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**8 X Manufacturing Engineer required on a contract basis in Derby, paying £26-£28 per hour to start ASAP **
Our client is a well renowned manufacturer within the rail industry, and it is in need of a manufacturing engineer to join its team to help deliver the most advanced vehicles in its category.
Key Responsibilities and Skills Required:
- To liaise with Engineering to ensure the design of rail vehicles meets the requirements of the manufacturing philosophy.
- To create Manufacturing documentation (Level4's, Assembly Books, HSE documentation, problem notifications, tooling request forms).
- Budget times achieved for the production of Methods documentation.
- Write Assembly books to enable manufacturing to build vehicles in line with the company's manufacturing process.
- Create Level 4 plans to follow blue book bid hours for each stage / project.
- Create bay layouts to follow the flow line manufacturing process.
- Investigate issues with the product to establish design solutions with engineering.
- Attend design reviews with engineering function to validate design solutions.
- Lead production in the building or the first vehicle of each type.
- Support the implementation of Modifications into the production line.
- Validate production hours in line with Level 4 plans.
- Previous experience in manufacturing / engineering assembly environment
- Previous experience in working with complex vehicles/machines
- Experience with lean manufacturing techniques, DFMA, APQP and or similar, SAP user ideally
- Experience in writing technical documentation i.e. assembly books
Please send your CV to chloe.ribbans@ARM .co.uk or call me on 02392 228 244 for more information.
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