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Marine Engineers

Scottish Sea Farms Limited

Type
Full-Time
Closing Date
1 March 2024
Company
Scottish Sea Farms Limited
Details
Job Details
Email
recruitment@scottishseafarms.com

 

We are currently recruiting within our Engineering team in Shetland and looking for experienced Engineers to assist with the servicing of our Marine Farms across the island.

 

Responsible for the full service, maintenance and repair of plant equipment, our Marine Engineers travel between sites to support Farm Managers whilst maintaining an orderly workshop and ensuring health and safety compliance and safe systems of work are always in place.

The ideal candidates | should have the relevant Mechanical Engineering qualifications and ideally, but not essentially, experience in working with the following: marine vessels, generating sets, underwater lights, inboard diesel engines, outboard engines, forklifts and small plant repairs. Candidates will be excellent communicators, computer literate and should be able to demonstrate a commitment to developing a strong safety culture.

In return | we offer a generous renumeration package including, but not limited to, discretionary company bonus, life insurance cover and, subsidised gym and cycle to work schemes.

The role will operate Monday – Friday, 07:30am – 16:30pm and there will be a requirement for weekend work.

To apply for a role with us, you must be eligible to work in the UK.

A full UK driving licence is essential for this role as you will be expected to travel across our Shetland estate.

 

To apply, please visit the careers page on our website: www.scottishseafarms.com/careers/current-vacancies/

Closing date for applications |  01/03/2024

 

 

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