Graduate Engineer - Connected & Autonomous Vehicles

Nuneaton - MIRA Technology Park

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£29,000 plus competitive benefits
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Nuneaton - MIRA Technology Park


HORIBA MIRA has over 75 years of heritage in developing some of the world’s most iconic vehicles. Our engineers utilise the latest test facilities and simulation tools to make vehicles and journeys safer, cleaner, more efficient and rewarding. Every journey in the world is positively influenced by us.

We are a very diverse organisation and, since our acquisition by HORIBA in 2015, operate from an increasingly global perspective.

Graduate Engineering Opportunities – September 2022 start

Our graduate roles empower new graduates with choices and allow us to identify individual learning paths to provide individuals with the best personal and professional development opportunities.

With access to our cutting-edge facilities, training and development, mentoring scheme, and support from previous graduates, the structured support we offer facilitates a range of experiences to help build technical expertise and shape future potential.

Throughout the journey with us, graduates work alongside recognised industry experts and leading consultants who provide support and mentoring towards Chartered status.


Ideally be able to show some interest/experience in required skill sets.

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Soft skills are just as important as technical skills, and so we look for candidates who can demonstrate the following:

  • Interpersonal skills (communication, teamworking)
  • Customer focus
  • Creativity
  • Problem-solving
  • Resilience

Applicants should possess an Honours degree (min. 2:2) or Master’s degree in any of the following disciplines listed:

  • Computing
  • Computer Science
  • Software Development
  • Electronic Engineering 
Other information

At HORIBA MIRA we have a wide range of benefits including:-

  • £29,000 starting salary
  • Salary reviewed every 6 months during the initial 2 years, with salary progression monitored over the first three years
  • 27 days holiday + statutory days (with the option to participate in a holiday buy/sell scheme)
  • A generous contributory pension plan
  • A fantastic Employee Assistance Programme which offers a range of wellbeing services to staff.
  • Reimbursement of fees for corporate memberships for relevant Chartered/professional institution
  • A range of tax efficient salary sacrifice options including a cycle to work scheme.

Successful candidates must be able to work in the UK without restrictions and meet UK government security vetting criteria.

Right to work: - HORIBA MIRA actively promotes diversity and inclusion across our organisation, however this role does not meet the criteria to be considered within the current Home Office Shortage Occupation list. 

Closing date for Applications: Sunday 26th June

You are advised to submit your application as soon as possible, as we reserve the right to close posts at any time once we have received sufficient applications.

Assessment process:

If you meet our eligibility criteria, we will then ask you to complete some psychometric tests, with successful applicants then progressing to an assessment day where we can meet each other. This will take place at our MIRA Technology Institute in w/c 25th July, so your diary must be available for this.