Graduate Man. Engineer

5 days left

North Lanarkshire
25000.00 - 28000.00 GBP Annual
29 Oct 2018
26 Nov 2018
Start Date
Graduate Manufacturing Engineer
A leading manufacturer in the automotive industry are recruiting Manufacturing Engineers for their facility in Gloucestershire. This is an exciting opportunity for which we are looking for individuals with a real passion for engineering to join their successful team.

As a Graduate Manufacturing Engineer you will be responsible for providing technical engineering support and expertise for new product/process introduction programmes and implementing strategies for improving manufacturing process capability.

Main Duties and Responsibilities:
• To provide expert knowledge of high volume manufacturing processes including close tolerance machining, assembly and test systems.
• To improve manufacturing performance with regard to process capability, output, productivity and cost.
• To deliver robust manufacturing solutions for new product/components in line with the 5P process to meet the required HS&E aspects, first time quality, installed capacity and cost.
• To provide expertise in supporting the business with regard to the Manufacturing System, policies and procedures.
• To support the business by providing expertise and driving quality systems including the management of statistical methods, problem solving techniques and continuous improvement, taking a lead role in group activities.
• To deliver manufacturing process documentation and training in line with business training standards (5 Star process)
• To maintain a clean and tidy operating environment at all times through an active and practical approach to all HS&E issues
• To improve the efficiency of the Manufacturing Engineering processes through participation in continuous improvement projects

Essential requirements:
• Experience or interest in one or more of the following fields:-
- High volume precision grinding and super finishing operations
- Automated assembly
- High volume hydraulic performance testing and control systems
- Best practice solutions for cell design and material flow management
- Actively contribute to the running and success of multi-disciplinary project teams.
• Qualified to degree level or equivalent in an engineering discipline with an interest in manufacturing
• Excellent presentation, communication and interpersonal skills.

Omega Resource Group Ltd is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy

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