We are now seeking a Design Engineer to join our fast-paced, busy and diverse Design Team. Reporting to the Design Manager, the successful candidate will be working as a prominent member of the design team and working closely with all departments. The candidate will be responsible for preparing calculations and designing filter vessels based on PD5500; EN and ASME codes of practice. A key element of this exciting position is the production of contract specific product designs using PTC Creo 4.0 3D CAD software; ensuring designs meet PED (Pressure Equipment Directive) regulations. This is a recognised role within the organisation requiring a high level of responsibility. You will be expected to create innovative and novel new product designs and to assist in the development of existing products.
You will be working as part of a team in a friendly and busy environment, so we are looking for motivated people who take pride in their work.
The successful candidate will find this an interesting and challenging position and should have:
HNC or above in Engineering or equivalent experience
3D parametric CAD system experience
Experience of working in an engineering environment
Pressure vessel experience and pressure vessel code experience
Experience of working within a quality system
Experience of basic mechanical and design principles
Good attention to detail with excellent accuracy
Project and time management skills
Amazon Filters Ltd is an established and rapidly expanding filter manufacturer supplying first class filtration solutions to a host of Process Industries. We have a friendly and modern working environment, where the successful candidate’s contribution will make them a valuable and prominent member of the team.
Joining Amazon Filters at this exciting time offers; competitive basic salary, pension scheme and other additional Company benefits.
If you are interested in applying for the position please forward your CV with a covering letter to our HR Department at or contact us on 01276 670 600 for further information.
Deadline for applications is 10th January 2020.