Electrical Test & Commissioning Engineer

This role would suit an experienced test or commissioning engineer who enjoys variety and can apply engineering principles to solve technical solutions. Your main responsibilities will include: –

* Responsible and accountable for safe and successful testing of electrical panels and control systems
* Correct interpretation of customer requirements/specification/designs/drawings
* Communicating with wireman, engineers and customers throughout the testing or commissioning phase
* Quality assure your work as you go
* Creating detailed mark-ups and snag list for resolution
* Contribute to the continuous improvement cycle with your expertise and experience.
* Undertake site installations, commissioning, FAT, SAT etc. as required.
* Creation of reports, technical documentation, and certifications (as required)
* Managing and prioritising own workload to meet deadlines and company requirements.
* Responsible for keeping own knowledge and skills up to date and relevant.

This is a Permanent, full-time role that is 80% factory/office based and 20% site based (installs, commissioning etc.) Core hours: Monday-Friday (37hr week) – 07:30-16:00 Mon-Thurs. 07:30-12:30 Friday

The successful candidate will have 3 years Electrical Test & Commissioning experience with a good knowledge of industrial control panels. You will need experience of machinery control systems understanding and experience with PLC software (loading, commissioning, minor changes). You will need some proficiency with 2D Electrical CAD system with panel wiring or site installation experience an advantage.

You will need to be suitably qualified in electrical engineering and test, be IT literate, have good problem-solving skills and have a strong attention to detail.

Salary c£50-55K (with some flexibility depending on control systems skills), 26 days holiday + bank holidays, fully expensed travel, technical & career progression opportunities and the opportunity to excel within a growing engineering company

This is a great opportunity to develop your career and technical skills within a successful company.


Pneumatics Technical Sales Engineer

An exciting opportunity is available for a Technical Sales Engineer with pneumatics experience to join a dynamic sales team.

Covering the South of England you will be responsible for identifying and developing sales prospects to grow revenue within your territory.

Reporting to the UK Sales Manager your key responsibilities will be: –

  • Delivering market share through achievement of company sales target.
  • Produce, implement, and maintain area plans for sufficient accounts such that personal targets are achieved.
    Prepare and implement an Account Development plan for key accounts.
  • To construct fixed meetings with current and new accounts.
  • Identify, qualify, and register new business users.
  • Maintain accurate and relevant records.
  • Research for new OEM accounts in designated area.
  • Selling value concepts.
  • Building one-to-one relationships with target accounts.
  • Understand and develop knowledge of the company, company values and producta
  • Communicate all sales related instructions to Sales Manager and Head Office via the correct process
  • Learn the features, the benefits, options, and applications for all catalogued products.
  • Promote all new products to all customers by sales presentations.
  • Attend sales meetings, team meetings, training sessions and exhibitions as required.
  • Undertake any special projects or tasks that may be required.

The Person

The role requires a highly motivated and technically qualified salesperson who is results orientated; a self-starter who can work autonomously as well as part of a team

You will be able to demonstrate a strong and successful technical sales background, have ideally worked in pneumatics or engineering and have a solid knowledge of the industry.

The key skills required for this role are:

  • Good organisational, planning, and analytical skills with the ability to prioritise workload.
  • Knowledge of pneumatic equipment including cylinders, valves, air treatment and handling equipment.
  • Strong product presentation skills.
  • Ability to research for new OEM business within the pneumatics and automation industry
  • Able to make own planned appointments and make introductions and presentations face-to-face with customers.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • Self-motivated with the ability to solve problems and make decisions.
  • Sound sense of responsibility, attention to detail and high level of accuracy.
  • IT skills – SAP, CRM, Microsoft Word, XP, Excel, Explorer, PowerPoint, and Outlook.

This is an exciting opportunity to work for a growing and established equipment solutions provider. Good training, career prospects and benefits package including a generous commission scheme, Company car, phone and laptop / ipad, 25 days holiday, Contributory Pension, Private Health Care.

