An expanding company that offers electrical compliance services Nationwide for many large public and private organisations is seeking a field based Electrical Test Engineer to join its team. The Engineer will receive many benefits such as a van, fuelcard, uniform, mobile, expenses for overnight paid, average earnings holiday pay, overtime paid at x 1.5 rate and much more.
As the Electrical Test Engineer, your duties will be to:
• Inspect and test emergency lighting systems, service fire alarm panels.• Deal with remedial works.• Inspect and test to fix wiring installations, single and three phase, within working premises.
To be a successful Electrical Test Engineer you will have the following skills and experience:
• Must be flexible in working hours, happy to travel and to work away from home.• City & Guilds 17th edition qualified.• City & Guilds 2330 level 2 & 3 (or equivalent).• City & Guilds 2391 or 2395 Inspection & Test.• Fire Alarms FIA Units 1,4&5 (Desirable).• Full clean UK driving licence.• Right to work in the UK.
In return, the Electrical Test Engineer will receive a salary of £27,000 per annum, OTE up to £40,000 plus a bonus and overtime.
An independent design and project management consultancy based near Chester is seeking a Senior Highways and Drainage Design Engineer to join its expanding team. This company provides an excellent working environment, negotiable salary and benefits with ongoing training with the opportunity for promotion for an ambitious candidate.
This company has an exciting project portfolio and has an established and loyal client base. Working in a friendly, professional environment, work is fast paced, with a commercial private sector bias but also working in the industrial and residential sectors. The Engineer role will appeal to those wishing to quickly develop and enhance their knowledge, skills and career. There is also an opportunity for rapid progression within the company.
As a Senior Highways and Drainage Design Engineer, your duties will be to:
• Represent the company at meetings with clients, suppliers and other 3rd parties.• Ensure an excellent level of service is delivered consistently, design decisions are met, and project work is carried out within the agreed deadlines and budgets.
To be a successful Senior Highways and Drainage Engineer you will have the following skills and experience:
• PDS and ideally Site XP experience used for carriageway designs.• Highways design experience.• Proficient in drainage design using Microdrainage and some knowledge of Civil 3D.• FRA, drainage strategies and SUDS experience.• Civil or Infrastructure degree, near Chartered status preferable.
In return, the Senior Highways Engineer will receive a negotiable salary of £45,000 - £65,000 per annum depending on experience and qualifications plus a pension.
The job title of ‘Senior’ relates simply to the level of experience and has no relevance to age. You are encouraged to apply for any opportunities that you feel to be suitable, irrespective of age or level of experience.
REFERENCE: X1ZH0052LOCATION: Winsford, near WarringtonJOB TITLE: Engineering ApprenticeshipSALARY & BENEFITS: £10,000 pa, Pension, Company Sponsored AXA HealthcareWORKING HOURS: 2085 hours per annumTHE COMPANY: We are currently working with a global company located in Winsford, near Warrington. They are a leading provider of essential minerals that solve natures challenges, including salt for winter roadway safety and other consumer, industrial and agricultural uses and speciality plant nutrition minerals that improve the quality and yield of crops. Applications are encouraged from candidates who are currently considering alternative opportunities to continuing in full time education. We welcome applications from female and minority ethnic candidates, who are currently under-represented in our operation. THE ROLE: As an Engineering Apprentice you will work closely with all areas of the operations, focusing mainly on the engineering applications. By supporting you to gain NVQ and BTEC qualifications, the programme will help you to develop as a multi-skilled engineer working on a range of mechanical and electrical equipment. You will spend the majority of your working week on site at the Winsford Rock Salt Mine and a day a week studying at a local college.THE CANDIDATE: The successful candidate will need to be enthusiastic and willing to learn with an adaptable outlook with a flexible approach to working patterns. You will have an interest in technology, computers and engineering. Key experience essential for the role of the Engineering Apprenticeship:- • A minimum of 5 GCSE's including Maths, English and Science grade C and above• Normal Colour vision• Your own transport to and from Winsford• Live within a commutable distance to WinsfordDoes this sound like you? If yes then please hit the apply now button.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.
