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This is an excellent opportunity to join a leading defence systems company as an EMC Engineer providing technical support for all stages of the product development lifecycle from concept, design, qualification and in-service support. As EMC Engineer you will be responsible for requirements specification and management, data analysis, simulation, modelling and testing using state-of-the-art anechoic and reverberation (mode-stirred/tuned) EMC chambers. The team is also involved in the development of advanced simulation and test techniques. Responsibilities; Producing EMC Environmental Requirement Specifications Utilise electromagnetic modelling and circuit modelling in order to analyse issues and design solutions, such as filters, transorbs and gaskets Provide technical guidance regarding appropriate technologies, policies and principles for surviving the environment, including input into conceptual studies and support for research and development projects Development of trials plans and schedules based on interpretation of the requirements and the technologies, including the selection of test facilities and specification of the required instrumentation The Candidate The ideal candidate should have the following skills and experience; Ideally degree qualified or equivalent Working experience of EMC and simulation tools, ideally within the Defence Sector Good verbal and written communication abilities Proven analytical and problem solving skills Effective at working in teams with strong interpersonal skills Strong ability to push through the correct technical solution Relevant experience of EMC defence standards and ideally experience at a UKAS accredited EMC facility You will need to be eligible for SC (Secret Level) UK Security Clearance. Benefits £36,000 - £42,000, Overtime Pay, Bonus Scheme, Pension Scheme, Life Assurance, Discounted Private Healthcare, 25 Days Holiday, Flexible Working Hours, Onsite gym, restaurant, social club, Career development and learning opportunities. For office use: Bristol, Avon, Gloucestershire, Somerset, Bath, Defence, Aerospace, Military, Automotive, Electro-magnetic compatibility, EMC, modelling, testing, simulation.
Our client develops and maintains complex payment solution systems, integrating electronic and/or mechanical components together with embedded software and network communication connectivity. The Job Working within Engineering Customer Services, this is a predominately desk-based role supporting internal and external customers and sub-contractors in improving the performance of service and maintenance contracts. As Service Integration Engineer you will have the following duties; Improve contract performance Work with customers, sub-contractors and internal departments to develop technical business improvement solutions Analyse proposed changes to sub systems Produce documents and user guides Attend customer meetings understand and action minutes Develop technical relationships Aim to become a technical lead Resolve technical queries Analyse data Produce reports The Person The ideal candidate will need to have some commercial experience in a similar or related field and possess the following skills and experience; Technical Qualification to HND Advanced Excel or Visio Detailed data analysis and manipulation experience Field service/engineering role understanding Desirable Skills SQL databases MS Project/TOAD Networks, Flows, Connectivity Benefits £22000 £24000, Pension, 25 days holiday, Healthcare Benefits For office use: London, West End, Baker Street, Excel, Visio, Engineering, SQL, Contract performance, field service, maintenance, engineer, sub-systems, systems, technical support, data analysis, analyse data, reporting.
Frestag or Logotag Experience Required £30,000 pro rata full-time or part-time position This is an excellent opportunity for an experienced CNC Operator to join an established and successful company supplying machined marble and stone products. Your role will involve following instructions from the Factory Manager in setting machines to - cut recess drainers, recess shower trays, drilling holes, rebating/profiling skirting/architraves and cutting geometric shapes from natural stone and quartz composite. If you have previous experience using Frestag or Logotag programmes on CNC equipment then we would like to hear from you. For office use: Hertfordshire, Middlesex, London, Buckinghamshire, Watford, Harrow, Logotag, Frestag.
