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Salary: £50,000 pa

Industry: Automotive

Job Type: Permanent

Location: West Midlands

Reference: 27908-ms

Posted at: 18 August 2017

Expiration date: 18 November 2017

Job Purpose: The purpose of this role is to apply specialist knowledge of CAD design, manufacturing and assembly processes to the design of the Underframe across programmes to deliver data ready for release in support of programme timing and objectives.

Key Responsibilities & Tasks:

  • Lead the design engineering of the underframe assembly from concept to production
  • Direct a team of CAD engineers towards design completion
  • Apply knowledge to assembly methods, location and geometric validation
  • Lead the assembly sequence design in liaison with Advanced Manufacturing Engineers
  • Ensure design guidelines are followed
  • Deliver CAD geometry and manufacturing data ready for release to Applications Engineers
  • Woking in conjunction with Concepts team to propose new model Underframe architecture
  • Working in conjunction with the Innovation team to develop new technologies and manage the status and introduction of such technologies into vehicle programmes
  • Understand the current industry best practise in the construction of body structures
  • Influence the package layout, concept development, vehicle engineering and target setting of the vehicle to ensure we can develop an efficient body structure.
  • Manage their own time and plan the development of underframe development in line with program demands.


Qualifications & Experience:

  • Engineering degree (or equivalent) and experience within automotive engineering / product development
  • Proven experience in the delivery of BIW underframe systems and components
  • Extensive experience in body structures or directly relevant body engineering
  • Experience of leadership in body structures design to meet quality, cost and timing
  • Experience in project delivery from concept to serial production
  • Deep understanding of mechanical engineering theory and practise applied to body structure construction, assembly and component manufacture.
  • Detailed understanding of body engineering construction processes
  • Experience in the use of aluminium and composite materials applied to BIW, including extrusions, sheet metal and castings
  • Understanding of BIW joining techniques
  • Knowledge of datum specification and component tolerancing applied to body structure components  Extensive knowledge on Siemens NX CAD system desirable
  • Knowledge of Siemens TeamCenter PLM Systems

 


Salary: £45,000 pa

Industry: Automotive

Job Type: Permanent

Location: West Midlands

Reference: 27909-bu

Posted at: 18 August 2017

Expiration date: 18 November 2017

Job Purpose: The purpose of this role is to develop and deliver the underframe to vehicle programmes whilst offering various archetypical designs according to platform requirements.

Key Responsibilities & Tasks:

  • Create and Manage 5 year commodity strategy plans and get relevant new technologies to IR within agreed function budget and timing
  • Employ the above and develop strategic suppliers with purchasing to ensure innovation and competitiveness
  • Lead the development of engineering targets for the underframe components bottom up including cost, mass and performance. Work with attribute teams to develop vehicle level cascaded targets down to underframe components. Work with vehicle engineering & concept teams to achieve the best balance of these targets to achieve the most efficient design solution
  • Manage platform cost prediction/status for proposed models
  • Predicting future cost, mass and HPC on platform models
  • Consider modularisation vs. new within a platform and successive models
  • Working in conjunction with the Innovation team to develop new technologies and manage the status and introduction of such technologies into vehicle programmes
  • Develop commodity/ body level engineering specifications (archetypes) for supply base and internal manufacturing teams
  • Lead early failure mode detection and avoidance activities including DFMEA, physical buck development and virtual analysis.
  • Lead DFMEA RPN reduction on platform relevant design functions by reducing occurrence and increasing detection robustly within the supply base


Qualifications & Experience:

  • Engineering degree (or equivalent) and experience within automotive engineering / product development
  • Proven experience in the delivery of BIW underframe platforms
  • Experience in project delivery from concept to serial production
  • Experience in the use of aluminium and composite materials applied to BIW
  • Understanding of BIW joining techniques
  • Knowledge of Siemens TeamCenter PLM Systems
  • Knowledge on Siemens NX CAD system desirable

 


Rate: £20 - £25 per hour

Industry: Automotive

Job Type: Contract

Location: West Midlands

Reference: 27900-sw

Posted at: 17 August 2017

Expiration date: 17 November 2017

Job Purpose: To support the project manager in setting out a 5, 10 and 20 year site strategy for Aston Martin by coordinating data collection across the business and drafting and updating a published strategy paper and implementation plan.

