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Manufacturing engineer

  • South West, Somerset, Yeovil, UK
  • £30 - £35 per hour
  • Interim/Contract
  • V-58157

Manufacturing Engineer

I’m on the lookout for a Manufacturing Engineer to join a highly reputable and long established company within the Yeovil area. The role of the Manufacturing Engineer is to implement new and improve existing production lines and processes in order to maximise efficiency’s. You will be tasked to design, setup and develop these processes utilising lean principles to optimise productivity. 

 
The client is owned by a globally recognised powerhouse, collectively they employ over 100,000 globally. As the Manufacturing Engineer there will be plenty of opportunities to learn and grow within the business too. 

Manufacturing Engineer Role: 

  • To assist the Technician team in determining the correct TPM activities and schedules.
  • To design, setup and develop production lines / processes utilising lean principles to optimise cell productivity.
  • Review existing production Cells and implement changes to improve labour utilisation.
  • Provide solutions / improvements to address HSE issues
  • Provide support to the manufacturing Cells and drive continuous improvement through RCA.
  • Provide technical / Process support to Engineering Technicians in support of RCA.
  • To ensure that all new or modified processes, equipment and materials are introduced and used in accordance with UK Health and Safety regulations and Company Procedures.
  • Ensuring timely completion of Kaizen ideas
  • Be a key driver in our safety first culture

The successful Manufacturing Engineer: 

  • Ideally Degree Educated and/or Time served apprenticeship in Mechanical or Production Engineering.
  • Minimum of 3 years experience in Manufacturing Engineering related support or suitable discipline.
  • Proven Experience in managing projects is essential.
  • Six Sigma Green Belt qualification (or practical application) is desirable.
  • Hands on practical Engineering skills 
  • Demonstrable RCA problem solving skills.

How to apply for the Manufacturing Engineer Role: 

Please apply for the vacancy. If you are interested in finding out more get in touch with Liam Nother on the below information:
Liam.Nother @holtengineering.co.uk

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Expires: 2024/05/13

Manufacturing Engineering Supervisor

  • South West, Bournemouth, UK
  • £50000 - £55000 per annum
  • Permanent
  • V-58112

Manufacturing Engineering Supervisor

We currently have a position available for an experienced Manufacturing Engineering Supervisor for one of the local area’s largest and most successful manufacturing businesses  
Our client is a worldwide supplier of precision manufactured products provided to several of the globe’s largest industries.

 

As Manufacturing Engineering Supervisor, you will provide experience within production and R&D, leading and supporting project teams on continuous improvement of existing processes.

 

Key responsibilities as Manufacturing Engineering Supervisor:

  • You will be involved in the new product design reviews, offering input for improvement in the manufacturing process and work flows.
  • Lead and nurture a multi-skilled manufacturing engineering team to produce and implement growth, increasing capacity and reducing costs.
  • Be involved with creating programs and instructions to allow manufacturers to meet customer requirements.
  • Have a focus on continuous improvement.

Experience required as Manufacturing Engineering Supervisor:

  • HNC/D in Engineering Mechanical engineering or apprentice trained with a minimum of 5 years of work experience in this area.
  • 2D and 3D CAD, Ideally SolidWorks
  • Organised, high attention to detail.
  • MRP/ERP Savvy
  • Good understanding of CNC workshop protocols and processes

 

Benefits for Manufacturing Engineering Supervisor:

  • Competitive basic salary £50 – £55k DOE
  • Bonus available
  • Generous Pension Scheme
  • Parking on site
  • Early finish on a Friday

 

This is a full-time permanent position for the successful Manufacturing Engineering Supervisor. For more information simply apply now or call Alison on 07483 025038 or e-mail alison.francis@holtengineering.co.uk

 

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Expires: 2024/05/09

Manufacturing Manager

  • South West, Poole, UK
  • £40000 - £45000 per annum, Benefits: Pension, onsite parking
  • Permanent
  • AF-MM

Manufacturing Manager

 
We are partnering with a local manufacturing business in Poole who have a wealth of experience and expertise in their field.

With modern, state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities, our client offers excellent and customer service. Always striving to improve their technology and evolve with the market as necessary.