Shift Service/Maintenance Engineer Tamworth, Warwickshire £28000 - £34000 + Bonus, 23 days holiday, BUPA Healthcare, Pension Scheme, Life Assurance and more Key skills: Planned and Reactive Maintenance, Continuous Improvement, Automation, PLCs, An opportunity to join a dynamic time-critical materials handling company with good career development prospects. As part of a team you will keep this state-of-the-art facility fully operational, working to strict deadlines in a continuous improvement environment. Responsibilities; Equipment set ups, conveyor belt and roller changes Fault finding, diagnosis and repair of electrical and/or mechanical faults PPM electrical and mechanical maintenance Application of continuous improvement initiatives to improve equipment reliability A working knowledge or good understanding of PLCs is desirable You should have a good mix of the following skills and experience; Qualifications in Electrical and/or Mechanical Engineering or equivalent (Apprenticeship/NVQ/HNC etc) Good technical understanding /experience with automation hardware and/or software Electrical or mechanical skills and experience gained in any relevant industry background such as manufacturing and distribution (FMCG, distribution, automotive, aerospace, production, materials handling etc.) The shift pattern will include Days/Nights/Weekends. For office use only: Mechanical, Sutton Coldfield, Electrical, Electro-mechanical, maintenance, service, repair, fault finding, PLCs, Siemens, Dordon, automation, Maintenance Engineer, Nuneaton, Tamworth, Programmable Logic, Service Engineer, Electrical Engineer, Shift Engineer, Polesworth, avionics, Maintenance Technician, Multi-skilled Maintenance Engineer, Multiskilled Maintenance Engineer, Atherstone,
Electronic Engineer Redhill, Surrey £30000, Pension, Healthcare, Life Assurance, 25 Days Holiday This global engineering company designs and manufactures systems and devices used in safety critical and harsh environments. As Electronic Engineer you will work within sustaining and obsolescence engineering. Responsibilities; Investigate the causes of and possible solutions to product failures through fault finding, repair and tests to returned modules Monitor and investigate device/module reliability and work on design solutions to overcome problems Liaise with customers and OEMs regarding technical enquiries Produce reports, update support documentation and feedback on new designs from support experience Progress designs through Test, Production, Installation and Field Support Monitor and support designs through warranty period Evaluate new to market OEMs modules Provide technical support to field services, workshop and customers The ideal candidate will have a good mix of the following skills; HNC in a relevant technical discipline Engineering experience gained within a similar environment A good working knowledge of electronic engineering MS Office experience Knowledge of CADSTAR or ORCAD For office use only: Redhill, Crawley, Croydon, Leatherhead, Reigate, Horley, Dorking, Guildford, Caterham, Epsom, Surrey, West Sussex, London, repair, engineering, design, manufacture, electronic, mechanical, electro-mechanical, systems, devices, safety critical, harsh environment, Electronics Engineer, Support Engineer, Reliability Engineer, sustaining, solutions, product failures, monitor, investigate, device, module, reliability, solutions, customers, OEM, technical, support, documentation, test, production, installation, field service, warranty, warranties, evaluate, workshop, HNC, HND, Degree, technical, CADSTAR, ORCAD, testing, rework, re-work, interrogate, fault find, disassemble
The Company This is a fantastic opportunity to work for a global company that develops, implements and supports specialist turnkey electro-mechanical/IT systems for customers in the public transport industry, covering hardware and back office systems. The Job As Contract Performance Manager you will work closely with Field Service and Call Centre Managers, assessing cost, quality and contract performance to ensure that customer requirements are met. You will assist Shift Managers in planning, developing and managing the resources required to deliver the contractual obligations and be proactive in developing and facilitating business improvement solutions. Key Duties; Ensure specific deadlines, performance and budgetary constraints are met. Undertake contract level performance management resolution Develop relationships with clients and subcontractors at a tactical level building on the day-to-day relationship and create ways in which partnership can be further developed. Define clear, measurable indicators reflecting departmental output, performance and customer service and ensure staff adheres to them. Ensure all aspects of the technical delivery of the systems are measured. Plan and deliver all system upgrades or variations as necessary Work with performance analyst team ensuring good practice levels are maintained. Understand and actively support the Managing Directors commitment to be accountable for the health, safety and welfare of customers, members of the public, employees and contractors/suppliers. The Person Essential experience; Educated to GCSE/A level standard Experience of undertaking a leading role in contract management in a transport/commercial environment Field service knowledge in the Underground, Main Line rail or Bus industry Ability to demonstrate detailed knowledge of performance measurement techniques and their application. Desirable; Knowledge of practical application of ISO 9001 and relevant Health and Safety Legislation Data management experience including monitoring and checking. Benefits £40,000, Pension Scheme (8% Company Contribution), Life assurance, 25 days holiday, Plus More
