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Continuous Improvement Engineer

  • South West, Poole, UK
  • £48000 per annum
  • Permanent
  • V-56022

Continuous Improvement Engineer

We are currently partnering with a globally renowned manufacturing business on their business growth, and part of that is the requirement for more skilled staff including this vacancy for a Continuous Improvement Engineer. 

The group this business is a part of service some of the globes largest and most critical industries, and the company itself has existed for well over a century. Continuous Improvement Engineer will report directly to the production manager.

Continuous Improvement Engineer Responsibilities

  • Ensure all reports are up to date and submitted on time.
  • Provide strong leadership, direction, and support for Continuous Improvement initiatives.
  • Use Lean tools to identify and eliminate non-value-added activities.
  • Help plan the layout of operations/office areas using Lean tools.
  • Maintain the implementation plan for the Lean strategy.
  • Lead Continuous Improvement activities, such as SOPs, Kaizen events, and SMED.
  • Track and report the results of Continuous Improvement and Lean activities.
  • Identify performance trends.
  • Work closely with all departments to ensure Continuous Improvement is implemented and sustained.
  • Deliver in-house training in the basics of Lean.
  • Update KPIs to ensure targets are met.
  • Provide concise and accurate information for management reports.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.


Continuous Improvement Engineer Qualifications

Essential:

  • 4 GCSEs including grade C or above in English and Maths or equivalent qualification or experience.
  • Ability to demonstrate a positive can-do attitude and work calmly under pressure.
  • Strong team player with the ability to influence and coach others.
  • Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written.
  • Committed to working to deadlines and determined to see a job through to a satisfactory conclusion.
  • Good project management and facilitation skills.
  • High level of attention to detail.
  • PC Literate in PowerPoint, Outlook, Word, and Excel.
  • Excellent organizational and administrative skills.
  • Demonstrable experience in the application of Continuous Improvement and Lean principles.
  • Desire to succeed and progress.
  • Demonstrable experience in implementing and effectively facilitating Continuous Improvement tools and techniques.

Desirable

  • Operations or Engineering background with a thorough understanding and experience of quality, safety, maintenance, machining, assembly, and test.

This is a full time permanent position for the successful Continuous Improvement Engineer. For more information simply apply now or call Nathan on 07921479890.


This Job Expired on 2023/12/13

Continuous Improvement Manager

  • South West, Dorset, Ferndown, UK
  • £50000 - £55000 per annum, Benefits: Parking on site, Pension, reputable business
  • Permanent
  • V-57307

Continuous Improvement Manager

We are currently partnering with an innovative company that provide safety critical solutions to help nuclear, space and aerospace as well as industrial companies.  A Global Engineering business who are a design and manufacture leader -Providing exceptional expertise is vital when working with clients whose processes operate in extreme environments.  Our client is looking for an individual who can operate in the capacity of Continuous Improvement Manager

As Continuous Improvement Manager you will drive continuous improvement by delivering results in safety, quality, delivery, cost, culture, material, and information. Identifying and actioning opportunities for improvement, you will look to improve efficiency, reduce cost, and waste and improve overall quality.

This position will be responsible for leading multi-functional teams to deliver the projects in complex environments.

 
Key Responsibilities as Continuous Improvement Manager:

  • Offering sound leadership and coaching, leading, and facilitating continuous improvement opportunities, driving cultural change -implementing best practices
  • Standardise improvement tools and techniques across the business ie: Value stream mapping, waste identification, SIPOC, 5S Root Cause Analysis as Appropriate for the business.
  • Work alongside all departments identifying process opportunities to improve quality, customer service, unit cost, safety, and compliance.
  • Encouraging a strength-based approach.
  • Providing a direct hands-on support to areas of the business in immediate need while coaching local improvement talent to develop long term sustainability.

 

Experience as Continuous Improvement Manager:

  • Ideally a bachelor’s degree or equivalent combination of education and work experience
  • Proven experience in Lean Manufacturing/ Six Sigma/ Project Management
  • Experience in multiple functions ie: production, materials, manufacturing engineering, QA, E, H & S, purchasing etc
  • Demonstrable experience of application of lean techniques such as 5S, root cause analysis, value stream mapping, Kaizen, SIPOC, TQM, JIT, TAKT
  • Excellent business acumen, commercially astute
  • A good understanding of Quality Systems and measures
  • Ability to obtain security clearance up to SC level.

