Principle Composite Engineer

Ref No. EMP420878
Location Devon, England
Job type Permanent
Job Status Closed
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Introduction

Due to extensive growth within our clients busy yacht production business, we are looking for an experienced composite Engineer with a wealth of boat building experience with composites.

Important

Composite maritime boat building

The Job

The composite Principle Engineer will have worked with GRP and Carbon using methods to include wet/hand lay, resign infusion and prepreg.

This is a new senior role to the department to ensure our clients keep up with the busy market demand and their new model launches. An exciting time to join a thriving business with multiple opportunities trailing new state of the art and innovative working methods and materials.

We are looking for those with capabilities to produce FEA assessments and technical studies to validate design scantlings. You will work across the business trialing new methods and materials and be the go to for composite manufacturing, looking after a team you will need to possess good management skills and the ability to mentor shop floor workers and effectively communicate with heads of departments and external Suppliers/sub-contractors. You will be required to ensure that projects are run on time, within budget, to the highest quality and to specific design requirements.

Please call to discuss the role in more detail and we can run through the company structure, full job description and package details on offer to the principle composite Engineer. Georgina.Tapley@matchtech.com 01489 898 156

Matchtech acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and employment business for the supply of temporary workers and is part of Gattaca Plc.

Gattaca Plc provides support services to Matchtech and may assist with processing your application.

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