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Graduate Programme - Technical

Join the Limbs & Things Graduate Technical Programme

Our Graduate programmes

It’s a thrilling time to join us as our company experiences rapid growth and is reaching a pivotal point in its evolution. Join one of our graduate development programmes and you will help shape the direction of a really unique company. Our programmes are created to give you the chance to work on real projects within our organisation and to gain knowledge of the larger business and industry, with an emphasis on either a commercial or technical career path.

Before you specialise in a field of expertise as a graduate, you will have your own understanding of the opportunities in our organisation. It’s all about your ability to grow and how we can assist you in finding the right fit.

Our values establish what we stand for, both now and in the future, and how we conduct ourselves. The reason we exist is to improve patient outcomes through realistic learning experience; to make a difference to the lives of others; at Limbs every one of us contributes to that goal.

What you'll do on the Graduate Programme

Our training programme will equip you with the skills and confidence you need for a real step up in your career, with a technical focus, as well as professional skills.

Our opportunities are designed to help you develop your skills

If you consistently look for solutions, push yourself to achieve results, are willing to work hard and care about making a difference in the work you do, we want to hear from you.


Technical Programme

You will work with Product Managers, Designers & Design Engineers in project teams, solving problems and coming up with solutions, you will also be liaising with Operations and Production Engineering Teams to contribute to the delivery of projects through the New Product Development (NPD) phases.

You will complete short placements in other departments of the company throughout the course of the 2-year programme, helping you to better understand the business and how product design and development fit into the overall picture.

What you'll need

Qualifications: Product Design, Industrial Design or Engineering degree

You'll also need:

  • An open-minded, curious, collaborative and creative approach to problem-solving
  • Initiative, drive and adaptability to build your career, with support from our leaders
  • A love of learning and applying of new perspectives to your work

St Philips, Bristol (near Temple Meads)

Full-time

Starting at £23,000 per year (see download for more details)