Locally abbreviated to MK, Milton Keynes is a large town in the Borough of Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire.
Regarded as one of Britain’s most successful business cities Milton Keynes has attracted over £1 billion of private investment in the last decade, transforming the city's skyline with new architecture, developing the infrastructure needed and creating an unparalleled air of optimism throughout the city.
Milton Keynes has attracted more than 500 inward investors and is home to some of the largest concentrations of North American, European and Asian firms in the UK.
Between 2010 and 2016, business base growth exceeded 34% with Milton Keynes consistently ranked at the top of economic benchmarking surveys
In 2015 Centre for Cities ranked Milton Keynes as number one for job growth in the last decade, the number one location for start-ups outside of London and within the top ten for new patents registered.
Unique by Design Milton Keynes is different. It's the only UK city that has been specifically designed for business growth from its very inception
Work is already underway on the Eastern and Western expansions of the city, amounting to over 700 hectares of new development and which, when completed, will include more than 10,000 new homes and over 100 hectares of employment land making Milton Keynes a prime location for Recruitment industry growth to support its ongoing development.
Maintenance ElectricianMilton Keynes, United Kingdom Maintenance Electrician Milton Keynes £33,000 - £43,000 TXM are working with a successful, rapidly expanding automotive business near Milton Keynes and are looking to recruit a Maintenance Electrician This is a practical technical assistance role, which will include installation, fault finding and de-commissioning of plant and equipment. Responsibilities include: Provide rapid technical assistance in the resolution of equipment and plant malfunctions, carry out fault-finding repairs and refurbishments as necessary. Develop and refine local operating procedures to maximise efficiency and minimise waste Train operators in the safe operation of equipment and promote up-skilling. Develop and maintain process and plant efficiency and utilisation measures to use as a tool for continuous improvement. Continuously strive to eliminate and reduce waste of any kind within the manufacturing process, scrap, re-work and consumables. Develop and implement planned maintenance of jigs, fixtures, plant and other equipment to minimise efficiency losses to production whilst carefully controlling costs. Assist in the integration of new plant and equipment into the production environment. Set and strive to improve housekeeping standards using the 5S approach. What you'll need? Time served apprenticeship with C & G Electrical qualifications plus 17th/18th Edition HNC/ HND Degree in relevant engineering discipline Experience in injection mould tooling procurement and installations Experience of robotic programming (desirable) What's in it for you? Excellent starting salary based on experience. 25 days holiday plus bank holidays. Modern and pleasant working environment. If you are interested please contact Sinead Watson at TXMRecruit by 14/12/2018. 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 Read more
Quality EngineerMilton Keynes, United Kingdom Quality Engineer Bedfordshire £45,000-55,000 Healthcare / Medical Devices An excellent opportunity for an experienced quality assurance/ quality engineer professional to join an established diagnostics company who are continuing to grow through new product development and innovation. They are now looking for Software Quality Engineer or a Quality Engineer who can train & develop into working more specifically on processes for software quality, design control and computer software validation- working to ISO 13485 and IEC 62304 requirements. Software Quality Engineer responsibilities Process and System Development: supports the development and maintenance of the quality management system to ISO 13485; 21 CFR Part 820 & Part 11. appropriate software design lifecycle processes, required for compliance with regulations which primarily include ISO 13485; IEC 62304. Design Control Projects: Works directly with the design & development teams to support compliance with design control requirements specifically for embedded device software. Computer Systems Validation (CSV): Responsible for generating, maintaining and improving CSV procedures. Non-Conformance Management & Audits: Supports the management of any software related deviations, quality issues or non-conformances and resulting CAPAs. Experience and Skills required: You will have Quality Engineer/ Quality Assurance experience from within a Diagnostics or Medical Device organisation (or a similar regulated health industry: biotechnology, pharmaceuticals) ISO 13485 (Medical Devices – Quality Management Systems) IEC 62304 (Medical Device Software – Software Lifecycle) US FDA 21CFR Parts 820 (Quality System Regulation) Able to demonstrate a full understanding of software lifecycle development and testing processes. Able to demonstrate awareness in the use of: ISO 14971 (Risk Management) and AAMI TIR36:2007 (Validation of software for regulated processes) If you are interested in this Quality Engineer opportunity, please contact James Powell here at TXM Recruit. 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. Read more