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Electrical & Electronics Engineer - Portsmouth -
  • Engineering, Electrical, Electronics
  • £7 to £12 Per Hour
  • Portsmouth
JOB TITLE: Electrical & Electronics Engineer LOCATION: Portchester, HampshireSALARY & BENEFITS: Competitive salary accompanied by an attractive package including contributory pension scheme, life assurance, 24 days annual leave and private medical insurance. WORKING HOURS: Full – time, permanentTHE COMPANY: Our client is the world’s leading, independent provider of geo-intelligence and asset integrity solutions for large constructions, infrastructure and natural resources. They provide the technical data and information required to design, construct and maintain structures and infrastructure in a safe, reliable and efficient manner. Due to continued success, we are currently looking for a Mechanical Engineer in Portchester, Hampshire.THE ROLE: The successful candidate will be responsible for the maintenance and repair of electrical & electronic equipment systems, mobilising and commissioning the systems onto survey vessels and supporting ongoing operations of the equipment. The role is based in the Portchester office and, when required, will include travel within coastal Western Europe and, occasionally, world-wide.The duties and responsibilities associated with this position include, but are not limited to the following:Working closely alongside the other Fugro operations and engineering teams worldwide;Assisting with vessel mobilisations of survey equipment in Portchester office and on site within UK & coastal Western Europe and occasionally if required worldwide;Undertaking repairs and planned maintenance of equipment in Portchester office and when required within UK & Europe and occasionally if required worldwide;Supporting the ongoing operation and maintenance of electrical & electronic equipment deployed on survey vessels including diagnostic and troubleshooting of any technical issues the equipment displays;Preparing and testing electrical & electronic equipment systems, compile detailed interfacing documents and connection diagrams in advance of mobilisation onto survey vessels;Preparing spares, tools and consumables for survey projects;Maintaining all documentation related to the installation, calibration, servicing and repair of survey equipment per established Fugro procedures;Testing and evaluating survey prototypes in the workshop and at sea.THE CANDIDATE: Essential criteria for the Mechanical Engineer role in Portchester, Hampshire:Significant electrical & electronic engineering experience, preferably gained whilst working in a marine environment.Good knowledge of English language, verbal and writtenHigh attention to detail, quality and safetyAble to manage own time and deliver to tight deadlines and follow project plansBe motivated, practical and willing to go to sea for short durationsThe ability to fault find, test, repair and interrogate electrical & electronic systemsAbility to work flexibly and to travel when requiredAbility to interchange ideas and solutions with colleaguesDesirable criteria for the Mechanical Engineer role in Portchester, Hampshire:Knowledge of electrical and hydraulic winch motor control systemsKnowledge of marine control systemsWorking knowledge of, and ability to work to marine electrical standardsTechnical lead experience when on site and on vesselsAble to design and modify electrical systems and document using CADAble to design and produce electrical schematics and PCB’sExperience of micro controller developmentKnowledge of good EMI/EMC management practicesExperience in oil and gas, ocean science or renewables industriesBSc, BEng, HND or BTEC Level 5 and above in Electrical and Electronic EngineeringDoes this sound like you? Are you our client’s next Electrical & Electronic Engineer? If yes then please hit the apply button now.You will then be sent to an online questionnaire to support your CV and application, please fill in the details and we will be in touch to advise you of the next steps.
