Manufacturing Process Engineer

Posted 3 weeks ago
Kirkby in Ashfield
£40,000 - £45,000 per year
Application ends: April 24, 2024
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    £40,000 - £45,000 per year

Job Description

Job ID: 32489
£40,000 – £45,000 per annum
Monday to Friday 8am – 4:15pm
Kirkby in Ashfield

This is an exciting opportunity to be a part of a forward-thinking Process Engineering Team involving both reactive problem-solving and long-term strategic project work.

As a Process Engineer, you will have ownership of a production process, detecting trends or non-conformity, investigating root cause and implementing corrective action.

Process Engineer – Skills & Attributes

  • Previous experience within a technical manufacturing environment (ideally regulated)
  • Previous Experience working as a Process Engineer, Manufacturing Engineer, Conformance Engineer, CI Engineer  
  • Knowledge of engineering problem solving tools (Lean, Six Sigma).
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft suite (including Excel and PowerPoint).
  • The ability to present technical findings through producing high quality technical reports and delivering professional presentations to internal and external stakeholders.
  • Self-motivated, a strong team player able to collaborate across functions.
  • Ability to manage and solve complex problems.
  • Capable of working on multiple projects, managing project plans and time scales to ensure delivery.

Process Engineer Responsibilities

  • Contribute to a culture of continuous process improvement to benefit capability, cost and reduce environmental impact. 
  • Monitor process capability and understand Key Process Variables (KPVs) which influence this.  Implement and maintain a control strategy for these KPVs, present KPV data at both internal and external customer reviews.  Use the data to implement improvement plans.
  • Support the purchasing and validating of new manufacturing equipment
  • Develop processes with your industry knowledge and strategic thinking to assess any possible deviation in the production process.
  • Manage risk of manufacturing processes through use of Process Failure Mode Effect Analysis (PFMEAs). 
  • Use the risk ranking to prioritise improvement activities.
  • Investigate process deviations/non-conformance through use of appropriate problem-solving techniques, action containment and corrective action in order to protect the customer.
  • Provide specialist process-related input to tooling design, and to help define and improve tooling design rules.
  • Create and/or approve technical work instructions in compliance with customer requirements.


  • Private health care scheme
  • Dental allowance
  • Free eye tests and glasses allowance.
  • Performance related bonus scheme.
  • Cycle to work scheme.
  • Day off work for your birthday.
  • Free on-site parking with electric vehicle charging points.
  • Paid professional memberships.

Opportunity for development and growth.

Embracing diversity in all its forms, our client is an equal opportunity employer. They welcome individuals from all walks of life, irrespective of race, gender, age, disability, sexual orientation, religion, or belief.

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