Mechanical Designer



Reference: PBO03

We are looking for an experienced Mechanical Designer to join our ever busy and expanding Design Department.  The role will involve travel to various sites, therefore for logistical reasons candidates should be based in the Peterborough / Northampton area.

Musk is a leading engineering company that supports many blue-chip manufacturers across several industrial sectors. We are a growing organisation, comprised of brilliant people providing a range of engineering services and are always looking for new faces to join our high-calibre teams on exciting projects.


Key Responsibilities

You will be required to complete a variety of new mechanical designs. Revise existing designs to ensure current mechanical machinery is upgraded and integrated to the new standards and legislation (including mechanical guarding) for various industrial sites.

You will also provide support to installation teams to ensure work is being undertaken to the design requirements.

Working hours: 40 hours per week (Monday-Friday).

Skills and Experience

You should have:

  • A strong mechanical design background within an industrial (manufacturing) environment and be familiar with safe working practices.
  • Knowledge of designing mechanical guarding requirements around machinery, conveyors etc. is highly desirable.

You must have knowledge/experience of:

  • Auto-CAD
  • Inventor
  • Microsoft Office

A good understanding of current European and British standards is also highly desirable.

You must possess a Mechanical qualification (i.e. BTEC / NVQ3 / HNC).

We will provide a strong health and safety culture and for motivated employees, ample personal development opportunities.

Proof of eligibility to work in the UK will be required.

If you feel you have the skills and experience for the role, please apply below, as we would like to hear from you.



If you would like to apply please submit your details in the form and we will get back to you as soon as soon as we can.

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