When I generally speak with junior engineers, perhaps with a year or 2 experience, about finding their next role, the first thing they usually talk about is wanting to join a FTSE 100 business, or a well-known name with loads of training and development opportunity. For those that this statement will resonate with, this is one for you. How about the opportunity to work for a global leader in consumer electronics with offices across the UK?
I imagine you have come out of a degree, or perhaps you have taken your first role out of university, and were hoping it would be a little bit more? You’ve probably looked through the job boards, at the endless roles advertised, wondering which path you should take, though hesitant from fear of being pigeonholed. Why not look at an opportunity where you’ll work on a range of consumer products, from inception through to production. This is genuinely one of the largest consumer product companies in the world, with a role which offer you the opportunity to work across, testing design & support, research & development and Project Management.
In return, you will be working with some incredibly knowledgeable engineers, who encourage a social atmosphere with a department of New Product Development. You’ll work in a maintained start-up culture, in some truly impressive offices, with excellent benefits, and salary of up to £31,000, working on a 6 month contract with the likelihood of going perm.
Experience wise, you’ll ideally have previous experience working within consumer handheld electrical product development, have a degree or be HNC/HND qualified, have an excellent eye for detail, perhaps you’ll have worked in a lab environment before involved heavily in testing equipment.
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So, if you like the ad, or you’d at least like to know some more, what’s next? You have 3 options….
Number 1: Click the little apply button (don’t worry, we’ll discuss before your CV or application goes anywhere)
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Number 3: You can find me on LinkedIn, trust me there’s not many people with the surname Bokhorst.