Electronics Manufacturing Engineer
As Manufacturing Engineer you will provide daily technical support to products, processes, materials, and equipment in order to achieve production goals in a fast paced and cutting edge manufacturing environment.
Day to day some of the key elements of this role will include:
Supporting the introduction/implementation of product/process/materials changes to the manufacturing operation while also involved in sourcing, testing and approving materials.
Part of your brief as Manufacturing Engineer will also include training the line technicians in new procedures and new products functionalities as well as being involved with the ECR/ECO process to support manufacturing activities.
You will also prepare and execute in full process validation activities associated with the introduction of new products and sustaining of existing production lines while driving required process corrections through CAPA activities using proven methodologies.
Taking on this position enables a highly motivated Manufacturing Engineer to develop new skills and to apply their extensive knowledge in a challenging and exciting environment.
To succeed in the Electronics Manufacturing Engineer role, you will hold a relevant Level 8 degree in Engineering, Manufacturing or related field + 4 years' relevant experience supporting manufacturing in an electronics manufacturing environment.
In return you will get the opportunity to work in a cutting edge world class manufacturing environment where the demands are great but where there is ample opportunity to progress your career and advance your technical expertise with an employer that put a premium on talent development and employee engagement. You also get the opportunity to work with a company that both enhances and saves lives.
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