Electronics Engineer Cambridge £26000 - £40000, 21 days + Bank Holidays + Pension Scheme Skills: Analogue, Digital, Low Power, PCB, EMC, RF Circuits, Power Circuits, Batteries, A leading manufacturer of low power microcontroller driven portable electronic devices for harsh environments is expanding and requires an experienced Electronics Engineer to join their R&D and production design team. The role involves new electronic product design and variation work on existing devices including; design of analogue and digital circuits, prototyping and breadboarding. Personal Attributes; Degree/HND or equivalent in Electronics Engineering Low power design for portable devices Microcontroller based digital design Good Soldering skills High level programming preferably in C language Experience of PCB and Circuit schematic capture tools Knowledge of EMC testing Basic mechanical engineering skills For office use only: Electronics Design Engineer, Handheld devices, ISO9000, Hardware Design Engineer, Sensors, Detection, Linear Electronics, NPD, New Product Development, Dual flat no leads, Electronics Designer, Hardware Engineer, Letchworth, Royston, Cambridge, Saffron Walden, Suffolk, Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire, Bedford, DFN, 0402, prototype, bread-boarding, micros, micro-controller, SMT, surface-mount, surface mount, analog, Through hole, PCB, printed circuit board, through-hole
Senior Electronics Engineer Stevenage, Hertfordshire £30000-£32000, Pension Scheme, 25 days Holiday, Subsidised Healthcare, Excellent Benefits This multinational company designs and manufactures a range of precision engineered, pioneering electro-mechanical products for the global aerospace and defence sectors. They are currently seeking a Senior Electronics Engineer to join their design team. Responsibilities; Technical requirement capture and negotiation Digital and Analogue design from requirements Detailed circuit design and PCB Layout Testing, validation and certification of designs Production of detailed documentation You should have a good mix of the following knowledge, skills and experience; Relevant technical qualifications FPGA devices and VHDL (including SoC configurations) Digital electronic design including Microprocessors Analogue electronics including Radio Frequency Power Electronics e.g. Actuators, PSU, Invertors The use of CAE Design tools (e.g. Mentor Graphics, Zuken, Xilinx) For office use only: Hertfordshire, A2C, RF, Graduate Engineer, Electronics Design, Essex, Bedfordshire, Electronics Design Engineer, Cambridgeshire, Xilinx, Power PC, PCBs, Aerospace, Milton Keynes, Defence, Hatfield, St Albans, Electronics Development, Luton, Bedford, Harlow, Bishops Stortford, Hitchin, Hemel Hempstead, Cambridge, Stevenage, Security Cleared, SC, electronic, SOC,
Electronic Design Team Leader - Stevenage £37000 - £50000, Pension Scheme, 25 days Holiday, Subsidised Healthcare, Excellent Benefits This international company designs cutting edge electronic systems for use in aerospace and military defence applications. An exciting and challenging opportunity exists for a Technical Lead in Electronics Design to play a key role in developing electronic systems and subsystems capable of withstanding extreme pressures and temperatures in harsh environments. The role is varied and covers the complete engineering project lifecycle from concept design, through development and test to manufacture. You will need to have broad technical knowledge in more than one of the following domains to be considered; Subsystem/board electronic architecture definition from sub-system requirements inputs Design of Xilinx FPGA devices including SOC configurations Design of Digital Electronics including Microprocessors (e.g. Power PC, ARM) Design of Analogue Electronics including RF Design of Power Electronics (e.g. PSUs, Actuator drive circuitry) Test System architecture definition embracing electronic, mechanical and software disciplines The use of CAE Design tools (Xilinx EDK, ModelSim, Schematic Editors (Zuken preferred) Negotiation of and documenting subsystem requirements Producing reports and presentations Understanding and working with COTS based solutions Working with test design tools (e.g. LabView, TestWay and eXpress) The role may require UK and European travel and is a good opportunity to join a large company with excellent career progression and personal development prospects. For office use only: Hertfordshire, Essex, Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Milton Keynes, Hatfield, St Albans, Luton, Bedford, Harlow, Bishops Stortford, Hitchin, Hemel Hempstead, Cambridge, Security Cleared, SC, electronics design, analogue, analog, digital, defence, aerospace, automotive, military, harsh environments, temperature, pressure, sensors, actuators, Principal Engineer, Electronic Engineer, Electronics Engineer, Design Team Leader
