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||South Kirkby, Wakefield
||£highly competitive DOE
A Technical Engineer is responsible for the balancing act of managing technical processes and teams along with using technical skills to provide the necessary environment for project success.
- Provide direction and technical expertise in design, development and systems integration.
- Be able to make quick decisions and solve technical problems to provide an efficient environment for project implementation.
- Investigate systems’ failures and issues.
- Identify resource and equipment requirements.
- Able to assist in reducing cost through re-engineering product/material.
- Improve the effectiveness of the Company’s internal systems; increasing efficiency and reducing administrative overhead.
- Provide clear and concise information about any remaining risks which the production teams or end user will need to be aware of.
- Establish and enforce quality and standards in working systems, maintaining high quality products.
- Reporting on development and regularly review any shortfalls to support engineering functions.
- Supervise quality assurance and perform quality assessments.
- Coordinate and direct the implementation of new standards into practice.
- Assist to ensure teams follow the correct procedures, policies and documentation requirements across project phases.
- Able to guide the team through the development, testing and implementation stages and review the completed work effectively.
- Ability to manage change and effectively pass on the information down the line to concerned teams for smoother execution.
- Provide technical training to teams when required and serve as a technical mentor to team members.
- Work in partnership with the departments core teams, to improve key business results within cost, quality and time targets.
- Develop engineering skills and knowledge within manufacturing promoting a professional manufacturing team culture.
- Actively follow all company employment, fire, health, and safety policies
- Potential overtime when required
- Attend staff meetings and training as required
- Any other ad-hoc duties as may be required
- Adhere to filing and drawing management guidelines
Skills and Qualifications required
Suitable candidates will come with the requisite skills, knowledge and experience covering:
- Knowledge of structural and mechanical manufacturing components and fabrication techniques.
- Comprehensive organisational skills for success in a fast paced, creative work environment.
- Good communication and interpersonal skills for a collaborative workplace.
Position – Full-Time
Salary – Dependent on experience.
Location – South Kirkby, Wakefield
Hours – 40-hour week (full-time) 8:30am to 17:30pm.
Benefits – 22 days’ holiday + Bank Holidays, Pension, Life Assurance, Group Profit Share, Reward Scheme, Voluntary Health Cash Plan
For further details please contact Balreen Mehat on 01977 659800 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org
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