Civil Project Engineer (Roads, Drainage etc.) - Kendal -
  • Engineering, Civil
  • Negotiable
  • Kendal
THE ROLEA great opportunity for a CIVIL PROJECT ENGINEER for Highways, Drainage design, flood risk etc. to join my client, a large firm of consulting engineers in their CUMBRIA office.You will work on the production of schematic / concept designs and design calculations and liaise with other construction consultants for the development of the designs.You will do drainage and highway designs using WINDES Microdrainage, PDS and Civils 3D or similar design packages.You will direct the technicians for the production of AutoCAD and Civils 3D drawing information.You will also undertake Flood Risk Assessments and Drainage Strategies plus do reports, letters and other correspondence.You will visit sites to inspect works and deal with site queries.THE COMPANYOur client is a successful firm of consulting engineers workng on civil, structural, geotechnical, transportation and highways projects.They have a large number of offices.They offer excellent ongoing training and CPD.THE CANDIDATEYou will need to have an HNC / HND or Degree in Civil Engineering with several years or more experience of design experience of infrastructure projects which must include highways, drainage etc.You will be almost chartered or already chartered or Incorporated i.e. IEng or CEng.Good communication skills are essential to be able to deal with clients and the professional team. Also experience of liaising with the clients etc.Salary is very negotiable according to your experience plus pension, life assurance and other benefits.Please email your c.v. via this website or give me, Nigel Hutchings a call on 020 7613 5555 for a confidential discussion.Please note that we do not send out your c.v. until after we have spoken to you about your requirements for a new position, your experience and about the client.
Structural Project Engineer - Kendal -
  • Engineering, Structural
  • Negotiable
  • Kendal
THE ROLEA great opportunity for a STRUCTURAL PROJECT ENGINEER to join my client, a large firm of consulting engineers in their CUMBRIA office.You will do schematic and concept design and structural design calcaulations reporting to the Senior or Principal Engineer.You will liaise with other members of the design team.You will do structural designs using CSC Building Designer or RAM.You will direct technicians to produce drawing information using AutoCAD and Revit.You should be able to use AutoCAD.You will visit sites and attend meetings.You will prepare reports and correspondence.THE COMPANYOur client is a successful firm of consulting engineers workng on civil, structural, geotechnical, transportation and highways projects.They have a large number of offices.They offer excellent ongoing training and CPD.THE CANDIDATEYou will need to have a Degree in Civil or Structural Engineering with four years or more structural design experience post graduation.You will be almost chartered or already chartered as a Structural Engineer e.g. working towards or already holding MIStructE, MICE, AMIStructE, AMICE or similar.You will need to have worked on most construction and building types including timber, masonry, structural steel and concrete.Good communication skills are essential to be able to deal with clients and the professional team. Also experience of liaising with the clients etc.Salary is very negotiable according to your experience plus pension, life assurance, discretionary bonus and other benefits.Please email your c.v. via this website or give me, Nigel Hutchings a call on 020 7613 5555 for a confidential discussion.Please note that we do not send out your c.v. until after we have spoken to you about your requirements for a new position, your experience and about the client.
Mechanical Engineer  - Portsmouth -
  • Engineering, Mechanical
  • £7 to £12 Per Hour
  • Portsmouth
JOB TITLE: Mechanical Engineer LOCATION: Portchester, HampshireSALARY & BENEFITS: Competitive salary accompanied by an attractive package including contributory pension scheme, life assurance, 24 days annual leave and private medical insurance. WORKING HOURS: Full – time, permanentTHE COMPANY: Our client is the world’s leading, independent provider of geo-intelligence and asset integrity solutions for large constructions, infrastructure and natural resources. They provide the technical data and information required to design, construct and maintain structures and infrastructure in a safe, reliable and efficient manner. Due to continued success, we are currently looking for a Mechanical Engineer in Portchester, Hampshire.THE ROLE: The successful candidate will be responsible for the maintenance and repair of mechanical equipment systems, mobilising and commissioning the systems onto survey vessels and supporting ongoing operations of the equipment. The