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Jobs in General engineering & manufacturing near London

Found 1 jobs
    • London, England
    • £45000.00 - £60000 per annum + OTE £15,000 bonus year 1 + plus car
    • Posted 5 days ago

    A rare and career-defining opportunity has arisen for hungry and pro-active technical sales professionals and busines development managers to join a privately owned worldwide specialist who over 70 years has become a market leader in the design and manufacture of automated lifts and logistical solutions for huge household name projects throughou...

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General engineering & manufacturing

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.

London

The biggest city in the UK and the capital of the United Kingdom,  London has a population of around 8 million people.   Whilst a large metropolis, each area of London has its own distinct identity and feel.  Central London is the hub of the city, with more than 20 million visitors a year coming to see the sights including the Tower of London, Buckingham Palace, the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben, whilst absorbing the hustle and bustle of black cabs and the squeeze of getting around on the London Underground, also known as the Tube. 

Bus and boat tours of the city are popular, but the best way to explore Central London is on foot, taking in the variety of architectures, time periods and developments that have made the city a cultural melting pot.   London is one of the most expensive housing markets in the world and many people choose to take advantage of the great transport links, living in the surrounding counties and commuting into the city daily.