A global player in a niche area of pharmaceutical processing and manufacturing, with global product licences currently in place, is looking for a Programme Manager to join their team in Watford. Operating in a market where the demand for the product is extremely strong, the company is investing in people, plant and new processes in order to deliver ambitious growth. Building on its strong heritage in the pharmaceutical manufacturing industry, the company has already hit its ambitious growth plans to date and is continuing to bring new products online to enable this growth to continue. Investing in the site is a key tactic for the new owners as they look to implement their long-term strategic plan. As a Programme Manager, your daily duties will include:
Leading a programme of complex, multi-faceted, site-wide projects that are focused on delivering business growth.Managing several high-profile projects at once, against tight deadlines.Interacting regularly with Senior Management on the inception, business case, strategy and milestones / deliverables for each project.Interrogating the data within each project to understand the performance against financial and operational milestones.Holding others accountable for their commitments as they contribute to the progress of the projects under the programme of works.
To be a successful Programme Manager, you will have the following skills and experiences:
Previous management experience in a similar role.To have highly regulated industry experience, within GMP / cGMP / GxP manufacturing (food manufacturing, pharmaceutical / biotechnology or medical devices).Project Management qualifications such as PRINCE:2, APM, IPMA to advanced / expert levels or equivalent.Strong knowledge of project management software such as MSProject.
One of the most prestigious building contractors in London is seeking a Concrete Pump Operator based in Slough to join its expanding team. As a Concrete Pump Operator, your duties will be to:
Drive the vehicle.Pump ready-mix concrete and screed.Clean and carry out basic maintenance to the vehicle and line pumps.Be responsible for the operation, maintenance and general upkeep of pumps ensuring any further repairs are kept to a minimal and reported to the management.
To be a successful Concrete Pump Operator you will have the following skills and experience:Class 2 Drivers licence.
CSCS card and CPCS.Must be very reliable and physically fit, as some lifting of the pipes will be required.
ELECTRONIC MANUFACTURING INSPECTOR / ST NEOTS / COMPETITIVE PAY + BENEFITSOSI Electronics is a diversified manufacturer of electronic devices and value-added manufacturing services. Our singular focus is to help security experts, clinical professionals and high-tech developers solve real-world problems and issues. We now have a fantastic opportunity for an experienced Electronic Manufacturing Inspector to join the organisation.The Electronic Manufacturing Inspector will perform inspection of manufacturing goods during the manufacturing process.Key Responsibilities of the Electronic Manufacturing Inspector:
Operate in the SMT area. Provide 1st off inspection, direct batch inspection, sample inspection and process verification for the assembly of electronicsConduct dimensional and electrical inspection of sub-assemblies or final systems assembliesInterpret prints, manufacturing drawings, diagrams, wire cards and lists in approving or rejecting in-process or final assembliesTo develop strong, effective relationships with the individual production team members to ensure that our ‘right first time’ and lean manufacturing principles are appliedEnsure all assembly work is undertaken to the appropriate build standard by reference to supplied build packs (BOMS and Drawings) ensuring relevant workmanship standard (IPC-610A or customer specified equivalent) are maintained.Minimise rework by ensuring all operators are aware of any issues that arise during the production processes
Skills & Experience Required of the Electronic Manufacturing Inspector:
Electronics manufacturingIdeally inspection experience with reference to workmanship standards such as IPC61OAExperience in AOI
In return, the Electronic Manufacturing Inspector can expect:
Highly Competitive SalaryGenerous holiday packagePension planOpportunities to progress your career within an industry leading organisation
What’s Next?If you are interested in this Electronic Manufacturing Inspector position, simply submit your CV via the button shown.NO AGENCIES Keywords: Electronics, Electrical Engineer, Manufacturing, Quality Control, Inspector, Electronics Manufacturing, SMT, Surface Mount, Inspection, BOM, IPC-610, QA, Quality Assurance, St Neots, CambridgeThis vacancy is being advertised by Net-Recruit.
