Graduate Engineer (Energy )
£25,000 - £29,000 + Training + Pension + Progression + Holidays + Christmas Bonus + Loyalty Bonus + Sickness / Accident Insurance + Private Gym / Facilities
Are you a graduate engineer looking to work for a recession proof company within a rewarding and forever growing industry. On offer is the opportunity to be a part of a team of specialists within the renewables industry with long term growth prospects, all whilst benefiting from training and technical progression.
Graduate engineer role on offer is training and the opportunity to progress whilst being well looked after.
This company recognises and rewards hard work with benefits and incentives and knows that good people make good business. Join a firmly established specialist where you will learn whilst being treated as more than a number.
* Graduate Engineer Role
* Technical Support
* Office based
* Full Lifecycle Role
* Degree in Building Services, Mechanical Engineering, Sustainable Energy or Similar is essential
* Autocad experience or design software is Essential
* Experience working with an engineering company is beneficial
Please apply by submitting your CV to Charlie Auburn at Future Engineering Recruitment
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