Trainee Mechanical Site Engineer - Petrochemical Industry

Accord management Services
02 Feb 2017
02 Mar 2017
Contract Type
Full Time

POSITION: Trainee Mechanical Site Engineer, petrochemical worldwide trade

PRODUCTS - Manufacture of essential parts for the petrochemical refining and chemical wastes.

SALARY: £16,000 - £18,000 basic bonus overtime, lots of ongoing training, in company mentoring scheme, regular basic salary pay reviews, healthcare, pension, excellent career progression.

LOCATION: Bromley, Dartford, Orpington - Accessible to an Orpington Bromley office on a daily basis.

To be suitable for this post you must have a full driving licence, be accessible to the Orpington Bromley office, have a minimum of 5 A-C Grade GCSES, including Maths, English and Science with a minimum of 2 A Levels in an engineering or science discipline. You must want a career in mechanical engineering, petrochemical or chemical industry and see yourself as a potential high flyer in industry.

The company has been established since the 1980's, growing steadily with interests across the world. They manufacture large and essential parts for the petrochemical, oil refining and general industry. They are looking for the right person to come on as a trainee with a view to monitoring you up to fully qualified engineer and above - you are the future of the company.

Ideally you will be office based working with the Design Team and Support Team. As your skills grow you will go on site in the UK, Europe and eventually worldwide working with the installation teams, maintenance and repair teams.

The plan is to develop your skills so you can produce technical drawings, quotes, plan jobs, project manager and supervise.

To be suitable for this role you must currently be based in South East London, commutable to Orpington Bromley area, have a full driving licence, minimum of 2 A Levels in a service discipline and have real desire to grow your career.

Contact: In the first instance please send your CV to Edd Hallford-Nye


All vacancies advertised are based in the UK. It is unlawful to employ a person who does not have permission to live and work in the UK and we will therefore only consider applications from candidates who are eligible to work in the EU.