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Principal Mechanical Engineer

Job Type:
£65k - 70k per year


Role: Principal Mechanical Engineer

Staff Position - Warrington

Our Client has a requirement for a Principal Mechanical Engineer, who will be required to work on a staff basis in Warrington.

You would be responsible for the successful mechanical engineering delivery on all projects and assignments in terms of quality, safety, time and cost.


  • Ensure overall mechanical engineering and design objectives are achieved, i.e. safety, cost and time outcomes vs. technically sound solutions, risk minimisation and quality.
  • Continuous review and improvement of mechanical engineering processes and project deliverables.
  • Development and issue of design specifications and data sheets.
  • Liaison with clients, vendors, subcontractors and external consultants.
  • Regular discussion with vendors during tendering process and post order placement to ensure technical acceptability and delivery in accordance with schedule.

Experience / Skills / Knowledge / Qualifications:

  • Preferably a Chartered Engineer with IMechE, or working towards.
  • Proven level of experience in mechanical engineering and design projects.
  • Ideally have direct project and sector exposure across operational core sectors; Advanced Manufacturing & Technology, Chemical, Petrochemical)
  • Proficient at interpreting and supporting generation of P&IDs, CAD models and plant layouts.

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