Senior Process Engineer

Senior Process Engineer
  • £40,000 - £60,000 per Annum
    ANNUM
  • Permanent
  • Redcar, North Yorkshire, England, UK Redcar North Yorkshire UK TS10 4RF
Job Ref: J2160021
Sector: Engineering
Sub-sector: Biotech/Life Sciences
Date Added: 21 April 2021
Location: Cleveland/ North Yorkshire Employment type: FTC or Permanent Working hours: Full-time Salary: £45K - £55K (depending on experience)

Senior Process Engineer - Food

Location: Redcar and Cleveland/ North Yorkshire

Employment type: FTC or Permanent

Working hours: Full-time

Salary: £45K - £55K (depending on experience)

A highly regarded product development company are currently looking for a Senior Process Engineer due to growing success over the past years. This is an exciting opportunity to support the building of a new biotech facility, which will produce alternative foods. The successful applicant will have experience within the food manufacturing sector and hold a Chemical/Biochemical Engineering degree. This company is easily commutable from Redcar and Cleveland.

If interested apply via the SRG website or contact Julia McCabe on 0161 868 2207

Main responsibilities:

  • Support the design, installation & commissioning of the company's new food manufacturing facility
  • Responsible for providing technical expertise, capability and input to the development of and delivery of the facility
  • Act as a technical lead in medium/large projects
  • Adhere to SHE requirements
  • Support the procurement team

Requirements:

  • Chemical/Biochemical Engineering degree (or equivalent)
  • Experience within the food/beverage manufacturing sector
  • Knowledge of biotechnology process and facility design to food grade standard

If you're interested in this role please apply via the SRG website or alternatively call Julia on 0161 868 2207 to find out more!

SRGTalent
21/05/2021 13:58:00
GBP 40000.00 60000.00 Annum
Contact Consultant:
Joseph Tiffin

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