Graduate Automation Engineer
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Are you looking for:
Continuous training from highly skilled engineers?
Genuine progression opportunities?
A day shift position?
Due to the opening of a new factory and plenty of up and coming projects our highly esteemed client is looking to add a Graduate Automation Engineer to their skilled team. Learn from the best as you shadow a highly skilled Automation Engineer who is going to pass on all his knowledge for you to move up the career ladder
Do you consider yourself:
Coachable? Our client is going to teach you everything they know: you're going to need to be willing to learn and able to absorb a lot of information very quickly.
Determined? There are lots of opportunities with this company and they want someone who is interested in working their way up. To help you with this they have a large training budget to promise you the skills you need to succeed
Proactive? You are coming in with a fresh pair of eyes and a brain full of knowledge: can you be proactive and apply this to make changes to better the company?
What will you need to be considered?
Degree in Electrical / Electronic Engineering: you're going to need knowledge of software programming and a strong ability to read electrical drawings
Strong placement year: this goes without saying but graduate roles are very competitive. Did you get hands-on experience with PLCs or Siemens? APPLY RIGHT NOW.
FOR AN EXTRA POINT: Experience in the food industry : this isn't essential but will definitely get you noticed
Now the fun part: what will you get in return?
- Invaluable knowledge from a highly skilled engineer from a reputable company
- Day shift position: Monday to Friday!
- Significant pension contribution
Interested? Graduate roles are so competitive: APPLY NOW.
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