Manufacturing Engineer Needed in the United Kingdom

Serial No: 124226
Location: United Kingdom - View on map

This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced Manufacturing Engineer to join a young, dynamic and growing company. This a permanent position where you will be required to report and be directed by the Engineering Manager.

Location: United Kingdom

Salary & Benefits

  • £43,000 p/a
  • Benefits package available


The Role

  • Design of production and assembly tooling.
  • Project-management of the introduction of new products and processes, and ensure that these meet the requirements of the business.
  • Identify opportunities that would improve process throughput, cost control and quality which may require additional support or investment.
  • Set up the optimised production routes
  • Analyse solid models and/or drawings, choosing the most efficient method of assembly, understanding of time and equipment required to produce, and interact with the engineering team to suggest design improvements for manufacturability.
  • Manage In-house assemblies.
  • Maintaining and updating computer records.
  • Prepare Risk Assessments for new & existing products and processes and advise in improving Health and Safety procedures and instructions



  • Time served Manufacturing Engineer with Mechanical and Electrical understanding.
  • Time served toolmaker or machine room background with electrical bias for high end products advantageous.
  • Understanding of MRP/ERP systems & procedures and has good software experience with MS Office Excel, PowerPoint, Word etc.
  • Hold extensive experience and expertise in producing “production BOM’s and factory routing for products around an ISO accredited manufacturing organisation.
  • Ability to carry out PFMEA.
  • Be pro-active, a team player with high regard and consideration of others.
  • High attention to detail and ability to achieve high levels of accuracy.


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