We are always looking for creative and talented university graduates for full-time permanent positions. We can offer our graduates an amazing start to their career. Working at eg is all-hands on deck and graduates are expected to take on a wide variety of responsibilities very quickly. It is a steep learning curve which means we can constantly challenge our graduates to lean new technologies, develop their skills and take real ownership of their work. They are involved in really interesting projects covering all aspects of the product development process.
Because we are a small company, we operate on a much flatter management structure which means our graduates work directly with founders, team leads, peers and customers which really enables them to learn more about the whole company, from brainstorming ideas to project management through to commercial networking opportunities and client facing meetings.
We like to keep our staff. Appointments are made carefully with the aim of supporting and retaining our employees. We listen to what you want to do and how you want to grow. Career progression, personal development and staff wellbeing are all high on our list of priorities.
If you can’t see any opportunities on our website that you feel are suited to you, but you have skills and strengths that you think would be a match for us, please send in your CV and covering letter to email@example.com. We don’t want to miss out on a great employee.
What our graduates say….
"Over the past year, I feel I have been able to put the theory learned throughout my degree into practice. From day one I have been working on real Medical devices giving my input and developing my skills. Being surrounded by Smart Experienced engineers can be very daunting in the beginning however nothing but that could have given me the knowledge that I have today.
I chose to work at eg technology over a larger company or graduate scheme due to the close family-like team which it offers, there are no boundaries between roles and everyone is approachable and this was clear from the first meeting."
Connor Yoh, Software Engineer
"As a recent graduate of Imperial College London, I've found eg technology to be a rewarding place to work in the year I've been here so far. The opportunity to hit the ground running by working on varied real-world projects as a part of the electronics team, combined with the nature of eg as a small and growing company well supplied with knowledgeable and talented colleagues, means that there is a path to grow organically as an engineer that I found more appealing than graduate schemes.
At university, I developed an interest in medical electronic devices and found that working with and developing varied skills was important to me. eg has a large portfolio of medical and consumer projects, which allows me to develop my capabilities on stimulating and complex projects, and as a consultancy that can take on a concept and evolve it through the development process into a finished product, there certainly is a wide variety of challenges!
Project teams work effectively and efficiently together at eg, in part enabled by the relatively un-hierarchical structure of the technical groups, and by the efforts made to ensure that all staff are aware of what's going on in the company every week. Working closely with skilled engineers in varied interdisciplinary teams has contributed to my development as an engineer capable of tackling diverse challenges, which is one aspect of the culture at eg that I greatly value.
eg is well located on bike routes from the centre of Cambridge, with plenty of green space that is often used for staff events. Thursday Cake on the lawn is a highlight of the week!”
Edward Da Fonseca, Electronics Engineer
"I joined eg technology because I wanted a career in which I could be involved with designing medical devices. By joining a small company, I can fully immerse myself into a project and be involved with various, if not all, stages of the design process. Unlike most graduate schemes, rather than starting a job by going through a long training phase, I was involved in meetings and given projects within my first few days. This practical way of learning, and the one-to-one support to help me overcome hurdles, has allowed me to learn so much so early on in my career."
Aishwarya Pattar, Software Engineer