Manufacturing Engineer

Job Summary

The manufacturing engineer is responsible for technical conformity of all products, providing technical documentation, introducing new capabilities while maintaining and developing methods of manufacture. Good working knowledge of document control to include ECR, NDA, DAR, Concession, Data Card, SOP, and CCW processes. Avante input of BOMs, Routings, Rework Planning / Changes.

Required Skills and Competences

In depth Knowledge of Sheet meatal and/or machining production processes using material grades as Titaniums, Niamonics, Stainless Steels

The ability to work in a team based environment brain storming ideas to develop production concepts.

Understand and communicate the technical & legislative elements associated with the area of responsibility and support internal and external audits.

Work alongside Quality Engineering and operations to deliver RFT product OTIF

Undertake training of individuals as required.

Involvement with other engineering disciplines to support New Product Introduction activities.

Ensure new capabilities and methods of manufacture achieve the required level of readiness to enable buy off within the agreed time scale.

The ability to aid technical problem resolution through RCCA and improvement activities within to drive manufacturing processes towards identified consistent best practice.

Support customer or supplier events.

Be expected to carry out any other such duties as may reasonably be required of you commensurate with your level within the Company.

Be familiar with the Company’s Health and Safety Policy and in particular your responsibilities.

Comply with all relevant internal rules, policy and procedures, including those related to Health and Safety, Data Protection and issued Employee Handbook.

This position will be based at Castle Donington however you may be required to travel or work at other locations with reasonable notice.  

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