Our client is now looking for an experienced Manufacturing Manager to help the business continue to flourish.

 
Key responsibilities for Manufacturing Manager

  • Continuously improving the business including and supporting production processes
  • Ensure and promote lean practices and methodology with manufacturing to nurture optimum efficiency and productivity.
  • Drive initiatives to maintain a safe place of work, ensuring all activities are undertaken in accordance with company Health and Safety policies.
  • Able to perform and lead daily manufacturing teams demonstrating strong leadership and situational leadership skills.
  • Ensure customer communication and schedules are maintained and that customer support is maintained throughout.

 

Key skills for Manufacturing Manager

  • You must have a good amount of experience in a similar position within a manufacturing and engineering environment.
  • Be commercially aware with good business acumen.
  • Have high levels of integrity, autonomy, and self-motivation as a role model.
  • Good attention to detail and problem-solving skills
  • Strong communicator with good listening skills

 

Benefits for Manufacturing Manager

  • £40,000 – £45,000 DOE
  • Pension
  • Onsite parking

 

If you would like to apply or know more information, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with Alison Francis by e-mail: alison.francis@holtengineering.co.uk or call on 07483 025038

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Expires: 2024/05/09

Manufacturing Supervisor

  • South West, Poole, UK
  • £30000 - £38000 per annum
  • Permanent
  • V-57796

Manufacturing Supervisor

We are currently partnering with a manufacturing business in Dorset, who deliver an exceptionally high standard of product to a wide variety of sectors. Our client, who are Poole based are now looking for a Manufacturing Supervisor to head a small team of engineers to ensure that processes and techniques achieve the highest standards.

As Manufacturing Supervisor, you will be responsible for actively supporting the day-to-day delivery of work, first-line resolution of problems and mentoring the team to ensure that delivery requirements are met.

Key responsibilities as Manufacturing Supervisor

  • Lead a team of manufacturing operatives and ensuring efficient and resilient production flow.
  • Support and mentor a team of manufacturing operatives, encouraging and coaching, leading from the front
  • Strive for continuous improvement and work with all relevant lean manufacturing techniques and processes
  • Work to improve department/ cell KPI’s

The right person: Manufacturing Supervisor

  • Experienced in both Mechanical and Electrical Engineering
  • Have experience of managing a small manufacturing team or looking to take the next step to lead a team
  • Knowledge of lean manufacturing

Benefits for Manufacturing Supervisor:

  • £30 – 38k Basic Salary DOE
  • Excellent working environment
  • Pension
  • On-site parking

For more information on the position of Manufacturing Supervisor simply apply now or call Alison on 07483 025038 or alison.francis@holtengineering.co.uk


This Job Expired on 2024/03/25

Manufacturing Engineer

  • South East, Portsmouth, UK
  • £60000 - £70000 per annum
  • Interim/Contract
  • LN-916468m

Manufacturing Engineer

I’m on the lookout for a Manufacturing Engineer to join a highly reputable and long established company within the Portsmouth area. The role of the Manufacturing Engineer is to implement new and improve existing production lines and processes in order to maximise efficiency’s. You will be tasked to design, setup and develop these processes utilising lean principles to optimise productivity. 

 
The client is owned by a globally recognised powerhouse, collectively they employ over 100,000 globally. As the Manufacturing Engineer there will be plenty of opportunities to learn and grow within the business too. 

Manufacturing Engineer Role: 

  • To assist the Technician team in determining the correct TPM activities and schedules.
  • To design, setup and develop production lines / processes utilising lean principles to optimise cell productivity.
  • Review existing production Cells and implement changes to improve labour utilisation.
  • Provide solutions / improvements to address HSE issues
  • Provide support to the manufacturing Cells and drive continuous improvement through RCA.
  • Provide technical / Process support to Engineering Technicians in support of RCA.
  • To ensure that all new or modified processes, equipment and materials are introduced and used in accordance with UK Health and Safety regulations and Company Procedures.
  • Ensuring timely completion of Kaizen ideas
  • Be a key driver in our safety first culture

The successful Manufacturing Engineer: 

  • Ideally Degree Educated and/or Time served apprenticeship in Mechanical or Production Engineering.
  • Minimum of 3 years experience in Manufacturing Engineering related support or suitable discipline.
  • Proven Experience in managing projects is essential.
  • Six Sigma Green Belt qualification (or practical application) is desirable.
  • Hands on practical Engineering skills 
  • Demonstrable RCA problem solving skills.

