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Principal Mechanical Design Engineer

Job Title: Principal Mechanical Design Engineer
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Oxford
Industry:
Salary: £45000 - £60000 per annum
Start Date: ASAP
Reference: 91588
Contact Name: Sam Druiff
Contact Email: sdruiff@rgbrec.co.uk
Job Published: July 16, 2019 16:47

Job Description

Principal Mechanical Engineer

Are you looking to join an exciting firm, with a fantastic team as a Principal Mechanical Engineer?

A very fast growing company are looking to add a Principal Mechanical Engineer to their Oxfordshire Office. They have a great team with a brilliant atmosphere, a personable approach to all they do, and excellent values and behaviours. There is real potential to grow into the company, they are aiming to have 100 members of staff in the next 10 years. The rights candidate could become a director within 3 – 4 years. There are some really exciting projects coming up across sectors such as Commercial, Residential, Education and Leisure.

Key responsibilities for a Principal Mechanical Engineer
  • Spend 3 – 6 months getting to know the company and the team
  • Become one of the office leaders
  • Develop work with existing contacts
  • Help with design work
  • Responsible for planning
  • Lead contact
The Ideal Principal Mechanical Engineer Will Have
  • Experience in research
  • A great personality
  • Team worker
  • Chartered or working towards chartership
  • MSc or BEng
Benefits for Principal Mechanical Design Engineer

There are fantastic benefits to the role of Principal Mechanical Design Engineer, these include
  • Salary of £50,000 - £60,000 depending on experience
  • 5% Salary bonus
  • 25 Days holiday
  • Option to purchase up to 5 more days
  • Pension scheme
  • Cycle to work scheme
The Firm

Their key skills centre around engineering in the built environment. They help their clients solve development issues such as infrastructure planning, building design and refurbishment by giving expert advice and design support. Their work covers everything from initial surveys and analysis, modelling, detailed design and beyond.