Senior Manufacturing Engineer – Paint

  • Norwich
  • Accepting Candidates
  • Permanent
Date Added: Wednesday 3rd January
Senior Manufacturing Engineer – Paint
This is an exciting new opportunity with one of our prestigious Automotive clients for an experienced Senior Manufacturing Engineer to join the existing team.

This is a key role supporting the technical management and maintenance of existing production lines and development. The ideal candidate will be expected to introduce new processes and tooling, to support new products to those lines and will be working within an office, paint shop and production line environment.

The role provides the opportunity to undertake a wide range of tasks and enables the successful candidate to work with many different areas of the business. There will be opportunities to make benefits to the cars business in its day to day activities and influence the way it could operate in the future.
Some of the Key Responsibilities include:
  • Support investigations of concern/problem resolution.
  • Identify build issues / concerns and make relevant the parties aware.
  • Follow all actions for resolution on the Continuous Improvement tracking system.
  • Creation of production manufacturing-assignments, aligned to the manufacturing build requirements (as defined via the Sales & Operations business plan).
  • Study the operations sequence, material flow, fixturing / tooling, process documents / statements, with the aim of improving the line balancing, throughput, and efficient working procedures.
  • Draft and design layout of equipment, materials, and workspace, to illustrate maximum efficiency.
  • Creation / development and maintenance of process sheets, from engineering released data (PCO).
  • Publish clear and concise information, including all aspects of Manufacturing / Method / Machine (tooling) / Material to manufacturing.
  • Identify and evaluate individual training needs for primary operators and provide training plans, to ensure that standardised processes are followed, and that safety and quality documented care-points are adhered to.
  • Support the implementation, control, and closure of Deviations from standard production processes.
  • Support new tooling / fixtures design & development, specification, procurement, installation & commissioning, for the introduction into the manufacturing environment. 

If you have a background in precision paint manufacturing and production engineering and consider yourself to be logical thinker for problem solving and process planning with a positive ‘can do’ attitude, eye for detail, flexibility, methodical and measured approach then we want to hear from you!

What We Offer You:
In addition to a competitive salary, you will have access to the following benefits:
  • 25 days’ holiday plus bank holidays
  • 6% pension contribution
  • Discretionary annual bonus scheme, based on your contribution and the performance of the company
  • And a number of other benefits
For more information or to be considered please click APPLY and submit your latest CV and we will be in touch.
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