A well-established International Engineering brand are seeking a Process Engineering Leader on a permanent basis, to join their team in Warwick paying an excellent salary of circa £42,000 per annum depending on experience. With 33 days holiday, Pension and Medical benefits all included, this is an opportunity not to miss!
Our client is a leading business within the Engineering industry both in the UK and Internationally. Manufacturing highly engineered components and systems for a wide variety of global markets, their products can be found in and around anything that moves.
They are seeking to recruit a Process Engineering Leader to oversee their maintenance team, you will be responsible for health & safety, continuous improvement and driving quality standards across their production lines.
Manage the Maintenance team and ensure Machinery & Processes are compliant with Health & Safety guidelines
Risk assess and issue permits to work where required for standard & non-standard maintenance activities
Management and optimisation of existing work and technological processes
Design and implementation of new production lines
Assist with the development and improvement of Health & Safety practices in the location for new and existing processes
Driving and developing a lean culture by using Kaizen tools and Value Stream Mapping
Proactively lead and contribute to cost reduction and improvement initiatives, including recommendations for capital expenditure
Maintain and strive to improve housekeeping standards using the 5S+Safety approach.
Work closely with the Quality team for problem solving activities (8D's, 5 Why's, A3's etc.)
Lead and develop team members and provide training as applicable to meet business goals and support career development
Degree qualified in Engineering discipline or equivalent experience in Engineering Role (via technical career progression, Apprenticeship etc.)
Experience in the effective use of problem resolution processes such as A3 or 8D and root cause analysis tools e.g., 5 why analysis, cause & Effect, Design of experiments etc.
Proven experience and demonstrable success in Continuous Improvement best practices Lean & Six Sigma, etc.
Ability to read and interpret technical specifications and drawings
Experience of managing people
Good general production technologies knowledge.
Working Hours: 37.5 hours per week-Monday - Friday 8.30am - 5pm