Jobs at Sunamp

At Sunamp, we design, manufacture and sell space-saving thermal batteries for hot water, heating and cooling that cut carbon emissions and make homes, buildings and vehicles more energy-efficient and sustainable.

We have a holistic approach to environmental sustainability that permeates our staff culture and affects everything we do as a business. As a result, we are committed to playing our part in achieving a climate-resilient, net-zero future.

Sunamp is a fast-growing company with great opportunities for talented individuals to do their bit to combat climate change. See our current vacancies below.

Current vacancies

Manufacturing Operative - UK

We are recruiting manufacturing operatives to join our busy warehouse and production team at our factory in Macmerry, near Edinburgh.

You’ll be assembling and filling Sunamp’s range of heat battery products. This multidisciplinary role covers production of basic mechanical and electronic assemblies, plastic welding of polypropylene cases, mixing of non-toxic chemical materials, final product integration with control systems and critical end-of-line performance testing, along with packing and despatching.

You’ll already have some experience of assembly lines and high-volume manufacturing, with an understanding of warehousing and despatching. Plastic welding experience and a knowledge of low-voltage electronics is desirable but training is available.

Senior Data Scientist - UK

We’re looking for a Data Scientist who can bring new ideas and data-driven approaches to heating houses using thermal storage. In this role, you should be able to analyse raw data and turn it into meaningful information that supports our mission. We also want to see a passion for machine learning and its application for improving heating in buildings.

This role requires creativity and the ability to break down a complex problem into its constituent parts.

You’ll need to be driven, smart and willing to get stuck into a variety of work; from problems spanning thermodynamics through to condition monitoring.

Customer Service Manager – UK

We are recruiting a key role to join the Customer Support team based at our Edinburgh HQ! You will already be working in a customer service capacity either in a Coordinator or Senior Administration role and ready to move into a Customer Service Manager role. Experience within HVAC or a technical service capacity is requirement as you will be the first point of contact for the end-user as well as working closely with installers, field service engineers, production and engineering teams.

The role will be busy and varied where you will take full responsibility of providing training for customers from logistics to reporting feedback. Leading with maintenance of customer service data, warranties, cascading feedback to marketing teams.

The team are looking for someone that really thrives on providing that little bit extra in Customer Care, think innovatively, stay on top of customer service trend processes and tools as well as take ownership of managing customer data CRM and ticketing systems.

Electronics Engineer – UK

This exciting new role will appeal to a mid-level Electronics Engineer looking to join a growing team. To join the team, you’ll have at least 3 years industry experience of hardware design, testing, troubleshooting, integration and embedded system. PCB design using Eagle and experience of working on complex layouts design and multi-layers of PCBs.

An understanding of microcontrollers peripherals and the usage of this is absolutely essential. Alongside this you will understand full product lifecycle, high voltage control knowledge and your knowledge in embedded C will be beneficial.

Our new successful colleague will have experience of project delivery, delivery technical solutions to quality, schedule and cost targets. As importantly you will gain great satisfaction out of teamwork, collaboration will all levels of internal and external business users as well as the ability to present at any level.

Factory Manager – UK

This role is a newly created addition to an already existing manufacturing team. You will use engineering skills, lean manufacturing tools, safety expertise and practical experience to transition products from ‘development’ to ‘manufacturing’ and to improve manufacturing processes and procedures which in turn improve efficiencies and product quality and reduce manufacturing costs.

This role will attract an established Factory Manager who has demonstratable experience within continuous improvement methodologies as well as being an ambassador for internal BMS systems and assisting with the architecture of continually implementing best practice amongst the team. You will have working knowledge of managing ISO accreditations.

Qualified to degree level in production engineering or similar you will already have a qualification in NEBOSH as well as Lean Manufacturing. Alongside this you will be an excellent communicator, someone that enjoys being in a very focused but fun environment and playing an integral part of the team.

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