Graduate Technical Data Specialist / Turbine Field Engineer
Salary: £30,000 - £35,000 plus bonus and full benefits package
Our Midlands based client provides reliability engineering products and services into the Energy market, specifically Power Generation and Oil & Gas. They are a young international company looking to expand their business in the UK, Europe and the Middle East, who are keen to find a qualified engineering graduate to join their team.
Your primary responsibility will be to support all current company contracts by performing data entry, validation and analysis tasks and ensuring submittal and engineering review of data from their customer base.
In addition, there will be customer facing elements to this role requiring interaction with power plant owner/operators via telephone and/or email; providing information on company products & services, soliciting participation in the company programme, supporting the retention of existing customers, and working to ensure customer satisfaction.
You will be expected to develop an understanding of the Energy market and plant equipment (e.g. gas turbines, steam turbines, electric generators, boilers, and balance of plant equipment) and how the business strategy operates within this market.
They are looking for a self-motivated, determined individual with strong inter-personal skills who can work in support of the Global Operations Data Centre of one of their key 'blue ribbon' clients, you will be meeting customers on a regular basis.
They will provide the opportunity for you to develop yourself professionally whilst the business expands and encourage you to be in charge of your own career development roadmap.
They offer a generous benefits package, including 25 days annual holiday, a pension scheme with employer contributions, performance related incentive scheme and private medical healthcare.
Essential skills and experience:
Degree qualified within Engineering or technical field work experience.
Prior experience of working with data, quality or system testing
Strong analytical, technical and problem-solving skills.
Demonstrate sound engineering judgment and a rigorous engineering attention to detail
Experience in the Power Generation and/or Oil and Gas industries and/or demonstrable Gas and Steam turbines knowledge is essential.
Strong interpersonal skills; friendly & professional demeanor.
Positive attitude, a high energy level and team player
Familiarity with computers and standard software packages (Word, Excel, Powerpoint, etc.)
Demonstrate excellent Microsoft Excel skills in order to assist with data analysis activities and business reporting
Willingness to work a flexible schedule
Desirable skills and experience
Familiarity with reliability/statistical techniques & methodologies would be an advantage.
Foreign language skills would be an advantage
They offer a very generous salary and benefits package, including 25 days annual holiday, a pension scheme with employer contributions, performance related incentive scheme and private medical healthcare.
As well as a bright future, one where you will have the opportunity to develop your career with a fast moving, forward thinking company, who recognise and reward your achievements.
If you would like to apply for this role, please send a copy of your CV to Kate Evans at firstname.lastname@example.org quoting the reference GP151 as soon as you can.
We look forward to hearing from you