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    1. cmstanley

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      I am currently looking to recruit 3 x Mechanical Designers for a Client in the North West, England. The role is available on a CONTRACT basis. The successful candidate will have previous Nuclear experience and be familiar with both AutoCAD and Inventor packages.

      The project is on an initial contract of 12 months but the likelihood will be upwards of 2 years plus.

      The rate is negotiable but is dependent on experience.

      Should you wish to have a confidential discussion about this role please feel free to drop me a message on here, call me on 0151 666 8933 or email me at chriss@scantec.co.uk

      Thanks for looking.

      Chris Stanley
      Account Manager
      Scantec Personnel
       
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      Job Description:

      The Mechanical Designer is fundamentally a hands-on CAD draughting based role. Mechanical Designers are responsible for maintaining and developing the engineers’ designs as working drawings and ensuring design standards and codes are adhered to throughout the design process. Permanent staff Mechanical Designers report to the Engineering Manager for line management, and to a Lead or Senior Design Engineer in project delivery.

      Duties:
      • Design draughting to meet technical specifications, drawing standards and codes primarily using AutoCAD and/or Inventor
      • Development of designs to fit within space envelope and design interfaces
      • Preparation of manufacturing and installation drawings including detailing, dimensioning and tolerances
      • Recording design changes following design change control procedures
      • Liaison with Document Controllers and Design Engineers
      Likely Attributes to Character:
      • Systematic, methodical, procedural, precise
      • Expert mindset, non-confrontational, logical, steady, committed
      • Good listener, cautious, compliant in following procedures and standards
      Future Possible Progression:
      • Development can be to Design Engineer upon satisfactory experience and qualifications however the Mechanical Designer can be a career choice.
      Required Qualifications:
      • Preferably HNC qualified in a technical/engineering discipline though not essential
      • Minimum ONC or equivalent qualification gained in a relevant technical, engineering or design discipline
      • A full UK drivers licence is essential for this position as travelling between offices may be required
      • You need not hold current security clearance to be successful. Nuvia will support you in getting security cleared to basic level
      • Some projects require high level security clearance (SC or DV) and as such existing SC or DV clearance would be distinct advantage
      Required Experience:
      • Demonstrable competence gained in a design delivery position
      • Good understanding of generic mechanical principles is preferred e.g. Forces, stresses, materials selection and design principles
      • Experience gained in the nuclear is essential for some of our projects and non-essential for others
      • Candidates will need to have gained experience working in a highly regulated industry where safe and substantiated design and design control is paramount
      • Technical experience could be gained from but is not limited to precision engineering, conveyer systems, remote handling systems / equipment, heavy engineering, cranes, pipes and pumps
       
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      This role is now urgent and have a requirement for 5 designers
       

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