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Jobs in Power generation near Coventry

Found 2 jobs
    • Coventry, West Midlands
    • Negotiable
    • Posted 14 days ago

    Job Title: Project Engineer Location: Coventry Salary: Negotiable Overview: We are currently recruiting a Project Engineer for our client based in Coventry the role will be responsible for providing technical, commercial and project management input to ensure assigned projects are delivered to customer requirements, agreed budgets and timescales...

    • Coventry, West Midlands
    • Up to £33000 per annum
    • Posted 26 days ago

    Job Title: Shift Operations Technician Location: Coventry Salary: £33,000 p/a + Benefits (£39,500+ after training) Overview: We are currently recruiting for an experienced Shift Operations Technician to work for our client at their site in the West Midlands, they are looking for an enthusiastic and motivated individual to join their busy team, a...

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Power generation

With over 40 years' experience in contract, interim and permanent recruitment, we have the industry knowledge and expertise to help you find the perfect power generation or energy 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 power generation engineering jobs we offer range from health and safety managers, maintenance engineers and project engineers.

Coventry

Coventry is a city in central England and is famed for its medieval heritage and in more recent times for being the hub for the UK automotive industry.  Heavily bombed during WW2 due to the preponderance of factories and industry in the area, it has risen to become a vibrant city, providing a home to two excellent universities, Coventry University and the University of Warwick.  

Conveniently situated on the main train line from London to Birmingham, it has excellent transport links, served by the M6, M42 and M40 to the south.  It is well known for the medieval Coventry Cathedral, which was left in ruins after bombing in the 1940s.  The new cathedral, built in the 20th-century and in a more modern style, with abstract stained glass, stands beside it. 

Around the corner you will find an excellent centre of culture at the Herbert Art Gallery & Museum which includes paintings of the infamous local heroine, Lady Godiva. A statue of her, naked on horseback, is nearby in the central shopping area. 

Coventry is also home to top class sport with WASPS RFC now playing their home games at the Ricoh Arena north of the city.  The arena was built in the 2000s and hosts major concerts and music events, exhibitions and shows.  In the city centre, the Belgrave Theatre is well known and boasts an excellent programme of shows and plays.  

Coventry also hosts a number of fantastic festivals throughout the calendar, ranging from food to music and art to sport.