|Job Ref:||204740387||Employer:||cv-library.co.uk||Industry:||Civil and Structural||Job Type:||Permanent||Country:||United Kingdom||City:||Maidenhead||Address:||Post Code:||SL6||Salary:||£35000 - £50000/annum||Post Date:||06/10/2016 03:50|
We design and manufacture high quality tailor made solutions for any type of handling, lifting and material transfer problem to improve productivity and reduce the risk of injury in the work place across all industries. Due to continued growth we have an exciting opportunity for a project engineer to join the team. The successful Project Engineer will work very closely with the customer and manage the full life-cycle of the customer projects from concept right through to commissioning. As a project engineer you will get the chance to work on a wide variety of projects mainly in the automotive and aerospace industries.
So what are we looking for?
The role is for an experienced project engineer, the key word being an engineer. You will have previously have project managed within a manufacturing environment. This is a hands on engineering opportunity were the successful project engineer will be working alongside the design team and liaising with different suppliers and clients. Experience in projects involving the design and installation of bespoke special purpose machinery is incredibly desirable and applicants would be seen for an interview. Mechanical Engineering degrees would also be desirable but candidates with relevant experience would be preferred.
What do we offer this Project Engineer?
We offer the opportunity to work for a recognised and innovative engineering company. We offer a salary dependent on your experience but this would be open to negotiate.
So if you're a project engineer looking for a challenge in a growing and booming industry why not apply, I would be happy to send you some more details.
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