Process Engineer – Automotive

£35000 - £40000 per annum 
Job Type:
Sutton Coldfield 
Manufacturing and Production 
Job Ref:

Process Engineer – Automotive
c.£35k-£40k per annum plus benefits

A manufacturer of plastic injection moulded automotive products are looking to recruit a Process Engineer for their team.

The Role
The Process Engineer will be responsible for managing the design of production processes on site and continuous improvement of processes at mass production stage.
Working closely with the project management and manufacturing teams, they will monitor engineering schedules, allocated budgets and the design process for customer specifications and manufacturing demands.
The process engineer will build up and maintain all technical documentation relating to processes and be responsible for validation of technical changes made. They will also participate in the selection of suppliers.
The will work across multidisciplinary teams within the company and be expected to mentor process technicians and other less experienced members of the team.

The Candidate
The successful candidate will have experience working as a Process Engineer from either a plastic injection moulding background or automotive manufacturing company.
They will have an engineering qualification or equivalent experience in the role in automotive manufacturing.
It is a must to have lean manufacturing, continuous improvement techniques and FMEA experience in the automotive sector.

The Company:
A leading worldwide company based in the West Midlands who design and manufacture rigid Plastic injection moulding products for the Automotive sector. The company is part of a larger group of companies who operate worldwide.

Interested? If so, send us your CV and we will consider you for the first stage of the recruitment process.

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