Senior Manufacturing Engineer

Senior Manufacturing Engineer
  • £40,000 - £45,000 per Annum
  • Permanent
  • Glenrothes, Fife, Scotland, UK Glenrothes Fife UK KY6 2RS
Job Ref: J2159623
Sector: Engineering
Sub-sector: Food & FMCG
Date Added: 01 April 2021
Senior Manufacturing Engineer - Electronics

Are you a Senior Manufacturing Engineer with a Sigma Green or Black Belt? Have you got experience of driving improvements in terms of EHS, NPI, quality, cost and delivery?

If so, then a role working for a blue chip manufacturing company specialising in the electronics market could well be worth applying for.

Reporting into a talented Operations Director, this role is a key hire for the business and the successful applicant will be responsible for a small team with the potential of quick promotion.

The role:

  • Lead and support cross functional LEAN/Six Sigma projects
  • Generate the annual CAPEX plan
  • Execute improvement activity in line with the engineering budget
  • Regular audits of process quality, BOMs, and routings to ensure compliance
  • Drive and maintain EHS responsibilities
  • Liaise with NPI functions to ensure all trials are well planned

The person:

  • Knowledge of implementing lean manufacturing techniques
  • You must have managed a small team previously or at least have mentored people previously
  • Experience of Project Management and the ability to work to tight deadlines is essential
  • Experience in a manufacturing environment is absolutely essential (an industry such an electronics, aerospace, automotive or defence would be ideal)

The qualifications needed:

  • Six Sigma Black Belt is preferred or Green Belt
  • A relevant engineering qualification or HND
  • IOSH Managing Safely certificate

The company:

  • Our client are a large multi-national engineering business who specialise in the electronics industry

01/05/2021 13:35:44
GBP 40000 45000 Annum
Contact Consultant:
Joe Lanigan-Smith

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