 

Benefits for Continuous Improvement Engineer:

  • Competitive basic salary up to £50k – £55k DOE
  • Pension scheme
  • Flexible working
  • Reputable

 

This is a full-time permanent position for the successful Continuous Improvement Manager. For more information simply apply now or call Alison on 07483 025038 or alison.francis@holtengineering.co.uk

 

 


This Job Expired on 2023/12/12

Continuous Improvement Engineer

  • South West, Poole, UK
  • £48000 per annum
  • Permanent
  • V-56022

Continuous Improvement Engineer

We are currently partnering with a globally renowned manufacturing business on their business growth, and part of that is the requirement for more skilled staff including this vacancy for a Continuous Improvement Engineer. 

The group this business is a part of service some of the globes largest and most critical industries, and the company itself has existed for well over a century. Continuous Improvement Engineer will report directly to the production manager.

Continuous Improvement Engineer Responsibilities

  • Ensure all reports are up to date and submitted on time.
  • Provide strong leadership, direction, and support for Continuous Improvement initiatives.
  • Use Lean tools to identify and eliminate non-value-added activities.
  • Help plan the layout of operations/office areas using Lean tools.
  • Maintain the implementation plan for the Lean strategy.
  • Lead Continuous Improvement activities, such as SOPs, Kaizen events, and SMED.
  • Track and report the results of Continuous Improvement and Lean activities.
  • Identify performance trends.
  • Work closely with all departments to ensure Continuous Improvement is implemented and sustained.
  • Deliver in-house training in the basics of Lean.
  • Update KPIs to ensure targets are met.
  • Provide concise and accurate information for management reports.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.


Continuous Improvement Engineer Qualifications

Essential:

  • 4 GCSEs including grade C or above in English and Maths or equivalent qualification or experience.
  • Ability to demonstrate a positive can-do attitude and work calmly under pressure.
  • Strong team player with the ability to influence and coach others.
  • Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written.
  • Committed to working to deadlines and determined to see a job through to a satisfactory conclusion.
  • Good project management and facilitation skills.
  • High level of attention to detail.
  • PC Literate in PowerPoint, Outlook, Word, and Excel.
  • Excellent organizational and administrative skills.
  • Demonstrable experience in the application of Continuous Improvement and Lean principles.
  • Desire to succeed and progress.
  • Demonstrable experience in implementing and effectively facilitating Continuous Improvement tools and techniques.

Desirable

  • Operations or Engineering background with a thorough understanding and experience of quality, safety, maintenance, machining, assembly, and test.

This is a full time permanent position for the successful Continuous Improvement Engineer. For more information simply apply now or call Nathan on 07921479890.


This Job Expired on 2023/12/06

Continuous Improvement Co-ordinator

  • South West, Poole, UK
  • £10000 - £100000 per annum
  • Permanent
  • V-56022

Continuous Improvement Co-ordinator

We are currently partnering with a globally renowned manufacturing business on their business growth, and part of that is the requirement for more skilled staff including this vacancy for a Continuous Improvement Co-ordinator. 

The group this business is a part of service some of the globes largest and most critical industries, and the company itself has existed for well over a century. Continuous Improvement Co-ordinator will report directly to the production manager.

Continuous Improvement Co-ordinator Responsibilities

  • Ensure all reports are up to date and submitted on time.
  • Provide strong leadership, direction, and support for Continuous Improvement initiatives.
  • Use Lean tools to identify and eliminate non-value-added activities.
  • Help plan the layout of operations/office areas using Lean tools.
  • Maintain the implementation plan for the Lean strategy.
  • Lead Continuous Improvement activities, such as SOPs, Kaizen events, and SMED.
  • Track and report the results of Continuous Improvement and Lean activities.
  • Identify performance trends.
  • Work closely with all departments to ensure Continuous Improvement is implemented and sustained.
  • Deliver in-house training in the basics of Lean.
  • Update KPIs to ensure targets are met.
  • Provide concise and accurate information for management reports.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.


