Our Wimborne, Dorset based client is a leading aerospace global technology and services innovator, respected for providing solutions to the greatest challenges, from deep space...
Our client is a world leader in the design and manufacture of satellite systems. Their activities cover complete civil and military telecommunications and Earth observation systems, science and navigation programmes, together with avionics and a wide range of space equipment and associated ground infrastructure.
A new role has been created for a Manufacturing Engineer (ME) inside the HAPS project team based in Farnborough, Hampshire, UK. The scope of this role is to deliver ME solutions to the new production system which delivers the HAPS Aircraft and Ground Support Equipment in line with business requirements. This is a Contract position initially for 6 months.
The successful applicant with report to the HAPS Manufacturing Engineer Manager and join the TUMZM business unit (operationally and functionally) in Farnborough, Hampshire, UK.
Tasks & Accountabilities:As a key member of the HAPS production MFT your main tasks and responsibilities will be to provide hands-on enablement of design intent into a qualified lean production system for HAPS Zephyr UAVs platforms to Safety, Quality, Cost and Time through:
Creating MRP system shop floor routings / job card definitions / shop floor standard operating instructions(SOIs) / quality care cards
Technical dossiers and support to procurement activities, supply chain monitoring and Make v Buy decisions (including benchmarking)
Use of the Airbus CAD (CATIA v6, Solidworks) & PLM(Windchill) toolset and BOM(SAP) administration/configuration control (co-ordinate with design)
Technical problem solving and support to production and supply chain.
Application of APQP as appropriate
Perform Design For Manufacture (DFM) / Design To Cost (DTC) studies and provide input to design teams
Liaison with MGSE / Jig & Tools (Design, Manufacture, Calibration & Maintenance)
Liaison with Manufacturing System Engineering. (Process flow, line balancing, capital investment items, facilities requirements)
You will also be responsible for:
Deriving production KPIs in conjunction with operations teams
Continuous Improvement of the production system in line with business targets
Enable Health and Safety target achievement
Enablement of the "Right First Time" Quality culture with associated business systems and feedback loops
Required Skills & Experience:
The successful candidate will demonstrate the following:
Innovative, agile and self-driven in a fast paced and changing environment
Educated to degree level in a relevant engineering discipline
Experience in a Manufacturing Engineering discipline
Knowledge of CFRP part fabrication / layup production techniques
Knowledge of Aerospace Production and assembly techniques and standards
Experience creating or improving production systems, teams and facilities
Excellent communication skills.
Demonstrated Experience solving technical operational issues
Able to work in a multi-function team and matrix organisation
Flexibility to support multiple locations
Able to obtain UK SC Clearance
If you have the necessary skills and experience to be considered for this role, please apply on-line.
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