Jobs in Marine and Shipbuilding near Plymouth

Found 2 jobs
    • Plymouth, Devon
    • £20.00 - £50.00 per hour
    • Morson International
    • Posted 9 minutes ago

    Morson are currently working in partnership with a top Defence company and have an exciting requirement for an Electrical Services Engineer to join the team in Devenport on an initial 12 month contract basis. Primary Purpose The purpose of the Senior Electrical Services Engineer post is: To assist the Electrical Services Engineering Lead in deli...

    • Plymouth, Devon
    • £40.00 - £60.00 per annum
    • Posted about 2 hours ago

    Primary Purpose The purpose of the 14 Dock Design Manager post is: To manage the delivery and co-ordinate the System Engineering work packages to the required scope, quality, schedule and cost, providing an overall capability for De-fuel PWR1 Submarines within the 14 Dock Facility. Responsible for managing the technical aspects of the engineerin...

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As the largest supplier of marine trades in the UK, Morson have some of the most exciting opportunities in the marine and shipbuilding industry. With offices in key locations across the UK, Morson is at the core of the industry’s largest projects. As a leader in marine and shipbuilding recruitment, we understand the importance of securing a workforce that delivers a consistently exceptional service – for both contract and permanent personnel. Morson is proud to have delivered a diverse range of disciplines to major marine and shipbuilding projects, including concept design for submarines. THE BENEFITS...

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Plymouth is a city which is situated on the south coast of Devon, England. It is approximately 190 miles south-west of London and lies between the river Plym and Tamar. The city is home to an estimated 264,200 people which makes Plymouth the 30th most populous area in the United Kingdom and the second largest city in the South West. During the Industrial Revolution, Plymouth grew as a commercial shipping port and handled imports and passengers from America. During this time its neighbouring town, Devonport became a strategic Royal Naval shipbuilding and dockyard town. Thus,...

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