Continuous Improvement Co-ordinator Qualifications

Essential:

  • 4 GCSEs including grade C or above in English and Maths or equivalent qualification or experience.
  • Ability to demonstrate a positive can-do attitude and work calmly under pressure.
  • Strong team player with the ability to influence and coach others.
  • Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written.
  • Committed to working to deadlines and determined to see a job through to a satisfactory conclusion.
  • Good project management and facilitation skills.
  • High level of attention to detail.
  • PC Literate in PowerPoint, Outlook, Word, and Excel.
  • Excellent organizational and administrative skills.
  • Demonstrable experience in the application of Continuous Improvement and Lean principles.
  • Desire to succeed and progress.
  • Demonstrable experience in implementing and effectively facilitating Continuous Improvement tools and techniques.

Desirable

  • Operations or Engineering background with a thorough understanding and experience of quality, safety, maintenance, machining, assembly, and test.

This is a full time permanent position for the successful Continuous Improvement Co0ordinator. For more information simply apply now or call Nathan on 07921479890.


This Job Expired on 2023/10/23

Process Improvement Engineer

  • West Midlands, Stourbridge, UK
  • £32000 - £35000 per annum
  • Permanent
  • V-56434

Process Engineer

We are currently on the lookout for a Process Engineer to join our client who specialises in producing high-quality, technically challenging Stainless Steel & iron castings.

The ideal candidate is a crucial member of a team, who is able to maintain a high level of reliability, punctuality, determination and organisation. The role requires excellent communication skills and a positive attitude as you are going to assist team members to complete daily tasks for the department.

Process Engineer responsibilities

  • Pursuit for development and methodology of parameters that produce sound castings
  • Pioneer design modifications needed to enhance the quality, reduce lead time, tooling and manufacturing costs.
  • Optimise methods of manufacturing and layout of tooling/ rigging
  • Advance and support operational methodology of simulation software
  • Liaise with customers, machinists, sub-contract processors of VFL castings
  • Achieve agreed monthly business plan objectives

Process Engineer requirements

  • Previous foundry work experience is esential
  • Previous work experience as a process engineer
  • High knowledge pf process engineering software systems
  • Knowledge of Lean Six Sigma and other process improvement methodologies
  • Previous experience working with CAD and AutoCAD
  • Advanced technical skills

This is a full-time permanent position for the successful Process Engineer. For more information simply apply now or call Wiktoria on 07483 069100.


This Job Expired on 2023/09/28

Continuous Improvement Engineer

  • South West, Poole, UK
  • £10000 - £100000 per annum
  • Permanent
  • V-56022

Continuous Improvement Engineer

We are currently partnering with a globally renowned manufacturing business on their business growth, and part of that is the requirement for more skilled staff including this vacancy for a Continuous Improvement Engineer. 

The group this business is a part of service some of the globes largest and most critical industries, and the company itself has existed for well over a century. Continuous Improvement Engineer will report directly to the production manager.

Continuous Improvement Engineer Responsibilities

  • Ensure all reports are up to date and submitted on time.
  • Provide strong leadership, direction, and support for Continuous Improvement initiatives.
  • Use Lean tools to identify and eliminate non-value-added activities.
  • Help plan the layout of operations/office areas using Lean tools.
  • Maintain the implementation plan for the Lean strategy.
  • Lead Continuous Improvement activities, such as SOPs, Kaizen events, and SMED.
  • Track and report the results of Continuous Improvement and Lean activities.
  • Identify performance trends.
  • Work closely with all departments to ensure Continuous Improvement is implemented and sustained.
  • Deliver in-house training in the basics of Lean.
  • Update KPIs to ensure targets are met.
  • Provide concise and accurate information for management reports.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.


