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Forensic Engineer Ref: GHP/FE/001823
Geoffrey Hunt & Partners are looking to recruit an engineer to undertake the forensic investigation of mechanical and materials failures. The position is based in London but will involve regular travel throughout the UK, and occasionally overseas.
The successful candidate will have a good honours degree in mechanical engineering, materials science, metallurgy or a similar discipline and have attained, or be working towards, Chartered status with the IMechE or IMMM.
The position involves a mixture of on site investigations, laboratory examinations and the preparation of detailed reports to be used in the Civil and Criminal Courts. Excellent verbal and written communication skills are essential.
The overall package includes a competitive salary, company car and pension scheme.
To apply, please forward a detailed curriculum vitae to Dr Jan Graham at Geoffrey Hunt & Partners, 23a Berghem Mews, Blythe Road, London W14 0HN.
Candidates are welcome to contact Dr Graham by telephone on 020 7602 6813 for an informal discussion prior to the submission of a formal application.