Cambridge has a heritage to be proud of. Famous for its university, it roots date back well before the first scholars arrived in 1209.
It is a family-friendly place with a host of diverse and intriguing attractions to keep everyone happy. There is always so much on and you have the opportunity to enjoy an endless list of entertainments and cultural events. It's easy to get around and there is always something new to see and do in the city. Historic and contemporary buildings to visit, world-renowned museums, fantastic theatre and live music.
More than 3,500,000 tourists visit the city each year, and the University of Cambridge has more than 16,500 full-time students. So there is a widely fluctuating population throughout the year.
Cambridge lies on the River Cam, a tributary of the Ouse. It is surrounded by farmland, with flat, peaty fens to the north, and chalk hills to the south. It is the county town of Cambridgeshire. Nearby towns and cities include Ely, Huntingdon, Newmarket, Bedford and Peterborough. Cambridge is about 50 miles (80 kilometres) north of London.
Our Cambridge office is dedicated to our Control & Electronics activities, employing approximately 60 people, and is a leading designer and developer of automotive electronics and associated embedded software technologies. We are engaged on projects including engine management systems, powertrain and vehicle control systems, active safety, on-board diagnostics and embedded software.
Oonagh McPhillipsL&D & Strategic Resourcing Manager
Caroline DuffyL&D & Recruitment Coordinator
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