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POSITION FILLED - Engineering Graduate (Continuous Improvement) within our Technical Development Programme
Salary £23,000 to £26,000 (negotiable dependent upon experience) + extensive benefits
Nottingham

 

 

Engineering Graduate (Continuous Improvement) within our Technical Development Programme –

with an outstanding ‘world class’ employer

Salary £23 -26k (negotiable dependent upon experience) + extensive benefits

 

We are now seeking to appoint an ambitious Graduate to join this high profile, world class manufacturer – the position is permanent and will include a two year rotational programme across the wider technical functions within our business.  This role will suit someone keen to find a graduate level opportunity in a business that offers genuine, realistic and proven career progression by means of promotion and succession planning – this is a recognised technical development programme with a great pedigree. 

 

This particular facility specialises in metals manufacturing for the aerospace, automotive, oil & gas and energy markets.  As a group, we employ nearly 30,000 people at 161 locations in 15 countries.  We insist on quality, not just in materials and processes but also in the people we employ.  Despite our size, those who work with us are recognised, respected and rewarded - you will never just be "a number" or "get lost in the crowd".

 

Role Purpose:  To support the organisational deployment of a sustainable framework for business excellence in operations, through the implementation of best practice tools and systems of work.

 

Main Responsibilities:

  • Support the creation of detailed plans for the implementation of assigned/proposed projects and activities, using established project management principles (e.g. MS-Project, Network diagrams)

  • Assist with and contribute to regular progress reviews, and communicate issues and changes to the relevant parties. Process changes (e.g. Total employee involvement, Current/future state analysis)

  • Assist with the deployment of systems and procedures (e.g. Standard Operations, Audits, and Visual Controls) which ensure the sustainability and ownership of changes

  • Assist with the compilation of structured project proposals and expenditure requests (e.g. CARs), supported by the necessary levels of data analysis and justification

  • Utilise established best practice tools and principles (e.g. Lean and Six Sigma) in implementing improvements and designing systems

  • Support any established collaborative relationships with customers and suppliers

  • Provide technical support (systems design/best practice) to internal functions and personnel

  • Assist in the creation of working cultures and values aimed at promoting teamwork, problem solving, knowledge sharing, safety and customer focus

  • Support the design, improvement and utilisation of effective performance metrics and management systems

 

Qualifications, skills, experience required:

  • Graduate with a 2:1, 1st or Masters in Mechanical, Aerospace or Manufacturing Engineering (or similar)

  • Happy to commit to a permanent role within a two year Technical Development Programme

  • Demonstrate basic appreciation of lean implementation, change management and process analysis

  • Basic knowledge of the 5Ss, Kaizen, Visual Management, Process Mapping (Value Analysis), Cellular Manufacturing and problem solving

  • Ability to work to within a team, and a structured approach to problem solving and continual improvement

  • Ability to create professional analysis reports, proposals and training material as required

  • Good analytical, mechanical, communication skills

  • Confident in using Microsoft Office Applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)

 

About The Benefits:  Basic annual starting salary of £23-26k (negotiable in the case of 12 months + experience), 30 days leave (includes Bank & statutory holidays), pension (employee and employer contributions) and stock purchase plan.   Standard working hours with an early finish on a Friday.

 

How To Apply/Find Out More:  Applications in writing by sending a CV and covering letter on email to lorna@danepartnership.co.uk. No agencies please. We have a much more personal, hands on approach to our recruitment processes, maintaining rapid response to enquiries and open communications throughout. Top of Form