Electrical Engineer - Manufacturing
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We have an Electrical Engineer role on working within genuinely exciting concept manufacturing paying from £40000 up to £45000 per year! If you have gained a good number of years experience within electrical engineering, designing PCB boards or other electrical design work then this newly created role to join a really close knit eam of 8 could be your next career step!
Working for a global leading organisation near Portsmouth in Hampshire, this particular role is all about innovation, creativity and working closely with local as well as international engineering peers!
On average you'd spend 3 days in the office and 2 at home. The benefits are fantastic - in return, they seek an engineer who is really dynamic, creative and can challenge!
Tell me more!
This role is an Electrical engineering role, working on electrical/electronic applications from concept through to production readiness for a global manufacturing company.
You'll be generating design ideas for discussion, producing detailed engineering drawings, product schematics and ultimately designing cost affective designs ensuring compliance at all times.
The parts are typically small components that make up mechanisms, both metallic and plastic. A good proportion of this role will be working with new product proposals and so strong communications are required to be well involved in discussing designs with customers, suppliers and internal teams within the company.
So what do I need?
- Current, good Electrical Engineering experience
- Current electrical design experience
- An innovative, forward-thinking engineering mind-set.
- Demonstrable cross-functional communication skills to effectively work well with other departments across local and global sites.
Desirable: Hold an electrical engineering certification
If the role sounds appealing then hit apply! If you want to learn more about the role please call Neil anytime!
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