Industry: Industrial boiler service: Manufacturer of economisers, tanks and vessels
Size: Small (less than 50 employees)
Average yearly graduate intake: None at present, check website for updates
Locations of roles offered: Lincoln
Accepted degrees: Mechanical Engineering (with the proviso that an element of thermodynamics has been/is to be covered)
Citizenship/eligibility: Must be eligible to work in the UK
Torque Engineering as a company has been established for 10 years. Our background is within the industrial boiler support industry but has grown to encompass many “spin off” works with our key clients. Our key businesses are through service of industrial boiler plant, repair works, boiler ancillary and energy efficient plant design, fabrication and installation plus stand alone boiler and various pipework installation. The company has recently expanded to double turnover from £ 1m to £ 2m over a two year period. Our office and workshop are based in Lincoln, but our engineers and various works are across the whole of the UK and Eire.
As the company expands, we are looking to future proof the business and protect and enhance the lucrative aspect of the business, namely design, fabrication and installation of our range of (predominantly) energy efficient products. The rationale for a graduate mechanical engineer is to assist in design of equipment (heat exchangers etc.) and eventually design existing products and possibly develop new products longer term.
What to Expect
Company Pension Scheme, 25 days holiday plus bank holidays, very competitive salary, the opportunity of learning from market leaders
How to Apply
If you are interested in the opportunity of working with us please send an email to Janethurley@torqueengineering.co.uk
This is an opportunity for the right candidate to grow within a successful and continually expanding business. Although this is not a large company with formally structured and defined training schemes, it presents a unique opportunity for the right person to establish themselves and take advantage of the opportunities afforded by a growing business. Whilst full support will be given, there is an opportunity for initiative and original thinking that would not be possible within a large and rigidly structured organization.
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