To mark the end of our 2023 work placement programme, NeoDyne took time to recognise the achievements and contributions of our 2023 interns at the Fota Clubhouse in Cork.

NeoDyne prides itself on its work placement programme, taking on several students each year to give them real-world engineering experience. This year, we welcomed nine Electrical Engineering, Business Information Systems and Industrial Physics students from UCC, UCD and MTU. Over their 5-8 month placements, the students got to do meaningful work, developing their knowledge through live customer projects and real-world challenges. Working across different areas of our business, they all became valued and indispensable members of the NeoDyne team.

Speaking at the event, Martin Farrell (MD) thanked each student for their contribution and said, “NeoDyne is a people-first company, and this culture permeates everything we do. Our most valuable asset is our people and developing future engineering talent is part of this philosophy. We have been committed to local University work placement programmes since 2000 and intend to continue this relationship well into the future to give students the skills and experience they need to succeed.”

With students finishing their placements in the next two weeks, NeoDyne wishes them all the best in their final year and hopes to see many return as graduates in 2024!

2023 Work Placement Students

NeoDyne 2023 Work Placement Students outside Fota Clubhouse
with Shane Hanley, Kathryn Ablett, Imelda O’Boyle, Martin Farrell and Patrick Landers from NeoDyne

2024 Work Placement Programme

If you want to gain experience with a company at the forefront of electrical engineering, renewables, automation, and digital manufacturing, look no further. Our 2024 work placement programme is open!

At NeoDyne, we believe in giving you the skills and opportunities to kick-start your engineering career. After a comprehensive induction, you will be placed in one of our three business specialisations: System IntegrationPower Generation and Transmission & Distribution, aligning with your Degree and career ambitions. Benefiting from continuous mentoring, training and support, you’ll get to work on live projects with real-world challenges from Day 1. Depending on your chosen business specialisation, work assignments will be varied and could include Electrical design, PLC and SCADA programming, batch management and MES development. As you develop your skills, you will also gain pharma, food & beverage, utilities and renewables industry expertise. And what’s more, with the vast majority returning to take up graduate positions with NeoDyne, the programme boasts real employment credentials!

So, why wait? Contact your placement officer or send your CV to today.