Machines and Systems Engineer
£34.00 - £36.16 per hour
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My client is looking for a Machines and Systems Engineer – Assembly Technologies Engineer to join on them on a 12 month contract. As a Machines and Systems Engineer – Assembly Technologies Engineer you will be responsible for defining, developing, delivering and qualifying manufacturing technology projects in the field of but not limited to assembly technologies & systems installation in Filton plant.
Role: Machines and Systems Engineer – Assembly Technologies Engineer
Pay: £36.16 per hour via Umbrella (Inside IR35)
Location: Filton – on site full time
Contract: 12 Months – 35 hours per week Monday – Friday days across 4.5 days (working between 7-7 at business discretion)
* The successful applicant will have the autonomy to develop, deliver and qualify new methods and processes on behalf of the manufacturing technologies assembly team.
* Ensuring timely technical (back-office) support to operations via the ME Shop-support teams for manufacturing technologies and processes being proficient and capable to perform all of the tasks at hand.
* Maintain conformance with all control documentation (AIPI/AIPS /ABP/MI) for Filton Plant assembly technologies including creation of required documentation and qualified assembly processes to new programme development including R&D/R&T programmes.
* You will have the opportunity to work alongside other areas of the Manufacturing
Engineering Industrial Team to identify strategic opportunities to develop and implement across the plant.
* There will be scope to lead a number of different types of projects including; Continuous Improvement Projects, Competitiveness projects, vertical integration capital projects along with qualification of the process in addition to providing technical support to the manufacturing engineering department.
* You will also ensure all employed equipment has defined and monitored maintenance schedules implemented and executed to the defined requirements and all EH&S requirements are met.
* Technical background in manufacturing engineering, manufacturing systems engineering, background knowledge of large component assembly & systems installation within a manufacturing environment will be beneficial.
* Previous experience of project management skills / project budget control.
* Previous experience of developing, implementing and qualifying industrial processes into production.
* Fluent English negotiation level (commercial and technical).
* Analytical skills / Problem solving skills.
* Strong team player.
- Candidate coming from an aerospace background would be ideal – adverse in drilling holes
- Candidate must be willing to get involved and stuck in with the team
- Also open to automotive industry if they have experience of assembly of big structures – working with tolerances etc
- Manufacturing settings – putting machines and systems in place
Education & Training
- Essential – Strong experience in a similar role
- Experience and qualification – Manufacturing or engineering degree holder
- Aerospace ideally but would look at automotive
If you are interested in applying for this position and you meet the requirements, please send your updated CV to: Sarah Budd at Line Up Aviation
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