Peak Scientific, the global specialist in gas generation systems for analytical laboratories, has announced the opening of seven new engineering graduate positions at its main facility and headquarters near Glasgow.

The new roles will include opportunities for graduates in different engineering areas such as design, quality, new product development and manufacturing.

The successful candidates will work as part of Peak Scientific’s production facility, where gas generators are designed and manufactured for research laboratories across the globe.

Over the last decade, Peak Scientific, based at Inchinnan, Renfrewshire, has significantly expanded its business growth and capacity, reaching a headcount of over 500 employees across 20 offices across all continents.

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As part of its growth strategy, Peak Scientific continues to develop its technology by investing in local talent and innovation. The candidates selected for these roles will have the opportunity to kick-start their career in engineering whilst receiving dedicated support along their journey, the firm said.

Fiona Taylor, of Peak Scientific, said: "It has not been an easy time for graduates seeking employment this year as a result of the global pandemic. We are pleased to have the capability to invest in local talent, despite this very challenging period. I wish all candidates the very best of luck in their application process."

Graduates can apply for one or all positions by visiting the careers section of the Peak Scientific website.