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Up to £22,500 + Shift Premiums
Quality inspection focused position within a growing engineering business. This job is shift based so flexibility is required on this front. Open to either experienced or trainee options. Job opportunity for either a proven Quality Inspector / NDT Inspector who wants to work within a modern, clean working environment. Training can be provided for the right person with a keen interest in developing quality inspection techniques. As NDT Inspector you will perform a range of inspection techniques, such as Magnetic Particle Inspection and Penetrant Flaw Inspection. Salary & Package: Up to £22,500 + Shift premium for an experienced NDT Inspector. Trainee options will be vary depending on your level of prior experience. Shift premiums are 20% evenings, and 25% for nights. 25 days holiday. This NDT Inspector job will suit: A proven Quality Inspector who wants to develop more skills around NDT. A Trainee Inspector, someone who has briefly touched on quality inspection having worked within a production environment. Aerospace sector knowledge would be an advantage. Someone who knows the requirement The NDT Inspector job’s working environment, opportunities and rewards: Stable engineering company, the manufacturing site employs roughly 350 people. Competitive salary + benefits, including product output bonus, good holiday allowance, pension etc. Roles are mostly on a three shift system; mornings, afternoons and nights midweek. The NDT Inspector job will involve: Performing a range of NDT inspection methods – such as Magnetic Particle Inspection, Penetrant Flaw Inspection, and Acid Etch Inspection. Completing necessary documentation associated with quality reports. Performing calibration tests. This job is commutable from Lincoln, Newark, Gainsborough. To apply please contact Joe Parker at Euro Projects Recruitment Ltd. Visit the Euro Projects Recruitment website to search our latest permanent, contract and interim vacancies. “Please note that if you are not contacted within the next ten days then your application, on this occasion, has not been successful. We thank you for taking the time to apply.” This job is posted by Euro Projects Recruitment, a recruitment consultancy specialising in engineering and manufacturing appointments from tool room to boardroom. We combine over 100 years of technical knowledge and recruitment expertise to introduce the best candidates to the best companies. We are passionate about your future and persistent in our efforts to secure you the right job. Reference: JP-EPR160130-EP-INDHPRead more
£40,000 - £45,000
OPERATIONS MANAGER SK22 STOCKPORT CHESHIRE Job vacancy for an experienced Production, Manufacturing or Operations Leader to manage production processes with 20 reports across all levels of this engineering, manufacturing business. Company is involved in CNC metal machining and fabrication work and subcontract engineering with a healthy order book. Salary & Package: £40,000 - £45,000 + benefits This Operations Manager job will suit: An all-rounder with experience of setting production KPIs, developing manufacturing teams, overseeing quality issues, production planning, purchasing and logistics as well as lean and continuous improvement techniques. Hands-on manager with background in day-to day production and operational management in a SME manufacturing environment with focus on high quality, OTIF delivery. Modern Apprenticeship, Engineering, ILM and Lean qualifications desirable Person with passion for process improvement and practical management with a “can-do-attitude”. The Operations Manager job’s working environment, opportunities and rewards: This role reports to the Directors of the business and will involve close cooperation to achieve strategic and operational goals to support further growth. The Operations Manager job will involve: Be a visible shop-floor based leader with the ability to step back, assess and accurately measure, define and record manufacturing output and capacity. Providing leadership, appropriate to a high precision manufacturing facility with specific responsibility for H&S, discipline, definition of clear standards and achievable goals. Introducing good practice and practical continuous improvements to deliver right first time. This job is commutable from Stockport, Ashton-Under-Lyne, Macclesfield, Buxton and surrounding areas. To apply please contact Manesh Bulsara at Euro Projects Recruitment Ltd. Visit the Euro Projects Recruitment website to search our latest permanent, contract and interim vacancies. “Please note that if you are not contacted within the next ten days then your application, on this occasion, has not been successful. We thank you for taking the time to apply.” This job is posted by Euro Projects Recruitment, a recruitment consultancy specialising in engineering and manufacturing appointments from tool room to boardroom. We combine over 100 years of technical knowledge and recruitment expertise to introduce the best candidates to the best companies. We are passionate about your future and persistent in our efforts to secure you the right job. Reference: MB-EPR114916Read more
£40,000 - £50,000 base + fantastic wider benefits package
