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Job opportunities at engineering firm

Posted onPosted on 6th Jun

Sutton-based ECS Engineering is providing those looking to enter engineering with the opportunity to engage in landmark projects in the water, nuclear and construction sectors.

The new hires will support multiple framework contracts held by the business and its entrance into new markets.
The business is looking to take on a new estimator, mechanical fitter, mechanical project engineer, mechanical supervisor, and a facilities/M&E maintenance manager.

Anyone wanting to start their career in engineering can email their CV to [email protected], with a list of available vacancies at

Steve Crapper, precontracts director, said: “As well as supporting the local area with new job opportunities, we have welcomed many professionals to our team.

“We recently hired Dileep as our new quality engineer, Julieanne as assistant accountant, Richard as estimator, Stephanie our new contracts manager and Steve as project engineer. It’s exciting to work with new people and expand our expertise.

“We are a growing business, providing engineering solutions and turnkey services to the water, nuclear and construction industries.

“To meet the project requirements of our customers, we not only need to grow our in-house and on-site capabilities but also invest in our people too.”

Working closely with government agencies, local authorities, and private companies, ECS has provided highly-responsive engineering services throughout the UK for more than 30 years.

It is an established framework contractor for water authorities nationwide, has achieved Fit4Nuclear status, and operates a fabrications department accredited to EXC4. Recently, ECS supported multiple UK nuclear sites and decommissioning projects with high-quality fabrications.

It also installed the first set of moulded fibre reinforced polymer lock gates on behalf of the Environment Agency at Sunbury Dry Dock on the River Thames.

ECS currently works with Severn Trent Water, Anglian Water, and National Highways.