As a Mechanical Engineer you will be responsible for a COMAH regulated chemical manufacturing plant. This company will offer the opportunity to engage in a personal and career development programme that will enable progression through the company.
The company is one of the world's leading chemical manufacturers, supplying intermediaries to some of the largest global manufacturing organisations. Working with leading professionals within the sector, this Mechanical Engineer will mean operating with some of the most cutting-edge machinery and technology in the chemical manufacturing sector today.
Responsibilities of the Mechanical Engineer;
- Engaging in a personal and career development programme to promote progression within the company.
- Full responsibility for a chemical manufacturing plant under COMAH regulations, overseeing Maintenance, Projects, Integrity and Management of both internal and external staff.
- Implementing Mech Eng standards whilst liaising with regulators (HSE/EA).
- Mechanical Engineer will be making and influencing decisions regarding maintenance regimes to maximise uptime, throughput, quality, and yield and optimise expenditure.
To be successful in this position as Mechanical Engineer it would be preferable to have a background working within Chemical, Petrochemical, Pharmaceutical, Nuclear or Oil & Gas. Candidates require previous experience working on a COMAH regulated site and be degree qualified to BEng or MEng. I am also interested in speaking with candidates that have had experience working as Reliability Engineer, Asset Care Leader or Mechanical Engineer.
Working for this multi-million-pound market leading company as Mechanical Engineer means receiving a comprehensive benefits package alongside salary. This includes an 18% pension, multiple annual bonuses, private health care, life assurance and potential relocation package. In addition to this flexitime is offered with 25 days annual leave.
For further information please apply directly for the position of Mechanical Engineer.
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