role is based in the Portchester office and, when required, will include travel within coastal Western Europe and, occasionally, world-wide.The duties and responsibilities associated with this position include, but are not limited to the following:Working closely alongside the other Fugro operations and engineering teams world wideAssisting with vessel mobilisations of survey equipment in the Portchester office and on site within UK & coastal Western Europe and occasionally if required worldwideUndertaking repairs and planned maintenance of equipment in the Portchester office and when required within UK & Europe and occasionally if required worldwideSupporting the ongoing operation and maintenance of electrical & electronic equipment deployed on survey vessels including diagnostic and troubleshooting of any technical issues the equipment displaysPreparing and testing mechanical equipment systems, compile detailed interfacing documents and connection diagrams in advance of mobilisation onto survey vesselsPreparing spares, tools and consumables for survey projectsMaintaining all documentation related to the installation, calibration, servicing and repair of survey equipment per established Fugro proceduresTesting and evaluating survey prototypes in the workshop and at seaTHE CANDIDATE: Essential criteria for the Mechanical Engineer role in Portchester, Hampshire:Significant electrical & electronic engineering experience, preferably gained whilst working in a marine environment.Good knowledge of English language, verbal and writtenHigh attention to detail, quality and safetyAble to manage own time and deliver to tight deadlines and follow project plansBe motivated, practical and willing to go to sea for short durationsThe ability to fault find, test, repair and interrogate electrical & electronic systemsAbility to work flexibly and to travel when requiredAbility to interchange ideas and solutions with colleaguesDesirable criteria for the Mechanical Engineer role in Portchester, Hampshire:Knowledge of electrical and hydraulic winch motor control systemsKnowledge of marine control systemsWorking knowledge of, and ability to work to marine electrical standardsTechnical lead experience when on site and on vesselsAble to design and modify electrical systems and document using CADAble to design and produce electrical schematics and PCB’sExperience of micro controller developmentKnowledge of good EMI/EMC management practicesExperience in oil and gas, ocean science or renewables industriesBSc, BEng, HND or BTEC Level 5 and above in Mechanical EngineeringDoes this sound like you? Are you our client’s next Mechanical Engineer? If yes then please hit the apply button now.You will then be sent to an online questionnaire to support your CV and application, please fill in the details and we will be in touch to advise you of the next steps
Engineers - Sutton In Ashfield -
  • Engineering, QA Engineer
  • £29,000 to £36,000 Per Annum
  • Sutton in Ashfield
LOCATION: Sutton in Ashfield, Nottinghamshire,JOB TITLE: Engineers SALARY & BENEFITS: Attracted package depending on Shift WORKING HOURS: Full Time, various Shifts THE COMPANY: As the world leader in metal packaging technology, Crown Holdings Inc. produces innovative packaging products to consumer marketing companies around the world.Their Aerosols and Speciality Packaging Europe Business designs and manufactures awide range of innovative metal packaging products for some of the world’s largestand most respected companies.THE ROLE: There are currently a number of opportunities for Engineers to join thier production teams at their largest Aerosol plant based in Sutton in Ashfield, Nottinghamshire, for both the Canline and Press Departments. (Vacancies on double shifts or permanent night shifts)The Engineers will safely and efficiently operate and maintain high speed, high volumemanufacturing lines and ancillary equipment to ensure demanding hourly productiontargets, whilst meeting stringent quality standards and minimise downtime.There are 2 shift patters available Days / afternoons or permanent nights SHIFTS: Days / Afternoons: Monday to Thursday 6.00am – 2.00pm / 2.00pm – 10.00pm Friday 6am – 11.30am / 11.30 – 5.00pmNights:Monday to Thursday 10.00pm – 6.00am Fridays 5.00 – 10.30pmThey'll match your contribution to the business with an ongoing commitment to yourcareer development, as well as a host of excellent benefits including WestfieldHealthcare Scheme.THE CANDIDATE: .For the Engineers role it is essential that candidates have a background in a high volume production environment, or other transferable skills (motor mechanic experience). A good knowledge of pneumatics and hydraulics along with experience of high speed / volume lean manufacturing. An excellent problem solver, you will have a commitment to drive and implement continuous improvement with the ability and willingness to act on your own initiative.Key experience essential for the Engineers role:Live within a commutable distance of Sutton in Ashfield, NottinghamshireEither Qualified / Time served apprentice trained
