MTrec is proudly representing our international manufacturing client in their search to appoint a highly skilled and experienced Electrical Process/Equipment Development Engineer. You will be working on a range of high-profile projects for the business, ensuing the company is at the forefront of machine and technology development, for new product introduction and process improvements. If you are a time-served craftsman who has developed their career into PLC, Controls, Software and Technology development, programming and integration and you are now looking for an exciting and challenging career move, please apply for an immediate response.
GKN Automotive Innovation Centre in Abingdon, Oxfordshire, is looking for a Mechanical Design Graduate Engineer and an Embedded Software Graduate to support our development of eDrive Technologies driving the electrified future of the automotive industry. They will be based respectively within our Electric Machines Design and System Engineering functions but working closely with other teams including Power Electronics, Testing and Vehicle Integration. Our work focuses on designing and developing world-leading electric vehicle powertrains for the global market. We are also technical partners to Jaguar Racing.
Who are Vorboss?
Vorboss is building London’s next-generation, business fibre network. This is a responsibility that we take seriously; we understand that for most businesses, reliable fibre is as important as heat, electricity, and water. We want to completely change the fibre network in London (and beyond) and we’re on the hunt for smart, talented people to join us.
At Vorboss, we do the right thing - no matter what. Our unwavering focus on engineering excellence and unrivalled commitment to customer service is trusted by the most important organisations across the UK and Europe in the technology, pharmaceutical, financial, and e-commerce industries.
We’re proud to have earned one of the best reputations in the industry and it is essential to us that we maintain that reputation as we grow. Our team is tight knit and highly talented. We trust each other to do the right thing, take responsibility, and be a champion for our collective success.
We’re looking for talented, smart people to join us as we embark on this exciting period of growth. Our vision for Vorboss is to be ‘the best job that someone ever had’, regardless of how long they stay with us and promise to provide a supportive workplace based on respect and trust.
About the Role
We are looking for a driven and proactive individual to take on the permanent position of a Head of Health and Safety to help shape and drive the Health and Safety strategy for Vorboss. Working closely with the wider business to understand the areas of opportunity within the business helping to identifying and implement appropriate policies and procedures to mitigate risk within the business and its operations.
Salary: £80,000 - £120,000 per annum (depending on experience)
Reporting to: Head of Operations
The Henry Royce Institute Hub at The University of Manchester is seeking a Programme & Facilities Manager for the EPSRC NAME grant and Royce Atoms to Devices research area facilities. The role will be responsible for: (i) the efficient management of facilities and engagement activities related to Royce’s research areas, with a particular focus on the Atoms to Devices (A2D) theme, and (ii) to programme manage the NAME grant to ensure effective management and delivery of the award. Activities across both elements of the role are expected to include: equipment specification and procurement; financial reporting and budget management; engagement with research communities; promotion of capabilities to both academic and industry users; coordination of boards and national and international meetings; liaison with external stakeholders; preparation and delivery of impact reporting; and delivery of public engagement activities.
We are looking for a Civil Engineer who is passionate about sustainability, to help us look after our walking and cycling paths, which form part of the National Cycle Network. You will be working to achieve our vision of a society where the way we travel creates healthier places and happier lives for everyone.
In your role, you will provide design and contract management support to our UK-wide Estate Management team.
You will have the opportunity to be involved in the delivery of a diverse range of maintenance work for our estate which include over 500 former railway bridges, viaducts, tunnels, retaining walls and culverts.
We are looking for an aspiring Apprentice systems engineer to undertake a 4 year Graduate Apprenticeship in Data Science with Robert Gordon University. Carry out a wide range of tasks related to the design, implementation and delivery of Real-time Information Systems (Digital Operations) solutions, in the energy and infrastructure market.
Stirling Dynamics is recruiting two graduate engineers to join in September 2021.
The successful candidates will take part in a two-year training programme, covering four different six-month rotations.
Training and mentoring will be provided throughout to ensure that you get the most out of the experience.
As Deputy Director for GCHQ’s IT Capability Group, you will lead a substantial part of our IT organisation through the transformation to a modern, digital platform provider. GCHQ provides IT capabilities for the whole of the UK intelligence community and beyond. With a major portfolio of products and services already on offer, you will motivate and inspire a large team to successfully support today’s mission, whilst rapidly adapting to take advantage of Cloud platforms.
