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— Highly complex Scientific equipmentLocation:WorcesterSalary:Competitive with up to 15% bonusHigh value, low volume – technically complex. A wide range of customers and industries served. Strong culture with a positive working environment. This is an opportunity for a Manufacturing Engineer looking to join an innovative and highly professional, inclusive, and driven environment, working on the development of high value, low volume Scientific equipment manufacture. The company offers a fast-growing environment, with excellent opportunities for career development. What you’ll be doing: Work on both current and new products to help quality, delivery and cost targets are achieved. Utilise Lean manufacturing methods such as Six Sigma, SPC, 8D, DFMA, FMEA and Kanban. Production/Materials support including supplier analysis. New Value Innovation including product procurement and build, drawing release and control, BOM, supplier selection and assistant in the generation of documentation. Monitor Quality of build/test, cost controls and assist other teams. What experience you will need to apply: Degree qualified ideally 2.1 or higher within a Manufacturing or Engineering related subject. Ability to work on or aspirations to work with high value, low volume equipment with a complexity and challenge. High Technology products experience would be beneficial. Good understanding of Lean manufacture methods especially Six Sigma (Green or Black belt would be highly desirable but not essential). Knowledge of Mechanical Engineering production processes – any 3D CAD or DFMEA skills would be a bonus. Driven and able to work with a variety of cross-functional teams. What you’ll get in return for your experience To be part of a great culture, working on a wide variety of interesting products, for a leading player within their domain. Commutable from Cheltenham, Gloucester, Hereford, South Birmingham and Worcester. Excellent benefits including a competitive bonus scheme (15%). What's next? For more information or to apply, apply directly to this advert to speak with Roy Bennett.
— Fast growing Life Science technologyLocation:StevenageSalary:£26,000 - £28,000Fast growing and extremely innovative scale-up. Utilising unique methods for Bioprocessing. Strong career progression opportunities. This is an opportunity to join an exciting Bioprocessing innovator using a breakthrough platform to reduce the manufacturing costs within the Cell & Gene Therapy and Discovery markets. In line with growth, they are looking for a Technician to assist with Microfluidic development and microfabrication.What you’ll be doing:Perform microfabrication including soft lithography, CNC micromilling, stamping, and bonding to help develop, fabricate and prepare microfluidic technology. Additionally you will obtain data on microfabrication and hyroddynamics flow tests to suggest design changes and process improvements.What experience you'll need to apply: Ideally degree qualified or equivalent in Engineering with a focus on Fluid Mechanics, Hydrodynamics or Microfluidics, with commercial microfabrication experience. Have worked with a SUSS MicroTech Mask Aligner (MJB4/MA8( or similar machinery with plasma bonding and/or spin coaters. Able to use CAD Software for example 2D lithography drawing in GBR format and 3D sketching. What you’ll get in return for your experience:To be part of a brilliant team, for a company dedicated to have a positive impact on human health. In addition, opportunities for growth long term.What's next?For more information or to apply, apply directly to this advert to speak with Roy Bennett
— Software and hardware applicationsLocation:Remote workingSalary:£55,000 - £62,000• World-leading experts. • Creativity and invention. • Hand tracking & Haptics. Your opportunity to join a highly innovative world-leading hand tracking haptics company. The company has the world’s most advanced technology that creates the sensation of touch in mid-air. What you’ll be doing You will work closely with customers to resolve, guide, and generate technical solutions which enable them to incorporate our technology into their end products and solutions. You will work with the rapid prototyping creative team to design and build quick turnaround applications. The clients are based in the UK and Europe and there will be regular travel, both European and international. What experience you’ll need to apply BS degree in electronics or computer science or similar technical field of study Proven experience in a similar role spanning software and hardware applications and solutions Exceptional combination of technical and customer-facing skills Ability to code in at least one of: C++, Unity or C# Self-starter capable of working on own initiative What you’ll get in return for your experience You’ll have a good degree of autonomy and a key position at the heart of the engineering division. A great opportunity for personal growth and internal promotions. What's next? If this sounds like the role for you, get in touch with Daniel Salway with your updated CV and we’ll handle the rest.
