Project Engineer

Job Reference: WM – 1896

Location: Worcestershire

Salary: £30,000 - £32,000

Job Type: Permanent

Job Description

Project Engineer – 

Responsibilities:

The successful Project Engineer will be capable of managing multiple projects together with a small team of Engineers.

  • Control of Project from Concept to completion.
  • Tooling for manufacture / design and specification (working with sub-contract tooling companies)
  • Product design and development support
  • Production process methodology
  • Creation of Bill of Materials / Operator instructions.
  • Plant layouts and equipment specification relating to specific projects.
  • Continuous improvement and cost saving.
  • Customer & supplier Technical Liaison.
  • Budget control for tooling, plant and equipment relating to projects.
  • Knowledge of PPAP process and documentation.

About you:

  • An experienced individual with 1-2 years practical project experience and the ability to manage multiple / short lifetime projects
  • Must be able to work as part of a team to ensure short lead-time projects are delivered on-time and within budget.
  • Knowledge of tooling design. Thermoforming would be an advantage however any manufacturing using tooling for forming processes will be considered
  • Knowledge of 3D / Solidworks Design software (Preferred but not an absolute must)
  • Mechanical engineering biased.
  • CNC Programming experienced preferred but not essential as training can be given

Job Application:

If you would like to be considered for this role, please apply to send a copy of your full CV – or call us now.

Whilst this position may not be of interest to you or suit your skills and experience, please don’t hesitate to get in contact with a member of the team at Willcox Matthews to understand how we can support you.

We receive a large number of applications for all of our positions – Therefore, If you have not received a response within 10 working days, your application has unfortunately been unsuccessful on this occasion.

Candidates must be eligible to work and live in the UK