SENIOR MECHANICAL DESIGN ENGINEER - ROTATING MACHINERY
The purpose of the position is the development and test of new and innovative designs for deployment. In support of this an experienced designer is required with Catia experience to work within the NPI Team.
The job holder is expected to work within a multi-disciplined New Product Introduction engineering team.
The main deliverables of this role are accurate designs portrayed by 3D models, detailed design drawings, piping and instrumentation diagrams, general assemblies and bills of materials.
The candidate should be self- motivated, proficient in CAD with at least 5 years Catia experience, be able to work as part of a team but manage their own work packages to meet overall project timescales. Good customer/peer interaction and global communication skills are required.
Applicants should hold a degree in a relevant subject or HNC in mechanical Engineer with minimum 10 years experience in an Engineering or design role.
Experience with rotating equipment, materials, electro-mechanical systems, castings, would be beneficial with detail knowledge of vacuum equipment and / or compressor design being a distinct advantage.
Experience of working in the chemical, Pharmaceutical or Semiconductor industries would also be advantageous
Circa £35-40K Depending on experience.
There are no specialist Health & Safety issues related to this role.
Permanent (unless otherwise stated in the job title above).
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