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Jobs in General engineering & manufacturing near Birmingham

Found 2 jobs
    • Birmingham
    • £10.00 - 13.94 per hour
    • Posted 1 day ago

    Microbiologist Up to £13.94/hour PAYE Bourneville, Birmingham Manufacturing - Food Position Description: Routine lab work microbiological analysis General housekeeping Data administration General office support Experience Required: Worked in a microbiology lab or similar environment - Ideally a lab that supports the food industry Education Requi...

    • Birmingham
    • £45k - 48k per year + car + bonus
    • Posted 1 day ago

    Sales Engineer - Round Tools - UK Based £48,000 + car + bonus All locations UK wide will be considered.  Suitable locations: Birmingham, Wolverhampton, Nottingham, Stoke, Leicester, Sheffield, Leeds, Manchester, Liverpool, Newcastle, Wales  Sales Engineer, Technical Sales, Business Development, Applications Engineer, Round Tools, machine tools, ...

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General engineering & manufacturing Jobs

With over 40 years' experience in contract, interim and permanent recruitment, we have the industry knowledge and expertise to help you find the perfect general engineering and manufacturing job for you.

Working in partnership with clients from global OEMs, 1st and 2nd tier suppliers through to SMEs, we cover professional roles across the complete product lifecycle including product development, manufacturing and commercial. The general engineering and manufacturing jobs we offer range from operations managers, engineering/production managers and quality engineers.

Birmingham Jobs

Birmingham; a city within the West Midlands county is the second largest urban area in the United Kingdom (after London). In the 18th century Birmingham grew to international prominence, taking the town to the forefront of worldwide advances in science, technology, and economic development, producing a series of innovations that laid many of the foundations of modern industrial society. 

Today Birmingham's economy is dominated by the service sector. The city is a major international commercial centre and an important events, retail, transport and conference hub. Home to the National Exhibition Centre (NEC) and International Convention Centre (ICC), Birmingham hosts over 320 events between them every year. 

Birmingham also offers a huge amount for visitors. Birmingham Hippodrome; the busiest and most popular theatre in the UK, welcomes over 520,000 visitors annually and over 36,000 people watch inspirational and varied musical performances by the world famous City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra (CBSO) every year. That’s more than any other UK orchestra. Birmingham also has more Michelin-starred restaurants than any other UK city outside London, with Purnells, Simpsons, Adam's, & Carters flying the flag for the city’s fine dining, which has been lauded by many national and international publications.

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