K2 Management is a global, independent, and leading renewables consultancy. We advise a range of clients including community projects, independent developers, financing institutions and energy utilities. We now have an opportunity for a highly ambitious graduate who is eager to be part of our dynamic and experienced Analysis Services team working world-wide to facilitate the growth of wind energy.
Our Analysis Services team undertakes data analysis and modelling to predict the future energy yield of wind farms at all stages of their development and operation.
The role requires strong numerical ability, good technical judgement and communication skills, and typically includes tasks such as wind farm site visits, analysis of measured wind data or turbine SCADA data, wind flow modelling, calculation of long-term energy yield and technical report writing.
record uk is the UK subsidiary of the Assa Abloy Group who is among the world market leaders of automatic pedestrian door systems. The group manufactures and distributes door systems to over 40 countries worldwide.
We design, manufacture, supply, install and service automated door systems and aluminium shop-fronts throughout the UK to a wide range of organisations and clients.
We are now seeking to recruit a Service Engineer based within the North London area.
Hours: 40 hours per week.
Holidays: 33 days holidays
Salary: Negotiable – dependent on experience.
Location: record UK, North London
General Dynamics Mission Systems is looking for an inclusive engineering specialist with DevOps and Scrum Master experience. This flexible working DevOps Principal Software Engineer role would either be work from home with some travel or based within our offices in Oakdale depending upon your preference and comes with a favourable salary of £48.5k to £60.7k p/a.
As an RF Engineer, you will support the development of our Radio Frequency solution and lead the system performance testing activities to ensure they adhere to and meet the required standards.
You will be responsible for the implementation from conceptual design through to implementation and optimisation of service.
As Project Engineer you will assume full P&L accountability for delivery of the Projects. It is expected that your key drivers and focus will be on client satisfaction and the performance of key stakeholders.
Honeywell Electrical Products are a leading manufacturer of wiring device products used in both residential and commercial buildings. The Technical department are responsible for delivering new products to the market and maintaining and supporting existing products ensuring they are maintained to the latest standards and are seeking an experienced Product Engineer to own and develop our product lines.
We have an excellent opportunity for a Mechanical Design Engineer to work in with our teams to develop the next generation of power delivery and connected products. The role will be based in our Basildon site.
The Engineering Apprenticeship programme is designed to shape the engineering technicians and engineers of the future.
Engineering apprentices play a hugely important role at Molson Coors, solving challenges that arise from some of the most advanced packaging and brewing equipment in the industry.
Theatreplan is looking for a Mechanical Engineering, Mechatronics, Electrical / Electronic Engineering or similar graduate with 3D modelling skills and the ability to reach across engineering disciplines.
Theatreplan is looking for an experienced stage engineering consultant with both design and client engagement skills.
This is an exciting opportunity to work with a team of international, friendly and motivated professionals in the Electrical Telescope and Instrumentation Engineering Group within the Electronic Engineering Department. ESO’s Electronic Engineering Department comprises 31 Electronics/Electrical engineers and technicians, who are responsible for the definition, design or follow-up, manufacturing and implementation of electronic systems for optical and infrared astronomical instruments and telescope systems. The Department is part of the Directorate of Engineering and is based at the ESO Headquarters in Garching near Munich, Germany.
We are looking for a highly motivated electronic engineer who will be responsible for development, integration, and verification of astronomical instruments and/or telescope subsystems from the first concepts, to the final product delivered to and tested at the observatory. The successful candidate will be interested not only in new technical responsibilities but also in developing their interpersonal skills within an international environment.
This is an exciting opportunity to work with a team of international, friendly and motivated professionals at the Electronic Development and Workshop Group Electronic Developments, Lab Facilities & Workshop Group within the Electronic Engineering Department. ESO’s Electronic Engineering Department comprises 31 Electronics/ Electrical engineers and technicians, who are responsible for the definition, design or follow-up, manufacturing and implementation of control systems for optical and infrared astronomical instruments and telescope systems. The Department is part of the Directorate of Engineering and is based at the ESO Headquarters in Garching near Munich, Germany.
We are looking for a Technician who is the link between the engineer’s design and the hardware realization of an electronic module built at ESO. With their particular manufacturing experience, the technician is a valuable feedback provider for the engineer in terms of construction feasibility/ options.
Our Project Management team is expanding. The role will focus on delivering projects ranging from £50K to in excess of £1M and supporting the Head of Projects to improve project delivery.
