Since we established over 50 years ago, many things have changed in the engineering industry. Our commitment to our people hasn’t.
That’s why we invest time and money making sure we find and keep the very best in our industry. Interested? We are always on the look out for the right people, please send your cv to [email protected]
Enjoy 25 days holiday per annum, plus bank holidays.
Motivation matters. That’s why we offer opportunities for learning and development.
So you can make the most out of your career.
Ample parking for your convenience, along with EV charging points.
Opportunities available to combine in-office and remote working, dependant on job role.
We value long-serving colleagues. That’s why we reward key milestones.
We will automatically enrol you onto our pension scheme to help with planning for the future.
As one of the largest employers in Tiverton, enjoy discounts for local shops and services.
Discounts and cashbacks at retailers including Argos, M&S and Tesco.
We regularly collaborate with experts to help you make the most of your money.
A tax free lump sum to help you and your family feel secure should the unthinkable happen.
Tell everyone how great it is to work for Hepco and receive up to £250 if your referral is recruited.
You can claim money back towards the costs of everyday health and wellbeing.
Mental health support is available on the phone and online. We also have a team of trained mental health first aiders.
Regular social and charity events to raise money and bring people together.
We have been training apprentices for over 30 years and are committed to the development of enthusiastic engineers who have the desire to progress.
Led by a dedicated training manager, our award winning training programme offers both engineering and office roles for school and college leavers.
HepcoMotion and Exeter College are one of the first providers in the country to be offering the Government’s new T-Level qualifications.
A two year course, T-Levels are a technical-based qualification that prepares learners for highly skilled employment, higher level study or a Higher Apprenticeship. Learn more about T-Levels here.