How to apply for the Manufacturing Engineer Role: 

Please apply for the vacancy. If you are interested in finding out more get in touch with Liam Nother on the below information:
Liam.Nother @holtengineering.co.uk


This Job Expired on 2024/02/05

Manufacturing Team Leader

  • South West, Poole, UK
  • £28000 - £30000 per annum, Benefits: onsite parking, on site canteen facilities
  • Permanent
  • AL-56897-3

Manufacturing Team Leader

We are currently partnering with a manufacturing business in Dorset. An established and exciting business who manufacturing a variry of productors fro multiple sectors. As a growing forward-thinking business, they’re now looking to recruit a Manufacturing Team Leader to join their team.

As Manufacturing Team Leader you will be responsible for actively supporting the day-to-day delivery of work, quality training and maintenance escalation, first line resolution of problems and distribution of staff to ensure that daily delivery requirement are met.

Good technical knowledge of the area will be key as this is a hands-on role requiring a rough 50/50 split of direct activity/ team management to help support delivery of product and actions outlined by the production supervisor.

Key responsibilities as Manufacturing Team Leader

  • Lead a team of production operatives and ensure the required training to accomplish an efficient and resilient production flow.
  • To be accountable for an on -time delivery and productivity within your control
  • Monitor and manage labour and machines to ensure the priority needs are met.
  • Always ensure team adherence to procedures and raise concerns to supervisor.
  • Assist with Quality control procedures as required.
  • Responsible for the 5 S’ workplace organisation within area of responsibility
  • To assist the production supervisor in improvements by contributing to initiatives and attending meetings where necessary

The right person: Manufacturing Team Leader

  • To be fully conversant with all operations within sections
  • To deputise Production Supervisor when applicable
  • Work with Health and Safety at Work Policy
  • Actively participate in problem identification and solving within area of responsibility
  • Minimise waste and participate in waste reduction projects as required.
  • Work to achieve or improve departmental KPI’s
  • A leader and motivator, working well as a conducive team player.
  • Strong communicator
  • Mechanical dexterity
  • 5’s experience
  • Manual handling training
  • OEE, TPM, & 5’s

Benefits for Manufacturing Team Leader:

  • £28 – £30k Basic Salary
  • Excellent working environment more information on the position of Manufacturing Team Leader simply apply now or call Alison on 07483 025038 or alison.francis@holtengineering.co.uk.

This Job Expired on 2024/01/31

Senior Manufacturing Engineer

  • South West, Bournemouth, UK
  • £45000 - £50000 per annum, Benefits: Half day fridays, Generous pension scheme, On site parking,
  • Permanent
  • AF-916383

Senior Manufacturing Engineer

We are currently working with a worldwide supplier of precision products covering most industries across the globe, and they are on the lookout for an experienced Senior Manufacturing Engineer to join their growing business.

The company are part of a large global group who are renowned with their niche industry, for supplying quality products and solutions to a range of industries and staying ahead by investing well into R&D. The Senior Manufacturing Engineer will be mainly responsible for guiding production and R&D departments on best practice and most efficient ways in which to build the customers products.

Responsibilities as Senior Manufacturing Engineer:

  • Lead, mentor and build a multiskilled manufacturing engineering team equipped to support production produce existing product lines and implement growth plans to increase capacity and reduce costs.
  • Support projects for new equipment and process implementation as required
  • Improve processes via new tooling strategies to improve yield and reduce cycle time
  • Create, review and amend manufacturing layouts for production operatives to follow
  • Develop operating instructions (MIPs, layouts, inspection guides) and equipment specifications for production activities
  • Creating programs for CNC machines to manufacture components as required.
  • Research / recommend and purchase cutting tools for new and current component production

Experience required as Senior Manufacturing Engineer:

  • HNC/D in Engineering/ Mechanical Engineering or apprentice trained with minimum of 5 years’ proven work experience in this area.
  • Experience with CNC programming languages (Siemens, Fanuc, Mazatrol etc.).
  • Experience programming 5-Axis milling / mill-turn and turning CNC machines.
  • Experience of CAD/CAM software (Solid Edge).
  • Wide understanding of machine shop processes.
  • Experience with of 2D CAD / 3D CAD systems (AutoCAD, Solidworks).
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office software.
  • Knowledge of MRP / ERP systems.

