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  • Job reference: RMS0114550

Mechanical Design Engineer

  • Sector: Power & Energy
  • Location: South East
  • Job type: Permanent
  • Date posted: 17/09/2012
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The Company:
My Client is a specialist Nuclear and Defence Company who employs around 4,500 staff and over 2,000 contractors, whose work covers a vast range of disciplines. They employ scientists, engineers, technicians, crafts-people and safety specialists, as well as business and administrative experts.

The Role:
As a Mechanical Design Engineer you will undertake Mechanical design tasks in support of projects of various sizes within the Plasma Physics Department (PPD). Working in a multi-disciplined team to deliver equipment/systems. Support others in the role of a specialist in ‘Mechanical Design’.

The successful canidate will be responsible for;
- Identifying and managing resources required to undertake given tasks
- Developing designs that meet given specified requirements
- Managing the design processes associated with given tasks and accountabilities
- Reporting progress
- Working to design interfaces
- Contributing to task related information and documentation (paper and electronic)

Essential Skills / Qualifications:
- HNC in Mechanical Engineering as a minimum (or equivalent), a Degree or HND Mechanical Engineering – preferred
- Mechanical Engineering Apprenticeship or equivalent work based experience
- Effective in the use of CAD highly desirable
- Use of ‘Uni-Graphics’ CAD desirable
- Work in a similar design/development role
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