What we do
TWI is a world leading independent research and technology organisation. Established in 1946 with headquarters at Granta Park near Cambridge, TWI provides industry with engineering and manufacturing solutions for structures, incorporating joining and associated technologies (surfacing, coating, additive manufacture, cutting, etc.) through information and technology transfer; consultancy and project support; generic research, contract R&D; training, qualification and professional society membership. It is the only single source of expertise in every aspect of joining technology for engineering materials - metals, plastics, ceramics, composites and electronic assemblies – from materials selection, through manufacture, to in-service performance.
Who you'll work with
As a new member of our workforce you will join a team of specialists and be encouraged to take responsibility for developing your own career. We will support you from your first day, and regular interaction with line managers will help you focus on your new role and realise your future ambitions.
Roles at TWI include engineers and scientists; graduates; technicians; apprentices; training and examination experts; IT specialists; commercial officers; human resources professionals; marketing professionals; finance and purchasing professionals; quality and safety specialists; information professionals; facilities technicians; hospitality services staff.
Is to provide Members and stakeholders with authoritative and impartial expert advice, knowhow and safety assurance through engineering, materials and joining technologies.
Our workforce are our biggest asset and our range of benefits is designed to reflect this. They include Pension scheme, Life Assurance, Private Medical and Dental insurance, Share in success scheme which is designed to provide a financial reward to all staff, based on the success of the global TWI Group, Hours of work which are 36 hours per week and 33 days holiday annually are offered (includes 4 company days over Christmas and 8 bank holidays).