|Job Title:||NPI Engineer - EXPIRED|
|Salary:||£30k - 40k per year|
|Contact Name:||Peter Talbot|
|Job Published:||about 1 year ago|
New Product Introduction Engineer - Precision Engineering
My client is a specialist manufacturer of highly engineered components and assemblies requiring the tightest dimensional tolerances for a range of demanding automotive and specialist engineering applications.
We are recruiting for an additional New Product Introduction Engineer to be responsible for the management of projects and introduction of new products on time and to budget.
You will achieve this through the successful on-time supply of prototype and PPAP samples to customers through effective project management to budget / agreed timescales
Design the production process to meet the customer specification (capability and TAKT) incorporating SMED and Poke Yoke devices as appropriate.
Creation of stage / process drawings using AutoCAD and also checking / approving stage / process drawings.
Define the capital, tooling, gauging and product cost.
Programme and operation of CNC turning, and grinding machinery
Liaise with development line engineer to ensure samples are manufactured on time and to the required quality standards.
Set up and lead APQP teams for NPI involving all necessary departments inline with AIAG guidelines.
Design using AutoCAD, oversee or outsource design of tooling and gauging.
Create and maintain project / production plans from customer order to production handover.
Liaise and visit customers in UK and abroad to discuss design for manufacture and other design / specification related issues.
Co-ordinate machine trials and confirm process capability.
Ensure that toolcards, standard operating procedures, setting instructions, etc. are created for new products.
Ensure that SAP records are created (routing, bill of materials etc.).
Create APQP documentation.
Minimum of an Engineering HNC/HND or time served engineer with a minimum of 5 years engineering experience ideally in a precision engineering/automotive environment.
Fully conversant with AIAG core tools like APQP, FMEA and PPAP methodologies.
Fully conversant with AutoCAD
A sound understanding of metal cutting machinery and manufacturing techniques
A thorough understanding of the requirements of the automotive industry
Technically competent and a good project planner / coordinator
Diplomatic, presentable, well mannered, but assertive enough to make things happen
Applications are invited from experienced engineers who are looking to make an impact and who would enjoy the challenge of working for a leading Automotive tier 1 supplier.
In return my client will offer a very competitive salary package plus excellent prospects for advancement within this successful and well established organisation.
If you feel you have the necessary skills, experience and drive please email your CV to me now.
SMED, Poke Yoke, TAKT, AutoCAD, Capitol costs, Tooling costs, Gauging costs, production costs set APQP, CNC, Precision Engineering, AIAG, ISO9001, TS16949, PPAP, prototype, NP
£13.00 - 15.70 per hour + Overtime
£34k per year + benefits, vehicle, fuel card, overtime
£34k per year + benefits, vehicle, fuel card, overtime
£28.6k - 30k per year
£24k - 27k per year
£12 - 14 per hour + Overtime
£43k per year + benefits
£34k per year + benefits
£36k per year + benefits
£11 - 13 per hour
£35k - 40k per year + pension
£33k - 38k per year + benefits + overtime
£11.00 - 13.20 per hour
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