This global Systems Engineering Company designs and manufactures special purpose equipment and devices that integrate software, electronic and mechanical components. An exciting opportunity exists for an experienced Quality Engineer to support the Quality Manager in developing, implementing and auditing quality processes on engineering product development projects. Responsibilities include; Play a leading role in process improvement and to provide training, advice and practical assistance in the implementation of agreed processes. Perform quality assurance and audit activities during all stages of the project life cycle. Help identify non-conformances and assist in the implementation of solutions. Ensure that all equipment maintainability and reliability issues are reviewed and facilitate action towards continuous improvement. The ideal candidate should have a good mix of the following skills and experience; HNC/HND or equivalent experience in Mechanical / Electrical Engineering Experience in an engineering / technical environment Good working knowledge of ISO 9000 Desirable skills and experience; Experience gained within a high tech commercial environment Experience of software development methodologies and control (TickIT) Experience of production engineering or site installation For office use only: Crawley, Redhill, Surrey, West Sussex, London, Kent, QA, Quality, engineering, Quality Engineer, electronics, mechanical, software, hardware, systems, audit, processes, non-conformance, continuous improvement, telecommunications, defence, aerospace, IT, electronic
The Company This is a fantastic opportunity to work for a global company that develops, implements and manages specialist turnkey electro-mechanical/IT systems for their customers, covering hardware and complex datasets. The Job As Performance Analyst you will be responsible for providing accurate reports to customers and management on company performance against contract. Accountabilities; Monitoring of data flow Investigating non-conformities. Assisting with the accuracy of asset control and lists. Developing and designing performance data/reports Production of contract KPIs Producing recommendations from technical, contractual, process and management analysis. Liaising with other team members in producing proposals. Developing, maintaining and distributing knowledge of the data management and analysis systems The Person You should have a good mix of the following skills and experience; Advanced Level Word, Excel or Access. Worked in a high-pressured customer service environment. Proven customer service skills. Experience of data analysis in a technical environment Good communication skills. Commercially Aware Analytical and thoughtful Ability to develop reports and analysis on own initiative. Excellent Listening skills Potential for advancement. Benefits £30,000, Pension, 25 Days Holiday, Pension Scheme (Contributions 8% Company, 4% Minimum Employee), Life assurance, Medicash Reward Scheme, Child Care Vouchers (salary sacrifice system) For office use only: London, Business intelligence, service level agreement, SLA, key performance indicators, KPI, databases, networking, I.T., Excel, Access, Word, MS Office, analysing, analysis, analysed, technical, contracts, systems.
Safety Engineer Design Analysis Stevenage - £38000-44000 + Excellent package This leading aerospace and defence technology company designs innovative and sophisticated engineering systems. As Safety Engineer you will have hands-on involvement at the design, analysis and integration stages to ensure the on-going safety and dependability of these complex and safety-critical systems. Working throughout the full product development lifecycle, activities will include; Design analysis and the generation of the safety programme plans Hazard Identification exercises (SWIFT and HAZOP). Hazard management and risk analysis, including Fault Tree and Event Tree analysis. Construction of Safety Cases providing safety arguments, ALARP statements and Hazard logs Support to project Safety Panels and Committees You should have a good mix of the following skills and experience; Experience of working in a Systems Engineering environment Detail engineering experience preferably in Electronics Engineering Hands on analytical and problem solving skills Eligibility for SC (Secret Level) UK Security Clearance. Benefits £38000 - £44000, Overtime Pay, Bonus Scheme, Pension Scheme, Life Assurance, Discounted Private Healthcare, 25 Days Holiday, Flexible Working Hours, Onsite gym, restaurant, social club, Career development and learning opportunities. For office use only: Hertfordshire, Essex, Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Milton Keynes, Hatfield, St Albans, Luton, Bedford, Harlow, Bishops Stortford, Hitchin, Hemel Hempstead, Cambridge, Stevenage, London, Defence, Aerospace, Military, Automotive, Rail, Nuclear, Oil & Gas, safety critical, off-shore, offshore,
This is an interesting role working for a large systems engineering company assembling electro-mechanical modules, sub-assemblies and complete systems in a busy production workshop environment. The ideal applicant should understand technical drawings and deciphering requirements, have previous production assembly experience and be able to communicate errors in drawings or assembly to Production Engineers. Some rework will also be involved. For office use only: electro-mechanical, electro/mechanical, electromechanical, mechanical, assemble, assembly, build, production, assembler, sub-assemblies, re-work, Production Assembler, Production Technician, Redhill, Crawley, Croydon, Leatherhead, Reigate, Horley, Dorking, Guildford, Caterham, Epsom, Surrey, West Sussex, London.