About the Maintenance Operative role:
As our Maintenance Operative you will assist in all areas of building repairs and maintenance, including floods, burst pipes, blocked gutters, broken windows, failure of electrical equipment, redecoration, damaged or dangerous furniture and equipment etc.
In addition to reactive repairs, you will also ensure there is a robust planned and preventative maintenance programme including activities such as temperature checks, emergency light checks and planned upgrade works.
Chart your own course and change the world — with the support of people whose interests are aligned with yours. Sound amazing? At Burns & McDonnell, opportunity is waiting. We’re looking for strategic thinkers with big ideas and an entrepreneurial mindset. It’s those kinds of people who’ve helped us grow from a small consulting business back in 1898 to a global leader in engineering, construction, environmental, full EPC and consulting solutions. Today, we’re a thriving company with more than 7,000 professionals working in 40+ offices worldwide and recognised in the US as the leading Transmission & Distribution services company.
We’re growing our team and have exciting opportunities for experienced and motivated industry professionals to join us in our Birmingham office as we head out on our journey to help make clients successful in the UK. We have a specific opportunity for an experienced Project Planner with strong UK experience.
We are addressing projects across the power transmission & distribution industry, encompassing substations, overhead lines and underground cables, as well as supporting the challenges of future networks as we innovate in the types of investment and technology to support more renewable energy, a shift to electric vehicles and increasing energy storage. If you are excited about working both at the grid edge and in the heart of the electricity network then we want to hear from you. We are Burns & McDonnell and we Create Amazing.
To succeed in this role the successful candidate will have experience of building, developing and managing schedules for high voltage substation projects within the UK. This includes a good understanding of the design process and construction sequence.
We are seeking to work with talented engineers looking to change sectors and make the exciting move into the data centre world. Engineers working within construction, maritime, aviation, and the automotive industry have all previously made very successful moves into Equinix data centres.
In the engineering team, we keep the lights on! We are responsible for maintaining the critical electrical and mechanical infrastructure across the various sites.
To participate in our training programme, we are actively seeking applications from different sectors as we will provide the training you need to build a successful career within our data centres. We are looking for applicants with:
- A qualification in electrical or mechanical engineering (BSc, apprenticeship, NVQ level 3 or BTEC level 3)
- Knowledge of critical infrastructure equipment
- A positive outlook, a hunger to learn, and a desire to develop and grow are essential, as is the ability to work well within a team.
We are Recruiting for Datacentre Technicians with knowledge of copper or fibre cabling to join Equinix Operations department, the role will involve conducting circuit maintenance, installations and advanced testing.
We are actively seeking applications from experienced individuals working in different sectors who are interested in joining one busiest sector
Home based external sales role to promote ABB Low Voltage Drives Products in the North West area e.g. Liverpool, Manchester via partners and direct sales. The role is to grow the sales of ABB drives by delivering excellent customer service through regular sales activities and to develop added value solutions from the drives business as well as transactional product sales with a focus on meeting personal and team targets.
Equinix is the world’s digital infrastructure company, operating 200+ data centres across the globe, as a Project Director - Construction MEP you will lead a team of Project Managers providing overall strategy and direction, for successful delivery of UK defined Mechanical & Electrical infrastructure programs/portfolios and customer related works.
Requiring strong technical and program management alongside extensive team management preferably with project teams in a matrix type of organisation, this is a key role within the team, where you will have direct influence in Equinix’s ability to provide operation excellence to our customers.
Clymac are not only an established Fire & Security company but also growing. It’s regarded by its staff as a great place to work with excellent relationships between our office teams and remote engineers. The business is moving forward with enthusiasm building on its many strengths. It’s an exciting time to join Clymac as an apprentice engineer with plenty of opportunities to contribute and progress within the business. We are extremely proud of our diversity polices with nearly 50% of our field based engineers being female making our teams a very welcoming place for both male and female engineers.
JOB TITLE: PCB Design Engineer
Based in Chessington, we are looking for an PCB Design engineer to work in our Research & Development team.
JOB TITLE: R&D Application Software Engineer
Based in Chessington or Falmouth in Cornwall, we are looking for Application Software Engineers to work in our Research & Development team.
JOB TITLE: R&D Application Software Team Leader
Based in Chessington, we are looking for an Application Software Team Leader to work in our Research & Development team.
As Head of Delivery and Support at LettUs Grow, you will be an integral member of the senior management team with overall responsibility for delivery of LettUs Grow’s products and ongoing support of our customers.
