We are recruiting for a Pump Design Engineer
Did you know that pumps account for 10% of the world’s electricity consumption and that up to 90% of them are inefficient? If every single one of these pumps was replaced and installed effectively, the energy saving would be the equivalent to 1 billion peoples annual energy consumption!
Would you like to help join our team and make a difference? Crest Pumps are a British Manufacturer of chemical resistant centrifugal pumps and we have specialised in this field since 1973. Thanks to excellent growth in the past few years we are now looking for an ambitious Design Engineer to join the R&D team to aid the design and development of higher efficiency pumps for the chemical, wastewater and Oil & Gas industries.
About the position
To help the company design, develop and manufacture new and improved ranges of chemical resistant centrifugal pumps focusing on quality, reliability, durability and energy efficiency.
You will be assisting the team in design and development of improvements to existing product ranges along with the design and development of brand-new product ranges. The ideal candidate will have AutoCAD experience along with an interest in fluid dynamics. Full training will be given to develop your expertise in this field with access to the latest technologies and an experienced team to develop your own knowledge. The ideal candidate will be a great team player whilst possessing the skills to project manage and meet deadlines.
The ideal candidate will have :
- Understanding of AutoCAD
- An interest in Fluid Dynamics along with a desire to improve efficiency
- Good team player
- Ability to project manage and meet deadlines
- Excellent project management skills with an organised nature to fully document all R&D processes
GRADUATE Remuneration package and longer-term prospects
Competitive base plus bonus (£25k – £30k).
Bonus based on achieving individual KPIs and contributions to overall team targets (sales, service and delivery)
Annual pay and bonus review based on past performance and future projections