Our Expertise

Our expertise spans the whole 6 phase CADMID Lifecycle model, favoured by the MOD. From Concept, Assessment, Demonstration and Manufacture, through to In-Service and Disposal/Termination, it is characterised by approval points generally at either end of the Assessment phase.

Specifically, our expertise can be found in:

Programme Management

Project and programme management, is an essential part of the defence industry.  Recognising the complex and demanding requirements for large projects and programmes is an area where we can support.  With project complexity increasing, the demand for risk managers, programme managers and project controllers is on the rise.


Research and Development

R&D is fundamental to the development of the sector and to the survival of commercial partners to the MoD.  With the innovation fund providing investment, the requirement for those who have experience in robotics, AI and machine learning is becoming prevalent.



Across a range of defence platforms and technological areas, we supply electrical, mechanical, systems and software engineers into all service areas.


Systems and Software

Typically we are placing systems and software engineers into all service areas, whether that be systems integrations or complex missile systems.  With cyber security becoming ever more prevalent, systems and software is an area where all defence areas are investing heavily.


Quality and Test

With advances in technology, defence based products are being manufactured in different ways.  Consequently the quality and test function are also having to change.  It requires sophisticated and innovative test solutions alongside smart automation to ensure that increasing global standards are exceeded.


Manufacturing and Production

Our expertise spans both blue and white collar roles across defence manufacturing and the associated supply chain.  This could specifically be jig and tool specialists through to manufacturing engineers.


In-Service Support

Whether it is mechanics dealing with the maintenance and repair of active equipment, or reprogramming software to support active missions, in-service support needs to be highly skilled and often deployed with minimal notice.


Shared Services

All defence based businesses have a need for the support service areas.  Whether that be supply chain and logistics professionals, procurement experts or those working in HR, legal, finance and contracts.  Increasingly change management is becoming a required skill.