|Recruiter:||Rise Technical Recruitment Ltd|
|Listed on:||28th May|
|Location:||Bury St. Edmunds|
|Salary/Rate:||£20,000 - £25,000|
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Graduate Mechanical Engineer (Projects)
Bury St Edmunds
£20,000 - £25,000 + Training + Progression + Development + Bonus + Holiday + Pension
Excellent Opportunity to join a growing multinational in a broad and interesting role!
On offer is a role where you can use your degree and develop a wide skillset as you progress into engineering.
This company specialise in offering a range of bespoke pumping solutions to clients across the UK. They manufacture on site and have a heavy R&D focus as a business to ensure they are constantly innovating their product ranges. Due to continued orders, they are looking for an additional graduate to join their mechanical division.
On offer is a unique role for a mechanical engineering graduate, where you will use a broad range of skills form your degree. You will work closely with the design team, coming up with new ideas for products and then follow this into production, working on testing, application support and even looking after bills of materials.
This is a fantastic chance to join a growing business in a broad and exciting role where you can develop a host of engineering skills!
The Role: *Graduate Mechanical Engineer *Project work for pump design & manufacture *Broad role using a host of degree knowledge
The Person: *Mechanical Engineering Graduate *Happy to relocate to, or live near Bury St Edmunds
Reference number: BBBH121535
To apply for this role or for to be considered for further roles, please click "Apply Now" or contact Alastair Kingdon at Rise Technical Recruitment. This vacancy is being advertised by Rise Technical Recruitment Ltd. The services of Rise Technical Recruitment Ltd are that of an Employment Agency. Rise Technical Recruitment Ltd regrets to inform that our client can only accept applications from engineering candidates who have a valid legal permit or right to work in the United Kingdom