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    • Chelmsford, Essex, S. E. England, England
    • £28000 - £38000 per annum
    • Posted 3 days ago

    Production Engineer Would you like to work for a leading designer, developer and manufacturer of specialised components and subsystems? They are seeking an Production Engineer to contribute to the strategic growth of the business, delivering consistent capability and improved capacity to their manufacturing processes. Key responsibilities - + Wo...

    • Brighton, East Sussex
    • £40000 - £45000 per annum + Benefits
    • Posted 9 days ago

    Senior Electronics Engineer Location: Brighton Salary: Up to £45,000 Role of Senior Electronics Engineer: A leading Defence / Aerospace company are seeking an experienced Electronics Engineer to be responsible for the entire electronics lifecycle . You will work closely with the Production and Design team to generate conceptual solutions and des...

    • Edinburgh, Scotland
    • £30000 - £35000 per annum
    • Posted 9 days ago

    Production Engineer Would you like to work for a cutting edge international leader? They are currently looking to recruit a Production Engineer to take the next step in their professional career. As a Production Engineer your key responsibilities will include: + Provide production support and support the delivery of their products. + You will be...

    • Brighton, East Sussex
    • £30000 - £45000 per annum
    • Posted 9 days ago

    Mechanical Engineer Located near Brighton £30,000 - 45,000 A world leader in the Aerospace and Defence sector are looking for an experienced Mechanical Design Engineer to be part of a multi-disciplined team and work throughout the whole product life cycle. The Role - Mechanical Engineer Produce detailed designs accordingly to the specifications ...

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When it comes to careers in manufacturing, it used to be that all you need were a committed work ethic, a strong back, and a good pair of hands. However, in recent years, there have been many different changes in this industry, as manufacturing is a lot more technologically driven today. This means that a different and more comprehensive set of skills is required. This includes strong communication, critical thinking, and attention to detail. In regards to critical thinking, today’s manufacturing employee needs to be someone who has the ability to think on his or her feet, being able to effectively troubleshoot small problems. In addition to this, you need to be dependable and you must have an interest and aptitude for technology.