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Junior Design Engineer

Posted: 17th April 2024

Terry Group Ltd are now recruiting for the below role: 

Job Title: Junior Design Engineer

Department: R&D

Report to: Director of Installations


An employer you can trust

Terry Group Ltd are a British engineering company who have been working in the lift industry for more than 70 years. We design and manufacture our own lifts right here in Cheshire, and fit them in homes and public buildings across the country and beyond. We are proud to provide our customers with nothing less than the outstanding quality, safety and service they expect from a lift provider they can trust.


What you can expect from us

Each member of our team plays a big part in creating products and services that people around the world can trust, and we reflect that in our benefits. We offer ongoing product and personal development training and automatic enrolment into our pension scheme when you join us. You’ll also enjoy life insurance, 22 days’ holiday plus statutory bank holidays, additional annual leave based on length of service, a day off on your birthday and free regular eye tests for employees using a visual display unit.


Your trusted responsibilities

The role will include responsibility for new projects and the on-going development of current products. The successful candidate will contribute to our team working off their own initiative at times but also in collaboration with other departments and with our suppliers and customers alike, with an open mind and willingness to provide colleagues with the highest levels of support and a genuine desire to assist an already successful team in achieving an ever-increasing demand for its products. 

We trust our team to do their best for our customers. Here’s what you can expect to be doing in this role:

  • Using PTC CREO 8 3D CAD package day to day.
  • Evaluation of problems and the requirement to design new parts and modify existing parts.
  • Creating technical drawings for both new and existing parts.
  • Creation of CAD based technical documentation.
  • Lead and contribute to design discussions.
  • Progressing projects for new parts and assemblies from a conceptual design through into production.
  • Responsibility for the creation of new bills of materials and the manipulation of existing bills.

What you’ll bring to the role…

Desirable skills & experience:

  • Training and/or experience in manufacturing engineering, with specific experience in sheet metal design.
  • Working knowledge or interest in electrics and/or hydraulics would be beneficial.
  • Creating and manipulating BOMs

You’ll also have the following essential skills:

  • Degree or equivalent professional experience in a STEM subject or role.
  • Experience in a mechanical assembly using hand and electrical tools.
  • Experience of 3D CAD modelling and technical drawing.
  • Ability to manage multiple concurrent projects under pressure.
  • Experience of safe working practices and using PPE.
  • IT literate, including competence with all Microsoft Office products.
  • Well-motivated and able to work independently and part of a team.
  • Able to demonstrate lateral and creative thinking.
  • An excellent command of spoken and written English.
  • Good communication and interpersonal skills.


Rewarding our people

As well as access to comprehensive and ongoing product and personal development training, you’ll enjoy a range of benefits including:

  • Free regular eye tests for employees who use a visual display unit
  • Automatic enrolment into the company pension scheme
  • Life insurance as part of your employment package
  • 22 days’ holiday per year plus statutory bank holidays
  • Additional days of annual leave based on your length of service
  • An extra day off for your birthday


We’re looking for people who share our passion for quality and innovation, and the compassion to put our customers’ needs and wellbeing at their heart. If you think you have what it takes to be a Junior Design Engineer at Terry Lifts, we want to hear from you.



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