Manufacturing Process Engineer (BBBH13819) Portsmouth, England
|Salary:||GBP30 - GBP33 per hour|
My client is looking for a Manufacturing Process Engineer to join on them on a 6 month contract. As a Manufacturing Process Engineer, you will be responsible for providing, maintain and improve assembly processes as the Space Production technical authority on satellite communication modules.
Role: Manufacturing Process Engineer
Pay: £33.00 per hour via Umbrella (Inside IR35)
Contract: 6 months
Hours: 37 hours per week Monday – Friday (On site full time)
Security Clearance: Basic then ability to gain SC Clearance
- Be the driving force behind process customisation activities for spacecraft assembly to ensure design for manufacture and implementation of innovative new technologies.
- As the internally recognised expert, be responsible for non-conformance resolution and robust second closure implementation to prevent reoccurrence.
- Support development and installation of new Manufacturing Execution Systems.
- Measure and maintain process cycle times and drive operational efficiency by reducing wastes and improving process performance
Assembly Engineering Team Leader
- Space Production Engineering Teams (Assembly and Test)
- SP Operations (Assembly and Test)
- SP Production Controllers
- SP Quality Team
- SP Management Team
Cross Site AIT Engineering Teams
Mechanical and Thermal Systems
Mechanical Design Office
Payload Quality (PA)
Manufacturing Systems Team
Project Customisation Phase
- Ensure design for manufacture by embedding SP best practice and supporting technical issues with the design team.
- Influence payload layout and optimise kit structure through 3D visualisation sessions.
- Work to prevent non-conformance and recurring issues by incorporating lessons learnt and innovative ideas at design level.
Project Preparation Phase
- Translate engineering requirements from design documentation to provide detailed schedule inputs to Lead Engineers based on process cycle times and sound product knowledge.
- Ensure variables that effect process durations are captured and translated into the assigned installation cycle times.
- Review and incorporate supplier handling requirements into SP operations.
- Interpret the payload BOM to assign generic integration processes for work instruction creation, including the development of procedures for new types of payload equipment.
- Review detailed assembly models to ensure the requirements for shop floor consumption are met.
- Review and approve all unplanned work requests specific to process before execution. Provide feedback to author, detailed schedule information and ensure all parts are available.
- Develop bespoke work orders when necessary.
- Provide technical input to project to ensure that new process and test methods do not compromise SP activities and production times. (Design for manufacture / test).
- Prepare inputs to assembly readiness review to support Lead Engineer.
- Undertake Process Failure Mode Effects Analysis (PFMEA) to identify risks and implement preventative actions.
Project Operational Phase
- Monitor operational process performance and undertake Plan-Do-Check-Act (PDCA) reviews to optimise working modes.
- Act as the technical lead for non-conformance investigations, resolution and operational support.
- Support quality reviews and perform root cause analysis.
- Produce re-work instructions based on product knowledge and robust generic procedures. Identify parts, tooling, skills and duration required to complete.
- Compile technical information required for efficient completion of transfer tasks.
- Design tooling / build aids for assembly execution.
- Lead improvement and R&D projects including implementation of innovative technology.
- Create and optimise training modules and media for assembly operations.
- Participate in the development and implementation of manufacturing execution systems.
- Good understanding and detailed experience of all types of mechanical systems.
- Lean manufacturing techniques including 5S, root cause analysis and continuous improvement.
- Manufacturing Engineering or production planning Support to operations.
- Mechanical processes including detailed assembly and fitting.
- Experience of lean engineering
- High mechanical skills and relevant experience.
- Procedures and process control.
- Practical and proactive.
- Quality driven approach with high attention to detail.
- Experience in writing engineering documents.
- Good understanding of manufacturing systems – ideally Delmia / Apriso.
- High self-motivation and ability to deal with changing priorities on a multi project basis.
- Good problem solving skills (technical, logistics and organisational).
- Good communication skills, both written and verbal.
- Good time management.
- Clean room experience
- Mechanical design / validation / experience
- Rudimentary understanding of RF properties and associated risks.
- Previous experience of telecoms payload builds.
Education & Training
Essential – Strong experience in a similar role
Lean 6 sigma green belt qualification
Minimum of HNC level in a mechanical discipline. A lesser qualification is acceptable if a high level of similar industry experience can be demonstrated.
If you are interested in applying for this position and you meet the requirements, please send your updated CV to: Sarah Budd at Line Up Aviation
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