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Manufacturing Engineer

Speke - Liverpool, UK
Closing Date
27th September 2021
15 shift holidays + more. See below.

Job Description

We are looking for a multi-disciplined manufacturing engineer with a thorough understanding of engineering principles and experience of component manufacture and design in a precision engineering environment. Experience within valve manufacturing is desirable. Candidates must have good attention to detail and demonstrate a thorough, methodical approach to their working environment.

Operating from our purpose-built facility in Speke, we are market leaders in the manufacture and supply of containment valves and integrated material handling equipment for the Pharmaceutical, Chemical and Bio-tech process industries.  We offer the opportunity to work for an award-winning and growing Company in a dynamic and progressive environment in which you can add real value to the business and know that your career development is as important to us as it is to you.

The Role

  • Define manufacturing and inspection processes required to produce internally manufactured parts
  • Ensure all manufacturing processes and documentation (CNC & CMM programs, tool sheets, quality plans etc.) and product structures are compiled, reviewed and completed for the relevant target dates
  • Investigate manufacturing problems or failures, and implement corrective and preventive actions
  • With support of senior team members, make technical decisions for manufacturing processes that are either running or scheduled to run
  • Provide manufacturing technicians with technical support during manufacturing processes and with daily queries and problems

Essential Skills

  • Degree qualified or equivalent in a relevant mechanical engineering discipline, preferably with manufacturing engineering
  • 2 years‘ experience working within manufacturing engineering of CNC machined products
  • Strong understanding of ISO programming
  • Capable of reading and interpreting technical drawings and documentation
  • A thorough understanding of CAD modelling, CAM programming and programming of CMM equipment

Desirable Skills

  • Strong understanding of Fanuc control systems
  • Experience using Autodesk FeatureCAM software
  • Experience using PC-DMIS measurement software
  • Experience programming multi-axis turn/mill machine tools

Shift Pattern

Rotating shift pattern, working 35.25 hours per week:

Week One       Monday to Wednesday          05:55 to 17:40

Week Two       Thursday to Saturday              05:55 to 17:40

What's on offer?

  • Competitive salary
  • 15 shift holidays per annum (equiv. to 3/5th of 25 days per year), plus any bank holidays off that fall on a working day or a day back in lieu if off shift
  • Life Assurance 4 times salary
  • Income protection scheme
  • On-site parking
  • Cycle to Work Scheme
  • RAC breakdown cover
  • Perks and Discounts via BenefitHub
  • Access to employee assistance and wellbeing programmes (including Remote GP appointments, Mental Health and Physiotherapy support)

How do I apply?

Please send your cover letter and CV to before the closing date of 27th September 2021.