We work on a wide variety of fabrications within our factory, and also work on construction sites and in industry.
Our customers are diverse, from the cleanrooms of pharmaceutical R&D to traditional industrials like steelworks and galvanisers. Whilst the vast majority of our work is carried out in the UK, we do on occasion have projects overseas in Europe and the US.
In all instances we are looking for people who understand and align with our values. By focussing on our values, we know you will be a positive addition to our team – you don’t necessarily have to have the skills to apply for a job with us because they can be taught, but you do have to have the right attitude.
We recognise the importance of an engaged and motivated workforce, and want you to have a long career with us. Read more about what we do to maintain employee wellbeing.
Even if we’re not actively advertising a role/job, if any of the following sounds like you then we’d love to hear from you.
We welcome applications from those looking for a first role in engineering. You don't need hands-on experience, but a desire to learn about fabrication and installation using thermoplastic materials.
You will need a reasonable aptitude for maths (areas, volumes, diameters, etc) and will be able to communicate effectively both verbally and, on occasion, in writing.
It may sound daft, but you also need to be able to read a tape measure, and be comfortable working in millimetres.
All our people are comfortable working both in the factory and on site, and this flexibility is very important to us.
Our experienced engineers can read and interpret fabrication and installation drawings, are problem solvers and have excellent external and internal communication skills.
A full driving licence is preferred, but not essential.
You need to be aware that whilst much of our work is within a reasonable distance of our factory, from time to time we work away, sometimes overseas.
As we grow and continue to take on more complex projects, we are looking for people to join our commercial team.
Attributes will include an attention to detail, commercial awareness, a willingness to learn and apply the specifics of our industry, and above all else first class communication skills.
On occasion you will visit sites to assess potential projects, liaise with our clients and installation teams.
An ability to use CAD is helpful, but not a pre-requisite.