Mechanical Installation Engineer x2

ATA Recruitment
£18.00 - £20.00/hour
08 Jul 2017
07 Aug 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
Mechanical Installation Engineer – Based Rushden – Immediate Start –

6 Month Minimum Contract – Chance of Contract Extensions

£18 - £20 per hour LTD/UMB – 50 hours per week Contracted

Machinery Installations and Movement – Including Conveyors / Elevators / Packaging Machinery / Palletisers etc

This family owned company are now being run by the third generation specialise in the manufacture of food ingredients and other food stuffs used by a variety of wholesalers, manufacturers and consumers.

With a group turnover approaching £60m they employ 500 people, many with over a decade’s service. In 2014 they established a spin off company to provide engineering solutions both to their own facilities but also to external customers.

What the role will involve:

1. Mechanical installation of an automated production plant. Machinery includes conveyors, ovens, elevators, packaging machinery etc.

2. Installing ancillary equipment such as bearings, gearboxes, motors, structural steel structures such as access gantries, staircases etc.

3. Working from engineering drawings and layouts.

4. Understanding the machinery and how it needs to be laid out.

5. Problem solving – the reality will be different to the layout drawings!

6. Fabrication, welding, and modifying plant to get it to fit!

What the company are looking for in the contractor:

1. Mechanical installation of plant.

2. Time served.

3. Good problem solver.

4. Can fault find and repair on a variety of plant.

What the company can offer the contractor:

1. Competitive hourly rates.

2. Challenging role.

3. Paid breaks – 50 hours a week contracted.

What the company do:

1. Manufacture food stuffs for a variety of end users.

2. Established a spin off company 12 months ago to offer bespoke engineering solutions.

For more information or to apply for this role please contact Chris Deverson or Samantha Miller on Alternatively email me your CV to .

You must be eligible to live and work within the UK