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Assembly Project Engineer

  • Location: Cheshire
  • Sector: Production
  • Job type: Permanent
  • Job reference: THD3855/4
  • Salary: Circa £25,000
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Job description

A job as a Project Engineer is urgently required in Cheshire.

An exciting new job has arisen for a Project Engineer, based in Cheshire to work for a leading provider of electronic design and assembly services.

The Project Engineer, located in Cheshire will be responsible for the seamless introduction of customer manufacturing needs from prototype through to full manufacture.

The ideal Project Engineer, based in Cheshire will have experience in;
> Working in an electronics industry
> Knowledgeable with Bills of Material and inputting data for manufacturing formats
> Resolve technical issues with the customer

This job opportunity is for a company that has circa 20 years experience in their field and pride themselves of their level of customer service.

APPLY NOW! For the Project Engineer job, located Cheshire by sending a cover letter and CV to TDrew@redlinegroup.Com or by calling Tom Drew on 01582 878848 quoting ref. THD3855/4


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