Mechanical Engineer position available at a growing, revolutionary company offering the chance to work on industry changing products and have the opportunity to further progress.
Do you have experience of designing and delivering highly specialist products? Do you have a minimum of a degree in Mechanical Engineering, Product Design or similar?
This company was created over the lockdown period and have recently had their product patented. This product is projected to be a world leading product and so the company is looking for a Mechanical Engineer to join its innovative team to help take this product to market.
In this position you will be responsible for planning and executing the design of mechanical subsystems and components whilst working closely with Industrial Designers and Electronics Engineers to ensure smooth product integration. Along with this you will liaise with component manufacturers to negotiate the correct BOMs for assembly.
The ideal candidate will be an experienced Mechanical Engineer with a background working with consumer facing products, looking to take the next step in their career to work on an exciting new project.
- Design of mechanical subsystems and components
- Validation and Verification
- Transform and optimise components for mass manufacture
- Negotiate BOM's for general assembly
- £50,000 - £60,000 + Benefits + Pension + Holiday
- Experience as a Mechanical Engineer
- Experience in designing and delivering consumer facing products
- Must be willing to work in and around London
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.
Potential candidates who do not have this right or permit, or are pending an application to obtain this right or permit should not apply as your details will not be processed.
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