REFERENCE: TSLBG1300LOCATION: Musselburgh JOB TITLE: Production Planner / Manufacturing Engineer (CNC)WORKING HOURS: Full time (Monday – Thursday 7:45 – 4:30 & Friday 7-12) + 34 days annual leave SALARY: Up to £25,000THE COMPANY: Our client has been serving the Aviation industry for over a century, the name of the business has been synonymous with the highest quality in metal processing. Today, this reputation is maintained through a blend of specialised technology together with hard-won skills of dedicated craftsmen. Throughout the last century, they have kept pace with innovation, updated equipment, introduced new machines and manufacturing techniques and so has retained its reputation for excellence. Success in the stringent aerospace and defence markets demands a regime where the most exacting production quality standards attainable are imposed.THE ROLE: Working as a Production Planner / Manufacturing Engineer (CNC) based in Musselburgh you will be required to work as part of a team to generate production schedules and communicate these plans across the business to stakeholders within; Supply Chain, Operations, Sales, Quality and Manufacturing. You will also be comfortable and confident dealing with customers, suppliers and internal staff.Key responsibilities for the Production Planner / Manufacturing Engineer role: Develop production plan based on Customer demand.Communicate the production plan.Monitor performance against the production plan.Expedite material shortages.Manage customer orders.Amend Production Plans where necessary.Contribute to LEAN and continuous improvement activitiesTHE CANDIDATE: The ideal candidate for the Production Planner / Manufacturing Engineer (CNC) based in Musselburgh will have a good understanding of engineering drawings and CNC machining processes (turning, milling, grinding) and conventional processes with respect to cycle times, tooling selection, machine limitations etc. You will also have practical experience of scheduling/planning of work in a similar, CNC machining environment.Key experience essential for the Production Planner / Manufacturing Engineer role:Ability to work from detail engineering drawings and schematicsAbility to work from written and verbal instructionsCompetent computer skills including MS-officeAbility to work independently and as part of a teamGood communication and reporting skills Does this sound like you? If yes, then please hit the “Apply Now” button. You will then be sent to an online questionnaire to further support your CV. We will be in touch within 7-10 days to make you aware of the next steps.
Assembly Operatives Bath £10 to £12 Per Hour My client, who are an established precision engineering company located in the Bath area, currently require additional Assembly Operators for an upcoming contract. The ideal candidates will be mechanically minded and have proven experience working within a similar assembly position. Main Duties: Preparation of products prior to assembly (Proof testing, cleaning).Supporting the assembly of products in final assembly.Masking / de-masking in the paint shop.Packing of product prior to final audit and despatch.To work to written and visual product instructions.Ability to work within a small team environment.Quality Control and Inspection.Adhering to company health and safety legislations.General housekeeping of workstation. You will be required to work 7.30am to 4pm initially however, this may change to the following rotational shift pattern, in order to meet client demands. 6am to 2pm Monday to Thursday (6am to 1.30pm Friday)2pm to 12pm Monday to Wednesday (2pm to 11pm Thursday) This is an exciting opportunity to be part of a prestigious and expanding company, who pride themselves in product quality and are highly respected specialists within their field. This will be an immediate start and could potentially lead to an ongoing position, for the right candidates! To apply for this vacancy, please forward your CV to Steph Hallett.
A Global aerospace manufacturing company based in West Lothian are seeking a seasoned Metallurgist to join the technical team. For the correct candidate they can offer career progression to management level, stability, excellent rates of pay and the opportunity to work in the exciting Aerospace sector.
As the Metallurgist you will have a unique opportunity to engage and work on behalf of customers such as Rolls Royce, Airbus, GE and Pratt and Whitney (to name just a few), all leading aerospace companies at the cutting edge of materials application in aerospace. This is a fantastic role that would suit a candidate with genuine career aspirations and who is motivated to become the metallurgical expert in the business and move towards a management role 2-3 year down the line.