Software Engineer jobs role. Embedded C and C++ software development, coding for brand new fire safety products and prototype systems. Innovative, dynamic engineering business with a culture of investing in people, supporting internal growth and development. Salary Guideline: £40,000 - £50,000 Dependent on experience + 25 days holiday and Breakfast and Lunch is provided by the company every day! Are you a Software Engineer / Software Developer with embedded software experience, looking for software development jobs in the Hereford/Herefordshire area? This Software Engineer / Software Developer jobs role is with a well-established but rapidly expanding engineering SME. This job will suit: A Software Engineer / Software Developer / Software Development Engineer with an embedded C++ software coding/programming background. You are likely to be degree qualified in an Electrical / Electronics Engineering, Software, Computer Science or similar discipline. Primarily we are seeking Software Engineers who are excited by the opportunity to join a rapidly growing, innovative technology business that will invest in your career and personal development. The job’s working environment, opportunities and rewards: Innovative, dynamic engineering business that develops and manufactures temporary Fire Safety system technology for industrial markets. Genuine opportunity to become a key part of a growing business with good scope for career and personal development. A company that is passionate about their employees, a company where the culture is focused on providing a stimulating and happy working environment. Salary: £40,000 - £50,000 dependent on experience The job will involve: Coding brand new software for new product lines and prototype products. Supporting the software architecture selection process for the Microcontroller/Microprocessor Systems. Developing new and innovative test plans, software test methodology. Programming a GUI / Graphic user interface for new technology. Reference: PH-EPR171204-EP This job is commutable from Hereford, Worcester, Gloucester, Monmouth, Tillington, Clehonger, Ledbury, Leominster, Ross-on-Wye and the surrounding areas. To apply please contact Peter Hobbs at Euro Projects Recruitment Ltd by email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01530 833 825Read more
Field Service Engineer
Highly Competitive Base Salary + Esate Car of your choice + Significant bonus
Are you seeking Field Service Engineer jobs, Multi skilled engineer jobs, CNC Service Engineer jobs in the Bristol area? This Service Engineer jobs role requires a multi skilled engineer to install, fault find, repair and carry out maintenance on equipment that is housed in manufacturing, automotive, aerospace and industrial engineering companies across the UK (this will be predominantly CNC / lathe based work). Salary guideline: Base salary well above the market average + Estate Car of your choice! + Significant quarterly bonus. The jobs working environment, opportunities and rewards: Fantastic base salary (well above the market average) + estate car of your choice + attractive bonus scheme Less than 45 hour working week on average (including overtime) and less than 25,000 miles on the road per year! Company culture is one of passion, enthusiasm and an eagerness to learn and improve, the business is very focused on training and development (this may present the opportunity for international travel to the Global HQ). A lot of employees have been there 10 years + so this is NOT a hire & fire culture – they invest in their staff (both with time and training). The job will involve: Initial visual/overall inspection to assess machine running and identify any faults. Installing and servicing Fanuc CNC machines. Stripping down of hardware. Mending of electrical and mechanical faults. Machine axis and bar feed alignments. PLC programming / update / instillation experience would be beneficial. This job will suit: A Service Engineer / Field Service Engineer or Technical Support Engineer with experience of working with CNC machines (Fanuc controls would be highly beneficial) Ideally from a mechanical or electrical background with experience of carrying out reactive maintenance and fault fining on CNC equipment. Field service experience is not essential; this role would suit a shift / Maintenance Engineer looking to get off shifts and be out on the road. This Service Engineer jobs role is commutable from Bristol, Swindon, Bath, Gloucester, Weston-super-Mare, Chippenham, Cheltenham, Stroud and the surrounding areas. To apply please contact Peter Hobbs at Euro Projects Recruitment Ltd. Visit the Euro Projects Recruitment website to search our latest permanent, contract and interim vacancies. “Please note that if you are not contacted within the next ten days then your application, on this occasion, has not been successful. We thank you for taking the time to apply.” This job is posted by Euro Projects Recruitment, a recruitment consultancy specialising in engineering and manufacturing appointments from tool room to boardroom. We combine over 100 years of technical knowledge and recruitment expertise to introduce the best candidates to the best companies. We are passionate about your future and persistent in our efforts to secure you the right job. Reference: PH-EPR114024-INDHPRead more
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Ian - Project Manager
Thank you for your help and professional conduct throughout this journey. Euro Projects in my eyes have been the only recruitment consultancy who have genuinely cared about me.
Chris - Field Service Engineer
From the start to now, starting a new role, my Euro Projects Account Manager, briefed me, the client and followed up. I felt part of a team and wanted to give 'extra' because of the great customer service feel. I'd recommend them!
Paula - Internal Sales
Excellent consultancy and customer service. The whole process was made easy from application through to interview. I was kept well informed with contact throughout the whole process.
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