The Company An exciting and challenging role working for a global organisation manufacturing precision engineered electronic and electro-mechanical devices supplying markets worldwide. Reporting to the Operations Director the key purpose of the role is to improve the supply chain in terms of quality, cost and delivery lead times. The Job Managing a team of seven including Buyers, Supplier Performance and Materials management staff you will be expected to lead and train your team to deliver against new processes and procedures. With an inventory of thousands of electronics and mechanical components and hundreds of suppliers you will liaise with and manage a complex supply chain including suppliers of bespoke parts as well as company group commodities buyers. You will need to manage supplier quality, obsolescence and delivery lead times. A key challenge will be to drive a cultural change away from one of expediting to one which requires more analysis and forecasting of future manufacturing needs and trends to improve lead times in product delivery to customers in an increasingly competitive market. The Person You should be degree educated with significant man management experience gained within a purchasing and manufacturing environment and preferably CIPS qualified. You should also have the drive and confidence to challenge existing processes and working methodologies and implement change whilst keeping others on side. Benefits £50000 - £55000, Fully Expensed Company Car, Pension Scheme, 25 Days Holiday For office use only: High Wycombe, Bracknell, Staines, Hounslow, Uxbridge, Slough, Maidenhead, Reading, Farnborough, Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Middlesex, Surrey, Purchasing Manager, Head of Purchasing, Materials Manager, Commodity Manager, purchasing, procurement, electromechanical, supplier quality, inventory, strategic, strategy, Kanban, JIT
£38000-£50000, Pension Scheme, 25 days Holiday, Subsidised Healthcare, Excellent Benefits This multinational company designs and manufactures precision engineered systems and devices for the global aerospace and defence sectors. As Principal Mechanical Engineer you will take the technical lead on mechanical development projects with the following responsibilities; Generate concept designs and manufacturing definitions Assist with development of engineering processes and procedures Cost technical proposals for small bid activities Define test programmes for design verification Execute proving activities for mechanical certification of products Generate mechanical interface requirements Act as main point of contact with internal and external customers Lead small sub teams and engineering support activities Deliver projects to budget You should have a good mix of the following skills and experience; Mechanical or electro-mechanical design experience Degree or equivalent in relevant discipline plus substantial relevant experience, or HND/HNC and substantial practical experience in working from a basis of concepts and principles Ideally a Chartered Engineer Experience in more than one phase of the engineering product development lifecycle with a good understanding of the total life cycle 3D CAD skills Commercial and financial awareness; able to manage budgets Capable of managing projects People and team management capabilities Analytical and problem solving skills An understanding of engineering and quality standards An understanding of structural/thermal analysis would be an advantage For office use only: Hertfordshire, Essex, Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Milton Keynes, Hatfield, St Albans, Luton, Bedford, Harlow, Bishops Stortford, Hitchin, Hemel Hempstead, Cambridge, Stevenage, Security Cleared, SC, mechanical design, defence, aerospace, military, space, automotive, Mechanical Design Engineer, Mechanical Engineer, manufacturing, design, development, projects, budgets, bid preparation, test, verification, process improvement, interface, proving, certification, mechanical, electro-mechanical, 3D CAD, budgets, Project engineering, problem solving, quality standards, structural analysis / thermal analysis, industrial validation, bids, proposals, Project Engineer, Mechanical Project Engineer, concept generation, down-selection, assimilation, partition, requirements capture
