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Life as a Facilities Engineer

Our Facilities Engineers are the problem solvers others look to

From design to build, installation to commissioning, our Facilities Engineers develop solutions to keep our production lines running smoothly, working closely with other departments to reach the highest standards of efficiency, safety, and quality.

Project Management

Taking charge of projects and technical support, our Facilities Engineers control system planning, project architecture and on-site contractor responsibilities to realise machinery and equipment installations that will make a real difference to the plant. Involvement in CE marking, safety regulations and obsolescence management are key responsibilities, and like all our engineering teams, there are opportunities for real autonomy.

Varied Engineering

The role is particularly varied, with both mechanical and electrical engineering elements and the support to develop a breadth of skills across both disciplines. Working with equipment such as robotic and manual assembly lines, jig and robot cells, presses, injection-moulding systems, casting & machining facilities as well as other PLC-based systems, this technical-based position ensures no two days are the same.


Facilities Engineer

“I’m not just given a project and expected to complete it alone, I have the support of cross-functional teams and time-served engineers who can lend their expertise and support.”

Morgan was instrumental in automating part of the welding process to build the all-new Qashqai using robots and AGVs. Although he values the autonomy he gets in his work, the real satisfaction comes from collaborating with people from other technical facilities. As a young engineer who started his Nissan career as of the graduate scheme, it’s important to him that there is always someone to ask and offer support with new solutions. He has long-term ambitions to progress within Nissan, and with the support of his line manager he’s now on a leadership progression plan to help him get where he wants to be.

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Starting at Nissan an exciting challenge, full of possibilities, and there will be a lot to take in at first. Here is where you’ll find all the information you need to get started, understand your new company, our culture and where to go when you need support or have a query. It’s great to have you on board and we hope you enjoy your journey with us.

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