Project Process Engineer

Job Reference: WM – 2462

Location: Warwickshire

Salary: £Excellent

Job Type: Permanent

Job Description

Project Process Engineer


Management of tooling, equipment and manufacturing process for new products, Definition and management of new project tooling, equipment and processes from quotation phase through to project Launch.

  • Generate Process definition sheets (PDS) for new products
  • Select cost effective processes
  • Define cycle times and labour requirements
  • Generate layout and facility requirements
  • Identify and provide costs for required tooling, equipment and facility investment
  • Support the Project Manager with MAKE or BUY analysis
  • Conduct Technology trials to support feasibility analysis
  • Complete the Process definition validation activity (PPCR).
  • Collaborate during generation of Design FMEA.
  • Manage the Process FMEA and process Simulations (MTM, T-SIM, …)
  • Manage technical specifications, machinery and tooling
  • Manage Requests for Purchase (RFP’s) for direct materials and investments
  • Generate Materials and process flow-chart / Layout
  • Plan the Process industrialisation in the manufacturing facility
  • Manage documents to support process according to procedures.
  • Manage the process industrialisation at the production plant(s)
  • Support the plant (Launch manager) in pre-serial production
  • Lead Process Acceptance Gateway reviews (IPA´s)

Job Application:

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