Jenrick Engineering, the specialist engineering recruitment agency, is pleased to report that there is more good news on the Engineering Job Market front, as JCB, the world's third largest manufacturer of construction equipment, has announced plans for a new $50 million engine development project in the UK that will create around 350 jobs. Design and research into the new engine project will take place at JCB Power Systems in Foston, Derbyshire, where the company's JCB Dieselmax engine is manufactured. The development of the new engine - which will be installed in JCB's own products and also sold to third parties - means almost 50 new advanced engineering jobs are available immediately at JCB Power Systems, with recruitment already underway. The roles include engine design and development engineers, engine electronics and software engineers, quality technicians, manufacturing engineers, applications engineers, supplier development engineers and buyers. When the engine goes into production, more than 300 additional jobs will be created across three of JCB's UK plants between 2016 and 2021. More information: Jenrick Engineering is a recruitment partner for many of the leading Automotive and Industrial Engineering Corporations within the UK, providing an array of contract and permanent job opportunities for engineers who operate within this sector. If you would like to  explore job opportunities in this sector, or wish to seek advice regarding recruiting contractors or permanent staff, please contact our offices at Burton on Trent (on 01283 548 121) or Crick, Northampton (on 01788 824555). Article Source: