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Structural Designer/Design Engineer Jobs

© Sarah McNicholas

We are Entre-Prises UK Ltd the country's leading artificial climbing wall manufacturer. Based in Kelbrook, Lancashire on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales. You could be working within our dynamic team, dedicated to supplying the best climbing walls in the world. Each and every climbing wall is unique and every project represents a new challenge.

Fancy joining us?

On an average day, you'll be:

  • Creating accurate fabrication drawings for climbing wall and Clip n' Climb components.
  • Working from engineering reports to design and draught bespoke connection methods from concept through to manufacture.
  • Producing detailed and easy to follow installation plans for all of our product lines. (Climbing walls, clip 'n climb, caving systems etc.)
  • Working alongside project managers and installation teams to overcome live project challenges.
  • Developing systems and procedures within our continual improvement projects.


Sounds interesting?
From your first day you'll receive detailed training and assistance from our existing team to help you develop into a valued member of our company and help you become embedded within the world of climbing walls.


Needless to say... if you're a climber, that would be just great.


For a more detailed job description, or if you have any questions regarding joining our team, please email amcnally@entre-prises.com


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19 Aug

Why isn't the salary listed in the advert?

19 Aug

I would guess they don't want their existing structural designers to know what they could be getting...

24 Aug

Previously they have listed around £25k salary, probably wise to not list a salary after the backlash serious climbing/rockcity got for there engineer role haha

24 Aug

25k salary is about £12 an hour, right? Compared to a minimum wage of £9.50 I wonder whether uni is even worth bothering with any more given the massive debt a typical student will rack up.

24 Aug

A capable engineer can earn around £40k per year with about 5 years experience if they can get their ducks lined up right so uni probably is worthwhile if you want an engineering job, although if you're up for doing a degree part time a degree apprenticeship is a more cost effective route.


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