Pension Scheme, 25 days Holiday, Subsidised Healthcare, Excellent Benefits This global company designs and manufactures electro-mechanical products for use in extreme and harsh environments within the aerospace and defence sectors. You will lead the design and project management activities for a small area of a specific Test System. Accountabilities; Lead team/s that undertake the design, development and deployment of Automated Test Equipment Systems, Simulators and Field Support Equipment in order to Test a range of sub-assemblies and Systems from product development phases through to manufacturing test and trials Lead and Project manage the design, development and manufacture of Test systems. Develop and maintain the work plans and report progress. Working with Product Development and Manufacturing Teams on aspects of product Test Requirements, Testability, BIT [Build In Test], Test Access and Test Flow Work closely with Test Equipment Systems Architect and Test and Simulation Software Development teams in order to maximise efficiency by the design and implementation of Modular, Reusable Software Architectures and by the application of existing Test Hardware and Software Catalogue approaches The development of innovative and competitive Test Equipment Hardware and Software solutions and Test System Architectures You should have a good mix of the following skills and experience; Experience in a similar role, preferably obtained from within the Aerospace, Defence or Automotive industry Broad technical knowledge of Test System Architectural definitions encompassing Electronic, Mechanical and Software disciplines Technical lead for Test Equipment activities including future concepts and applied research. Team leading experience Detailed knowledge in more than one of the following domains is required: The design and development of manual, semi-automated and fully computerised ATE [Automatic Test Equipment] Subsystem/board electronic architecture definition from sub-system requirement inputs Design of Digital Electronics test solutions that include FPGAs and Microprocessors (e.g. Power PC, ARM) Design of Analogue, Baseband and RF test solutions Design of Power Electronics test solutions (e.g. PSUs Actuator drive circuitry) Test Strategy Development and Implementation. Instrumentation Integration & Control utilizing GPIB, VXI, PXI, RS232, 1553 etc. A related competence in one of the following is required:- Test Techniques: RF, Analogue, Digital, Optical, comms, in-circuit test, functional test and ESS Familiarity or awareness of using or programming MS Visual C++, C, National Instruments CVI/LabView, MS Visual Basic, HP [RMB] / HT Basic and Test Executives eg Agilent TestExec SL and National Instruments Test Stand The use of CAE Design Tools, Schematic Editors (Zuken preferred) Writing Requirement and associated documents and the ability to provide succinct and accurate reports/presentations Understanding and working with COTS based solutions Microsoft Packages (Source Safe, Project, Excel, Word, Power Point etc.) Sub contract [Test House] negotiation, control and management For office use only: Hertfordshire, Essex, Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Milton Keynes, Hatfield, St Albans, Luton, Bedford, Harlow, Bishops Stortford, Hitchin, Hemel Hempstead, Cambridge, Stevenage, Security Cleared, SC, electronics design, analogue, analog, digital, defence, defense, aerospace, Test Equipment Design Team Leader, Test Team Leader , ATE, Automatic Test Equipment, test equipment, electronics
Principal Reliability Engineer Stevenage Our client is a leading aerospace and defence technology company designing innovative and sophisticated engineering systems. As Reliability Engineer you will have hands-on involvement at the design, analysis and integration stages to ensure the on-going reliability and dependability of these complex and safety-critical systems. Working throughout the full product development lifecycle, activities will include; The generation, promotion and realisation of reliability programme plans The production of Reliability Cases Production of FMECAs Preparation of reliability and maintainability predictions Reliability growth and demonstration test planning Support to internal external project Reliability Panels and Committees You should have a good mix of the following skills and experience; Experience of working in a Systems Engineering environment Detail engineering experience, ideally in Electronic Engineering Analytical and problem solving skills A track record as an effective team player with strong interpersonal skills Eligibility for SC (Secret Level) UK Security Clearance. Benefits £38000 - £44000, Overtime Pay, Bonus Scheme, Pension Scheme, Life Assurance, Discounted Private Healthcare, 25 Days Holiday, Flexible Working Hours, Onsite gym, restaurant, social club, Career development and learning opportunities. For office use only: Hertfordshire, Essex, Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Milton Keynes, Hatfield, St Albans, Luton, Bedford, Harlow, Bishops Stortford, Hitchin, Hemel Hempstead, Cambridge, Stevenage, London, Defence, Aerospace, Military, Automotive, Testing, Dependable, safety critical,
This leading engineering systems company requires an experienced Assistant Buyer to support the Senior Buyer for an initial 3 month period. The role involves receiving and reviewing purchase requisitions and purchase orders for accuracy; sourcing materials; coordinating the purchase of stationery, business cards and printing; generating reports and expediting the deliveries of goods; investigating invoice queries and generally liaising with Goods-In and Accounts. The Person You should have purchasing administration experience, an aptitude to learn a Procurement system and competency in using software packages. Experience working in an engineering company is desirable. For office use only: Redhill, Crawley, Croydon, Leatherhead, Reigate, Horley, Dorking, Guildford, Caterham, Epsom, Surrey, West Sussex, London, Purchasing, Buying, purchase, PO, purchase order, Buyer, expedite, Goods In., Contract, invoicing
