Join a market leader as a Project Manager / Project Engineer in the design & manufacture of materials handling systems / conveyor solutions supplied to the food & beverage (specifically the bottling sector) market with a brief to ‘hands on’ manage projects from order through installation & commissioning working within a vastly experienced & skilled team.
SALARY: up to £60,000
· Annual Bonus
· Generous Car Allowance
LOCATION: Covering the whole UK ideally living in central England between Milton Keynes & Birmingham
JOB SPECIFICATION: Project Manager / Project Engineer: Materials Handling – Food and Beverage : Bottling
This is a classic project management role taking projects from order through to installation and commissioning working directly with clients on site and with suppliers from the office and liaising with the design, production and sales functions at the company.
REQUIREMENTS: Project Manager / Project Engineer: Materials Handling – Food and Beverage : Bottling
· You MUST have a proven and current track record as a Project Manager or Project Engineer with hands on experience working within the food & beverage industries
· You MUST be qualified to HNC level in Mechanical Engineering
· Ideally you will have experience of either packaging or process machinery or solutions
· You will be happy to travel as required in the UK and stay away 1 to 2 nights per week when on site
· Any specific experience of conveyor systems & / or the bottling industry would be advantageous
A well established and renowned family-owned manufacturer of materials handling solutions / conveying systems supplying the food & beverage markets with a long serving, well qualified & experienced and loyal workforce.
INTERESTED? Please click apply. You will receive an acknowledgement of your application.
Please Note: Wallace Hind Selection have been chosen as the retained recruitment partner of our client and therefore any direct applications to our client from candidates or agencies will be forwarded on to us direct.
REF: MPH16169, Wallace Hind Selection