Alloyed is a young venture-funded company of 50 world-class metallurgists, mechanical engineers, and software developers working across 3 offices in the UK, one in Japan, and one in California to build the future of advanced metal components. To do this it uses proprietary software packages which combine advanced machine learning and physical modelling to invent better alloys, devise better ways to process them, and design better 3D-printed components.

Alloyed has business in the Aerospace, Automotive, Electronics, and Medical markets, and its products span from parts of rockets to orthopaedic implants via parts for consumer electronics. Its customers are among the biggest companies in the world in their sectors. Priorities for 2021 include bringing online the UK’s first certified production facility for 3D printed custom ankle implants, getting a new alloy for turbochargers to market, and having one of its components designed into a virtual reality headset.



Alloyed is looking for exceptional scientists with a desire to use their degree in a real-world setting to develop the next generation of high-performance alloys and alloy components.

Successful applicants for the graduate and intern roles will be on track for a 2:1 or above, ideally in Mechanical Engineering or a related field, including: Materials Science, Physics or Chemistry. They will be adaptable and organised, able to prioritise multiple workstreams, and will work effectively in a group setting.

A competitive starting salary is offered.



We have a range of roles available for graduates and interns at our Oxford and Stone offices, including:

  • Design Engineer
  • Additive Manufacturing Engineer
  • Orthopaedic Engineer
  • Computational Science & Engineering
  • Alloy Development Engineer
  • Machine Learning/Software Engineer (PhDs or postdocs preferred)

More information on these roles can be found here.



Submit a CV and cover letter explaining how you meet the criteria to

Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis and interview slots are limited, so we encourage candidates to apply early.

Final deadline: 28/02/2021

Virtual interviews for graduate roles and internships will be held in March.



Graduate cohorts will start in July 2021, September 2021, and January 2022. Summer internships will run for 8 weeks over July and August 2021.



Alloyed will be present at the following careers fairs, and we’d love to meet you!



Alloyed is seeking a motivated individual to join our Rapid Alloy Research Centre (RARC) team as an apprentice Laboratory Technician. The purpose of the role is to carry out processes relating to alloy production and testing, including raw material preparation, operating casting/melting machines, microscopy and mechanical testing.

In order to apply you must have GCSE grades of C/4 or above (or equivalent) in English, Maths, and either Physics or Chemistry. The expected duration of the apprenticeship is 2 years, with a start date in March 2021. There may be the opportunity to progress onto a permanent role upon successful completion of this programme.

For more information on the role and to submit an application, please visit Laboratory Technician Apprentice – Find an apprenticeship (