Displaying 13 jobs from Dudley Child
Dudley Child is a specialist recruitment business operating within the general manufacturing and engineering industry. We work for a range of businesses ranging from SME's through to some of the world largest PLC's and with businesses that are owner managed, VC backed or floated. So if you are in early start up, a developed business looking to grow and streamline or preparing for an IPO or sale then it's worth discussing your requirement with us first.
We are looking for a skilled CNC Machinist / Programmer with experience of Turning large components using CNC Lathes and Vertical Machining Centres. The role involves working regular afternoons (35 hours) Mon to Thu 3.15pm to 10.30pm and Fri 12.20pm to 8.00pm. The initial hourly rate is £16.73 including shift allowance. You will have industry experience as a Turner operating CNC Lathes within an engineering or metals environment with knowledge of programming Fanuc controllers. The role is based in West Yorkshire and is commutable from Huddersfield, Halifax, Bradford and surrounding areas. Please submit your CV online or call 0113 246 8882 for more information.
Global FMCG business with 4 UK sites seeks a Six Sigma Champion who will oversee Green & Black Belt activities across multiple locations. The ideal candidate would have gained significant experience in the implementation of Six Sigma tools within a manufacturing environment. Day to day the role will involve the selection, training and mentoring of Green Belts across numerous European facilities as well co-ordinating companywide Six Sigma projects and acting as an expert/ trouble-shooter should Green or Black Belts require any support. Due to the nature of the role, the successful applicant should expect to have to spend at least 50% of their time away from home, with extended stays across various UK and European locations. The successful candidate is likely to have a Six Sigma Black belt and experience gained in managing Six Sigma activates across multi-sites. The company are offering an excellent package which is £50,000 to £55,000 basic + car + bonus, plus excellent long and clearly defined career prospects for those with the desire and ability to progress.
The Job: As part of a continuous drive to improve performance, we are looking for an experienced Manufacturing Engineer or Production Engineer to improve manufacturing performance and process efficiencies. With an emphasis on electronic controls for pneumatic solutions, you will identify and implement improvement initiatives across the business. You will be the prime contact in resolving any customer issues relating to electronic controls. The Company: Situated in Yorkshire, our client is part of a global market leading manufacturer of pneumatic and fluid control solutions and related electronic instrumentation. Operating across a range of industry sectors including Food, Automotive, Life Sciences, Energy and Rail, the company has an excellent reputation for its ability to deliver innovative solutions of the highest quality. The Role: As a result of internal promotion, an opportunity has arisen for a talented Manufacturing Engineer. Reporting to the Operations Manager, you will join a small team responsible for the continuous improvement of production processes across the business. Key responsibilities include: Developing manufacturing processes to improve efficiency. Provide optimum solutions for the production of new products (NPI). Leading and co-ordinating troubleshooting projects relating to electro-mechanical issues (internal and customers). Driving and monitoring improvements in the manufacture of electronic (mechatronic) components. Resolving any customer issues including root cause analysis. Ensuring compliance with Health & Safety and Environmental standards. Achieving KPIs and targets in accordance with company strategy. Providing accurate activity, budget and management reports. Displaying strong communication skills and liaising closely with other departments. Candidate Requirements: Ideally of graduate level in Electronics or Engineering, you will have a sound Engineering and Manufacturing background, you will demonstrate the ability to drive and lead Continuous Improvement initiatives. Your profile will display the following attributes: Demonstrable experience of Manufacturing Engineering. Knowledge of Electronics and Engineering (ideally electronics, controls and fluid control systems). Extensive experience of dealing with production and assembly issues (both internal and with customers). Drive and leadership skills. Enthusiasm and a lively personality. Relevant Electronic and Engineering qualifications. Awareness of ISO9001-2000 standards and processes. Time Management and Project completion skills. Ability to manage differing / conflicting priorities. Strong communication skills at all levels. Further Details: The role carries a competitive salary and benefits package (including pension scheme and free parking) and is commutable from Bradford, Wakefield, York, Selby, Huddersfield, Pontefract, Barnsley, Doncaster and surrounding areas. Please submit your details online (Ref: GP11594)
Our client is a highly successful manufacturer of fitted furniture. Due to growth in their business, they are wanting to recruit experienced Edgebanders. This is an exciting opportunity to join a growing company where skills are valued. If you have a background in woodworking and experience of edgebanding machinery, we want to hear from you!
Are you a graduate looking for a career in IT sales? If so, this could be the role for you. Our client is a successful provider of niche IT solutions to the business market. Traditionally, this role is a stepping stone towards more senior roles within the business and is seen as a training ground for the account management team. The successful candidate will be tasked with selling an initial workshop based upon the clients individual needs and will be paid a lucrative commission rate for any sales made. If you are a graduate with b2b sales experience, we want to hear from you NOW!
