Manufacturing Engineer – Electrical

  • Job Reference: N6030-710A
  • Date Posted: 11 June 2018
  • Location: Wimborne
  • Salary: On Application
  • Sector: Engineering, Government & Defence
  • Job Type: Permanent
  • Work Hours: Full Time
  • Contact: Anne Hartley
  • Email: info@gregory-martin.com
  • Telephone: 01252 710215

Job Description

Manufacturing Engineer – Electrical:  Aerospace, PCB, SMT, Lean Manufacturing, Continuous Improvement, PFMEA., Electro-Mechanical Assembly, Hand, Semi-Automatic and Full Automated, Electronics

 

Our client is a highly successful Global Aerospace Company, due to expansion of the current Manufacturing team they are recruiting two additional Electrical Manufacturing Engineers to drive process improvement initiatives and root cause and corrective action, whilst ensuring capacity and capability of manufacturing processes and equipment is matched to the business requirements.

 

You will be joining a modern facility which offers an open plan working environment and excellent company benefits  

 

As an Electrical Manufacturing Engineer your skills and qualifications will ideally include:

Manufacturing experience including manufacturing processes/systems and techniques.

Proficient in electro-mechanical assembly, hand, semi-automatic and fully automated PCB assembly (SMT & through board) and electrical test (AOI & ICT).

Familiar with IPC 7711/7721, IPC A-610, IPC J-STD-001 & IPC WHMA-A-620 and a good understanding of the implications and prevention of Electro-Static Discharge (ESD) and Electro-static Over-stress (EOS).

Experience in Lean Manufacturing and Continuous Improvement techniques.

Formal apprenticeship in Engineering or Manufacturing, preferably in an aerospace environment.

 

As an Electrical Manufacturing Engineer your main responsibilities will involve:

Produce and maintain electro-mechanical assembly build documentation, procedures, and work instructions. Review electrical assembly drawings and prepare electronic and electrical Bills of Material (BoMs).

Provides process advice and input where needed to internal and external customers such as Engineering, Production and Supply Chain.

Develops new technology and processes. 

Establishes supply chain capabilities, identifies areas of risk or potential improvement. Assists with new supplier assessments/qualification.

Through the PFMEA process, identify internal and external risks and implement risk reduction activities.

Review current internal processes and apply lean manufacturing techniques/continuous improvement as a means to eliminate waste.

Supports the development needs of the manufacturing engineering team to ensure team capability and flexibility meet the departmental and business needs.

 

Keywords:  Aerospace, PCB, SMT, Lean Manufacturing, Continuous Improvement, PFMEA., Electro-Mechanical Assembly, Hand, Semi-Automatic and Full Automated, Apprenticeship, Electro-Static Discharge, ESD, Electro-Static Over-/Stress, EOS, Electrical Test, AOI, ICT, Electronics, Bills of Materials, BoMs.

 

Manufacturing Engineer – Electrical:  Aerospace, PCB, SMT, Lean Manufacturing, Continuous Improvement, PFMEA., Electro-Mechanical Assembly, Hand, Semi-Automatic and Full Automated, Electronics

Salary:  Competitive 

Location:  Wimborne, Dorset