Project Engineer (Swindon)


Our client is a has a global network operating in over 21 countries and regions with bases in 54 locations throughout the world and specialising in supplying: Raw materials such as steel, light metals, plastics and resin; import of parts for JiT to our clients EU production facilities & their suppliers; parts export to their global manufacturing operations; CE Marking of manufacturing equipment.  They are an ISO9001:2015, ISO14001:2015 & AEO accredited progressive company, continually exploring new business opportunities to expand their portfolio.

The Role

An engineering role exists to provide project support to their UK Manufacturing within their machinery and tooling divisions and machine spares for manufacturing.  Part of your role will be to support their Machinery business is their CE Marking consultancy service. This will entail carrying out CE Assessments of machinery, equipment and devices as well as carrying out non-compliance inspections of machinery, compiling necessary reports and documentation.  

Main Responsibilities:

·         Engineering Support to their UK Manufacturing

·         Development and promotion of CE Marking business

·         Development of Machine, Repair and operation business

·         Carry out CE Assessments on machinery, equipment and devices

·         Carry out non-compliance inspections on machinery and equipment

·         Testing and evaluating compliance to the Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive 2004/108/EC

·         Write and compile Technical Construction file in line with the EC Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC to support the Machinery Directive and Declaration of Conformity

·         Inspect machinery and equipment in respect to Essential Health & Safety Requirements 2006/42/EEC and Low Volt Directive LVD 2006/95/EC, ensuring that machinery and equipment complies with the latest European Harmonised Standards

·         Sign off Declaration of Conformity and/or Certificates of incorporation where applicable

·         Organise and liaise with Government Notified Bodies for the compliance to CE Marking of Annex IV machinery

·         Develop and establish the ability to offer PUWER (1998) assessments

·         Ensure that all necessary modifications are completed satisfactorily

·         Carry out risk assessments to support engineering judgements

·         Identify and develop new business opportunities 


Location:  Swindon


Salary:  £27,000 - £32,000 with great benefits package