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Major Recruitment Drive At AGM Batteries, Thurso

9th November 2017

Photograph of Major Recruitment Drive At AGM Batteries, Thurso

Recent news of electric cars and energy storage has made life a lot more exciting for AGM Batteries Ltd.

Since acquiring the business in 2014 the management has significantly grown the business and this is set to accelerate on the back of 2 major automotive projects with more exciting Government and commercial projects in the pipeline. Having the largest lithium cell scale-up facility in the UK and one of the few in Europe, AGM are continually expanding our cutting-edge technology and skills to become world class in this new, long term industry for the UK. Working with similar highly innovative companies, Universities and partners in Scotland, UK and internationally, AGM is already working on the next generation of batteries.

Over the next year, AGM Batteries are looking for enthusiastic,hardworking and ambitious people in to fill positions in

Engineering (All disciplines)

Sales and Marketing

Setters

Technicians

Operators

Maintenance

Admin support

Materials Engineering

Procurement

"If you have experience in any of the above roles, feel your skills are transferable or a young person passionate to embark on a STEM career then please submit your CV with a cover letter. We're steadily building up our team so may not hire all these positions immediately but if you fit the mould, we promise to keep your details on file."

Tracey Beveridge, Office Manager,AGM Batteries Ltd, Denchi House, Thurso Business Park, Thurso, Caithness, KW147XW tracey.beveridge@agmbatteries.co.uk

 

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