Graduate Mechanical Design Engineer (Thermal Engineering)

Posted by Rise Technical Recruitment on 31/01/2020 (10:23)

Solihull, West Midlands
£23,000 - £24,000/annum Training & Progression
31/01/2020 (10:23)
Rise Technical Recruitment

Graduate Mechanical Design Engineer (Thermal Engineering / Heat Exchangers)
£23,000 - £24,000 + Excellent Training
Office based with some field travel, commutable from Solihull, Sparkhill, Birmingham, Redditch, Dorridge

Are you a Mechanical Engineering Graduate looking to join an exciting innovative specialist that supplier their state of the art products across the world in a developing role that offers lots of training and the scope to progress your career?

This is a great opportunity where you will work in a technical challenging and varied role whilst working alongside the senior engineer for a 6-month training period to properly induct you into the technical role where you will be continually invested in and given the scope to progress your career?

This is a great opportunity where you will work as part of a team within a global supplier of mechanical products, they have been established for over 20 years and thrive on a great company culture. This role offers you a varied position where you will provide some design support and be the technical go to expert on thermal engineering assignments.

This role will suit a Mechanical Engineering Graduate looking for lots of training.

The Role:
 Dealing with various departments and becoming a technical specialist within thermal engineering
 Dealing with some thermal designs and analysing efficiencies
 Lots of technical training and progression

The Person:
 Mechanical Engineering Graduate
 Looking for lots of technical training

If you are interested in this role, please click apply for the attention of Harry Heal @ Rise Technical Recruitment

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