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Project Engineer

Project Engineer

£30,000 depending on experience benefits bonus


Our Client

Our client is a global leader in the design and supply of plant and equipment to the world's process industries. Established over 90 years ago, they pride themselves on producing a range of high quality processing equipment specifically for the production of fine, dry powders. As a result of their continuing success, a new opportunity has opened for a Project Engineer to join their growing team.

The Role

Reporting to the Directors, you will be responsible for managing complete contracts from order received through to final takeover. You will liaise with the other engineering disciplines involved in completing projects. You will lead and manage projects through all life cycle phases and will be responsible for regular reporting on schedule and financial costs through each stage.

The successful candidate will be qualified to degree level in a relevant engineering subject (or equivalent by experience) and have working experience in a relevant industry or experience of working in a project engineering role. A sound knowledge of common process equipment is key to this position, as is a competency in equipment layout drawing preparation and reviewing.

This is a fantastic opportunity to progress your career as a Project Engineer in a role where you will be challenged. Interested parties should apply accordingly or contact Sophie Wood in the first instance for a confidential conversation. Contact details can be found via the Newman Stewart website.

About Us

Newman Stewart is a leading executive search firm, delivering high performing candidates to high profile and difficult to fulfil assignments. With a vast proven track record of success both nationally and internationally, we are the recruitment partner of choice to many blue chip, medium and small organisations.