Manufacturing Engineer  - Knowsley -
  • Engineering, Manufacturing
  • £30,000 to £35,000 Per Annum
  • Knowsley
A dynamic Engineering company that provides quality services to industries such as Rail, Automotive & Energy sectors, by manufacturing various components to fine tolerances using a variety of techniques.This well-established company is currently seeking an experienced Manufacturing Engineer to join their expanding team based in Merseyside on a permanent full-time contract. As a Manufacturing Engineer your main duties will including:  Planning and coordinating various processes and assist with improving methods.Liaising with the planning and design team to ensure any issues are corrected and the correct tooling is in place to ensure efficient production.Ensuring budgets remain in line with the projects by accurately calculating production labour, materials costs etc.Liaise with customers to determine product specifications and arranging the purchasing of parts and materials.Reviewing production schedules consistently to ensure customer orders are achieved.Coordinating and maintaining repairs schedules to ensure production is maintained.  To be a successful Manufacturing Engineer you will have the following skills and experience: Previous solid working history within a similar role.Educated to a degree level within a relevant discipline.To have machine knowledge on Laser, Pressbrake or Fabrication.To have excellent organizational and planning skills.The ability to communicate efficiently with customers, suppliers and management.Good knowledge with CAD/CAM software packages.  In return, a Manufacturing Engineering will receive £30,000 - £35,000 Per Annum.To apply for this role, please click apply online and upload an updated copy of your CV.The first stage of the application process is to apply online. Candidate Source Ltd is an Advertising Agency working on behalf of an Employment Agency. By applying for this position you are giving us permission to pass your CV and covering letter to a third party in relation to this specific vacancy. A full copy of our privacy policy can be viewed on our website.
CNC TURNER CNC PROGRAMMER - FANUC CONTROLS - Birmingham -
  • Engineering, CNC Programming, Manufacturing
  • £26,000 to £32,000 Per Annum
  • Birmingham
CNC TURNER / PROGRAMMER - FANUC CONTROLS – £26364 - £32448 + OVERTIME (EQUIVALENT TO £13 - £16 PER HOUR) – BASED HOCKLEY, BIRMINGHAMThis company is a progressive medium sized engineering company based at two purpose built facilities near Birmingham city centre. It designs, manufactures and assembles precision components, machine tools and associated work station fixtures for the aerospace, automotive and nuclear industries.  It has invested heavily in new machinery including state of the art CNC technology and the role is varied and interesting. As CNC Turner / CNC Programmer, you will be offered a good basic salary of £26364 - £32448 (equivalent to £13-£16 per hour) based on a 39 hour week with regular paid overtime (time and a half) and an annual profit related bonus.  Core hours are Monday – Thursday 7.30am – 4.30pm and Friday 7.30am – 3.00pm.  Reporting to the Production Manager, you’ll be responsible for producing small batch work with quantities between 1 and 5.  Specifically you’ll be:  - Programming Fanuc machining centres in a sub contract environment- Producing components to drawing tolerance and specifications accurately- CNC turning and programming- CNC setting and operating- Determining production techniques and analysis of manufacturing performance Machines include Puma Doosan/MAZAK Horizontal Lathes, as well as larger vertical lathes.To be successful you must:- Have significant demonstrable track record of CNC programming, setting and operating within a busy manufacturing environment. - Be a fully competent CNC programmer - ideally with Fanuc programming experience. - Have experience in reading complex engineering drawings and using modern inspection equipment. - Have experience in aerospace, oil and gas subcontract environment is preferred. - An exceptional eye for detail and quality control. - Proven capability to work using your own initiative.Overtime paid at time and a half, annual profit related bonus, pension scheme, PPE suppliedThe first stage of the application process is to apply online. Candidate Source Ltd is an Advertising Agency working on behalf of an Employment Agency. By applying for this position you are giving us permission to pass your CV and covering letter to a third party in relation to this specific vacancy. A full copy of our privacy policy can be viewed on our website.
