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Workshop Engineer

Posted 17 April by Pioneer Selection Ltd
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Salary icon £35,000 - £45,000 per annum
Location icon Thame , Oxfordshire

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Workshop Engineer

Salary: £35,000 - £45,000 (DOE)

Location: Thame, Oxfordshire

Shift: Monday to Friday Days

A new role is now available with a large industrial machinery manufacturing business. The Workshop Engineer role will involve being based at the companies main site and workshop and the role will be to carry out installations and maintenance on various plant equipment including cranes, Loaders, hoists and much more. The ideal Workshop Engineer will have worked on plant equipment before and they need to have a multi skilled background including mechanical and electrical skills.

Skills required for Workshop Engineer:

  • Multi Skilled Background
  • Engineering Qualification
  • Electrical and Mechanical Skills
  • Experience working on Plant equipment
  • Any Engineering Background will be considered

The Workshop Engineer will benefit from:

  • Monday to Friday Shift Pattern
  • Annual Bonus Scheme
  • Company Benefits Package
  • Training and development available
  • Overtime available.

If you are interested in this role and feel that you have the right skills then please click apply at the bottom of this advert.

For further details contact Matthew Lye at Pioneer Selection

As a registered candidate with Pioneer Selection Ltd, you automatically become eligible for our referral scheme. 

You will receive £250 for every candidate we place in permanent employment who has been recommended by you. Terms and Conditions apply please see our website for further details.

Reference: 52491073

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