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Job Title:

Electronic Manufacturing Engineer -10630

Job Reference:

10630

Job Location:

Dartford

Job Salary:

£35-45K pa

Job Type: Permanent

Our Client on the outskirts of Dartford is seeking an Electronic Manufacturing Engineer - the role is to assist in day-to-day plant operations, programming machines, validating programs and ensuring production is always supported. The successful candidate will continually improve manufacturing efficiencies by utilizing continuous improvement techniques whilst maintaining a high level of quality.

Job role: Permanent, full time

Salary: £35,000 to £45,000 pa

Location: Near Dartford, Kent

Hours: 8am to 4pm, Monday to Friday - 37.5 hours per week

Holiday: 25 days + 8 BH

Electronic Manufacturing Engineer key responsibilities:

  • Assessing technologies and developing manufacturing plan.
  • Follow the product life cycle, Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA), specifications, process development and supporting New Product Introduction (NPI) builds.
  • Establish, deliver and maintain manufacturing processes for new products throughout the product life cycle.
  • Analyse new equipment such as Automatic Optical Inspection machines with the intent of achieving continuous improvements.
  • Create programs for automatic programmable equipment such as surface mount machines.
  • Develop process documentation and train personnel on new and existing processes.
  • Develop and perform designed experiments (DOE) and capability studies, develops process specifications, and designs and procure process tooling.
  • Support production in high-level technical problems
  • To analyse performance and liaise with Quality to investigate trends and recommend process improvements.
  • Daily problem solving of assembly processes using root cause analysis.
  • The creation & control of manufacturing documentation.

The key skills and qualities of an Electronic Manufacturing Engineer are:

  • Understanding DFM processes.
  • Understanding lean manufacturing techniques.
  • Understanding of computerised manufacturing systems (ERP, MRP).
  • Ability to work under pressure and to tight deadlines.
  • Able to communicate, both within the working group and the organisation.
  • Understanding project management and prioritize multiple projects

To apply, please email apply@reactrecruitment.co.uk

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