We at SRC UK understand that our employees are the reason for our success, which is why one of our core values is to offer an exceptional employee experience. We do this by offering a comprehensive benefits package and supporting you in not only your career development but your personal development too.
- Retirement plan with 5% employer contribution
SRC UK contributes 5% of your pre-tax salary toward your retirement in addition to any personal contribution.
- Tuition support
Because we want you to be professionally satisfied and help you gain the knowledge to further your career.
- Paid time off and holidays
24 days annual leave, plus bank holidays
- Medical insurance plan
We offer a low-cost, easy-to-use plan that helps you focus on what you value most – your health.
- Employee referral program
We reward SRC employees who refer qualified candidates that become employees.
We encourage our employees to contribute to the wider community and local charities, to support those around us.
Start a Career
We’re sure that if you choose to start a career with us, you’ll be able to truly stand behind the work we do here. Whether you are a MoD veteran transitioning to a private sector career, someone with a background in defence systems or a graduate looking to a future in the fast paced world of Intelligence Mission Data, we can find you a position to help you realise your potential.
Mission Data Analytics
At SRC, Analysts play a major role in the production and delivery of Intelligence Mission Data (IMD). They are responsible for working alongside our military to identify threats to our defence and create information that will allow the UK and her allies to protect against them.
Analysts could work from a number of different locations and with both industry partners and MoD employees to create a collaborative and detail driven solution to complex problems that might be faced in a hostile environment.
As an IMD analyst you will be responsible for analysing data and creating detailed descriptions and parametric information of known adversary capabilities, supporting test and evaluation of this data and possibly developing mission data and countermeasures to protect those who serve.
At SRC UK, software engineers play a crucial role in the development of our systems’ capabilities. They are responsible for writing the code that make sensors and mission data solutions effective.
As a software engineer you’ll be involved in almost every stage of product development.
Our software engineers collaborate extensively with other engineering disciplines to develop the most comprehensive and effective solutions possible - this collaborative atmosphere fosters professional growth and continues to inspire new innovations throughout the company.
At SRC UK, a systems engineer could work individually or as part of a project team in understanding customer requirements and reducing them into smaller manageable objectives that engineering teams can use as they begin to design a new solution.
The systems engineer has a deep knowledge of how a product or system needs to work, and can anticipate how a design change, or software update, might affect the different components of a system. They use this knowledge to guide engineering teams as they collaborate on a project, helping to solve and prevent unexpected problems. The systems engineer plays a major role in bringing all the pieces of a project together – ensuring a cohesive, understandable and effective product.
As a systems engineer, you’ll be responsible for bringing all of the different disciplines of engineering together into one effective, agile and cohesive project team. You’ll play an active role in bringing our innovative technology to market.
SRC UK offer graduates a bespoke programme – take a look at our graduates progamme page here