Our client is a world leader in marine technology and has the world s widest portfolio and service network. They are leading the industry s transformation towards a decarbonised and sustainable future. Their aim is to change the course towards an interconnected and cleaner maritime future
Due to growth in the department, they are now looking for a Manufacturing Engineer to join their team based in Havant.
What are your main tasks and responsibilities?
Analyse and develop manufacturing methods, tools, systems and facilities.
Prepare recommendations about changes that need to be made to manufacturing resources, procedures, facilities, systems and technology.
Implement the new manufacturing technologies and methods.
Liaison with other Engineering departments to implement best practice regarding Design for Manufacture (DFM) and inventory recognition.
Act as a technical expert in manufacturing development daily activities and projects.
Create and maintain required manufacturing documentations.
Create and maintain CADCAM programs / verification and simulation using Edgecam & Vericut.
Support a Continuous Improvement Plan within Manufacturing by developing and implementing new leaner programs, processes/methods, cost reduction initiatives and improving current operations.
Root Cause Analysis of operational/technical issues and associated problem resolution.
Any other reasonable request by management, in line with role and position.
What do they expect from you?
Ability to read and understand engineering drawings and specifications.
Excellent attention to detail.
Detailed knowledge of quality standards.
Proven background in understanding manufacturing processes, ideally with exposure to CADCAM.
Experience/knowledge of programming in ISO/EIA, Fanuc, Heidenhain, Mazatrol Matrix.
Continuous improvement knowledge.
Understanding of the Marine industry is desired but not essential.
Fluent in English, verbal and written.
You must be eligible to undertake and pass a BPSS baseline security clearance as a key requirement for this role. You will also need to be located within travelling distance of the office.
The role is full time, 37.5 hours per week and is offering a competitive salary of up to £33,500 (doe) plus other benefits. To apply for this role, please call Kay on (phone number removed) for more information