When you're an EC&I Design Engineer, especially in sectors like Oil & Gas and Nuclear, it's easy to forget about the Engineering side. Sat in an office, maybe hundreds (sometimes thousands) of miles away from where the product will be manufactured, using design tools, without following your work, seeing the finished product or its real-life application is not for everybody.
Fear not because it can be different. Some companies will allow you to go out to the site to see the product you've designed or the area it's going to be deployed in.
With one of the World's most extensive manufacturing shop floors and a lifting capacity of over 100 tonnes, their facilities manufacture materials for some of the most significant fabrication projects in the UK.
The work is varied; you will work on projects for several industries such as Defence, steel fabrication and construction, so you will work on many different projects.
You have varied experience across Electrical, Controls and Instrumentation, using AutoCAD, Siemens and Allen Bradley amongst other design and programming tools.
In return, you'll get a competitive salary, 27 days holidays + Bank Holidays, 6% matched pension contributions and the opportunity to see the direct results of the design work you've been part of creating.
So if you want to see the big picture, get in touch today with Mark Dorey on email@example.com