£55000 - £65000 per annum
7 days ago
As a Manufacturing Engineering Manager, you will get a salary between £55000 and £65000 dependant on experience.
The Manufacturing Engineering Manager is a senior role responsible for the development of best in class and innovative manufacturing processes, the research and development of the latest manufacturing technologies, the improvement of all production capability and capacity at the Sandiacre and Beeston facilities. The role is the technical authority in the procurement of all new production assets, responsible for maximising the utilisation, efficiency and productivity whilst reducing any direct manufacturing profit impacts, along with ensuring the maximum return on capital investments
Duties of a Manufacturing Engineering Manager would include:
· Responsible for managing a team of direct reports of manufacturing engineers, CAE, CNC programmers and tooling engineers as to maximise performance.
· As technical authority, develop and manage a programme of lean manufacturing change to increase productivity output, improve profits and reduce the cost of poor quality.
· Manage the specification and introduction of the latest manufacturing engineering techniques as to directly improve profitability.
· Manages multiple manufacturing engineering turnkey projects.
· Manages and owns the work instruction and standard operating procedure project, satisfying the levels of governance and compliance as per the information management system.
· Promote the business growth strategy, roadmap, and associated changes, and encourage and rewards a continual improvement mentality.
· Operate in accordance with the Company Quality Assurance System and help improve and develop processes.
Requirements of a Manufacturing Engineering Manager would be:
· Minimum of 8 years’ experience in a machining/heavy engineering environment with a proven track record of Process, Manufacturing Improvement using LEAN techniques.
· Must have deep knowledge and understanding of Manufacturing Production Systems and able to apply them to the work environment, to drive improvement
· Experience of Forging, Casting and Machining along with Assembly
· An Engineering HNC/Degree
· Good understanding of CNC machining technical processes
If you are interested in the position and would like to find out some more details, then please get in touch.