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about 1 year ago
Aeropeople Ltd
Salary: Negotiable
Location: Cambridge
Job type: Contract
Contact: John Shoobert
Sector: Aviation, Aircraft
Category: Electrician Jobs, Engineers Jobs, Design Engineer Jobs

Electrical Design Engineer
Contract
Cambridge.

Aeropeople have a requirement for two Electrical Design Engineers.
The role will require experience of Wire Harness Design and Schematic Diagrams
Preference is for Mentor Graphics experience but training will be given for this CAD software


This is an ongoing contract to start on 31st Oct 2016

The company:

Marshall ADG are the UK's largest independent aerospace and defence company, delivering innovation and excellence in engineering, support solutions and services.
Currently employing over 2000 people we are widely regarded as an 'employer of choice' and offer an exceptional all round employment opportunity and package to include a wide range of benefits.
This is a contract role and Aeropeople are operating as an employment agency managing the recruitment services for Marshall ADG.
We are a leading global technical services provider with specialist teams dealing with the recruitment of permanent and temporary staff.
With our heritage firmly embedded in the Aerospace industry, we ensure the highest levels of expertise and commitment.
With our head office in Cambridge, support offices throughout the UK and offices in Germany, UAE and Italy, Aeropeople are best placed to service your career aspirations.

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