Graduate Process Engineer - Anaerobic Digestion
£22,000 - £26,000 + Company Benefits
We are currently seeking to recruit a Graduate Process Engineer, to join an expanding organisation within the Anaerobic Digestion industry. You will be required to work as part of a team in order to develop & improve current processes, to drive positive change and improve efficiency across multiple anaerobic digestion sites in the UK. Our client has a fantastic opportunity for a Graduate Process Engineer, with a passion for renewables, to join their team based out of offices in the Worcester area.
Main responsibilities will include design / re-design of new build & existing process plants across the UK. Handling technical enquiries and supporting the Managing Director and onsite technicians, to enhance and optimise the output of the plants. This role will be office based, but may require visit to sites based around the UK in order to analyse current processes and operations and identify improvements.
To be considered for this position, you will need to have recently graduated from a Biology/Scientific/Process/Environmental type Degree, and ideally have a MSc in Renewable Energy. You should demonstrate a strong interest in Renewable Energy and the Anaerobic Digestion process.
The package on offer for this role includes an attractive salary in the range of £22,000 - £26,000 plus company benefits including extensive training, support and development in the Anaerobic Digestion sector. This is a permanent position based out of offices in Worcester. A full UK driving licence is essential as travel to site may be required.
If you are interested in this exciting opportunity with an expanding organisation within the sector, please email your latest CV to email@example.com or call Cherie Moore on 02392 288 217.
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