As the Metallurgist your duties will be to:
Investigate production failures.Administer raw material selection through to final shipment.Technical responsibility for annual shipments of company products.Coordinate the issuing of validation / qualification cut up report to customers.
To be a successful Metallurgist you will have the following skills and experience:
Degree in Metallurgy or Materials Science / Engineering.Experience of Heat Treatment, Forging and properties of a wide range of steels, nickel base super alloys, titanium alloys and other alloys.Sound computer knowledge.Knowledge of Manufacturing Planning System, Quality System, and Accounts in order to liaise with Production Personnel.Good communication/interpersonal skills and proven team player.
The role is Monday to Friday and a standard 37.5 hours per week. Due to location, commuting links for Glasgow, Edinburgh (M8 corridor) and beyond are great.
In return the Metallurgist will receive a salary of up to £42,000 per annum depending on experience plus many benefits such as holidays start at 33 days per year (including stats) rising to 35 after 5 years’ service, a stakeholder pension scheme matching up to 10% of employee contribution and a discretionary bonus paid quarterly if targets are achieved.The first stage of the application process is to apply online.
LOCATION: Peterborough, Cambridgeshire JOB TITLE: Fitter Fabricator / Service Engineer SALARY & BENEFITS: £12.50 initially, moving to £13 per hour after trial period (with company pay rise pending) & the 8% Pension contribution by the company. WORKING HOURS: Full time –occasional weekends and travel (night’s away- fully paid accommodation, etc.) THE COMPANY: Our client, based at their fabrication facilities at Kings cliffe, near Peterborough, Cambridge- and are one of the UK's leading experts in the bulk powders industry with over 25 years’ experience of design and manufacture Horizontal and Vertical Silos for on-site installation. THE ROLE: Fitter Fabricator /Service Engineer- Peterborough, Cambridgeshire As a Fitter Fabricator / Service Engineer you will need to be accurate and focused at all times. You will be required to work in our client’s fully equipped facility and on clients’ sites. The successful Fitter Fabricator / Service Engineer will have previous experience of working in a similar environment and possess the ability to work from engineering drawings and to their own initiative. You will be applying appropriate engineering/welding/fabrication techniques in accordance with product specifications and production schedules. Key Responsibilities of a Fitter Fabricator /Service Engineer - Peterborough, Cambridgeshire The main duties for a Fitter/Service Engineer will be to attend customer sites, to service, repair, install and maintain equipment within the Bulk powders handling industries, such as filtration systems, feed screws, pneumatically operated valves, air slides, rotary valves and other associated mechanical equipment THE CANDIDATE: Fitter Fabricator /Service Engineer- Peterborough, Cambridgeshire The ideal candidate will be either time served or qualified engineer/fitter who has the relevant qualification. Although no specific qualifications are needed for this position, our client does expect the successful applicant to have a strong work ethic and help with their continuous success. Key experience essential for the role of Fitter Fabricator /Service Engineer based near Kings Cliffe: Peterborough, Cambridgeshire
At least 2 years’ experience as a Fabricator /Fitter/ service engineer from a previous employerFull driving license with no more than 6 pointsProven track record of completing projects to a high standardKnowledge and experience of the Bulk powder industry would be desirableMust be able to travel and do nights away as will be required to work on location around the UK on occasions
Does this sound like you? If yes then please hit the apply now button. You will then be sent to an online questionnaire to support your CV and application, please fill in the details and we will be in touch to advise you of the next steps.
