The PAYE pay rate is £19.85 per hour.
(or £25.50 per hour through a FCSA Accredited Umbrella company).
Candidates must have at least 3 years experience of working as a Manufacturing Engineer within an assembly environment.
This experience should include the use of a 3D CAD package, Material flow, 5S implementation, Manual Assembly, Risk Assessment, Tool and Equipment design.
The Manufacturing Engineer owns the manufacturing system within the allocated manufacturing cell by the creation, maintenance and continuous improvement of the safe and LEAN processes for existing and new products to ensure operations on time to standard and within budget within the allocated manufacturing cell
Design, prove, implement and maintain Cell manufacturing system layout.
Definition, setup and optimisation of the processes
Establish, monitor, correct and improve the process performances in terms of capability and capacity.
Accountable for the accuracy and optimisation of manufacturing technical data (including routings and build notes)
Manage the effective implementation of appropriate Lean tools and methodologies
Ensure the compliance of the production processes to current regulations in terms of Health, Safety and Environment.
Definition, setup, preparation and optimisation of manufacturing tooling and test solutions.
Implement and maintain PFMEA
Implement and maintain risk assessments and manual handling reviews
Perform cut in investigation for the EC implementation process and ownership of the consequential phase out/in process for the involved parts and products.