Jobs in Manufacturing

Found 4 jobs
    • Royston, Hertfordshire
    • £30 - £32 per hour
    • Posted 1 day ago

    Manufacturing Engineer - NPI / DFM Royston, Hertfordshire 18 Month Contract £30 - £32 per hour (Inside IR35) ASAP start A market leading technology company operating in the biotechnology and pharmaceutical technology sector are seeking a talented Manufacturing Engineer to help ensure manufactured products meet quality, delivery and cost targets ...

    • Towcester, Northamptonshire
    • £30000 - £50000 per annum + inc Shift
    • Posted 7 days ago

    Epitaxy Equipment Engineer + Northampton based + £30,000 + 35% shift allowance for circa £47,000 to £50,0000 package + Bupa, excellent pension, share options, bonus + Relocation assistance given Epitaxy Equipment Engineer: You will provide Equipment Engineering support to the Epitaxy Department, in particular this will include day to day product...

    • Towcester, Northamptonshire
    • £40000 - £65000 per annum + bonus, Relocation
    • Posted 15 days ago

    Senior Electronics Engineer + Northampton based role + World leading Electronics company + Salary negotiable between £40,000 to £65,000 + bonus and share options + Fantastic benefits package & relocation assistance + Looking for 2+ years experience Job Description: * Exciting and rewarding electronics design role to support the manufacture/test ...

    • Royston, Hertfordshire
    • £26000 - £30000 per hour
    • Posted 21 days ago

    Production Build Technician Royston, Hertfordshire Permanent £26,000 - £30,000pa My Client who designs and manufactures high-end Laboratory and Pharmaceutical equipment are looking for a skilled mechanical biased Production Build Technician. As they have significantly expanded their product range and need more top quality Production technicians....

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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.