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Dudley, United Kingdom
We are actively looking for HGV Mechanics to join one of our specialist clients based in the Birmingham area on a minimum 12 month rolling contract with pay increases after 6 months and 12 month reviews. Due to new projects starting this company is looking for a number of experienced HGV Mechanics or Coach Builders to join their team. On a 12 month rolling contract starting at £18 an hour with pay raising to £21/£22 an hour after successful training and performance reviews. This role will involve working on gearbox and axle re-work and replacements to meet new requirements for the vehicles. Location: Birmingham (Travel Required) Hours: 50 + a week Rolling 12 Contract £18 an hour (up to £21/£22 following reviews) Company Vehicle (after passing probation) If you have experience working as a Mechanic or Technician on Buses, Coaches, HGV or Trains then I would like to here from you, the client is looking for the successful candidates to start ASAP. If you would like to be considered then please send your CV to Jack.email@example.com or call on 01908 222880. Alternatively if this role is not for you, but you know of anyone who may be of interest, please send this email on. If you can recommend anyone and we place them, we can send you vouchers based on our referral reward scheme. TXM Recruit is an equal opportunities employer. If you have any specific requirements or require assistance or reasonable adjustments to be made for you during the selection process due to disability or long-term health condition, we will do our best to assist you.
Process Improvement Engineer
TXM Recruit are working closely with a hugely successful international company to recruit for a Manufacturing Engineer to work at their Crewe site. This really is a great opportunity to work with a world leader and continue building and progressing your career. The company are based in the Rail Industry and they overhaul wheel sets, bogies, pantographs and are the UK market leader with 40% of the market share. The site is very operationally focussed and have been on a company turnaround for the last 10 years investing in the site on new equipment (£9m million in past 5 years) to improve the quality of their work and the performance of their business. The facility is now one of the best cost in Europe and have a 99% right first time on time delivery of their products. They have a stable stream of business and have an excellent reputation within the Industry. They are investing a further 3 - 4 million pound on digital technology for the site. PURPOSE OF THE ROLE As the Manufacturing Engineer you will be playing a key role in an ongoing significant capital improvement and reorganisation project of the existing Manufacturing and Assembly processes at the Crewe Site, ensuring the business remains a market leader in the rail industry. This will be a varied role leading to involvement in Site Service activities, improvement methodology and coordination and planning skills to achieve the desired company objectives and efficient installation of plant and equipment The successful candidate will be able to assess the current status, recommend improvements to existing processes or justification of new plant and equipment supporting efficiency and capacity increases across the site in line with company expectations. S/he shall provide and execute a standard approach to new product introduction across all Manufacturing and Assembly areas leading multi-disciplined teams through the process. The company is making significant long term investments in the site and we are looking for an individual to take a leading role and strengthen the Manufacturing Engineering Team. RESPONSIBILITIES Justify capital and revenue expenditure in line with project requirements and company expectations Ensure all project budgets are maintained and achieved within set limits Play a leading role in implementation of project tasks retaining ownership for all actions On a daily basis liaise with suppliers ensuring that they meet agreed targets Develop a clear improvement plan for manufacturing and assembly areas through lean methodology; lead and facilitate the execution of the plan Manage process and product changes to implementation following the NPI process Manage projects on a daily basis ensuring all targets are met Support new business opportunities in the development of value stream mapping, manufacturing build process, and risk assessments (PFMEAs) Coach and facilitate cross-functional teams ensuring all parties have an understanding of project requirements. if you feel this role is suitable and something you can get your teeth stuck into, send me your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org and i will be in touch with all successful candidates.