Despite the UK going into a predicted recession this autumn, the mass exodus from the job market means the jobless rate is down to 3.5%.
Labour shortages are being reported across many different industries, leading to companies having to compete for the best talent.
If you’re qualified in engineering, your skills are some of the most in-demand in Britain. The engineering sector adds around £625 billion to the UK economy a year, but a lack of skilled and qualified engineers is an ongoing problem.
Gregory Martin currently has many great opportunities at a successful international company in Southampton.
A leading supplier of major civil and military aircraft structures and systems, they offer excellent career progression, with continual training and mentoring.
Due to expansion they are looking to fill a number of positions, including a vacancy for a Manufacturing Engineer.
This role will be focused on the site’s military programs, this includes final and sub-assembly process generation/improvements, MRO/RTW (Return to Work) surveys and manufacturing process generation for complex military fuel tank and canopy assemblies.
You will require a detailed knowledge of metallics manufacturing processes (sheet metal or machining). A Degree/HNC in Engineering or equivalent experience would be ideal.
They also need a Manufacturing Engineer in Southampton with focus on composites, with the right candidate being responsible for all aspects of the internal manufacturing process.
This role also supports all other functions within the business to ensure the Manufacturing Engineering team achieves required deliverables. You will need a detailed knowledge of composite manufacturing processes. To be Six Sigma Green Bel trained and certified is also beneficial.
The company is also seeking an Advanced Manufacturing Engineer covering All Value Streams - Assembly, Composites, Metallics.
Responsible for all aspects of the internal manufacturing process, you will also be supporting all other functions within the business to ensure the ME team achieves required deliverables.
Another role in Southampton is for a Lean Manufacturing Specialist which involves training and coaching members of the organisation in the use of Lean tools.
You will play a key supporting role in larger programmes, tackling issues that may require swift problem solving, or re-occurring challenges that require in-depth analysis of a range of effective and sustainable countermeasures.
If you’re looking for engineering roles in Southampton, simply contact their friendly team today.