— Power ElectronicsLocation:MiddlesexSalary:£45000 - £50000• Global manufacturer. • New product introduction. • Diverse product range. Your opportunity to join a leading global manufacturer of electronic instruments and electromechanical devices. You will be part of a multi-disciplined engineering team that includes Mechanical Design Engineers, Electronic Design, Project Leads, and Senior Engineers. What you’ll be doing As a Mechanical Design Engineer, you will be responsible for producing 3D CAD designs with a wide range of new product introduction and existing products from electro-mechanical devises through to integrated cooling systems. You will be involved with major development contracts, proposals, R&D, legacy production support. What experience you’ll need to apply Autodesk Inventor 2017 onwards. Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing. Creating part numbers and produce bills of materials on the company’s ERP system. Mechanical FE analysis. Production of detailed, sub-assembly and general assembly drawings. Materials and component selection. What you’ll get in return for your experience You will be working on a diverse range of new products and exciting projects across a wide range of industries. Autonomy will be given due to your experience and knowledge. What's next? If this sounds like the role for you, get in touch with Daniel Salway with your updated CV and we’ll handle the rest.
— Power ElectronicsLocation:SurreySalary:£50000 - £65000• High-performance electronics. • Global Energy Storage and Technology provider. • Supporting the world's transition to a low carbon economy. Your opportunity to join a growing energy storage and technology provider. The company has a product that has the potential to change energy storage for multiple industry applications. You will be an essential part of the Engineering team and the most experienced Electronics Engineer in the organisation. What you’ll be doing As an Electronics Design Engineer, you will be responsible for developing power electronics for unique & high-performance renewable energy storage systems. The storage systems will be a range of electrical vehicles, EV charging stations, grid connectivity, wind & solar farms, and public transport. What experience you’ll need to apply Embedded C for STM32 systems. Energy storage systems. Motor control design. Communication protocols (CAN, RS232, SPI, I2C). Thermal calculations and characteristics for power electronic devices. EMC testing and requirements. What you’ll get in return for your experience A salary up to £65k, but we could be flexible for the right candidate. The package includes 25 days holiday + public holidays, 5% pension, and private medical. There will be opportunities for personal development as the business continues to grow. What's next? If this sounds like the role for you, get in touch with Daniel Salway with your updated CV and we’ll handle the rest.
— Designing systems for the Process and Automation Industry.Location:WorcesterType:Salary:£50000 - £65000R+D projects. World-leading products. Gold Investors in People accredited organisation. The company develops extremely progressive products used by Scientists & Engineers from a range of industries and organisations around the world. They are creating innovative, customer-focused solutions and services to enhance efficiency and deliver tangible economic impact through chemical, physical and structural analysis of materials. What you’ll be doing As the Project Systems Engineer, you will be supporting the development of next-generation, high-technology scientific instrumentation. You will be delivering prototype design, build, test and commissioning for process automation systems. You will need to be proficient in 2D & 3D design and have an appreciation of drawing issues controls, BOM’s, engineering control documentation, specifications, reports and technical files. Ensuring project requirements are captured and achieved while meeting all necessary safety, compliance, and technical standard, whilst working closely with the manufacturing and service teams to ensure design delivers operational efficiency. You will be working with the operations team to support the order entry, scheduling, procurement, and manufacture of the system to ensure required delivery, cost and quality requirements are met. What experience you’ll need to apply 5+ years in a system design role in the Process and Automation industry. Technical competency in mechanical, electrical, and system engineering, with an appreciation of, manufacturing engineering, control and automation, electrical installation, test and inspection, and validation. Professional CAD experience (preferably SolidEdge). Project planning. Installation and commissioning. What you’ll get in return for your experience 12-month contract open day rate or FTC. Competitive rate. Flexible working hours. Remote working options. What's next? If this sounds like the role for you, get in touch with Daniel Salway with your updated CV and we’ll handle the rest.