Our client is recruiting for a TIG Welder Fabricator to join their expanding team of production operatives in Congleton, Cheshire.The CompanyOur client is a fast growing manufacturing company in the performance automotive exhaust sector. They have a substantial client base, both locally and nationally and a number of high profile key customers in the automotive industry including involvement in motorsport.They are a family run business with a strong work ethic and a team of long serving and highly dedicated industry professionals. They take a great pride in the quality of their products and are currently working towards ISO9001. Their reputation is growing worldwide and enabling them to become the premier stainless steel exhaust manufacturer in the UK.The RoleWe are seeking an enthusiastic and highly motivated TIG Welder Fabricator to join our clients’ expanding team of production operatives, TIG welding stainless steel exhausts to the highest standards. We require someone with a professional approach to work, who possesses the drive and energy to contribute to a flexible and hardworking team, who takes a pride in their work and contributes to the overall performance of the Company and the factory environment.The PersonThe ideal candidate for the role of TIG Welder Fabricator will be:
Experienced in TIG welding / Jig work / fabrication (MIG welding an advantage)Able to produce work of a very high standard within given time constraintsHardworking with a good attendance and timekeeping recordOpen to new ideas and make a positive contribution to the teamExperienced in small bore pipe welding and stainless steel fabrication would be advantageous
Hours & RewardsFor the role of TIG Welder Fabricator you will work 37.5 hours per week Monday to Friday and you will receive a salary of between £10.00 and £13.00 per hour (depending on experience).How to ApplyPlease note that Hot Recruitment Consultants t/a eRecruitSmart is a Recruitment Agent and not a direct employer. Your CV will be sent to the Hiring Manager at the company who is responsible for the vacancy that you have applied to. Please only apply if you consent to these terms.You must have eligibility to work in the UK. Please note, only suitable applicants will be contacted. If your address and contact details are not on your CV, you will not be considered. We look forward to hearing from you!TIG Welder, Welding, Fabricator, production, operative, MIG, automotive, exhausts, steel,
A leading engineering business who pride themselves in manufacturing speciality, high precision components for hydraulic and braking systems within the automotive industries are seeking a Process Engineer to join their busy team in Skelmersdale, Lancashire. As a Process Engineer you will:
Be responsible for supporting production ensuring all processes ensure parts are produced to the expected standards. Programme and re-tool a multitude of machine tools – CNC Turning essential, CNC grinding and milling along with a good understanding of fine finishing processes such as lapping and honing. Identify and implement process improvements. Provide training to setters and operators. Create related documentation of existing processes. Plan and test product processes. Design and re-design tooling.Liaise with suppliers and customers. Resolve customer issues if they arise. Work in teams to drive improvement. Monitor SPC and address any concerns.
The ideal Process Engineer will have the following skills and experience:
Knowledge of APQP requirements.Experience / qualifications in CAD.Structured problem solving skills.Robot programming skills.Experience of welding processes.Production aware in terms of output required against process reliability.Ability to work under pressure.Able to react quickly to apply logical methods to resolution of issues.Able to use initiative at all times.Effective communication skills.Self-motivated to achieve best results.
THE ROLEI am seeking a PRINCIPAL ECOLOGIST to join my client, a firm of multi disciplinary consulting engineers in Manchester.You will become a senior and valued member of the Ecology team responsible for the leadership and day to day management of the team of ecologists and be responsible for the efficient and thorough completion of projects and development of the ecology department.Duties will be varied including ecological surveys for Phase 1 habitats, site assessments for protected species, initial inspections for bats and follow-up surveys of activity, great crested newts using standard techniques.You will interpret survey data, manage staff, delivery presentations etc.THE COMPANYOur client is a successful firm of consulting engineers and property specialists working on projects across a number of different sectors.They are a large firm with offices across the U.K.THE CANDIDATEYou will need to have a Degree in Ecology and have or be eligible for full membership of CIEEM.You must have understanding of and experience in Phase 1 Habitat, NVC and other botanical surveys plus experience of protected species surveys and be a holder of relevant licences particularly for Class 2 Bat and / or Great Crested Newt licences.You should have experience of designing mitigations schemes.You must have knowledge of current wildlife and conservation legislation and knowledge and awareness of planning process and policy etc.A full and clean UK / EEC driving licence is required.Salary is in the region of £40000 to £50000 plus car allowance, pension and many 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.
A well-established engineering business based in Warrington is currently seeking an experienced Workshop Manager to join its expanding team. This is a great opportunity for candidates wanting to be part of a growing successful business who look after their team with various incentives and a great working environment.The company prides itself in specialising in the manufacture, repair and maintenance of all rotary equipment, from pumps, fans and valves, offering high spec in-house testing to a variety of industries including utilities, chemical and marine engineering. As the Workshop Manager, your duties will be to:
Ensure the team are focused and motivated, leading members to develop their skills.Operate safely at all times and remain up to date with all modern H&S procedures.Be actively involved in the workshop, assisting in the manufacture, repair and testing of various components / customer orders.Check estimated times to ensure that production / testing schedules are on time.Check the quality of all products being manufactured and communicate and non-conformances.Ensure scrap and wastage is kept to a minimum.Attend a weekly meeting to advise / discuss work in progress and forward planning.Liaise with customers on a daily basis providing regular updates on their orders.Ensure all paperwork and computer systems are accurately updated.Ensure products are delivered on time by assisting in the planning of work allocation and job progression.Ensure the working conditions are maintained and organized to provide a safe working environment.
