Job Title: Manufacturing Engineer
Location: Newcastle upon Tyne
Job Type: Full-time, permanent.
Responsive Engineering Ltd provides a complete diverse, end-to-end manufacturing capabilities under one roof. Utilising technology and highly skilled employees, we provide discreet components or full-service offerings to our customers to a very high standard. As a company, we value wellbeing, driven individuals who work well together, ensuring trusted partnerships with a strong sense of ambition. Our ideal candidate will embody these values and demonstrate a commitment to promoting a safe, positive and supportive work environment. We are committed to being first in line, when it comes to taking responsibility for complex manufacturing solutions and to be recognised for customer and employee excellence.
Overall, Responsive Engineering Ltd is dedicated to delivering manufacturing engineered solutions that meet the needs of our customers, while upholding our values of wellbeing, driven, togetherness, ambition, and trusted partnerships.
About the Role:
A host of recent contract wins by our sister company has prompted the requirement to expand our team. There has never been a more exciting time to be a Manufacturing Engineer at Responsive Engineering with opportunities to contribute to UK armoured vehicle programmes. Working with the latest technologies, processes and capabilities.
Reporting to the Principal Manufacturing Engineer and working as part of the Engineering team, the Manufacturing Engineer will be responsible for the translation of customer requirements and specifications into ERP routings and manufacturing plans, fulfilling customer quality and technical specifications in the most cost-effective manner, and in accordance with our policies and procedures. You will develop, evaluate, and improve manufacturing methods, utilising knowledge of product design, materials and parts, fabrication and machining processes, tooling and production equipment capabilities, assembly methods, and quality control standards.
You will require a degree in Mechanical or Manufacturing Engineering or equivalent with previous experience working in a manufacturing environment – understanding profiling, fabrication, welding, painting and machine operations with the ability to interpret complex mechanical and technical drawings. You should have a positive approach, with the ability to work as part of a team and prioritise effectively whilst working to strict deadlines.
Successful candidate would need to be able obtain and maintain the necessary Security Clearance as required.