If you would like more information or would like to apply for this exciting role please call Adam Jones at Major Recruitment or click Apply Now to send your CV

Electronics R&D Technician

An Electronics R&D & Test Technician is needed by a busy manufacturing company near Gateshead

You will build and test prototype circuits and mechanical assemblies to concept designs, assembly and soldering of Printed Circuit Boards and assist with the wiring of control panels and electronic assemblies. You will also design support and test circuits, specify and source components and assist with the development of production solutions. There will be some working away occasionally.

The ideal candidate will have an ONC Electrical / Electronic Engineering and experience of PCB Assembly, cable preparation and harnessing, wiring of electrical panels and implementation of test methods.

This is an interesting and varied opportunity within a busy development team. If you would like more information please contact Adam Jones at Major Recruitment or click Apply Now to send your CV


What’s on offer for the Plater:

Weekly pay between £800 per week!!!
Temporary or Permanent position
Overtime available
Free staff parking
Shift: 40 hours per week. Afternoon shift 2:30pm-11pm, Monday to Friday

My Client is well established, industry leading Steelwork Fabricating company. Based in North Yorkshire, they have seen year on year success, with further growth plans for 2023/2024. They offer a range of services from, design, manufacturing through to installation. This has given the company opportunities to service a multitude of sectors, with a diverse client base stretching across the UK. An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Plater to join their team on a Temporary to Permanent basis.

This opportunity gives a Plater the chance to work with one of the most respected Structural Steel Fabricating companies in the UK.

Plater Main Duties: Working with structural steel. The Plater must be able to read engineering drawings, measure and check components and have some other basic skills including grinding.

Plater Role Requirements:

Time served Plater / fabricator
1 years minimum experience of working with structural steel
Experience working in industrial and heavy industrial environments
Excellent communication
Ability to inspect own work
Ability to read engineering drawings
Excellent eye for detail
Flexibility with regards to shifts and over-time


Principal Nuclear Process Engineer

A Principal Process Engineer with experience of working in the Nuclear industry is needed for a long-term contract role with a leading Engineering company


Working as part of a multi-disciplinary projects team you will be responsible for oversight for the full scope of process design work. You will define, implement and deliver the process engineering element of engineering packages and work closely with internal teams, subcontractors and suppliers to ensure successful delivery. You will lead / manage MDTs, carry out Operational Research (OR) Modelling (using one of the following packages Simul8, Innov8, Witness, Doors) and provide engineering leadership and expertise to other team members. The role also includes responsibility for the update, production and ensuring the correct governance of various technical reports, assessments and specifications to support the delivery of the project


The ideal candidate will be degree qualified with Chartered Status preferred and be experienced at working in the Nuclear industry (although engineers from other heavily regulated industries such as Pharmaceuticals, Oil & Gas and Water will be considered. You will need a good knowledge of DSEAR & CDM Regulations and have 5 years experience in a similar role. You will also need the ability to provide strategic guidance based on knowledge and experience of projects across a portfolio to inform and direct projects and programmes.

Knowledge of the Sellafield Ltd Management System (SLMS) would be an advantage as is experience of implementing R&D / technical work into plant design and knowledge of powder handling facilities

Candidates must have a full UK Driving Licence and have the right to work in the UK. Successful candidates must be able to pass a Security Clearance check to obtain a Sellafield P4 pass. The role holder should preferably hold SC clearance or have started their application, with the belief that there should be no grounds for this level of clearance to be denied . Current possession of a P4 Sellafield pass and security SC Level would be ideal


The company offer hybrid / home working opportunities but candidates must be able to travel to offices / sites in the North West & Midlands when necessary for internal or customer meetings, site inspections, commissioning activities etc.

This is a 12 month rolling contract and will suit an experienced Engineer who is happy to work on a portfolio of projects of varying lengths.

Please call Adam Jones at Major Recruitment or click Apply Now to send your CV if you are interested in the role.