Product Support Engineer - new job in Stevenston, UK

Product Support Engineer
  • £35,000 - £45,000 per Annum
  • Permanent
  • Stevenston, North Ayrshire, Scotland, UK Stevenston North Ayrshire UK KA20 3LN
Job Ref: BBBH101759
Sector: Engineering
Sub-sector: Chemicals
Date Added: 25 January 2023
SRG is working with an innovative engineering organisation who are looking to recruit a Product Support Engineer in Western Scotland.

Title: Product Support Engineer

Location: Western Scotland

Salary: circa £35,000-£45,000 (flexibility depending on experience)

Type: Permanent

SRG is working with an innovative engineering organisation who produce highly advanced and technical products for a variety of industries across the world. They are now looking for a Product Engineer to join the team in Stevenston on a permanent basis.

The product support engineer will collaborate with a diverse team of engineers and scientists to develop and maintain market leading products within agreed timescales and budgets. The purpose of the role is to design, develop and support products to meet customer expectations and comply with all relevant specifications and standards. The role will take a holistic approach to product design and development in a mechanical, electrical and chemical engineering environment, taking into account factors such as safety, cost, ease of manufacture and through life support.

36.5 hour working week, Mon-Friday, 4.5 day week with half day Friday.

Role / Description

  • Design documentation including specifications, drawings, design calculations, models, technical reports, test and trials procedures and plans for highly specific and world leading products.
  • Design all technical requirements, technical risk registers, technical programmes and resource plans including safe trials and tests.
  • Liaise with other manufacturing/product engineers and departments to maintain superior levels of quality and efficient production.
  • Apply various engineering methods to assist in creating new products and deliver the predesigned products.
  • Deliver various products in full compliance of HSE guidelines.


  • Degree educated in an engineering discipline such as Mechanical, Electrical or Chemical.
  • 2+ years' experience in a related discipline such as Chemical Manufacturing, Oil and Gas, Pharmaceuticals or FMCG.
  • Understanding of engineering processes, particularly systems engineering, requirements management, validation & verification, product safety and product certification.
  • Experience of engineering design and problem solving.
  • Experience within product development.

If you would like to apply for this position, please use the link provided. Alternatively please email a copy of your CV to For more information regarding this position or any others, please call Aoife on 0141 224 5456. If you have a scientific background and this position is not relevant / suitable for you, please feel free to get in touch or visit to view our other vacancies.

SRG is the UK's number one recruitment company specialising in the scientific, engineering, clinical, pharmaceutical, food/FMCG, energy & renewables, biotech, chemical and medical device sectors. As scientists ourselves, our specialist sector knowledge and our passion are second to none. It's this combination that makes us different. We're committed to providing outstanding temporary, contract and permanent career opportunities of all levels for our candidates and a comprehensive range of expert strategic recruitment services for our clients.

Keywords: Product Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, SolidWorks, FEED, Pre-FEED, Product Support, Product Design, Design Engineering, Product Design Engineering, Process Improvement, Process Engineer, Manufacturing.

Carbon60, Lorien & SRG - The Impellam Group STEM Portfolio are acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.

24/02/2023 10:39:31
GBP 35000.00 45000.00 Annum
Contact Consultant:
Aoife Cullen

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