Mechanical Engineer (Service and Installation)
Basic Salary £30,000 to £50,000 DOE + Overseas Travel Bonus (from 25% to 40% per day) + Contributory Pension + 25 Days Holiday + Group Life Assurance (9x Salary) + Income Protection + Training and Development
Mechanical Engineer required for an industry leading supplier of manufacturing machinery with a reputation of global excellence. This is a great opportunity to join a company with a worldwide presence who are truly committed to developing their staff. Within this role, you will be based at a brand-new, purpose-built facility and will be given excellent earning opportunities and the chance to travel internationally.
To apply for this role, you will ideally be a mechanically biased engineer, apprenticeship time-served or equivalent, with a clear understanding of pneumatics and basic electrics. You will need to have experienced working on automated machinery and can come from any industry style led background.
The successful Mechanical Engineer will spend most of their time based at the company’s site in Gloucester where they will support the assembly and building of machinery. You will be responsible for carrying out final testing and inspections of machinery to ensure it meets our own high-quality standards. You will then oversee the strip down of the machinery before being sent to the customers site for reassembly.
You can expect to spend anywhere between 80 to 150 days per year at customer sites, for up to two to three weeks at a time. Here, you will be responsible for rebuilding, installing, commissioning and modifications to the equipment and ensuring any issues are resolved to our customers satisfaction. You will also support the training of those operating the machinery, so good communications skills are a must.
This is a fantastic opportunity for a Mechanical Engineer to join a reputable company who work with leading manufacturers within the automotive industry. The company are offering an exciting role where two days won’t be the same and offer clear paths to develop within your career.
The Mechanical Engineer Role:
* Building and Testing Machinery
* Installing and Commissioning Machinery
* Split between based at Gloucester and International Travel
The Mechanical Engineer:
* Mechanically biased with understanding of pneumatics and basic electrics
* Experience of working with automated machinery in any background
* Have completed an apprenticeship (or equivalent)