Electro-Mechanical Manufacturing Design Engineer

35000.00 - 45000.00 GBP Annual + Negotiable Depending on Experience
21 Nov 2016
05 Dec 2016
Contract Type
Full Time
We are looking for an Electro-Mechanical Manufaturing Design Engineer for our leading manufacturing client based in Gateshead. The purpose of this role is to define, support and optimise design for prototype & manufacture, assembly process and supply chain solutions for new machine products.
Responsibilities include:
Support the electrical machines design and NPI teams in determining appropriate assembly process, setting up system routings, writing WI's, determining suppliers, manufacturing techniques, component and material specifications for all elements of the product design and competent in change control.
Support Procurement and Quality functions in completing supplier selection and evaluation process, and achieve cost savings and quality targets.
Support Business Development and Commercial functions in the preparation of concept and product cost analysis for customer bids
Lead, Design and Process Failure Modes and Effects Analysis to determine and mitigate product and process risk.
Determine and improve assembly process for improved productivity.
Manage and modify as appropriate product Bills of Materials (BoM) as entered in the business ERP system
Implementation and setup of test and evaluation facilities

HND or Degree in a relevant Engineering discipline
Design or DMAIC Six Sigma qualification
Competence with CAD
Experience of using an ERP system
Experience in an electrical machines or electrical product design and/or manufacturing role. Demonstrable knowledge of assembly techniques and component manufacturing processes for magnetic and wound components.

Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.
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