Manufacturing Engineer

Location: Washington
Job Type: Contract
Specialisation: Bouw
Salary: Negotiable
Reference: BBBH11079_1662109296
Contact: Chris Wethered
Email: email Chris
Our Washington, Tyne and Wear manufacturing client seeks a Manufacturing Engineer with HND or a foundation degree with a factory background.
This is a twelve-month contract role, inside IR35. The position is forty hours across five days. This is a BPSS security level role.

Your manufacturing engineering background

*Sector experience in either Engineering, Automotive, Rail, Aerospace
*NX programming experience - current
*General understanding of manufacturing methods/processes
*General awareness of Manufacturing Systems and enabling software tools
*Understanding of Manufacturing Engineering processes
*Experience with Non-Conformance Reports
*Professionally Qualified Engineer (e.g., UK minimum HND/foundation degree or another national equivalent)
*Recognised national or international engineering accreditation (e.g., UK IEng or CEng)

Desirable

*Six Sigma Green Belt is ideal

Your responsibilities

*HSE - Ensure that manufacturing processes are in full compliance to Health, Safety & Environmental Standards and meet the expectations of the Zero Harm programme.
*Product Safety - Ensure that manufacturing processes are achieving and sustaining the design intent, and that processes are followed so that our products and those of our suppliers conform to their specification. Rigorously raise, investigate, and resolve safety related issues.
*Quality - Drive a culture of zero defects within the organisation. Works with all functions to reduce risk and drive product Right First Time. Ensure compliance to all relevant company, legislative and technical policies and standards including RRMS, SABRe and Export Control and Intellectual Property requirements.
*Technical Authority - Ensure application of manufacturing process controls within their area of accountability, with authorisation subject to appropriate delegation. Act as MEA or PCA signatory, where applicable.
*Identify and develop opportunities for new or improved manufacturing processes, digital systems, and technologies to meet current or future requirements.
*Planning - Plan and manage activities including schedule, resources, and costs, gaining buy-off and communicating status to relevant stakeholders. Ensure issues and risks are resolved to meet project timescales.
*Develop Capability - Develop, implement, validate, maintain, and continuously improve manufacturing processes, digital systems and/or methods of manufacture which are capable of meeting and continue to meet requirements for safety, quality, cost, delivery rate and lead time. Capture, analyse and use data to demonstrate and improve the current and future capability of manufacturing processes.
*Minimum standards - Working with the Manufacturing Engineering Commodity Leaders and Manufacturing Process Owners, drive manufacturing processes towards identified consistent best practice.
*Collaboration & Knowledge Sharing - Work with interfacing teams and local experts to ensure technical aspects of manufacturing processes and digital systems are understood and accounted for as required. Capture and utilise lessons learnt. Identify, document and share best practice, including by participation in relevant Communities of Practice.
*Develop Talent - Responsible for self-development to meet the required competencies for the role. Continuously seek to expand knowledge and experience to increase effectiveness in undertaking existing and new activities. Provides coaching and technical support to others within their area of competence.
*Build external relationships - Operate beneficial relationships with partners and suppliers to enable delivery of their objectives.

Our Washington, Tyne and Wear manufacturing client seeks a Manufacturing Engineer with HND or a foundation degree with a factory background.
This is a twelve-month contract role, inside IR35. The position is forty hours across five days. This is a BPSS security level role.