Jobs in Manufacturing

Found 26 jobs
    • Uxbridge, London
    • £37500 - £43000 per annum + Corporate Package
    • Posted 4 days ago

    Technical Author / Writer A well established engineering company continues to secure orders from around the world for their range of high technology security equipment. As they develop new products, implements advanced technical updates and product improvements they require a technical author who will create and update a range of technical publi...

    • Uxbridge, London
    • £38000 - £44000 per annum + Corporate Package
    • Posted 4 days ago

    Technical Instructor - Engineering Situated on the Greater London / West London / Bucks border A specialist Engineering company continue to invest in their workforce and are looking for a Technical Instructor to deliver training courses both internally in business and externally to their clients. Working closely with the Training Manager along w...

    • North London, London
    • £30000 - £40000 per annum
    • Posted 5 days ago

    Manufacturing Test Engineer Enfield £30,000 - £40,000 Defence; Aerospace; MOD; Marine; Naval We are one of the UK's leading providers of cost-effective marine, coastal and land based security and surveillance radar systems and support services; providing solutions for the commercial, defence and security sectors worldwide. You will be required t...

    • Cambourne, Cambridgeshire
    • £13.85 - £18.40 per annum + + 28-33 days paid holiday
    • Posted 7 days ago

    Goods In Operative Location: Cambourne, Cambridgeshire Duration: 1 year, rolling contract £13.85/hr PAYE or £18.40/hr Umbrella Hours: Monday-Friday 07:15-16.00 (some flexibility on start and finish time) Summary A leading manufacturer of high tech microscopes is now seeking a Goods In Operative to join their busy Production Planning and Logistic...

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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.