A growing engineering company, based in Cambridge, are currently looking for an Electrical Production Engineer to help with the commissioning, production and building of a new electro-mechanical engineering equipment.
Specifically, working on electro-mechanical fluid mechanics equipment it would be ideal if you have worked on the production of fluidic based equipment such as DNA systems, dialysis, inkjet, printing, coffee or other fluidic based technology.
Apart from the production of these devices, you will be maintaining, fault-finding, problem-solving and repairing faulty devices as they come out of production or returned items. Due to this, your experience could also be from a maintenance background that has led you into production or manufacturing.
It is expected that you would hold a BTEC, HNC, HND or another qualification that has led you into an engineering career. Along with this, you will need a few years of industry experience.
Due to this being a new production line, it would be ideal if you have worked on new production or manufacturing lines that has involved setting up dummy runs, testing new productions and processes.
This company will be offering you an excellent starting career, benefits package, pension, healthcare, bonuses and other benefits while offering a career path within a growing company.
I’m expecting a lot of interest in this role, if you are interested, I’d suggest making an application now or risk missing out.
For more information, please feel free to call Andrew Welsh, Director of Medical Devices recruitment and Scientific recruitment specialists Newton Colmore Consulting, on +44 121 268 2240 or make an application and one of our team at Newton Colmore Consulting will contact you.
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