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Lead Engineer (Environmental/Maritime)

Job description

Lead Engineer (Environmental/Maritime)
Home Based: Barnsley or Bristol or Dundee
£40,000 - £60,000 + Progression + Company Vehicle + Fuel Card + Excellent Benefits

Have you served as a Engineer in the Maritime or Environmental Sector? Are you looking to step up into management and play a vital role in specialist contracts?

On offer is a fantastic opportunity to join a global organization that will allow you to put your own stamp on the business as it continues to grow.

This company is a market leader in the maritime and environmental sectors. Due to recent success and growth in contract demands they are leading for a Stockpile Engineer to lead a specialist team in environmental response.

In this role you will carry out specialist maintenance and repairs on maritime equipment whilst offering further technical recommendations and support. You will report directly to senior management and have the opportunity to shape the business.

This role would suit an Engineer from a Marine / Environmental background looking to work for a genuine market leader and manage a team of skilled engineers.

The Role:

  • Maintenance and Repair of Marine/Environmental Equipment.
  • Leading a team of Engineers.
  • Reporting directly to Senior Management

The Person:

  • Engineer from Environmental / Marine background.
  • Looking to step up into Management.
  • Full UK Driving License
  • Happy to travel across the UK.

Reference Number: BBHH210874

To apply for this role or to be considered for further roles, please click "Apply Now" or contact Jacob Dover at Rise Technical Recruitment.

Rise Technical Recruitment Ltd acts an employment agency for permanent roles and an employment business for temporary roles.

The salary advertised is the bracket available for this position. The actual salary paid will be dependent on your level of experience, qualifications and skill set. We are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all suitable candidates.