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Process Engineer

  • Monmouthshire
  • Contract
  • £26.61 - £31.61 per hour

Process Engineer

Role Summary

We have an exciting new contract opportunity based in Monmouthshire as a Process Engineer.

The role will be an initial 8-month contract and will provide you with the opportunity to work within a multi-disciplined team involved in the design, manufacture and support of new and existing products.

Key Responsibilities

  • Develop new manufacturing processes, ensuring they are robust, on-time, cost-effective and meet customer expectations.
  • Ensure that the new manufacturing processes comply with industry standards and have long term process stability. Tools to ensure that are Lean Principles, Process control plans and PFMEAs, plus automated control systems used on process lines.
  • Specify and qualify new process equipment, often working with suppliers to meet tight deadlines. Ensure all equipment meets regulatory and safety standards.
  • Carry out risk Assessments on new processes and equipment. These include general risk assessments and more specific assessments, such as DSEAR assessments.
  • Lead and support project activities, to include process reviews, capability studies, and Safe System of Work.
  • Co-ordinate development activities and process trials to establish data that support that the new manufacturing processes and equipment used will produce quality product and that process safety is guaranteed.
  • To compile and manage a project data file that captures process and design information; to include, process definition (including drawings and specifications), process trials data, certifications and safety data. This data is to be controlled through the company’s product lifecycle management system.
  • Work with other engineering personnel and other functions to develop a network of capable suppliers to satisfy the business needs.
  • Present to line management and other stakeholders (verbal and written) on topics relating to process status within development or production, e.g. KPIs.

Key skills & qualifications

  • Minimum HNC / HND Mechanical, Electrical, Chemical or equivalent
  • Experience and demonstrated knowledge of materials processing
  • Experience and demonstrated knowledge in manufacturing in a high hazard environment
  • Green Belt – six sigma and quality analysis tools
  • Significant experience in carrying out risk assessments on manufacturing processes and equipment.
  • Knowledge of DSEAR requirements within process lines
  • Experience of contactor management
  • Competent in the use of computers including Microsoft Office

What we’re looking for in you

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Well-developed analytical/ problem solving/ decision making skills.
  • Strong organisational skills who is adaptable in a fast-paced environment.
  • Stakeholder management skills.

Location: Usk

Rate: £31.61 per hour (inside IR35)

AAP3 is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.

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