Careers in Engineering

Careers in Engineering

Engineering careers at Chess Dynamics are available to new graduates and experienced professionals across a broad range of engineering disciplines including systems, mechanical, electronic, electrical and software engineering. The business provides solutions for a wide variety of international customer needs crossing land, sea and air domains in diverse applications.

New multiskilled project teams are routinely formed for the delivery of each project offering opportunity for variety, regular training and leadership responsibility for developing engineers.


At Chess you will experience the full development lifecycle from business capture through development to system commissioning and support. You will have opportunity to meet customers and understand their problem space and experience their operating environments.


Throughout the system lifecycle, you will be encouraged to apply your creativity and initiative in engineering design, seeking ways to improve customer experience and offer new capabilities in emerging areas of new business. Chess Dynamics encourages constructive and objective teamwork across all levels of seniority and functional departments to deliver high quality designs and products that the whole business can be proud of.


Integrity and respect of all staff unpins the success of our daily operations. We encourage all staff to contribute to continuous improvement of strategy, products, capabilities and processes.


Chess Dynamics is engaged in student training through work experience programmes and the UKESF scholarship scheme. Chess is also committed to continuous professional development through structured development plans, appraisals and sponsorship of professional registration. We will work with you to tailor your work experience to cover the competence levels necessary for a chartered engineer.

Chess is a Small to Medium Enterprise with an ambitious growth strategy seeking enthusiastic and innovative engineers to join us in an exciting market space.