Our client is a specialist, global engineering company providing a range of bespoke products to a growing market. Due to market growth, they are requiring an experienced document controller for their office. The successful candidate will be responsible for; Producing and managing documentation in line with customer requirements Developing and managing processes to effectively manage documentation Ensuring that customer documentation requirements are handled efficiently across all functions Ensuring that records are kept for future reference The ideal candidate will; Have a background in document control, preferably in a technical environment Have excellent IT skills Have strong attention to detail and accuracy Be able to communicate across multiple teams both in writing and verbally
My client is a market leader and global provider of construction services to the Oil & Gas, Petrochem, Renewable Energy and Power Generation industries. The business has a global reach across the major continents with a specific focus on project delivery of construction, refurbishment and maintenance of module platforms and drill rigs. Reporting into the Operations Manager for Projects you will be responsible for providing full management for their upgrade and new build CAPEX projects. Playing a lead role in interfacing on all technical and commercial matters Establish project teams with appropriate qualifications and resources to manage the projects Develop and update detailed execution plans for all phases of the project Participate in long term future concept design and engineering studies to make appropriate and structured projects proposals Project close out to ensure orderly transfer of documentation and information to operations Commercially focussed and experience of working to budgets and p&l accounts. Client facing and involved in the tendering process through to project execution and completion. The ideal candidate will have: Experience in a Project Management role for the construction of Oil & Gas modules, platforms and MODUs Construction and Fabrication experience critical for this role Dry-dock / Shipyard experience Proven track record managing large scale construction and fabrication projects through to completion. Key words: Construction, Fabrication, Project Manager, IRM, Oil & Gas, Topsides, MODUs, North Scotland, Platforms, Staff.
The Job: As part of a continuous drive to improve performance, we are looking for an experienced Quality Manager to ensure the business meets all quality standards (ISO9001) and complies with all certification and standard operating procedures. Through observations and audits you will identify and implement quality initiatives across the business. You will apply quality standards for this profitable and growing designer and manufacturer of advanced pneumatic and fluid control solutions. The Company: Situated in Yorkshire, our client is part of a global market leading manufacturer of pneumatic and fluid control solutions and related instrumentation. Operating across a range of industry sectors including Food, Automotive, Life Sciences, Energy and Rail, the company has an excellent reputation for its ability to deliver innovative solutions of the highest quality. The Role: As a result of internal promotion, an opportunity has arisen for a talented Quality Manager. Reporting to the General Manager, you will lead a small team responsible for meeting standards and driving all quality initiatives and projects. Key responsibilities include: Ensuring full compliance with ISO9001-2000 standards. Leading and co-ordinating a small Quality Assurance and metrology team. Carrying out Quality Audits. Driving and monitoring Quality Assurance activities including New Product Introduction (NPI). Applying stringent and sustainable Quality systems and processes. Dealing with any customer quality issues including root cause analysis. Ensuring compliance with Health & Safety and Environmental standards. Applying people, skills and development management including the provision of training in quality principles. Achieving KPIs and targets in accordance with company strategy. Providing accurate activity, budget and management reports. Displaying strong communication skills and liaising closely with other departments. Candidate Requirements: With a sound Engineering and Manufacturing background, you will demonstrate the ability to drive and lead Quality initiatives. Your profile will display the following attributes: Demonstrable experience Quality Management. Knowledge of Engineering, Machining and Assembly environments (ideally involving pneumatics or fluid control systems). Extensive experience of Quality Auditing and dealing with Quality issues (both internal and with customers). People management and leadership skills. Enthusiasm and a lively personality. Relevant quality qualifications. Awareness of ISO9001-2000 standards and processes including SPC. Time Management and Project completion skills. Ability to manage differing / conflicting priorities. Strong communication skills at all levels. Further Details: The role carries a competitive salary and benefits package including company car (or allowance), annual bonus and pension scheme and is commutable from Bradford, Wakefield, York, Selby, Huddersfield, Pontefract, Barnsley, Doncaster and surrounding areas. Please submit your details online (Ref: GP/11541) or call Gordon Palmer on 0113 246 8882. Key Words: Quality, ISO9001, Audit, Standards, Engineering, Pneumatics, Fluid, Manager, Yorkshire
The Company Leading machining organisation based in the north east dealing with a range of metals, both ferrous and non ferrous, in to the aerospace and oil and gas industries. The Role Responsible for providing quality engineering support to the quality manager, you will focus on inspection, acquiring new quality certificates, keeping up to date with current and relevant quality standards and contributing to the NPI process. The ideal candidate A few years experience within a quality technician or a quality engineering role Ideally diploma in quality assurance or similar Experience of using a range of quality tools Pareto, SPC, 5 whys, fishbone etc. Experience of working to ISO9001 Able to use 8D non conformance. To apply/further information For further information or to apply for the role, please apply online or call 0113 246 8882 or 07896694356. Key Words: quality engineer, quality technician, metal, quality assurance, steel, alloy, ferrous, non ferrous, titanium, nickel