Vertical Borer - Halifax - Halifax -
  • Engineering
  • Negotiable
  • Halifax
Vertical Borer - Halifax Excellent Salary dependant on experience and ability. My Client's operations are based in a 40,000 sq ft facility near Leeds in the North of England. The services on offer are fabrication, cladding, machining, dished end and pressure vessel manufacture. The main responsibilities for this role - Vertical Borer ( Time Served, Vertical Boring, General Machining experience, Engineering Drawings, Apprentice Trained ) This role is based in Pudsey, Leeds. Apprentice trained Experienced vertical borer operator required. Must be able to work to engineering drawings. To operate 4ft, 6ft, - 10ft machines. Long established engineering company on the Leeds Bradford border. Skills required for this role - Vertical Borer ( Time Served, Vertical Boring, General Machining experience, Engineering Drawings, Apprentice Trained ) Apprentice trained Experienced vertical borer operator required. Must be able to work to engineering drawings. To operate 4ft, 6ft, - 10ft machines. Long established engineering company on the Leeds Bradford border. Prior to applying for this opportunity, please ensure your CV details all your relevant experience relevant to Vertical Borer ( Time Served, Vertical Boring, General Machining experience, Engineering Drawings, Apprentice Trained ) Additional Resources are an Employment Business and an Employment Agency as defined within The Conduct of Employment Agencies - Employment Businesses Regulations 2003. Key Skills - Vertical Borer ( Time Served, Vertical Boring, General Machining experience, Engineering Drawings, Apprentice Trained )
Vertical Borer - Bradford - Bradford -
  • Engineering
  • Negotiable
  • Bradford
Vertical Borer - Bradford Excellent Salary dependant on experience and ability. My Client's operations are based in a 40,000 sq ft facility near Leeds in the North of England. The services on offer are fabrication, cladding, machining, dished end and pressure vessel manufacture. The main responsibilities for this role - Vertical Borer ( Time Served, Vertical Boring, General Machining experience, Engineering Drawings, Apprentice Trained ) This role is based in Pudsey, Leeds. Apprentice trained Experienced vertical borer operator required. Must be able to work to engineering drawings. To operate 4ft, 6ft, - 10ft machines. Long established engineering company on the Leeds Bradford border. Skills required for this role - Vertical Borer ( Time Served, Vertical Boring, General Machining experience, Engineering Drawings, Apprentice Trained ) Apprentice trained Experienced vertical borer operator required. Must be able to work to engineering drawings. To operate 4ft, 6ft, - 10ft machines. Long established engineering company on the Leeds Bradford border. Prior to applying for this opportunity, please ensure your CV details all your relevant experience relevant to Vertical Borer ( Time Served, Vertical Boring, General Machining experience, Engineering Drawings, Apprentice Trained ) Additional Resources are an Employment Business and an Employment Agency as defined within The Conduct of Employment Agencies - Employment Businesses Regulations 2003. Key Skills - Vertical Borer ( Time Served, Vertical Boring, General Machining experience, Engineering Drawings, Apprentice Trained )
Vertical Borer - Leeds - Leeds -
  • Engineering
  • Negotiable
  • Leeds
Vertical Borer - Leeds Excellent Salary dependant on experience and ability. My Client's operations are based in a 40,000 sq ft facility near Leeds in the North of England. The services on offer are fabrication, cladding, machining, dished end and pressure vessel manufacture. The main responsibilities for this role - Vertical Borer ( Time Served, Vertical Boring, General Machining experience, Engineering Drawings, Apprentice Trained ) This role is based in Pudsey, Leeds. Apprentice trained Experienced vertical borer operator required. Must be able to work to engineering drawings. To operate 4ft, 6ft, - 10ft machines. Long established engineering company on the Leeds Bradford border. Skills required for this role - Vertical Borer ( Time Served, Vertical Boring, General Machining experience, Engineering Drawings, Apprentice Trained ) Apprentice trained Experienced vertical borer operator required. Must be able to work to engineering drawings. To operate 4ft, 6ft, - 10ft machines. Long established engineering company on the Leeds Bradford border. Prior to applying for this opportunity, please ensure your CV details all your relevant experience relevant to Vertical Borer ( Time Served, Vertical Boring, General Machining experience, Engineering Drawings, Apprentice Trained ) Additional Resources are an Employment Business and an Employment Agency as defined within The Conduct of Employment Agencies - Employment Businesses Regulations 2003. Key Skills - Vertical Borer ( Time Served, Vertical Boring, General Machining experience, Engineering Drawings, Apprentice Trained )
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