Mechanical Design Engineer - Food Process Equipment
Liverpool, North West
£45,000 - £50,000 + Remote Working + Excellent Company Benefits
Are you a mechanical design engineer with food industry experience looking to work for a rapidly expanding company in a brand-new role offering full autonomy and further career development?
This is an excellent opportunity to work for a dynamic and progressive company that invests in employee development and will look to progress you within the organisation.
This is a chance to become an integral part of a new division within an established process equipment manufacturer where you will operate in a multi-faceted role. The role will be split between preparing detailed 3D drawings using Solidworks, whilst also taking a lead role in commissioning, site work and project management.
This is a fantastic chance to join an established manufacturer where you can flourish in your career and become highly skilled within a specialist industry.
This role would suit a mechanical design engineer with food industry experience looking for a varied and challenging new role.
- Mechanical Design Engineer - Food Process Equipment
- 3D modelling using Solidworks
- Remote working with excellent development opportunities
- Mechanical Design Engineer
- Food Process Industry Experience
- Looking for a varied role with further technical development available
Reference Number: 626
Mechanical Design Engineer, Project Engineer, Design Engineer, Food Process, Commissioning, Process Design, Manufacturing, Engineering, Engineer, Liverpool, Warrington, Manchester, Merseyside, North West
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