Mechanical Design Engineer
Mechanical Design Engineers! Like most during the last few months I’m sure you’ve filled a lot of your lockdown time with television, whether it be watching the news, binging on Netflix or relying on live sport to get you through?
Television kept everyone going and has proved itself, whether live or on demand, to still be an integral part of our day to day lives.
One of the huge positives has been the technology behind the cameras used in a lot of these productions, particularly those with a studio environment. You may not know but behind these productions stands a number of robotic camera systems designed to be controlled remotely within a gallery by the production staff. Our client is one of the best in the market working with prestigious names such as Sky Sports, BBC & major international governments.
As the world progresses, they are determined to continue to innovate and design even more intelligent and clever camera equipment providing more and more control to the remote operators.
Key to this is a 9-person strong design team made up of Mechanical, Electrical, Electronic and Embedded Software who play a crucial role in upgrading and designing new products and systems all the time.
They have survived well during the pandemic and are now planning to add a new Mechanical Design Engineer to the team, ideally to join them in Q1 2021. The successful candidate will be an experienced Mechanical Design Engineer with a demonstrable background within ElectroMechanical Products or Mechanical Design with moving parts (e.g., Automated Machinery, Motors, Gears, Drives etc).
You’ll be comfortable with a design environment from concept to delivery, working with production and manufacturing at the back end to bring products to completion.
In return they offer a salary of £40,000+, 25 days annual leave and company Pension Scheme along with the opportunity to work with and on some incredible projects, of which you will see in real action on your own TV.