Electrically Biased Engineer (Assembly and Commissioning)
£25,000 - £30,000 + Training + Progression + Benefits
Are you an Electrically Biased Engineer looking for a varied role where you will assemble, commission and maintain state of the art machinery for a specialist company that will also get you involved with R&D projects?
The position is ideal for an Electrically Biased Engineer from a manufacturing or automated background wanting to specialise in a niche and innovative industry with the desire for training and development.
The company themselves have invented ground breaking technology for the manufacturing industry. Their products and processes are innovative, unique and fully patented leaving them with no competitors and no upper limit for growth potential for the business and employees. Employees are encouraged to train in an area of their choice, the engineers of today will be the heads of department in the future.
Here is a great opportunity for an Electrically Biased Engineer looking to work with patented state of the art technology for a genuine market leader in their most exciting times to date.
* Assemble, Commission & Maintain
* Research and development
* Help train, coach and mentor apprentices
* Unrivalled and unlimited training and progression
* Electrically Biased Engineer
* Wants training and progression
* Manufacturing, food or automated background
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This vacancy is being advertised by Rise Technical Recruitment Ltd. The services of Rise Technical Recruitment Ltd are that of an Employment Agency.
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