Internships, Year in Industry Placements and Apprenticeships
If you are studying at college or university, an internship or placement is the perfect way to gain valuable experience and help you make the right choice when you leave or graduate.
We offer an array of opportunities from summer internships to student ‘year in industry' placements. Our Apprenticeship programmes are also an opportunity for school or college leavers to gain insight into our business whilst obtaining a formal qualification with the guidance of our experienced mentors.
You can search for current vacancies on our careers page or meet some of our employees who are currently working with our teams as part of their early careers development, by clicking on the videos below.
Meet our Year in Industry people
Work Experience placements
For current school students and leavers, we partner with local schools and universities within the UK and The Netherlands. They value not only the power or our solutions, but also our expertise, collaboration and integrity in the work we do and the support we offer to students.
We also work with the Young Professionals (UK and Ireland) who are a leading student network supporting thousands of school students to accelerate their careers in apprenticeships and work experience programs.
Why choose us?
When you join Malvern Panalytical, part of the Spectris Group, you join a successful, market-leading global business which employs around 7,500 people globally who are passionate about technology. Technology that adds real value in the real world.
At Malvern Panalytical you can learn about how our technologies enable our customers to create a better world by improving everything from the energies that power us and the materials that cure us and the foods we enjoy.
Our people are empowered to think differently and to be intellectually restless. We are constantly striving to find new ways to grow our business and stay ahead of the competition in an increasingly complex and fast-changing world.
When we do this, we do it in the right way. We are committed to absolute integrity in everything we do; being honest, transparent and treating people with fairness and respect.
We are proud to be globally diverse and inclusive. We’re all different, though together we share common values which guide us every day. Take a look and if this sounds good, you can apply to come on board and be part of a company that recognizes that our success is driven by our people.
Use the links below to view our current vacancies.
- 13065 Year in Industry - Data Scientist - find out more
- 13067 Year in Industry - Assistant Software Engineer/Software Tester - find out more
- 13070 Year in Industry - Assistant Scientist - find out more
- 13090 Year in Industry - Assistant Research Scientist - find out more
- 13068 Year in Industry - Engineer - find out more
- 13079 Summer Student - Data Scientist - find out more
- 13077 Summer Student - Applications Scientist - find out more
- 13076 Summer Student - Development Scientist - find out more
Check back later to see if there are any Netherlands opportunities!
Diversity in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math)
Supporting you through your career
At Malvern Panalytical, we prize everyone’s differences and play to everybody’s strengths, it’s part of our core value ‘Be true’. We are on a journey focussed on supporting and celebrating everyone’s unique perspectives.
Here are a few of our recent events and initiatives to help develop our STEM diversity program, with the help of our colleagues and partner organisations:
June 2022: International Women in Engineering Day
To celebrate International Women in Engineering Day, we joined the Young Professionals multi-employer event where we heard from a number of top engineers from some of the largest engineering companies. We discussed the various pathways into the industry and held a Q&A with Rebecca Levy Spectris Foundation Director and Clare Fenwick-Hyde – Software Discipline Lead who spoke all about their careers at Spectris and Malvern Panalytical. It was an inspiring evening and great to see so many women involved and sharing their stories and advice.
July 2022: Do you want to be an engineer and explore a career in science?
In July 2022, we hosted two events with Young Professionals - one online and one in person work experience events. We were joined by over 500 students online where we explored different routes into engineering careers. They watched a live laboratory tour, saw a hackathon, received tips on how to make a great CV and learnt about software engineering and much more. During our in-person event, 26 students attended at our site in Malvern, UK where they discovered some of our particle measuring products, assembled different parts of the lab instruments, saw live testing and experienced a team engineering task. Both events were a great success and inspired the next generation of engineers - thank you to everyone involved!
July 2022: Women's Engineering Society
Malvern Panalytical are members of the Women’s Engineering Society (WES) and took part in the Lottie Tour. WES Lottie Tour is an annual campaign that takes 'Lottie' to many different locations accompanying lots of different engineering friends who show Lottie the work they do in engineering and related careers. WES Lottie Tour has a number of audiences - its primary aim is for Lottie to inspire and encourage the next generation to think of a career in engineering and STEM subjects.
March 2022: Business days Twente and Recruitment days Eindhoven (wervingsdagen)
Malvern Panalytical held a two-day careers event in Eindhoven for students. We showcased Malvern Panalytical to the next generation of future employees, explaining what we do and what job opportunities we had to offer. Everyone who visited the events was invited to visit our sites in Almelo or Eindhoven. Over a dozen students joined our on-site tour and presentation. This was a great success and resulted in securing a number of internships. Will we see you in 2023 or 2024?
Spectris Foundation is a UK-registered charity with global reach. Our purpose is to support education in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM). We believe that every person should have an equal right to quality education and, by working with like-minded partners, we remove barriers and create opportunities for every student to fulfill their potential.