Apollo is one of the largest privately owned UK
manufacturers of adhesives and liquid coatings. Products are supplied worldwide
across a range of industrial, construction and end-user markets. Supply is
direct and via distributors, under the Apollo Adhesives and private-label
The company was established in 1972 and is recognised within
the adhesives industry and by its customers for technical expertise and
commitment to service. Growth has been rapid in recent years, especially within
the construction market. Apollo has recently invested in new premises,
distribution facilities and an IT system to facilitate this growth. It is also
currently reviewing its strategy and recognises the importance of developing a
deeper understanding of its markets and customer base.
This is an excellent time for a graduate to join Apollo.
There is a real opportunity for employees to play a role in shaping the future
of the company. New employees can expect to enter a company that is constantly
evolving within a supportive working environment.
Using the academic underpinning of your degree and technical
expertise, the role of the Quality Engineer is one of continuous
improvement. You will look at how
improvements can be made to the manufacturing process. Using supportive data you will work closely
with production and communicate your ideas, implementing appropriate changes
that will make the business more effective and ultimately increase profits.
You will have achieved a minimum of a 2:2 degree
classification in Chemistry or Chemical Engineering, good A levels – Chemistry
being one of them and Maths and English at GCSE. An understanding of polymers
would be beneficial but not essential.
You will be:-
able to interpret data.
good attention to detail
• Be a good
communicator – able to communicate your findings effectively
– this role is about driving improvement.
This is not a back office engineering role
working with people and being part of strong friendly team
• Have an
Discovery Graduates are the retained managing
consultants. All applications will be
processed through Discovery. We regret
due to the high volume of applications we receive; only those successful on
application will be contacted for interviews.
In the event that you are unsuccessful for this opportunity, we may
still be able to help you and we will retain your application and consider you
for other opportunities.