Job of the week: Site Engineer

Are you looking for an exciting opportunity to join a chemical company in the North West?

CK’s Emily Mills is recruiting for a Site Engineer to join a company at their site based in Merseyside. This is a permanent role and a great opportunity to work on a large COMAH site providing project management on all engineering projects.

  • The main purpose of the role will be to manage the activities of the engineering department on a daily basis to ensure all allocated works are performed efficiently.
  • The role manages and controls construction activities on site, including contractor selection/control, permits, monitoring etc.
  • You will be required to ensure that all new plant and equipment (including modification to existing plant) is designed to meet customer requirements (either internal or external) in a cost effective and efficient manner with due regard to current and future safety and legislative requirements.

Find out more about this role here.

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Job of the week: Mechanical Engineer

Are you looking for an exciting opportunity to join one of the UK’s largest independent chemical manufacturers of speciality organic chemicals?

Emily Mills is recruiting for a Mechanical Engineer to join our client on a permanent basis.

This is an excellent opportunity to work as part of a highly skilled installation, maintenance and calibration team within a lower tier COMAH facility.

  • The role is a permanent position with a salary dependant upon experience.
  • The successful candidate will be part of the team involved in Mechanical preventative and reactive maintenance work.
  • Our client is one of the UK’s largest independent manufacturers of speciality organic chemicals. They offer a wide range of custom manufactured intermediates on a commercial scale from kilograms to multi-tonnes.
  • This role is in the West Midlands, and is easily commutable from main transport links.

Find out more about this job here.

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Job of the week: Process Engineer

This is an exciting opportunity for a Process Engineer to join a global healthcare leader with a diversified portfolio of prescription medicines, vaccines and animal health products based in Brinny, County Cork.

  • The position is for a 12 month contract which may be extendable and offers up to€30 per hour.
  • The site is just 30 minutes drive from the centre of Cork and is accessible by bus too.
  • The main purpose of the role will be to provide operational process support and expertise to the team to manufacture quality pharmaceutical products in accordance to meeting the MMD.
  • Ensure supply of high quality product through ensuring equipment availability, maximise performance through OEE and continuous process improvement initiatives.
  • Provide Engineering expertise within a wide range of projects within the manufacturing area, such as the introduction of new equipment, improvement to the filling process etc.

Find out more here.

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Job of the week: Service Technician

Are you looking for an exciting opportunity to use your skills across customer sites not only in the UK but abroad also?

Emily Mills is recruiting for a Service Technician to join an American diagnostics company who provide technical service and support of Quantra systems throughout Europe.

  • Our client is developing a diagnostic platform that provides actionable information to guide the management of critical bleeding.
  • The right candidate will be home based and will be required to travel extensively throughout Europe.
  • The role will include troubleshooting and repairing instrument systems at customer sites and repair depots.
  • This is an exciting role for someone with a BEng/Meng Degree in Engineering with a minimum of two years of related work experience.
  • This is a home based role.

Find out more here.

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Job of the week: IT Business Integrator

We are recruiting for an IT Business Integrator to join a global pharmaceutical organisation at their site based in Basingstoke on a contract basis.

  • This is one of the largest pharmaceutical companies in the world who discover and bring life-changing medicines to those who need them, improve the understanding and management of disease, and give back to communities through philanthropy and volunteerism.
  • This is a fantastic opportunity to join an international team who are identifying opportunities and leveraging technology to increase overall business effectiveness.
  • The role is based at our clients beautiful and modern headquarters with onsite parking and outdoor leisure area.
  • The role has an attractive rate of up to £40 per hour.

Find out more about this job here

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Control and Instrumentation Engineer Job – Northwich

Are you looking to join a multinational manufacturer and supplier of a wide range of speciality chemicals?

Our client has an opportunity to join their team in Northwich, on a full time, permanent basis as a Control and Instrumentation Engineer.

  • The successful candidate will be tasked with the development of the site SCADA systems and their maintenance.
  • The role will involve reactive maintenance on production instrumentation as and when failures occur in addition to proactive scheduled maintenance to minimise the reactive maintenance.
  • You will also be required to be a part of the project team for all new projects on site.

