enrolment on to a development programme. He also claimed that they would be working with the most technical IT systems in the sector.

The firm is planning to recruit a total of 287 graduates in the UK this year. Around 120 of these are expected to join BAE Systems Applied Intelligence, which is based in Guildford, Surrey.

BAE is particularly hiring more recruits in this sector in order to deal with a rise in digital criminality..

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