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Process Engineer - Chemical Engineering

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Process Engineer - Chemical Engineering
£45,000 - £50,000 + Company Bonus + Private Healthcare + Increasing holiday days + DIS
Newcastle-upon-Tyne, North East (Commutable from: Blyth, Cramlington, Prudhoe, Sunderland, Gateshead)

Are you a Process Engineer, from a chemical engineering background, looking to join a world renowned manufacturer, where you will have real impact across the business and have the chance to rapidly develop and progress your career?


This is a fantastic opportunity, to work in a state of the art facility, in a highly varied role that will see you recognised as a go to expert in your field. There are excellent benefits and the chance to progress.


This local company are a leading manufacturer of chemical / pharmaceutical products for companies across the world. Having continually grown over the past few years, you will be joining at an excellent time as they look to continue their ambitious expansion plans.


In this role you will work with the process and projects teams to improve process across the manufacturing site, whilst offering technical support.


The role would suit a process engineer with chemicals, pharmaceutical or COMAH experience.

The People:

  • Process Engineer - Chemical manufacturing
  • Looking at process improvements / design
  • Reviewing procedures / costs
  • Monday to Friday, 37hrs


The Person:

  • Process engineering / chemicals background
  • COMAH


Reference number: 166863



To apply for this role or to be considered for further roles, please click "Apply Now" or contact [Ben Fenton] 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.