Benefits for the Senior Manufacturing Engineer:

  • 25 days holiday plus Bank Holidays
  • Free on-site parking
  • Generous pension scheme
  • Life assurance
  • 37.25 hours per week (for this role)
  • Early finish on a Friday

This is a full time permanent position for the successful Senior Manufacturing Engineer. For more information simply apply now or call Alison on 07483 025038 or e-mail alison.francis@holtengineering.co.uk


This Job Expired on 2023/12/19

Manufacturing Administrator

  • South West, Poole, UK
  • £23000 - £26000 per annum, Benefits: Pension, Parking on site
  • Permanent
  • AF -56347

Manufacturing Administrator (Flexible Part Time 20 hours)

We are currently partnering with an innovative Engineering Design and Manufacturing business who have transformed themselves into a leading Global brand and premium supplier within their specialism. As a Manufacturing Administrator you will work for an exciting company who serve industries such as Wind Energy, Nuclear, Construction, Marine and Offshore Oil & Gas.   
This Poole based business deliver their products through various channels including resellers, rental partners, direct end users and strong distribution network.

As Manufacturing Administrator, you will assist the day-to-day support functions of a growing business, working with the business systems team and HR Manager. You will be heavily involved with HR administration, QHSE administration, facilities support, business purchasing and general office assistance. This role is a critical support function within the business. This is a challenging role that is varied and developing.
 
 
Key responsibilities as Manufacturing Administrator
 

  • HR administration and support such as: personnel files, promotions, appraisals, job descriptions, recruitment, referencing, employment contracts, holiday requests, training matrixes and leavers.
  • H&S administration and support such as: company vehicle management, training, first aid kit inventories, routine H&S inspections, checks and tests.
  • Facilities administration and support such as: arranging contractors e.g. cleaner, landscapers and electrician etc, maintaining cleaning and kitchen supplies and stock level management.
  • General business administration, purchasing and support such as: IT/telecoms equipment, factory supplies, PPE, furniture, and office stationery.
  • Managing office events and niceties such as Christmas, socials, birthday, and welcome cards.
  • Liaising with suppliers, contractors, and agencies for various business services.
  • Answering and dealing with incoming calls politely and professionally.
  • Sales order processing.
  • Greeting visitors to the premises.
  • Writing up meeting minutes and data reporting, as required by Management.
  • Filing, general administrative assistance, and support to ensure the smooth running of the business and upkeep of the premises

 
Experience as Manufacturing Administrator:

  • A minimum of 2-3 years’ experience as a generalist Business Administrator, HR Administrator, H&S Administrator, or similar style roles.
  • Naturally an energetic and supportive team player, displaying a passionate “can do” attitude.
  • Strong administration skills, with a high level of accuracy and attention to detail.
  • The ability to prioritise tasks and a varied workload to consistently achieve targets and deadlines.
  • A tactful and diplomatic individual, demonstrating a high level of accountability and confidentiality.
  • Good interpersonal skills for dealing with employees, visitors, and customers professionally and politely.
  • This is a role that spans multiple disciplines e.g. HR, H&S, Facilities and general administration and reception duties etc, so you must be willing to embrace all aspects of the role, and learn/develop your skills in any areas which you may not already have working experience.
  • Proficient in MS Office including Word, PowerPoint, Excel and Outlook.
  • Previous HR Training such as CIPD Level 3 or ACAS would be highly advantageous but is not essential.
  • Previous H&S Training such as IOSH or ROSPA would be highly advantageous but is not essential.


