Careers

At Responsive Engineering our employees are at the heart of everything we do. They are the foundations on which our business is built and they provide the high level of skill that allows our business to meet the ever-changing demands of the marketplace and our customers.

We are always looking for dynamic people to join our team, for all careers enquiries, please email hr@responsive-engineering.com.

View our Diversity Statement

 

CNC Operator/Setter/Programmer

Ref: REL1618

Location: Newcastle upon Tyne

QC Apprentice

Ref: REL1918

Location: Newcastle upon Tyne

Supply Chain Apprentice

Ref: REL2018

Location: Newcastle upon Tyne

Welder

Ref: REL2418

Location: Newcastle upon Tyne

Plater

Ref: REL2518

Location: Newcastle upon Tyne

Customer Services Co-ordinator

Ref: REL0219

Location: Newcastle upon Tyne

Business Development Manager

Ref: RMS0119

Location: Blyth

Commercial Engineer

Ref: RMS0219

Location: Blyth

Fabricator/Plater

Ref: RMS0419

Location: Blyth

Welding & Fabrication Inspector

Ref: RMS0319

Location: Blyth

CNC Laser Operator

Ref: REL0319

Location: Newcastle upon Tyne

General Operator

Ref: REL0419

Location: Newcastle Upon Tyne

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Diversity statement

At Responsive Engineering we are committed to employing a diverse workforce and ensuring equal pay for work of equal value.  While an overall mean gender pay gap of 9% is disappointing, we consider that we are ahead of the curve in our industry and region.  Our figure is affected by the low number of females employed in our sector generally and defined market rates for technical roles rather than recruitment and reward practices.  We are incredibly proud to have 29% of females in our executive team which exceeds national averages across all sectors.

To ensure fairness, all hourly rates follow a bands and rates structure which has roles allocated to a band and movement within each band is based on tangible criteria and performance.

In order to take a proactive approach to gender pay issues, as part of our corporate social responsibility we support many grass roots initiatives to promote engineering as a career to young women and encourage the uptake of STEM subjects among girls.  This work is carried out in conjunction with the Reece Foundation https://www.reece-foundation.org/ and many of our female engineers support initiatives in their own time.

Graeme Cook, Managing Director, Responsive Engineering

 

Gender Pay Gap

Difference in hourly rate of pay – mean
9.1%

Difference in average rate of pay – median
13%

Difference in bonus pay – mean
0%

Difference in bonus pay – median
0%

Percentage of employees who received bonus pay
Males –              0%
Females –          0%

Employees by pay quartile

Upper quartile:
Males –              94%
Females –          6%

Upper middle quartile:
Males –              97%
Females –          3%

Lower middle quartile:
Males –              100%
Females –          0%

Lower quartile:
Males –              83%
Females –          17%