WHAT WE’RE DOING
We’re on a mission to build the UK's finest digital infrastructure and accelerate its full fibre future - transforming the way we live, work and communicate.
With 8 million homes and businesses to connect in our sights, and a £4bn investment programme to make it happen, we have a busy and exciting journey ahead.
WHAT WILL YOU BE DOING?
Our Quantity Surveyors play a vital role in delivering digital infrastructure across the UK by building strong, collaborative relationships with our build partners and teams, ensuring a smooth process and maximum quality across every build. Working as part of our Supply Chain division, you will focus on either one city or multiple cities, managing the commercial resources of your assigned build, mitigating risks, maintaining relationships and ultimately, protecting CityFibre both contractually and commercially.
HELP BRITAIN STAY CONNECTED
It’s a strange time, but lockdown has shown us how important robust connectivity is for bringing people together. That’s why we’re continuing to work hard to deliver the digital infrastructure the nation needs to bounce back quickly. We might be on lockdown, but we’re not standing still – now, more than ever, we need talented teams to plan, design and deliver Gigabit Cities across the UK. With a £4 billion investment programme underway and plans to deliver full fibre to 8 million premises, now is the perfect time to get involved.
WHAT WILL YOU BE DOING?
Once our fibre network is designed, it needs to be taken out onto the field to ensure it will be fast and functional. We’re looking for creative Fibre Network Planner that can interpret blueprints on-site, answer queries from the Contractors and authorities that help us to build. You’ll also assume accountability for the project management, collaborating with our Designers to deliver the best broadband possible.
IT’S TIME TO POWER UP BRITAIN
Now, more than ever, the UK needs full fibre networks to power up businesses and restart our economy. That’s why, even though the world has slowed down, we’ve been working faster than ever to build Gigabit Cities and deliver the digital infrastructure Britain needs to bounce back. With opportunities across the UK, there’s never been a more important time to join us, transform the way Britain connects and accelerate your career and the UK’s economic recovery.
WHAT WILL YOU BE DOING?
Our full fibre infrastructure is transforming cities, powering innovation and speeding up Britain. We’re looking for a creative, agile and resourceful Build Assurance Engineer to help us fulfil our ambition of delivering Fibre To The Home to 8 million premises. Reporting to the Build Manager, you’ll be responsible for monitoring a Full Fibre Network deployment project within one of our Cities. You’ll use your expertise to oversee both the civil and fibre construction activities, ensuring that our supply partner is carrying out site operations on time, to specification within Quality, Health and Safety and Environmental guidelines. healthcare.
Mechanical Engineering Graduate Scheme
Entry requirements: A minimum of a 2:1 MEng or MSc in Mechanical Engineering accredited by IMechE
Our Engineers focus on the assets that form the foundation of our transport system. Mechanical engineers are at the heart of the design and innovation that helps 30 million customer journeys around London, every single day. The emphasis of our graduate scheme is on developing ‘world-class’ mechanical engineers who seek to become the senior engineers, subject matter experts and leaders of the future. You will find solutions to meaningful problems, driving the most recognised and innovative transport network in the world.
Engineering and Technology (IET) Graduate Scheme
Candidates must already hold or be on track to achieve a minimum of 2:2 BEng/BSc or MEng/MSc in electrical, electronic, systems or mechatronic engineering or a closely related subject accredited by the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET). Candidates with IET accredited pure Mechanical Engineering degrees will only be considered for the Systems Engineering stream (see below).
Our Engineers focus on the assets that form the foundation of our transport system. London never stops and the engineering challenge which we face in modernising and upgrading our systems has been likened to undertaking open heart surgery on a patient while they are running a marathon!
Your work will span multiple transport modes, working with stakeholders and suppliers to deliver large scale projects and enable reliable operation of one of the world's leading transport networks. Our projects include new rail lines and extensions, new river crossings, congestion relief enhancements at major stations, development of traffic control technology, multi-discipline system upgrades, and preparing for transport “game-changers” such as electric and autonomous road vehicles.
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Whatever your engineering background, if you’re a professional who’s great at building relationships, then you could become a Client Service Manager at Baillie Gifford. Our two-year programme offers you the chance to transfer your existing skills while learning new ones. Financial services experience isn’t necessary, just a curiosity about the world around you and a real passion for learning new things.
Work in a holistic, multi-disciplinary role, focusing on the bigger picture and bridging the gaps between disciplines. Throughout the different stages of a product lifecycle, you'll take the lead in systems integration and testing, qualification and acceptance. As well as the technical aspects of projects, you'll also learn to consider important factors such as schedules, costs, training and environmental concerns.
