Sheffield, United Kingdom; Cambridge, United Kingdom; Manchester, United Kingdom
Embedded Electronic Systems Design and Development Apprentice - Level 6Apply now
Piece Together The World’s Most Powerful Puzzle
This world has a design. It’s infinite yet discoverable. Small yet powerful. Our design engineers must all at once predict it and create it. From implementation of the most advanced CPU, GPU and HPC processors on the planet to dreaming up every eventuality that could put our SoC and system IP to the test, we puzzle over the biggest questions of our time. And microarchitect the future.
Work At The Very Edge
At Arm, you’re in a position to influence 95% of the world’s connected devices and all of their applications. Healthcare, infrastructure, virtual reality… you’ll affect hundreds, if not thousands of industries worldwide, racing towards new milestones in human endeavour.
Learning And Development
Whether you want to learn a new programming language, explore your management potential or witness the latest innovations at industry conferences, we promise you both the freedom and the support to develop when you want it.
We'll always encourage you to take plenty of annual leave, so you stay fresh and inspired. But you know what really does it? When we encourage you to take an extended, paid four-week sabbatical after 4 years of service.
You're a human being, not a resource. So it's important to us that we're there for you at significant points in your life. Whether you're having kids, acting as a primary care giver or have lost a loved one, our flexible progressive leave allows you to put your family first without worrying about your career.
We create a safe space for you to look after your mental and physical health, with support ranging from medical insurance to the workplace mental health platform, Unmind. Alongside a growing number of onsite gyms, yoga, cycling and running clubs. All of which comes with a flexible working policy, so you can live life and be your brilliant self.
About the apprenticeship
Degree Apprenticeships provide a way to access higher education while gaining valuable experience in the workplace. You will be enrolled on our four-year BEng (Hons) Electrical and Electronic Engineering degree pathway. You will develop the latest expertise in the field such as digital signal processing, microelectronic & VLSI design practice, robotics and neural networks, power systems applications and implementation, and advanced power conversion and control application trends.
Please refer to the Computer-Science-and-Electronic-Engineering-apprenticeships guide for more information.
To be eligible you will need:
- To be aged 16 or older at the start of the apprenticeship
- Not be enrolled on another funded apprenticeship or another funded further education or higher education programme at the time you start your new apprenticeship
- Be employed in a full-time job (minimum of 30 hours per week) or have a signed contract to start a full time job role, which is relevant to the apprenticeship you’re applying for
- Meet the qualification entry requirements of the apprenticeship standard and be able to provide original qualification certificates at enrolment.
- Only apply for an apprenticeship unrelated to any qualifications you hold at the same or higher level than the apprenticeship you wish to apply for; the apprenticeship being applied for must be unrelated in subject and content from any qualification already held
- Not expect funding for a repeated qualification; the Education and Skills Funding Agency (ESFA) will not fund apprentices who are repeating the same qualification.
- Not be asked to contribute financially to the direct cost of your apprenticeship fees or use a student loan to finance any apprenticeship
- To be willing to spend at least 50% of your working time in England
Prior learning requirements
- A-Levels: ABB (including Mathematics)
- GCSE Mathematics: C
- GCSE English Language: C
- BTEC National Diploma: DDM
- IB: 30 points, including Higher Level Mathematics grade 5 and Standard Level Science grade 4
Required Skills and Experiences
- A keen interest in Embedded Electronic Systems Design and Development Engineering
- An understanding of what Arm is and does
- Enjoy solving problems
- Good verbal and written communication skills in English
- Good listening skills
We always want to hear more about your experience and the projects you have worked on. Please include any extracurricular activity which will help your application.
‘Nice to have’ skills and experience
- An ability to build strong and positive relationships based on mutual trust
- Actively seeks out and encourages alternative viewpoints and ideas
- Applies critical thinking to select the best way forward
- Demonstrates a positive attitude in gaining insight from team experiences
- Is receptive to feedback
A key part of every new job is ‘what’s in it for me?’ On top of the already compelling Life at arm, we are famous of our team culture - including Friday focus times, regular career conversations, remarkable diversity-, equity and inclusion approach and continuous improvement mentality. We have quarterly ‘days of care’ devoted to wellbeing as well as ‘connect days’ where teams socialise and connect with the wider business.
‘Giving back’ is also a core part of life at Arm, everyone here can volunteer half a day a month through Team Arm and there are lots of opportunities to do something meaningful and impactful both locally and globally.
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) at Arm
“United In Purpose, Empowered Through Inclusion
We all play an important role in co-creating an inclusive environment in which representation matters, people are valued, diverse perspectives are heard, and everyone’s skills are fully utilized.
At Arm, we are committed to integrating DEI practices into everything we do to effectively collaborate across teams and regions, innovate with our ecosystem partners, and be impactful leaders, managers, and individuals.
The Future Is Built On Arm. Let’s Build The Future Together.”
Apply now! The role is scheduled to close by Friday 7th April 2023
Equal Opportunities at Arm
Arm is an equal opportunity employer, committed to providing an environment of mutual respect where equal opportunities are available to all applicants and colleagues. We are a diverse organization of dedicated and innovative individuals, and don’t discriminate on the basis of any characteristic.
Hybrid Working at Arm
Arm’s hybrid approach to working is centred around flexibility, where we split our time between the office and other locations to get our work done. We empower groups/teams to determine their hybrid working pattern, with an expected minimum attendance in the office of 20% per month, depending on the work, level of experience and team’s needs. In some cases, the flexibility we can offer is limited by local legal, regulatory, tax, or other considerations, and where this is the case, we will collaborate with you to find the best solution.
Life At Arm
Life in the office doesn't get any better. Especially when those offices are as sleek as ours. And the people are as creative and intuitive. Combine that with our popular ‘we, not I' mindset and you enjoy the kind of teamwork and togetherness rarely found elsewhere. We share so much in common, not least the same passion for progress, but we also welcome each other's diversity. Because, ultimately, we love to inspire and be inspired every day.