Manufacturing Engineer - Feasibility Studies

Expiring today

£25 - £30/hour
23 Jul 2017
22 Aug 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
I am currently recruiting for an Industrial Engineer for a multi-national manufacturer of heavy machinery.
You will be part Design Engineer, part Manufacturing Engineer, part Production Engineer.

The role is offered on a contract basis offering an hourly rate of £25 - £30 ph. however there is an opportunity for candidates that need development. A candidate with strong potential and the right attitude will go a long way.

To be considered, candidates will have all or some of the following skills, experience and qualifications.
Experience of machined components in alloy steels and vehicle electro-mechanical production assembly.
An understanding of GD&T with the ability to identify key characteristics and datum structures.

The role

Industrial Engineering
Developing and resolving assembly load path and tooling access issues create Industrial Engineering Concerns or DFM submission documentation as required.
Presenting Industrial Engineering data and models across function to Engineering, Finance and Management to support DFM and UPC Cost Management activities to support process improvement and product commonality opportunities.
Demonstrating a good understanding of datum structure and be able to identify functional datum features and key characteristics as designs are created with the additional ability to analyse tolerances and present tolerance stack guidelines for a given assembly or structure.
Manufacturing Engineering
Support Manufacturing Engineering providing tooling designs and facility planning solutions, delivering CAD model data identifying key interface requirements to engineered components with tooling models.

If you feel the role is for you, either at the top end, or if you feel that it is role that you could develop into, then please apply with your CV in WORD format.
Equally should you feel this role is of interest and have salary expectations slightly above the range, please indicate as the client is likely to consider applications on a case by case basis