Key Responsibilities & Tasks:

  • Data capture and processing
  • To collate and maintain a broad range of data on the current facilities that Aston Martin own and use
  • To review and update the current seating plans and consolidate with the organisation charts by liaison with the HR and Facilities functions and all department within the company
  • Alignment of a forward looking timing document such as the product strategy requirements with facilities and HR needs.

Benchmarking and best practice

  • Reviewing the AML facility portfolio and working practices with similar companies within and outside the sector
  • Reviewing published data on workplace design and facilities

Report writing

  • Writing and updating a companywide site audit document
  • Writing and updating the company site strategy document
  • Writing briefing papers for the executive board on site strategy proposals and recommendations

Project administration

  • Setting agendas and writing minutes for various project meetings and gateways
  • Managing and maintaining the project document management system
  • Drafting and updating the project planning and delivery documentation


Qualifications & Experience:

  • Degree qualified or equivalent
  • Degree qualified in a HR or built environment subject
  • Project management qualification such as PRINCE
  • Organisation design and corporate strategy within a technical focused organisation
  • Organisational change management planning
  • Knowledge of workplace design and how to support the team to do their best work
  • Proven track record in implementation change across a company
  • Executive report writing and presentation
  • Data capture, analysis and presentation of key observations and findings
  • Management and delivery of projects
  • Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to discuss and collect information across all levels of the company.
  • Excellent written presentation skills to set out data and trends in a creative and informative manner
  • Eye for detail to notice and improve all aspect of the work environment to improve the work experience
  • Managing conflicting views and requirements and negotiations an agreeable position
  • Logical approach to problem solving and presenting options
  • Proven proficiencies of Microsoft office tools
  • Self-confident and personable with the ability to work with all levels within the organisation
  • Determined with the ability to work with broad range of information and draw out trends and conclusions
  • Strong will to succeed
  • Passion for detail and quality
  • The role will require travel around the AML sites and partner companies.
  • Driving licence required

Rate: circa £500 per week

Industry: Chemical

Job Type: Contract

Location: North West

Reference: 26205nf

Posted at: 21 July 2017

Expiration date: 21 October 2017

We are working in partnership with a large Chemical Manufacturing company who are seeking a Process Operator to join them on a rolling ongoing contract basis. Applicants will ideally have previous chemical plant experience.

Role & responsibilities:

  • Our client is looking for a Process Operator / Packer (Chemical Bagging).
  • Packing (15/20kg bags) on a semi-automatic line.
  • Accomplished experience in process chemical plant.
  • Proficient in operating chemical processing equipment.
  • Handling receiving and loading of chemical products.
  • Ideally a NVQ Level 2 or 3 in chemical process and an FLT licence held.
  • 4 on (2 days then 2 nights), 4 off shift.

Beneficial:

  • Formal qualification in Process Operations.

Rate: £515 to £572 per week depending on experience.

Industry: Chemical

Job Type: Contract

Location: Global / International

Reference: 27771nf

Posted at: 31 July 2017

Expiration date: 31 October 2017

Working for a well- established Chemical manufacturing company

This is a contract position but long term , year on year with a change to establish yourself with a blue chip organisation    
Working on a 5-shift  (4 on – 4 off)
Must have counterbalance FLT Licence / skills
Chemical packing from a semi-automated manufacturing line
Shunt driving knowledge if possible, but familiar around warehousing in a food or chemical environment

Person Specification:
counterbalance FLT Licence
previous experience working with Chemical or Food industry


Salary: £competitive

Industry: Power & Energy

Job Type: Permanent

Location: North West

Reference: 27849ch

Posted at: 08 August 2017

Expiration date: 08 November 2017

Our client a local power plant operator is looking for an EC&I Technician to support ongoing maintenance and reactive breakdown maintenance. This preventative maintenance and fault finding and repair of unplanned breakdowns will help insure maximum availability of plant and equipment.

