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Exceptional Product/Industrial Designer (21702)

£DoE + superb benefits

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Creative, graphic design, modelling, top consultancy

Our client is an expanding, highly professional and award-winning technical consultancy developing state of the art new products. They offer a stimulating work environment in an exceptional location close to Cambridge, with excellent career development prospects and superb benefits (including generous non-contributory pension scheme, private healthcare, and performance related bonus).

Due to growth, they are now seeking an exceptional Industrial Designer / Product Designer to work with or lead multidisciplinary teams, applying your knowledge and skills to the design and development of a wide range of products, typically in the areas of FMCG and medical/healthcare technologies.

A creative thinker and strong communicator, you will have a good degree (2.1 or 1st from a top university) in Industrial Design, Product Design or similar, plus:

  • Exceptional graphical design and visualisation skills including hand sketching and 3D CAD
  • Project or client management experience
  • Significant commercial experience as an Industrial Designer or Product Designer in a relevant sector

Contact us now for full details of this truly exceptional opportunity.

Keywords: industrial designer, product designer, technical consultancy, project management, client management, Adobe CS, 3D CAD, Solidworks, Alias, Keyshot, rendering, 3D animation, rapid prototyping, healthcare, medical devices, structural packaging, consumer goods, FMCG, energy, Cambridge