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Graduate Job Research and Development Engineer (Mechanical /Materials/Design)

Vacancy Type: Graduate Job
Employer: Networx Recruitment
Reference: WRXRE13241
Salary: circa £25,000  

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Research and Development Engineer (Mechanical /Materials/Design)

Wakefield

Circa £25,000

Our client offer a complete range of renewable energy and related products for both domestic and commercial applications.

They have a fantastic opportunity for an experienced Research and Development Engineer to successfully develop new and existing products in line with their renewable energy initiatives. You will establish and implement best practise to ensure performance enhancement and cost reduction, as well as testing, validating and certifying all new products to their high standards. Other responsibilities include technical input, fault finding and the recording of any test data as and when required.

 

They are looking for an independent and excellent communicator, with sound knowledge of material and manufacturing processes. You will need to be proficient in AutoCAD as well as having a high level of computer literacy. We are looking for a graduate, that has a degree in a relevant engineering discipline. Experience within a manufacturing background is advantageous.

 

In this specialist role, the successful candidate will need to develop an understanding of industry legislation for national and international markets.

 

Please note networx is not a typical agency. We manage applications on behalf of our client. Unlike a traditional agency we do not hold a database of candidates so will not contact you about other roles.

Location: Yorkshire and Humberside

Recruiter Details

Amy Burrill

Networx Recruitment

01943 467 766

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