Manufacturing Engineer Contract- Injection Moulding

Employer
Enterprise Recruitment Ltd
Location
Royston, UK
Salary
Competitive
Closing date
8 Oct 2020

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Sector
Engineering
Contract Type
Permanent
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Manufacturing Engineer - Contract

Plastic Injection Moulding

This is a contract role, initially for 12 months with possible extension after this..

A Manufacturing Engineer is required to join an expanding high-tech scientific organisation. You will play a vital role in the manufacturing of a state of the art product range used in the pharmaceutical and biotech industries worldwide.

This role will support a manufacturing unit that processes bought in plastic components which are then assembled to create in-house products art small -medium volumes.

The product range is complex and involves intricate mechanical, electronics and software principles so you will need to have a strong background of working with hi-the machinery.

As a Manufacturing Engineer, some of your daily tasks will include; working with designers and engineers to give design for manufacture input during the development process, working with the procurement team to develop an efficient and high quality supply chain.

You will also be responsible for improving the efficiency of production using best practice methods, as well as solving manufacturing issues by providing guidance, performing root cause analysis, and implementing solutions such as jigs and fixtures or design and process changes.

Manufacturing Engineer requirements:
  • Experience of working with plastic injection moulded products
  • Experience of the design of jigs and fixtures for manufacturing.
  • Good knowledge of NPI processes.
  • Experience in development and maintaining manufacturing documentation.
  • Sound understanding of Design for Manufacture (DfM).
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