Our client is a leading aerospace and defence technology company designing innovative and sophisticated engineering systems. As a key member of the Safety and Dependability team you will be actively involved at all stages of the product development lifecycle and within each programme team provide a technical capability to allow the development and manufacture of products that are reliable and safe. The Job The prime responsibility of this role is the generation, promotion and realisation of reliability programme plans on a given project, including the production of the associated Reliability Case. Activities within the Reliability domain will include: Production of FMECAs Preparation of reliability and maintainability predictions Creation and management of critical items lists Reliability growth and demonstration test planning Support to internal external project Reliability Panels and Committees Provide advice on Reliability aspects to Systems Design Team The Candidate You should have a good mix of the following skills and experience; Experience of working in a Systems Engineering environment Detail engineering experience (design, software, manufacture etc.) is desirable. Ability to work as part of a multi-disciplinary / multinational team Good verbal and written communication skills Analytical and problem solving skills A track record as an effective team player with strong interpersonal skills Eligibility for SC (Secret Level) UK Security Clearance. Benefits £38000 - £44000, Overtime Pay, Bonus Scheme, Pension Scheme, Life Assurance, Discounted Private Healthcare, 25 Days Holiday, Flexible Working Hours, Onsite gym, restaurant, social club, Career development and learning opportunities. For office use only: Bristol, Avon, Gloucestershire, Somerset, Bath, Defence, Aerospace, Military, Automotive.
Technical Manager RF Systems Research and Design Stevenage £45000 - £60000 Pension Scheme, Life Assurance, Healthcare, 25 Days Holiday, Flexible Working Hours, Onsite gym, restaurant, International Travel Key skills: Technical Leadership, People and Performance Management, Project Delivery, Resource planning, Bids and Commercial Awareness Joining this multinational company, a leading designer and manufacturer of precision engineered electro-mechanical systems for the Aerospace and Defence sector you will be at the cutting edge of technology. As a Technical Manager working with these latest technologies you will lead research and design activities relating to the development of RF Sensors and Systems. Responsibilities: Leadership of international multi-disciplinary teams including: Systems engineers, Electronics and Mechanical engineers, Firmware and Software engineers Coordination to ensure efficient use of staff resources Project planning and management including: - Preparation and implementation of project plans - Control of project costs and milestones - Working with functional resource managers to obtain the resources required for projects - Management of project teams - Reporting and forecasting of project performance - Control of subcontracts as required Interfacing with customers to ensure system concepts meet needs in terms of functionality, performance, cost and timescale Support the identification of business opportunities and the preparation of bids You should have a good mix of the following skills and attributes: Strong leadership and management skills with an enthusiasm for innovation and an ability to deliver through others Technical skills to lead multidisciplinary project teams A good knowledge of business (strategy, organisation, processes, interactions) to ensure successful definition and delivery of projects Good communication skills; able to communicate at all levels across the organisation and to create effective written reports Strong negotiating and influencing skills Innovation ability to identify and drive forward new concepts Excellent problem solving skills and ability to establish clarity and, subsequently, solve complex technical problems is essential For office use only: Hertfordshire, Essex, Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Milton Keynes, Hatfield, St Albans, Luton, Bedford, Harlow, Bishops Stortford, Hitchin, Hemel Hempstead, Cambridge, Stevenage, London, Defence, Aerospace, Military, Technical Lead, Systems Architect, R&D Manager, RF, Radio Frequency, Seeker, Systems Architecture, RF sensors, Signal Processing, Software, Firmware, Electronics, Mechanical, Systems Engineering, Operations, Budgets,
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