Graduate Mechanical Engineer - Renewable Energy

Astute Technical Recruitment Ltd
£25000 - £30000/annum
17 Jul 2017
16 Aug 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
Graduate Mechanical Engineer - Renewable Energy
c£25,000 - £30,000
Our client, a renewable energy organisation who operate & maintain Anaerobic Digestion power & gas production plant, are currently seeking to recruit a technical graduate to support the Directors in a varied head office role overseeing multiple sites.
Reporting to the Directors & working alongside Operations Managers this will be a very varied role & you will report & influence work planning, site performance reports, risk assessments, project work (on plant maintenance / modifications etc). You will also undertake root cause analysis of faults on process plants, helping to improve plant reliability. Excellent organisational & IT skills are required (including Excel) as you will provide detailed weekly a& monthly reports.
You should have a good degree in mechanical or electrical engineering or a related technical field, & be interested in maintenance engineering &/or power generation. Work experience with Anaerobic Digestion / process plant / marine engineering equipment would be very advantageous.
This role will normally be based at a site just to the south of Middlesbrough, but will of course involve travel to existing & new build sites, hence it would be essential to hold a driving licence.
Salary on offer is from £25,000 to £30,000 depending on skills & experience.
This is an interesting opportunity to develop understanding & experience in the fast-expanding renewable energy sector. If you are interested in this role, please contact Matt George on (Apply online only) or email

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