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Reliability Engineering Manager - Electro-Mechanical Systems

Employer
Vector Recruitment Ltd
Location
UK
Salary
Competitive
Closing date
11 Dec 2021

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Sector
Engineering
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
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One of the UK`s most exciting technology development companies has a brand new vacancy for a Systems Reliability Manager at their site in Cambridge. This is a role for a very senior Reliability Engineer with a background in high technology and highly regulated, safety critical applications. As the Reliability Manager, you will be responsible for the overall technical planning and overview of group activities and identifying and growing technical capabilities to support product reliability. This will include utilising your analytical test experience to create bespoke test environments and rigs for a combination of software, electronics and electro-mechanical hardware focused arenas.

You will be joining a truly exceptional organisation undergoing rapid growth due to the huge success that their market disruptive technology is having on the healthcare industry. You will be an integral member of the R&D team developing robust system tests for brand-new products which are being used to quite literally save people's lives!

Due to the high-compliance and safety critical industry, the Systems Reliability Manager should be from a similar highly regulated industry such as medical or healthcare devices, aerospace, automotive etc.

Requirements:
  • A good degree in a technical/scientific discipline or extensive experience in a similar role
  • Proven track record in a similar leadership or management role of a Systems Test Engineer / Reliability Engineer with experience in the design or manufacture of safety critical systems
  • Technical expertise in at least one area of design or manufacturing such as mechanical, electronic or electrical engineering
  • Familiar with risk management processes including RCA, FMEA and Hazard Analysis
  • Experience of planning and executing tests from requirements
  • Great knowledge of manufacturing processes/environment
  • Ideally having good exposure to Device Risk Management

Following being highly advantageous:
  • Verification of medical devices
  • Preferably having experience of coding in Python, source control and processing log files
  • Experience in robotics or complex electromechanical systems
  • Experience of working in a highly regulated industry (Medical, Aerospace or Automotive)
  • Experience of delivering products to market

Vacancy location: Cambridgeshire ( commutable from Cambridge, Newmarket, Huntingdon, Stevenage, Harlow etc)
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