Continuous Improvement Engineer Qualifications

Essential:

  • 4 GCSEs including grade C or above in English and Maths or equivalent qualification or experience.
  • Ability to demonstrate a positive can-do attitude and work calmly under pressure.
  • Strong team player with the ability to influence and coach others.
  • Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written.
  • Committed to working to deadlines and determined to see a job through to a satisfactory conclusion.
  • Good project management and facilitation skills.
  • High level of attention to detail.
  • PC Literate in PowerPoint, Outlook, Word, and Excel.
  • Excellent organizational and administrative skills.
  • Demonstrable experience in the application of Continuous Improvement and Lean principles.
  • Desire to succeed and progress.
  • Demonstrable experience in implementing and effectively facilitating Continuous Improvement tools and techniques.

Desirable

  • Operations or Engineering background with a thorough understanding and experience of quality, safety, maintenance, machining, assembly, and test.

This is a full time permanent position for the successful Continuous Improvement Engineer. For more information simply apply now or call Nathan on 07921479890.


This Job Expired on 2023/09/22

Continuous Improvement Engineer

  • South West, Poole, Poole, UK
  • £10000 - £100000 per annum
  • Permanent
  • V-56022

We are very excited to be working with a globally renowned manufacturing business in supporting their growth, and part of that is the requirement for more skilled staff including this vacancy for a Continuous Improvement Engineer here in Poole, Dorset.

This vacancy presents a unique opportunity to join a globally renowned manufacturing business with a century-long legacy and to lead Lean initiatives and make a substantial impact. The role of Continuous Improvement Engineer will report directly to the Production Manager. Apply today!

Continuous Improvement Engineer Responsibilities

  • Ensure all reports are up to date and submitted on time.
  • Provide strong leadership, direction, and support for Continuous Improvement initiatives.
  • Use Lean tools to identify and eliminate non-value-added activities.
  • Help plan the layout of operations/office areas using Lean tools.
  • Maintain the implementation plan for the Lean strategy.
  • Lead Continuous Improvement activities, such as SOPs, Kaizen events, and SMED.
  • Track and report the results of Continuous Improvement and Lean activities.
  • Identify performance trends.
  • Work closely with all departments to ensure Continuous Improvement is implemented and sustained.
  • Deliver in-house training in the basics of Lean.
  • Update KPIs to ensure targets are met.
  • Provide concise and accurate information for management reports.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

Continuous Improvement Engineer Qualifications

  • 4 GCSEs including grade C or above in English and Maths or equivalent qualification or experience.
  • Ability to demonstrate a positive can-do attitude and work calmly under pressure.
  • Strong team player with the ability to influence and coach others.
  • Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written.
  • Committed to working to deadlines and determined to see a job through to a satisfactory conclusion.
  • Good project management and facilitation skills.
  • High level of attention to detail.
  • PC Literate in PowerPoint, Outlook, Word, and Excel.
  • Excellent organizational and administrative skills.
  • Demonstrable experience in the application of Continuous Improvement and Lean principles.
  • Desire to succeed and progress.
  • Demonstrable experience in implementing and effectively facilitating Continuous Improvement tools and techniques.

Desirable

  • Operations or Engineering background with a thorough understanding and experience of quality, safety, maintenance, machining, assembly and test.

This is a full time permanent position for the successful Continuous Improvement Engineer. For more information simply apply now or call Nathan on 07921479890.

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This Job Expired on 2023/09/14

Process Improvement Engineer

  • West Midlands, Stourbridge, UK
  • £32000 - £35000 per annum
  • Permanent
  • V-56434

Process Engineer

We are currently on the lookout for a Process Engineer to join our client who specialises in producing high-quality, technically challenging Stainless Steel & iron castings.

The ideal candidate is a crucial member of a team, who is able to maintain a high level of reliability, punctuality, determination and organisation. The role requires excellent communication skills and a positive attitude as you are going to assist team members to complete daily tasks for the department.

Process Engineer responsibilities

  • Pursuit for development and methodology of parameters that produce sound castings
  • Pioneer design modifications needed to enhance the quality, reduce lead time, tooling and manufacturing costs.
  • Optimise methods of manufacturing and layout of tooling/ rigging
  • Advance and support operational methodology of simulation software
  • Liaise with customers, machinists, sub-contract processors of VFL castings
  • Achieve agreed monthly business plan objectives

Process Engineer requirements

  • Previous foundry work experience is esential
  • Previous work experience as a process engineer
  • High knowledge pf process engineering software systems
  • Knowledge of Lean Six Sigma and other process improvement methodologies
  • Previous experience working with CAD and AutoCAD
  • Advanced technical skills

This is a full-time permanent position for the successful Process Engineer. For more information simply apply now or call Wiktoria on 07483 069100.


