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|Job Title:||Sales Engineer|
|Salary/Rate:||£35k-£40k + benefits|
Have you an electronics or other engineering degree and ideally 3 years+ sales experience? Have you active component sales experience too? Profit from great training (6 months before going out into the field) and a stable working environment when you join as Sales Engineer selling to distributors internationally. Some travel though probably only 1 week out of every 8/9 weeks will be spent abroad.
|Job Title:||Software Engineer|
|Salary/Rate:||C£30-£50K (salary negotiable dependant on experience),Great benefits, Fantastic working conditions.|
My client is an internationally known manufacturer of single board computer products, for the VPX, VME, Compact PCI, AMC and other bus architectures. Our products are designed and developed totally in-house, and use leading-edge microprocessors and peripheral components.
Continued expansion of their product range means that they now require an additional Software Design Engineer.
|Job Title:||Thermal Engineer|
|Salary/Rate:||C£35-£50K (salary negotiable dependant on experience),Great benefits, Fantastic working conditions.|
You will work closely with the electronics and board layout engineers at all the different stages of board development, for both rugged and more benign environments. The design team operates in a small company environment which means that most designs are completed by an individual engineer.
|Job Title:||Maintenance Engineer - Electrician (Assy/Test)|
|Salary/Rate:||c£22,200-£24,500 (possibility of rising to £28K+) plus benefits|
Cummins Daventry engine plant has a great opportunity for a Maintenance engineer with experience of fault finding and repairing plant and machinery. Fancy joining a leading global engineering automotive manufacturer and being based in their flagship manufacturing site to ensure that key equipment in their Assembly, Test and Trim areas are returned to production quickly? It is critical that applicants have already served a 4 year apprenticeship as an electrical engineer and that you have worked in a large, industrial plant environment. If your experience has only been gained as a fitter or electrician outside of a manufacturing site or not involving heavy duty machines, it is unlikely that you will be considered for this role.