Find out more here.

 

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Job of the week: CRM Systems Manager

We have a fantastic opportunity for a CRM Systems Manager to join a food and drinks R&D company on a permanent basis to manage, support and continuously improve the implementation of software.

This role has been chosen as our job of the week because it offers:

  • A chance to work within a fast-paced team in the heart of the Cotswolds, an area of outstanding national beauty which has a thriving cultural scene.
  • A great yearly salary of up to £35,000 as well as generous benefits package.

Find out more about this job here

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Job of the week: Field Service Engineer

Are you looking for a field service engineer role with a company who contracts with some of the UK’s largest water suppliers?

This is a fantastic opportunity to join a company who has over 30 years experience in the engineering, mechanical and facilities fanagement service industry.

This field Service Engineer role will provide, repair and maintenance of all de-watering equipment and plant equipment for major for water treatment companies throughout the south of England.

This permanent role has a great salary of up to £35,000 per annum, dependant upon experience and offers the following benefits:

  • Opportunity to work overtime if desired
  • Company van
  • Mobile
  • Tablet
  • Working alongside someone else, never working by yourself
  • Pension scheme
  • Bank holidays off

Find out more about this job here

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Job of the week: IT Infrastructure Engineer

We have a brilliant opportunity for an IT Infrastructure Engineer to join an independent world class manufacturer and supplier of diagnostic products for clinical, industrial and veterinary testing. This role has been chosen as the job of the week as it offers:

  • A fantastic chance to join a well established medical diagnostics company based in the Bootle area
  • This organisation has over 60 years experience at the fore front of medical expertise
  • This role comes with an excellent salary of up to £32,000 per annum plus a good benefits package

Find out more about this job here

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Women in Engineering Day 2018

Every year we celebrate Women in Engineering Day, but, we should be celebrating it every day. With women still in the minority in engineering jobs (but shortening that gap every year) it’s more important than ever to make sure that we promote engineering careers to women and ensure that they have every opportunity to join, advance and remain within the Engineering sciences.

Working in engineering recruitment I have seen progress over the last few years, with more female engineering candidates available, which shows that we are studying engineering at university level (it’s still very definitely male dominated but, we are catching up).

We now need to make sure that we are creating working environments to encourage women to stay in industry after university. But how do we do that? We do it by providing decent careers advice in schools and most importantly by giving young girls the engineering role models they deserve.

When I was in secondary school I wanted to be a teacher. I wanted to be a teacher because I had the most amazing history teacher in the world. She told me I could achieve anything if I put the hard work in. She encouraged me to do my best in everything. She was my hero, my role model and I wanted to be just like her. When girls are looking for role models we don’t give them engineers, and we should be.

In 2016 the film Hidden Figures came out. It told the story of the female mathematicians, Mary Jackson, Dorothy Vaughan and Katherine Johnson who worked at NASA and played an undisputed part of putting the first American into orbit and bringing him back safely. But, as the name of the film suggests, they are not exactly well known for their contribution;, even though it’s likely that John Glenn wouldn’t have made it back to earth without Mary Jackson’s knowledge. These women, hidden for so long, can now shine as the role models of future female mathematicians everywhere. That is obviously a good thing but, I cannot think of any such films doing the same for female engineers (please, correct me if I’m wrong because I want to watch films like that). Representation of female characters in STEM in movies and TV is poor (getting better). We’ve had anthropologists, palaeontologists, computer scientists but precious few engineers. There’ are so many pioneering women whose stories we could tell, so let’s tell them!

Let’s shout their names out loud enough so that girls all over the world hear them and become inspired.

Let’s give girls the engineering role models that they need and most certainly deserve.

 

Take a look at our series: Women in Industry

We wanted to showcase the most influential women in history who have contributed to discoveries in science. Some of these women you may have heard of and some are unsung heroines. Here are three of our latest examples:

Mary Kenneth Keller

Sameera Moussa

Hedy Lamarr

 

Author: Natasha Young

Natasha Young

 

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