Benefits
:

  • £23,000 – £26,000 Basic Salary DOE  (Part time 20 hours per week) Pro rata
  • Free Onsite parking
  • Showers and changing facilities onsite
  • Periodic cost of living salary reviews
  • Monthly summer BBQ’s
  • Group Life Cover
  • Wellbeing Independent Employee Assistance
  • Eyecare vouchers for relevant staff
  • 20 days holiday pus Christmas Shutdown Plus Bank Holidays ( Pro rata )

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


This Job Expired on 2023/12/19

Manufacturing Engineer

  • East Anglia, Cambridgeshire, Cambridge, UK
  • £40000 - £45000 per annum
  • Permanent
  • V-56805

Manufacturing Engineer

Manufacturing Engineer Salary – £40,000 – £45,000

 

The Company:

 

My client, a market-leader in products and services for aircraft interior are Looking for a well accomplished Manufacturing Engineer to join their team on a permanent basis. Utilising the best industry specialists, they manufacture, maintain, design and certify cabin interiors for the biggest airlines around. This is an opportunity you don’t want to miss!

 

 

Manufacturing Engineer Role and Responsibilities:

 

  • Develop and maintain production systems to meet product delivery goals within specified quality and cost parameters.
  • Enhance process efficiency and eliminate waste through continuous improvement initiatives employing lean techniques and value engineering.
  • Provide support for product design optimization for manufacturability and assembly.
  • Assist in product Computer-Aided Manufacturing/Engineering (CAM/CAE) activities.
  • Contribute to the selection and design of cutting tools, work holding tools, and moulds.
  • Develop and oversee validation plans to ensure technically sound solutions.
  • Manage project plans and budgets, identify capital equipment needs, analyse material usage, and troubleshoot problems while identifying opportunities for business improvement.

 

Manufacturing Engineer Requirements:

 

  • Familiarity with materials and the processes involved in manufacturing.
  • Understanding of fundamental design concepts.
  • Familiarity and practical exposure to analysis of failure modes and their effects, advanced planning for product quality, the approval process for production parts, and efficient manufacturing methodologies is considered advantageous. (FMEA, APQP, PPAP)
  • Practical understanding of aerospace-related products and their respective production methods.
  • Familiarity with the manufacturing of composite materials.

 

Manufacturing Engineer Benefits:

 

  • Health Cash Back Plan
  • Employee assistance 24/7
  • Site specific Pay deal each year ( 6% for 2022 and 4% for 2023- the next pay deal is July 2024)
  • Pension Contribution 4%
  • 33 Annual Leave Days (incl. 8 bank holidays)

 

 

 

What Next?

 

If you’re a skilled Manufacturing Engineer and think you would be suitable to this role, please call or message me on 07483 100630 or Oliver@holtengineering.co.uk


This Job Expired on 2023/12/19

Manufacturing Engineer

  • South West, Bournemouth, UK
  • £30000 - £40000 per annum, Benefits: Pension, Early finish Friday 37 Hour week
  • Permanent
  • V-57325

Manufacturing Engineer

 

We are currently partnering with a local manufacturing and engineering business who are the World leaders and experts in their field. With proven experience and pioneering techniques, our client offers high quality products and service with the capability to design and manufacture onsite. Our client is looking for an experienced Manufacturing Engineer to join their team in Bournemouth.

 
As Manufacturing Engineer, you will support manufacturing on the following areas: Quality and Continuous Improvement, Equipment and Tool design, process design, production.

 
Key Responsibilities as Manufacturing Engineer

  • You will review new designs and raise work instructions to help support the production team.
  • Hold risk assessments of processes.
  • Uphold and improve continuous improvement to enhance the capability of existing processes.
  • Ensure the accuracy of manufacturing engineering procedures and documents.
  • Be involved with and support jig and fixture and tool design when required.
  • Root cause analysis

Experience as Manufacturing Engineer

  • It is critical that you have experience within a manufacturing environment.
  • Solid composites knowledge and experience
  • FMEA, PPAP, APQP and Lean manufacturing experience
  • A degree in a relevant manufacturing/ engineering discipline is desirable.
  •  Engineering graduates considered.
  • Capable of working efficiently within a diverse and dynamic environment
  • Technically minded.

 

Benefits for Manufacturing Engineer:

  • £30 -£40K Basic Salary DOE
  • 25 days holiday plus BH
  • 37-hour week
  • Early finish Fridays

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

 


This Job Expired on 2023/12/14