We are looking for an Estimating Engineer to join our successful and growing client. You will use your knowledge of engineering, manufacturing and CNC machining to provide customers and colleagues with detailed estimates and quotes for precision machined components. The Company: Situated in Yorkshire close to the motorway network, our client is a market leading manufacturer of round components and rings up to 1mm in diameter. Operating across the oil and gas and energy industries, the company has an excellent reputation for its ability to deliver innovative solutions and bespoke production machinery of the highest quality. The Role: An opportunity has arisen for an Estimator/costing engineer (Engineering and CNC Machining). You will be responsible for the accurate, efficient, cost-effective and timely provision of technical estimates and customer quotations. Key responsibilities include: οΏ½ Preparation of detailed estimates for meeting customer orders involving materials, machining, assembly, wiring & commission times for the manufacture of components, sub-assemblies and machines. οΏ½ Preparation of detailed estimates for Precision component parts. οΏ½ The ability to estimate from basic concept layouts and detailed drawings. οΏ½ Preparation of detailed technical quotations. οΏ½ Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously. οΏ½ Liaising with customers. οΏ½ Liaising with suppliers and obtaining quotes. οΏ½ Commercially managing jobs (ECNs). Candidate Requirements: With a sound Engineering, Manufacturing and Machine Shop background, you will demonstrate adaptability and the ability to estimate and produce customer quotations and internal estimates for precision metal components to complete bespoke automated production solutions. Your profile will also display the following attributes: οΏ½ Have a good understanding of engineering principles, manufacturing / machining processes, times & techniques. οΏ½ Have relevant engineering qualifications (HNC minimum requirement) or apprenticeship. οΏ½ Ideally possess experience as a turner, miller or CNC machinist and have served an appropriate apprenticeship. οΏ½ Be capable of working well on own initiative and as part of a team. οΏ½ Have ability to understand complex engineering drawings. οΏ½ Strong Time Management Skills. οΏ½ Ability to manage differing / conflicting priorities. οΏ½ Strong communication skills at all levels. Applying and Further Details: The role carries a competitive salary and benefits package and is commutable from Bradford, Wakefield, York, Halifax, Huddersfield and surrounding areas. Please apply on-line (quoting reference LD/11588) or call Laura Dickinson on 0113 246 8882.
A Market Leading FMCG company is looking to appoint a CI Champion to work within their thriving factory in the South Yorkshire Area. This is a great opportunity for an experienced CI Engineer/ CI Manager to really make a sudden impact on Continuous Improvement/ Lean / Six Sigma Strategies including the implementation of Lean Methodology such as Kanban, Kaizen Workshops, Poka-Yoke, 5s, SMED and Takt Times. You will be involved in creating a cultural change towards lean and continuous improvement and be instrumental in training and developing up and coming engineers. We are interested in speaking to candidates who have strong and proven background in continuous improvement and lean. Highly advantageous is strong knowledge and understanding of Six sigma (Green or Black belt) and experience of working within a fast moving manufacturing environment. For the successful candidate there will be a clear career path available within a successful business. For more information please call 0113 246 8882
Our client is an established player in the supply of software services. This growing organisation has a strong presence within the pharmaceutical, medical devices, food and beverage industries. They are currently going through a period of expansion to increase their presence in the UK and as a result have a requirement for an experienced Business Accelerator to join their organisation. The successful candidate will be responsible for the development and delivery of the UK market entry strategy, involving market research and networking across the target sectors including; Resellers, direct customers and manufacturing firms. A proven track record of sales and marketing in to the above target sectors is essential coupled with a background in the pharmaceutical, beverage, medical devices and food industry. You will be a strong communicator with the ability to work well independently and as part of a team. Experience in the development and delivery of market entry strategies is vital. This is an ideal opportunity for a commercial professional looking to utilise their existing knowledge and experience. To be considered please submit your details. Alternatively, for a private and confidential discussion please contact Laura Dickinson 0113 246 8882 / 07896694356.
We are working on behalf of a global engineering company who are recruiting for a Castings Engineer who will coordinate the introduction of new product development and provide ongoing support of the manufacturing facility to ensure product quality of cast products into the medical Industry. Key Responsibilities include Convert Customer enquiries into estimates for quotation. Review incoming specifications and drawings. Contract review of purchase orders. Design Methods of Manufacture, fixtures, techniques and associated tooling to ensure the cast product meet drawing requirements. Create, maintain and complete NPDI Folder for all new parts. Provide guidance and support to ensure company compliance with Quality Assurance requirements and systems. Provide technical and quality support for Manufacturing and Sales. Ensure all new parts are validated in accordance specifications. The Successful candidate will have: Good problem solving skills. An organised and methodical approach to each task. The ability to communicate effectively with all levels of personnel. A willingness to take on difficult manufacturing problems and rises to the challenge. Experience of working in a casting or similar environment. Bachelors degree or equivalent in an engineering or manufacturing discipline or a recognised engineering apprenticeship. This is an excellent opportunity for somebody to join a well established fast growing global business with excellent career progression opportunities. If you would like any more information please call 0113 246 8882.
Displaying 13 jobs from Dudley Child