Lead Manufacturing Engineer

Recruiter
Guidant Group
Location
Portsmouth
Posted
16 May 2018
Closes
21 May 2018
Sector
Engineering
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Our client is a world leader in the design and manufacture of satellite systems. Their activities cover complete civil and military telecommunications and Earth observation systems, science and navigation programmes, together with avionics and a wide range of space equipment and associated ground infrastructure.

They are recruiting for a Lead Manufacturing Engineer to work on high-value Earth Navigation Space Mission projects within an international company. This is a Contract position for 6 months and will be based in Portsmouth, Hampshire.

Job Purpose

The Manufacturing Engineer acts as the main technical Manufacturing interface into a Product Line/Integrated Project Team. They must ensure the alignment of the design of all make items with the manufacturing capability of the business to meet quality, cost and schedule requirements and co-ordinate any developments where necessary.

Key Accountabilities

· Manage all aspects of New Product Introduction to Manufacturing and Facilities for areas of responsibility, ensuring that all technical, programme and cost issues are executed according to the Company standards and Customer satisfaction.
· Deliver all Manufacturing Engineering inputs (Work Instructions, routings, cost models, proposals etc) in line with the business processes.
· Identify any Manufacturing facility or capability limitations preventing successful project completion and work across the team to resolve the issues.
· Provide manufacturing technical support to problem solving activities including NCRs, IRB/NRBs and Kaizans.
· Identify operational performance and technical risks through systematic monitors and propose mitigations/resolutions.
· Deliver continuous improvement activities to progress the capabilities of Manufacturing and ensure the ongoing competitivity of the Product Line.
· Champion implementation of Design for Manufacture and Assembly methodologies for New Product Introduction demanding use of standard and qualified processes as much as is possible.
· Implement / conform to all Company health, safety, environment and statutory policies within the Manufacturing organisation.
· Implement the Product Line Manufacturing strategy.
· Continuously develop own Manufacturing Engineering skill base. Demonstrate ownership and accountability.

Experience, Skills and Qualifications

· Degree or equivalent professional experience. Strong experience of Engineering within the space, aerospace or military electronics engineering sector.
· Experience and knowledge of high reliability electronics, surface mount assembly and RF products.
· Familiar with all aspects of the project life cycle from design to production, including formal reviews, programme control, risk management, cost control.
· General awareness of Manufacturing Systems (CAD, CAM, Manufacturing Execution System, SAP, Technical Publications, etc.) relevant to the business
· Experienced in working within a matrix structure. Demonstrable team-working skillset
· Proactive, with the proven ability to implement change to the benefit of the business.
· Excellent interpersonal skills with ability to communicate with people of all levels of the business.

If you have the skills and experience to be considered for this role, please apply on-line.

The recruiter has stated that all applicants for this job should be able to prove they are legally entitled to work in the UK. Carbon60 is a trading name of Carbon60 Limited an Employment Business/Agency.

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