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Manufacturing Engineer

  • Location

    Wellingborough

  • Sector:

    Property Jobs

  • Job ref:

    2397a2a936af1455

  • Published:

    about 1 year ago

  • Client:

    ZipRecruiter/PropertyJobsToday

Job Description

Siamo Recruitment are working in partnership with their prestigious client in Wellingborough, and are looking to recruit a Manufacturing Engineer. Hours: Days Term: Permanent Salary: Dependant on experience (up to £45000 per annum) Purpose of Job: The purpose of the role is to ensure that customer satisfaction is maintained through product conformance to agreed engineering standards and processes. The responsibility of the Manufacturing Engineer is to engineer and administer the process and equipment required for manufacturing activities. Engineers will work within a cross-functional team responsible for the total life cycle of manufacturing projects. Duties Includes: To evaluate existing manufacturing systems with a view to optimisation, cost reduction and general continuous improvement using lean principles. Then where appropriate within a cross-functional team, implement the relevant changes To assess product cell Overall Equipment Effectiveness and improve machine/equipment availability, productivity and quality. To specify, procure and sign off standard and bespoke tooling, equipment and machinery, to ensure that robust capable processes are established To ensure that, once procured, Production and Maintenance have sufficient information to ensure that machinery and equipment are maintained and available for use To produce and understand CNC part programs, using a variety of programming languages, preferably having CAM experience To provide process restructuring planning and support To generate and evaluate technical drawings using CAD including factory and equipment layouts To create, maintain and develop Process Documentation i.e. Process Sheets, FMEA, Process Flow and APQP To resolve daily manufacturing issues and concerns To ensure existing processes are maintained and updated To liaise with the Quality and Production teams to ensure best practices are implemented. Support supplier and internal assessments against the requirements of industry standards as required, providing information and explanation as appropriate. Carry out internal process audits in to ensure that process instructions are being followed and are correct. Take and drive any remedial actions as necessary. Qualifications: A HND or Degree in Mechanical, Production or Manufacturing Engineering or equivalent is essential Experience: Proven experience gained within low to medium volume machining processes, preferably gained within an automotive environment Previous experience of project co-ordination including budget control and man management skills Previous experience of constructing CNC programmes from 2D drawings and 3D models and ability to prove out on CNC machines Proven experience of CNC cutting tools Proven experience of CNC machine manual programming If you consider yourself suitable for the above role please email your CV and you will be contacted for immediate interview. If you require any further information please click apply and a member of the dedicated team from Coventry will be in touch