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Are you in the early stages of your career in production Engineering? Are you looking for that next step, to learn and take on a new challenge? If so please read on…
Our client is an electronics manufacturing company based in Kent, and they are looking for a Production Engineer to join the business and grow within the role.
Playing an integral part within the manufacturing process, you will be responsible for ensuring that all manufacturing resources required for the manufacturing process are available so that the production system can operate smoothly.
What you will be doing:
" Identification of process and equipment requirements to ensure production output and quality can be achieved
" Introduction of new products from initial design & prototypes through to mass production
" Preparation of proposals/justifications for production equipment
" Identify, investigate, and implement production process improvements
" Prepare and maintain process instructions, work instructions, and operation procedures, for all production processes
" To investigate and rectify day to day production problems and repair of test fixtures
" To investigate and repair to component level production failure PCB's
" Design and build electronic circuits to improve test equipment
" Identify potential suppliers of new components/sub-assemblies, working with materials control and quality assurance to ensure the supplier has the necessary processes and controls to supply to the required quality and cost standards
" Essential: HNC in Electrical/Electronic Engineering or equivalent
" Desirable: Certificate courses for manufacturing
" Essential: 2 years' minimum experience within an electrical engineering role
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