The production of high-quality castings has always been a mix of sound design, technical knowledge and the foundryman’s experience in handling and managing each stage in the casting process. More recent innovations, such as casting simulation software and 3D modelling, have helped to reduce casting defects by improving both product and gating system design. Dealing … Read more
A traditional industry with a bright future
For over 35 years, NovaCast has built a reputation for producing the highest quality non-ferrous castings at our foundry in Melksham. The company has invested in the latest technology and training to ensure that quality and consistency lies at the heart of everything we do. With an international customer base and partners in the Far East, NovaCast is a forward-looking business which is both financially strong and growing fast. We are always interested in hearing from talented craftsmen, professionals with relevant experience and young people interesting in acquiring skills through apprenticeships. NovaCast Careers can offer a friendly and rewarding working environment where staff are valued and respected.
Current vacancies are detailed below but please feel free to contact us if you feel that you could contribute to the ongoing success of NovaCast.
Graduate Design Engineer Vacancy
Our Engineering Department currently has an immediate opening for a Graduate Design Engineer. Use of 3D software to create models and drawings of products is essential.
The Design Engineer will be responsible for carrying out the duties of the Engineering Department including design, research, prototyping, engineering documentation, estimating and process improvement. The successful candidate will report directly to the Supply Chain Manager and collaborate with design/purchasing teams, as well as liaising with suppliers and clients to improve designs and manufacture.
This is an excellent opportunity to work in a friendly environment with a team that is dedicated and passionate about craftsmanship.
Possible travel to China.
The position is full time (39 hours per week) Monday to Friday.
Salary will be dependent on experience.