Key responsibilities will include:-
• Maintenance, testing and calibration of plant electrical, electronic, IT & digital control systems.
• Supervision of maintenance contracts and projects.
• Ensuring equipment compliance with all relevant consent and environmental consents.
• Ensuring all EC&I activities, spares and information are correctly inputted into the Maintenance Management Software.
• Carrying out equipment monitoring controls.
• Assessing spares quantity levels and ensuring a sufficient stock is kept.
• Identifying and taking proactive measures to improve plant operations shortfalls.
• Assisting management in co-ordinating and planning the daily maintenance activities.
• Assist in outage planning, scheduling and co-ordination.

Person Specification:
Ideally you will have experience of the following:-
• Maintenance and repair of DCS / SCADA and PLCs, both Analogue and Digital.
• Reading and interpreting P&IDs and checking Electrical Drawings.
• Using analogue and digital instrumentation calibration tools.
• Reading and interpreting isometric diagrams.
• A good understanding of HSE Aspects.
Knowledge of power generation operations and maintenance associated with any of the following, will be of benefit to your application:-
• Steam turbines.
• Boilers.
• Balance of Plant.
• Electrical generation and distribution up to 11Kv
• Plant control and instrumentation.
• Computer Aided Maintenance.


Rate: £277.77 Ltd per day

Industry: Water & Utilities

Job Type: Contract

Location: North West

Reference: 27399-sc

Posted at: 31 May 2017

Expiration date: 31 August 2017

EICA Engineer – 41.25 hours per week Our client is seeking both a Senior EICA Engineer and an EICA Engineer. This role is for a skilled, focused and highly motivated Engineer to join the expanding M&E Team on various projects for a framework Key Client Account. Although primarily working for the Altrincham Office there will be occasional site based activities to support definition and the electrical scope of the projects.

Job Role:

  • As an experienced EICA Engineer working for an established EPC company you will combine your skills of EICA design in a variety of projects.
  • The role will be working closely with the Project Manager to ensure that all project activities are executed to meet the project requirements in a safe and cost effective manner.
  • You will lead the EICA design activities, within the agreed constraints of time, quality and cost, whilst maintaining the relationships with the client and an excellent Health Safety and Environmental performance. You will ensure customer satisfaction and quality is achieved at all times.
  • You will be a key part of the M&E team responsible to provide an efficient and good quality design and implementation.

Main Responsibilities:

  • Understand project scopes and balance client’s needs and expectations with project schedules and budgets
  • Provide EICA support to the Project Manager on medium and small projects, either disparate or grouped together under a technical programme of work,
  • Be proactive in supporting a good safety culture and ensuring all Health & Safety objectives are satisfied.
  • Ensure the EICA works are to the appropriate levels of quality and on time.
  • Demonstrate leadership skills to positively influence others to achieve results that are in the best interest of the company.
  • Have an input into Method Statements and Risk Assessments for all EICA site based activities.
  • Involved in holding regular design reviews on all on-going projects to ensure compliance to the specifications and standards set out in the project standards.

Desirable Criteria:

  • Experience in water industry and preferably previous experience in the electrical and ICA elements in the design of water / wastewater treatment plants and water / wastewater networks.
  • You will hold a BSc or BEng in Electrical Engineering. Instrument, or Control and Automation related discipline.
  • A member (or working towards membership) of a relevant engineering institution i.e. IET.
  • EUSR Water Hygiene trained
  • Suitably relevant CSCS (ECS) card
  • Working on HAZOP’s would be an advantage.
  • An understanding of behavioural safety within a Mechanical, Electrical and/or Civil engineering environment

Person Specification:

  • Degree qualified in electrical engineering or equivalent.
  • Sound report writing skills with the ability to present information in clear English; editing text to fit standards, style and      format.
  • Previous experience carrying out detailed EICA design within a multi-disciplinary team environment.
  • Good working knowledge of PLC/Scada and control systems.
  • Familiarity with process instrumentation.
  • Promotes a safety culture on site.
  • Strong communication skills – both written and oral.
  • Strong interpersonal and leadership skills.

 

 


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