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Capital Project / Site Engineer

 

Position:

Capital Project / Site Engineer

 

Main Purpose of the job

Provide the day to day support for Production processes and departments.

To manage & co-ordinate process equipment and facilities projects.

Liaise across various business professionals to deliver manufacturing solutions to Production related issues.

Manage large capital projects.

Responsibilities:

Work closely with Design, Production & Maintenance Teams.

Compile work method instructions (SOPs)- design new/modified systems & processes to overcome manufacturing/process issues.

Specify, purchase, install & commission new machinery, equipment, tools & processes to improve or maintain the manufacturing processes.

Control & selection of contractors & equipment suppliers.

Improve & maintain factory layout to achieve better material flows & process controls.

Design, specify & purchase new jigs fixtures and templates whilst maintain & improve existing jigs fixtures & templates.

Identify & implement process improvement with the aid of data management techniques.

Supervising external contractors where necessary.

Create, develop & submit for approval Capital projects.

Maintain Capital project budgetary control.

Qualifications:           

HNC or Degree with experience of manufacturing industry. Preference given to those who have a time served apprenticeship.

Knowledge and Experience:

Experience working as a Production Engineer

Experience handling Equipment & Buildings projects

Experience in CAD systems (3D preferred, 2D essential)

Lean manufacturing techniques

Knowledge and experience of the CDM Regs

Contractor control

NEBOSH/IOSH Training (preferred)

Attributes:

Strong problem solving & analytical skills

Good communication skills

Competent in the use of computers

Must be able to work on their own initiative and as part of a team

Normal Hours of work: 

Monday to Thursday 8.00am to 5.00pm. Friday 8.00am to 1.00pm. 39 Hours per week. The post holder would be required to work the hours necessary to fulfil the requirements of the role.

How to Apply:

Interested candidates should submit their CV and covering letter indicating your current salary by email to recruitment@erwinhymergroup.co.uk or internal application forms to Susan Dunwiddie or Hayley Gibson quoting Ref 5159.

Closing date:

18 Dec 2017