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Our Teams - Graduates

“I found out about HMGCC at an open day, and joined
straight after uni.”


It’s challenging and yours to make your own. For graduates, our unique environment offers the chance to make an immediate and ongoing contribution to the entire development lifecycle of products, systems and solutions that are vital to the nation’s security.

Your progression will be down to you. Whether you want to work your way into leadership or become an expert in your field, we’ll provide all the support and opportunities you need to go far.

Training is not confined to work experience alone, far from it. Through Continuing Professional Development, our goal is to make sure that all of our people, both newly qualified graduates and highly experienced professionals, achieve - and continue to achieve - their full potential.

Plus if you discover a training course, or a professional membership you want to obtain, we can certainly support that too.


Landing zone

There’s plenty of scope for Engineering graduates to make an impact at HMGCC. So much so that we’ve designed the Landing Zone for you to find your feet and work out the best place for you.

The Landing Zone will see you spend up to three months working on real projects while we work out which of our teams will work to your strengths. You’ll be trained up on our style of Engineering and get experience of our domains and toolsets, and then together we'll work out where you’ll begin your exciting career.

Graduate benefits

Graduates get all of the fantastic benefits that everybody at HMGCC receives, including:

  • Competitive starting salary – see the advertised job descriptions for the current rates
  • Robust progression system
  • Mentoring and buddy support
  • Working on real life projects right from the start
  • Online training and eLibrary access
  • Chartership/accreditation route for professional membership - BCS, IET, APM


Turn your curiosity into reality.

Could you be what we're looking for to join our Apprenticeship scheme next year?