Mechanical Design Engineer

Recruiter
Anonymous
Location
Worcester
Salary
20000.00 - 45000.00 GBP Annual + GBP20000 - GBP45000/annum
Posted
12 Sep 2017
Closes
10 Oct 2017
Sector
Engineering
Contract Type
Permanent
Position: Mechanical Design Engineer
Salary: GBP25,000 - GBP45,000
Location: Worcester
Start Date: ASAP

We're looking for Mechanical Design Engineers who are interested in working for global superpower of Automation.

Working with high-profile names across different industries, we have such a demand for work that we're seeking a number for Mechanical Design Engineers and will consider Senior Mechanical Design Engineers as well as Mechanical Design Engineers who have 1 year of experience.

We have several roles here, so if you want to be a concept designer working on brand new machines then please apply, but equally if you feel you are stronger re-designing existing machines then we have roles here for you too.

As a Mechanical Design Engineer, we will give you all the training and development required to enable you to become a very highly rated Mechanical Design Engineer.

The successful Mechanical Design Engineer will have:
- At least 1 year of experience as a Mechanical Design Engineer working on special purpose machines.
- Knowledge of pneumatics, hydraulics, calculations and cost analysis.
- The mindset of a meticulous and highly conscientious Mechanical Engineer.
- Be able to work to work under pressure to meet project deadlines.

During this Mechanical Design role, you'll be on out an out Mechanical Engineer, designing, producing BOM's and development new/existing machines.

If you believe this Mechanical Design Engineer opportunity if something that could enhance your career as a Mechanical Design Engineer then please contact Oliver Johnston at Orion Electrotech for further details or apply and I will contact you in due course.

Orion Electrotech Ltd acts as both an Employment Business and Employment Agency and complies with the Conduct of Employment Agencies and Employment Businesses Regulations Act 2003