This Job Expired on 2023/08/28

Process Improvement Engineer

  • West Midlands, Stourbridge, UK
  • £32000 - £35000 per annum
  • Permanent
  • V-56434

Process Engineer

 

We are currently on the lookout for a Process Engineer to join our client who specialises in producing high-quality, technically challenging Stainless Steel & iron castings.

The ideal candidate is a crucial member of a team, who is able to maintain a high level of reliability, punctuality, determination and organisation. The role requires excellent communication skills and a positive attitude as you are going to assist team members to complete daily tasks for the department.

Process Engineer responsibilities

  • Pursuit for development and methodology of parameters that produce sound castings
  • Pioneer design modifications needed to enhance the quality, reduce lead time, tooling and manufacturing costs.
  • Optimise methods of manufacturing and layout of tooling/ rigging
  • Advance and support operational methodology of simulation software
  • Liaise with customers, machinists, sub-contract processors of VFL castings
  • Achieve agreed monthly business plan objectives

Process Engineer requirements

  • Previous work experience as a process engineer
  • High knowledge pf process engineering software systems
  • Knowledge of Lean Six Sigma and other process improvement methodologies
  • Previous experience working with CAD and AutoCAD
  • Advanced technical skills

 

This is a full-time permanent position for the successful Process Engineer. For more information simply apply now or call Wiktoria on 07483 069100.


This Job Expired on 2023/08/07

PCB Inspector

  • South East, Hampshire, Fareham, UK
  • £11 - £12.50 per hour
  • Interim/Contract
  • V-56377-4

Holt Engineering is looking for a PCB Inspector for a growing manufacturing business in Fareham!

As a PCB Inspector, you will be responsible for:
Goods in stage, and final inspection of electrical & electronic assemblies. To work with the quality team to aid the development of Quality Assurance documents, plans, procedures and process flows. To identify quality problems and where appropriate provide the quality controller recommended corrective and preventive actions.
 
Key Responsibilities for PCB Inspector: 

  • Goods in, stage & Final Inspection of PCB’s, Electrical & Electronic Assemblies.
  • Calibrated Tool control issuing & approval.
  • Assist with First Article Inspection IAW AS EN ISO 9100.
  • Assist in the resolution of quality-related problems.
  • To work with the Quality Controller to develop, improve & maintain quality standards across the areas of responsibility.
  • To work with the Quality Controller to ensure that the key performance targets of quality, productivity, on-time delivery are met.
  • Proactively advise management of any issues that may affect delivery & or quality.
  • Ensure that all Health and Safety, housekeeping, quality, and environmental policies and procedures are adhered to.
  • Provide QA support as necessary.
  • To assist the Quality Controller in the diagnosis of quality problems.

Qualifications:

  • Must have Industry Standard Inspection Qualifications (IPC).
  • Awareness & understanding of QMS Disciplines IAW BS EN ISO 9001:2008 & AS EN 9100.
  • Awareness & understanding of ESD Controls.
  • Reading & understanding Complex Engineering Drawings & Instructions.

For a PCB Inspectort role we will require:

  • Excellent communicator, written and verbal.
  • Analytical
  • Must be able to work under own initiative to solve problems.
  • Motivated
  • Good time management skills.
  • Calm and collected with the ability to work under extreme pressure.
  • Structured and logical approach to problem-solving.

Working hours are Monday to Thursday 7:30-16:30 and Friday 7:30 to 12:30.
** Overtime available! **

The PBC Inspector is a key part of the operations structure, acting as key support for the Quality Controller & is expected to operate within the framework of objectives and targets determined by the Management but with the latitude to pursue initiatives that will enable the department targets to be achieved.

Sounds like a good fit? Please call Hannah on 07843 069096 or APPLY NOW for this advert!

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Expires: 2024/05/16