Opportunities

Our current vacancies are listed below, but if you have skills and experience in the design, build and support of test machines and control systems (Mechatronics, Software development, UKAS calibration, Mechanical assembly and fitting), and the drive to be part of a fast paced business where your contribution will really matter, please send your CV and covering letter to our Operations Manager, Sam Shevyn.
 
Current Vacancies


Service & Calibration Engineer 

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Service & Calibration Engineer 

The central purpose of the Calibration Engineer is to support the activities carried out competently by the Service & Calibration team, and align with the company's business plan and strategic direction. This involves providing support and assistance for service and calibration operations, including procurement, scheduling and performance of calibration services on customer sites or at Phoenix premises to the required standard and customer specification.

Salary Package: £23,000 per annum (depending on experience)

Benefits: 

Company pension

20 days annual leave (plus bank holidays)

Performance related bonus

Continuous training and development opportunities


Overview of the Role:

Carry out service and calibration duties by planning, organising and scheduling calibration equipment to complete activities to the required customer and UKAS standard, both on customer sites and Phoenix premises.

Carry out force, stroke/displacement and extensometer calibration to UKAS standards

Support, understand and interpret UKAS quality systems (17025) and processes

Contribute to the growth and success of the business by proactively seeking opportunities for potential business to support the company’s business plan.

Production of service and calibration paperwork, including UKAS and non-UKAS certificates

Knowledge and Skills:

  • Full clean driving licence
  • Fully competent with calibration of force, displacement and extensometry to international standards
  • Experience with commissioning and testing hydraulic systems
  • Interpreting customer calibration requirements
  • Experience of working to international quality standards
  • Knowledge and experience of UKAS
  • Strong Numeracy & IT skills, with knowledge of MS Office and Outlook
  • Logical thinking
  • Works well under pressure and as part of a team
  • Work effectively at all levels internally and externally
  • Organisation and problem solving skills


How to Apply:

Email a copy of your CV to Sam.Shevyn@phoenix-mt.co.uk

Closing date for applications 30th June 2018.

Note: This is an overview of the role, a full job description detailing the responsibilities and accountabilities is available upon request


Mechanical Engineer 

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 Mechanical Engineer 

The central purpose of the Mechanical Engineer is to support Production activities that are carried out competently by the Production team, and align with the company’s business plan and strategic direction.This involves providing support and assistance for Production operations, including procurement, scheduling and performance of Production services on customer sites or at Phoenix premises to the required standard and customer specification.

Salary Package: £25,000 per annum (depending on experience)

Benefits: 

Company pension

20 days annual leave (plus bank holidays)

Performance related bonus

Continuous training and development opportunities



Overview of the Role:

Mechanical assembly of products to specifications. Onsite activities to include installation, commissioning, and investigation of failures in services, determine root cause and carry out necessary repair work to meet the customer’s required specification or standard

Ensure good housekeeping at all times and adherence to health and safety practices in accordance with company policies and procedures

Involvement in projects and contributing to the improvement of production processes, competencies and systems

Ensure quality procedure and polices are being followed

Knowledge and Skills:

  • Ability to read and interpret hydraulic circuit diagrams
  • Knowledge of mechanical and hydraulic components and assembly
  • Experience with commissioning and testing hydraulic systems
  • Operation of general workshop equipment
  • Strong Numeracy & IT skills, with knowledge of MS Office and Outlook
  • Logical thinking
  • Works well under pressure and as part of a team
  • Work effectively at all levels internally and externally
  • Organisation and problem solving skills

How to Apply:

Email a copy of your CV to Sam.Shevyn@phoenix-mt.co.uk

Closing date for applications 30th June 2018.

Note: This is an overview of the role, a full job description detailing the responsibilities and accountabilities is available upon request

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