Assystem Energy & Infrastructure
Assystem Energy & Infrastructure are recruiting for an experienced Manufacturing Engineer to join on a 12-month contract in Derby.
Job title: Manufacturing Engineer
Hourly rate: Competitive
Contract: 12 months
Hours: 37 hours minimum (Flexible start and finish times)
Responsibilities will include:
Developing Methods of Manufacture to realise part designs.
Generating the technical package for the shop floor for the manufacture of parts. This will include Technical Instructions, Manufacturing Stage Drawings, Production Routers.
Use of Build in Quality tools such as Process Maps, Process Failure Mode Effect Analysis (PFMEAs), and Control Plans.
Verifying the design intent has been met by creating FAIR’s (First Article Inspection reports).
Day to day planning of projects in line with IPPR gates.
Liaison with other departments such as design, manufacturing, quality, and purchasing to ensure delivery of parts to set timescales and targeted costs.
Qualifications and experience required to apply for the role:
As a manufacturing engineer you will need to be degree qualified (or equivalent) or have the requisite technical experience, a passion to succeed and a vision of how modern manufacturing should be achieved.
Professionally qualified Engineer (UK minimum HND/foundation degree or another national equivalent).
Possessing general understanding of manufacturing processes
Possessing general awareness of Manufacturing Systems (CAD, CAM, CAPP, Manufacturing Execution System, Manufacturing Intelligence, SAP, Technical Publications, etc.) relevant to the business.
Having good understanding of Manufacturing Engineering processes relevant to their role in the product lifecycle.
Have excellent communications skills and the ability to influence at all levels of the organisation.
**Security clearance is required**
Whilst we encourage applications from all nationalities, Assystem within the UK are subject to security and export control restrictions due to the nature of work to be undertaken.
These restrictions mean that factors including your nationality, any previous nationalities you have held, and/or your place of birth may limit those roles that you can perform for the organisation.
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