Work at the heart of our business, ensuring complex and safety-critical products are safe and fit for purpose. Working at all stages of the product lifecycle, from identifying and analysing hazards, to developing robust controls and safety procedures, you’ll play a pivotal role in development, production and testing, as well as helping us to develop comprehensive safety management systems for entire platforms.
Manage the company recall system and provide Metrology based Training Needs Analysis and develop appropriate Metrology training, meeting programme and project commitments. Have responsibility for the provision, maintenance, installation, operation and removal of Shield Survey Equipment.
The Instrumentation Calibration Services (ICS) Department has the responsibility of calibration, maintenance, managed collection, storage and delivery of test and production equipment.
The AAPS CDT at the University of Bath is recruiting its third cohort of students to join us in September 2021. AAPS is a diverse and stimulating environment where you can deepen your knowledge in your discipline alongside colleagues working across a broad spectrum of challenges facing the mobility sector. The programme integrates a one-year MRes with a three to four-year PhD. The MRes programme is conducted as a cohort with a focus on technology, team-working and research skills before moving on to the PhD programme in year 2.
We at INNOVA SYSTEMS are looking to expand our friendly and award winning SOLIDWORKS technical team! We are currently on the hunt for an Applications Engineer who can use their real world design experience to provide first class service to our strong customer base. Our technical team come from a variety of industry backgrounds including manufacturing and engineering. We work with a diverse range of loyal customers providing a suite of support including; acting as a front line helpdesk resource, creating and delivering engaging training content, creating and delivering bespoke pre-sales demonstrations and being our customers expert consultant, so no day is ever the same! We have a strong focus on personal development, so you can be sure that you will have an opportunity to grow.
At Innova, we welcome people from all backgrounds and for this role, we are open to discussing the possibility of flexible working.
This is an exciting home-based opportunity for an experienced engineer with a good knowledge of the Lift and Crane discipline to join Allianz Engineering, a division of one of the largest insurers and financial services companies in the world.
As an Engineer Surveyor you will assess a wide range of installations, anticipate problems and help our clients to ensure that they comply with relevant legislation. You will work closely with your Engineer Surveyor Team managed by one of our Area Managers. You will prepare reports of examination following your inspections using electronic reporting to ensure fast and efficient delivery to our clients.
This is an exciting home-based opportunity for an experienced engineer with a good knowledge of the Power Press discipline to join Allianz Engineering. You will carry out hands-on inspections of plant and equipment in accordance with company Technical Standards and Health & Safety provisions, reporting to an Area Manager. You will prepare reports of examination following your inspections using electronic reporting to ensure fast and efficient delivery to our clients. This role forms an integral part of our business, as you examine various items of equipment including power presses, lifts, escalators, cranes and construction plant.
*Flexible working can be considered for this role*
This is an exciting field-based opportunity for an experienced engineer to join our Electrical / LEV division here at Allianz, a division of one of the largest insurers and financial services companies in the world.
*Flexible working can be considered for this role*
This is an exciting home-based opportunity for an experienced engineer with a good knowledge of the Pressure Mechanical discipline, to carry out hands-on inspections of plant and equipment, for clients based in Central London.
King's College and Imperial College London invite applications from candidates of academic excellence interested in pursuing a PhD in safe and trusted AI. Twelve fully funded studentships are available.
The UKRI Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) in Safe and Trusted Artificial Intelligence (STAI) brings together world leading experts from King’s College London and Imperial College London to train a new generation of researchers in safe and trusted artificial intelligence (AI).
The overarching aim of the CDT is to train the first generation of AI scientists and engineers in methods of safe and trusted AI. An AI system is considered to be safe when we can provide some assurance about the correctness of its behaviour, and it is considered to be trusted if the average user can have confidence in the system and its decision making.
For further details on how to apply via this link:
For any queries please contact the CDT office: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Centre for Doctoral Training in Future Innovation in Non-Destructive evaluation (FIND) is a partnership between a group of leading universities (Bristol, Imperial College London, Manchester, Nottingham, Strathclyde and Warwick) offering a 4-year industrially-linked doctoral training programme designed to launch you into an engineering career. The CDT has close links to the UK’s internationally leading Research Centre for Non Destructive Evaluation (RCNDE) with a vibrant network of more than 250 researchers across a range of disciplines.