Manufacturing Graduate

7 days left

North Lanarkshire
26000.00 - 27000.00 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.

For more information please contact Grady Izatt on (Apply online only) or email

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

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