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Industrialisation Engineer

Job Title: Industrialisation Engineer
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Stevenage, Hertfordshire
Industry:
Salary: £22 - £26 per hour + LTD Company
Start Date: ASAP
Reference: 1901-89_1552473534
Contact Name: Ashley Henson MIRP
Contact Email: ashley.henson@sitecgroup.com
Job Published: March 13, 2019 10:38

Job Description

Sitec has a requirement for an Industrialisation Engineer for our client based in Stevenage. This is a contract position for an initial 6 months.


JOB SUMMARY - DELIVERABLES
Reporting to the Manufacturing Engineering Manager, the role of Industrialisation Engineer will be responsible for defining and steering the industrialisation of production lines for the shop floor (Lean Layout & Processes, Workbenches, Machines, Digitalisation)

Acting as Industrialisation Engineer, main deliverables are:-
* Primarily To define and steer the industrialisation of production line for the shop floor (Lean Layout & Processes, Workbenches, Machines, Digitalisation)
* Secondary, act as Lead Engineer:- To provide leadership for the production of fully integrated Satellite Telecoms and ENS Products based on robust inputs, processes and procedures, for implementation into production.
* A dynamic and essential role that deals with daily challenges, changing priorities and resolving blocking actions to ensure schedule adherence, yet, maintaining quality and costs.


GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES:
* Lead/co-ordinate a team of engineers, offering technical advice and guidance with respect to the product flow
* Liaise with management over manpower and budgets as necessary
* Drive the ideal that AIT Engineering are the technical authority internally and externally for manufacture
* To flow new initiatives and ideas to those within the process teams and ensure subsequent feedback to process owners
* Lead industrialisation projects
* Establish layout for the production line based on existing work, value stream mapping, and other initiatives


Customisation / Preparation Phase Responsibilities:
* Co-ordinate Product/Process Owner(s) responsibilities for inputs into the generic schedule.
* Product manufacturing flow and area layout definition
* Generic Sequence / VPB (IPS) Maintenance (Overall Build for Project) - Process Improvement, Maintenance, Lessons Learned, customisation as required.
* Attending and/or supporting all meetings / reviews relating to the products manufacture ensuring support is in place where required, taking any appropriate actions, relating to development, planning, or manufacture.
* Attend inputs preparation meeting to define and ensure KIDs for product / project are fit for Manufacture (DFM)
* Manage the creation of all documentation, liaising with the process owners to provide a scheduled requirement.
* Define the manufacturing sequence based on experience and CAIT specific knowledge to optimise the overall Product / Project schedule in Primavera P6 (agree structure of PBOMs to ensure this is efficient for AIT need)
* Liaison with relevant stakeholders / areas to ensure best practice on process in design and manufacture.

Operations Phase Responsibilities:
* The Lead Engineer is the AIT point of contact for the project.
* Manage costs for the project and provide inputs to monthly cost reviews, as well as contributing to Customisation Close Out (CCO)
* Provide timely feedback to appropriate managers on process engineering issues.
* Drive and continuously monitor the Manufacturing Production schedule to ensure the timely delivery and optimum sequence for manufacture VPB to P6 durations.



SKILLS/EXPERIENCE REQUIRED

Experience required:
* Appreciation of manufacturing techniques eg. CFRP, structural bonding or TIG welding, within the aerospace industry
* Use of Windchill, SAP, P6, IPS, 3D live or other ERP System
* Understanding of build documentation to ensure clear instructions are given to shop floor operators.
* Lean, Six Sigma projects, Layout definition, product implementation
* Driving build quality through review of processes and implementation of improvements
* Managing a multi-disciplined team during investigations and initiatives
* Controlling and delivery of projects to budget and schedule
* Good understanding and detailed experience of mechanical engineering and systems, including but not limited to: Lean manufacturing techniques including 5S, root cause analysis and continuous improvement (Green belt).

* A background in an aerospace engineering environment, preferably within the space sector
* High level mechanical skills and relevant experience.
* Procedures and process control.
* Team working and team leading skills.
* Practical and proactive.
* Process and Quality driven approach with high attention to detail.
* High self-motivation and ability to deal with changing priorities on a multi project basis.
* Good planning skills and process competence (MRP system experience an advantage).
* Previous experience of aerospace structures and build requirements is a distinct advantage.

Education & Training
* Minimum HNC level in a Mechanical discipline (or lesser qualification if a high level of relevant experience can be demonstrated in the required disciplines).


SECURITY:
The successful candidate will be required to apply for and receive a DBS certificate prior to commencement of the contract.

This vacancy is being advertised by Sitec.