STORES SUPERVISOR – BOSTON, LINCOLNSHIRE Based in Boston, Lincolnshire, this business is within travelling distance of the vibrant cities of Lincoln and Peterborough. It designs and manufactures heavy duty plant and machinery for the growing international pipeline and cable trenching industries. The bespoke machines can weigh in excess of 80 tonnes and use high horsepower diesel engines to power a hydrostatic drive system with intelligent machine management and control systems. The diversity of in-house engineering skills is second to none, encompassing mechanical, electrical, diesel, hydraulic, land based and off-shore technology. Due to continued domestic and international growth, a Stores Supervisor is sought to join this busy team. If you have a passion for managing materials and people, and would like to be part of a friendly and enthusiastic team, where each day provides fresh challenges and opportunities, then this role will provide an interesting and rewarding career for you. As Stores Supervisor you will head up a busy parts department which supplies both the manufacturing workshop and extensive supply of spare parts globally. You will be an integral part of the team to ensure that the right part is in the right place at the right time. With a background in engineering or manufacturing you will understand engineering drawings and terminology, enabling you to be part of the quality control process and competitive sourcing of materials. This is an excellent opportunity for a Stores Supervisor with a “hands on” background in engineering and manufacturing. You’ll be methodical and reliable, with an excellent attention to detail and have a passion for accurate and reliable parts management. You’ll also have the following skills and experience: - Demonstrable experience in an engineering or manufacturing environment. - Experience in managing a supply chain from purchasing to end user. - Understanding of MRP systems. - Proficient in Microsoft Office suite.- Detailed and accurate approach to documentation.- Understanding of engineering drawings and terminology - Excellent relationship, communication & organisational skills. - Strong teamwork abilities and able to manage a team. - Driving licence.The first stage of the application process is to apply online.
A well-established aerospace manufacturing organisation seeks an experienced Manufacturing Engineer to join the team at it’s expanding Birmingham facility. The company manufactures precision machined components for Blue-chip customers in the aerospace and defence sectors. Although experience in aerospace / defence is desirable, applications are also invited from Candidates with appropriate experience in the automotive sector or other relevant precision machining environment. As the Manufacturing Engineer, your duties will be to:
Assist in developing robust manufacturing processes for a range of precision components.Achieve process improvements in measured productivity gains.Generate and prove-out CNC programs for a range of machining resources, including horizontal and vertical turning for 5 axis machining centres.Work closely with suppliers to incorporate the latest innovations in fixtures & tooling and resolve process related issues.Produce accurate Stage drawings for operations and produce detailed documentation, including setting up packs, SOP’s etc.Liaise with other departments to ensure on-time delivery of components.
To be a successful Engineer you will have the following skills and experience:
Manufacturing engineering experience.A strong CNC machining background is essential, including Prismatic machining and turning of large partsCAD CAM systems experience with Solid Works and Catia is a distinct advantage. Training will be given in Solid Works and Solid Cam where appropriate.Experience of working with Critical Parts, complying with specific customer requirements and specifications is essential.Educated to HNC level in an Engineering related discipline.Experience working in an aerospace or automotive and engineering environment.
In return, the Engineer (Aerospace) will receive a salary of circa £45,000+ per annum (negotiable)The first stage of the application process is to apply online.
Sheffield, South YorkshireJOB TITLE: Dimensional Mark Out Operative (Steel Foundry)SALARY & BENEFITS: £11.50 hourly rate – higher rate for overtimeWORKING HOURS: Full time Permanent –6am-2pm Monday to Thursday-6am to 11.30am Fridays (weekend overtime as and when)THE COMPANY: Our client is the UK’s largest manufacturer of steel castings, Specialising in the design and manufacturing of products within a wide range of industriesThey are currently recruiting for Dimensional Mark Out Operatives at their plant in Sheffield, South YorkshireJob Title: Dimensional Mark Out Operative Sheffield, South YorkshireReporting To: Fettling ManagerDepartment: Mark outPost Holder will be working proactively in a team environment to ensure high levels of production and accuracy. Impact positively on process capability and reliability to achieve optimum on time delivery of product.Key Criteria: Dimensional Mark Out Operative Sheffield, South Yorkshire - Sheffield, South Yorkshire -Sheffield, South YorkshireYou will have experience in a similar role and experience of working within heavy industry in a steel foundry or similar nature, marking out castings or alternative products to specific tolerances and working to technical drawingsDoes this sound like you? If yes then please hit the apply now button.You will then be sent to an online questionnaire to support your CV and application, please fill in the details and we will be in touch to advise you of the next steps.