To be a successful Workshop Manager you will have the following skills and experience:
Must have previous experience within a workshop management role.Must have previous background and experience with pumps, motors, gearboxes and machining.Good knowledge of pumps and pumping solutions.Ideally, have knowledge from petro-chemical or utility industries.Confident with dealing with customers via telephone and face-to-face.Must be computer literate, with some knowledge of computerised engineering and ideally accounting systems.Ability to multi-task and complete projects simultaneously.Be proactive and motivating at all times.
LOCATION: Lytham, Blackpool, Lancashire JOB TITLE: CNC Operator/Turner/Setter SALARY & BENEFITS: Negotiable salary DOE + Benefits WORKING HOURS: 39 hours per week, Full time, Permanent– Monday – Thursday – early finish Friday THE COMPANY: We are currently working with is a well-established engineering company With a background in the design and manufacture of springs, valve rotators and actuators, the business is now a world leader in the design and manufacture of acoustic and EGR exhaust valves and offers world-class testing services at its purpose-built Technical Centre in Lytham. They have a requirement for an experienced CNC machine operator/setter to work on a range of CNC turning centres with sub spindle and power tooling capability. Key Responsibilities for the CNC Turner role to include:- CNC Operator/Turner/Setter - Lytham, Blackpool, Lancashire • Setting and operating CNC Turning machines• Manufacturing of High-quality precise parts under minimum supervision.• Minimise set-up and run times whilst maintaining quality.• Maintaining a clean working environment. THE CANDIDATE: The successful candidate will have previous experience in a similar role. You will have excellent communication skills together with a 'can do' approach to the working day. It will be advantageous if you hold any relevant qualifications within engineering. Key experience essential for the role of the CNC Turner:- CNC Operator/Turner/Setter - Lytham, Blackpool, Lancashire
Must have previous experience in similar role (Turner/Setter/Operator, etc.)Experience of Mori Seike machines with Fanuc controls is essentialOther CNC machinery experience an advantage (DMG, Doosan ,Mazak)Relevant qualifications within engineering( NHC, etc.) or Time served/ apprenticeship trained highly desirableBasic IT skillsLive within a commutable distance to Lytham, Lancashire
Does this sound like you? If yes then please hit the apply now button. 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.
A well-established construction company who are market leaders, specialising in maintenance solutions for high profile projects / clients is seeking an HGV Technician / Fitter based in Cheshire to join its expanding team. As an HGV Technician / Fitter, your duties will be to:
Ensure all vehicles worked upon are handled in line with current H&S policyLiaise with parts department in a timely manner, completing necessary paper work as required to obtain partsAttend breakdowns and carry out roadside assistanceAttend remote vehicle inspections with a possible overnight stayComplete all related paperwork as necessaryEnsure appropriate job cards and service sheets are completed in a timely manner.Ensure all aspects of H&S working practices are adhered toMaintain a high standard of cleanliness and tidiness within the workshop and any other work areasMaintain current product knowledge and attend training courses as required.Carry out MOT inspection, repair, maintenance and service to manufacturers specifications including a wide ranging, varied mix of LGV / HGV and light commercial fleet vehicles and plant to VOSA, MOT standards.
To be a successful HGV Technician / Fitter you will have the following skills and experience:
City & Guilds or NVQ / BTEC qualified technician.Previous experience in a similar role.LGV or HGV licence is essential.Experience of welding, hydraulic systems and electrical systems.Current driving licence and ideally a Fork Lift licence (FLT).Flexible to working hours and approach.Good verbal communication skills.Awareness and understanding of health and safety requirements.Due to the nature of the business, you must be flexible to travel nationally with overnight stays on occasions.
With a team of nearly 20,000 employees globally, this company works with an excess of 4000 high profile customers worldwide, delivering detailed electrical projects from design, installation, inspection and testing. It is now seeking a Technical Sales Engineer based in Southport to join its expanding team. Due to the nature of the role, client site visits maybe required, therefore applicants will need to hold a full UK driving licence.
The company will provide and positive and supportive working environment for the Engineer and are committed to your personal development as well as career opportunities, training and enhancement.
As a Technical Sales Engineer, your duties will be to:
• Advise customers on specifications and individual requirements.• Maintain excellent customer relationship management.• Responsible for the creation and provision of quotations.• Process plant equipment orders, especially where the client requires advice on equipment selection.• Ensure that all open quotations are chased and updated on the CRM systems.• Keep up to date with products, competitors and relevant legislation.• Maintain the integrity of operational databases.• Provide any potential business development within new or dormant clients.
The successful Technical Sales Engineer will have the following skills and experience:
• Must have previous experience working within a technical sales environment/role.• Educated to GCSE level or equivalent.• Ideally, have a City & Guilds Electrical Installation Part 1 & 2.• Strong confident communication skills.• Must be able to prioritise workload.• Ability to liaise with other departments and customers all levels in a professional manner at all times.• Excellent team player with the ability to work on own initiative.• Must hold a full UK driving licence.