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Justin Wainwright

Senior Consultant
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Justin specialises in the sourcing and placement of technical and engineering professionals across the process industries, including food and drink, pharmaceutical and automotive industries, working with a variety of organisations from large corporates to SMEs.

Having worked at Jonathan Lee Recruitment for over 18 years, he has built an excellent reputation with key clients in various industry sectors.

His focus on developing an excellent relationship with his customers is delivered by providing a quality, professional and consultative service. His extensive industry experience and strong work ethic, enables

Justin to supply his clients with closely matched candidates for every assignment, from maintenance to project and programme management positions.

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Business Strategy Manager

Business Strategy Manager Automotive West Midlands £Negotiable The purpose of the role is to work directly with the Managing Director to manage the strategic direction of the company in Europe and ensure the business is up to date with the latest information on all key meetings, issues and actions. The duties of the Business Strategy Manager: Collate and investigate technologies, companies, trends and businesses for potential growth areas. Understand and improve strategic projects within the business in Europe. Actively participate in strategic projects to secure the future of the business. Focus on building and maintaining good working relationships with clients and interfacing departments. Develop supporting documents and summarise, create and consolidate key technical presentations for meetings as appropriate. Build and maintain a good working relationship with customers to ensure the company provides support and gathers the right technical and business information. Ensure that all work is aligned with the key business strategies. Experience/skills required for the Business Strategy Manager role: A strong and demonstrated business management background ideally in the automotive sector. Strong communication skills with the ability to consolidate information into strategy. A strong technical background and understanding. A resilience and enthusiasm to respond constructively to new ideas and inputs. Strong stakeholder management skills. The ability to build credibility and trust through experience and personal style. Ideally degree qualified in a business or engineering related subject. Applications: We are immediately sourcing suitable candidates for this role. If you are interested please apply with your CV and covering letter, along with confirmation of your current notice period and salary expectations. Shortlisted candidates will be contacted prior to submission with further details. However, should you wish to discuss your application in the meantime, please contact Justin Wainwright on 01268 889267 or 07711 156281

Permanent / Kidderminster, Worcestershire

Technical Sales Engineer - EV Testing Solutions

Technical Sales Engineer Electric Vehicle Testing Solutions West Midlands £Negotiable The purpose of the role is to understand in detail the technical aspects of the company electric vehicle test systems portfolio. To prepare the most appropriate technical solution for the customer requirements. The duties of the Technical Sales Engineer - EV Testing Solutions: - To produce technical solutions and system schematic drawings for electric vehicle testing as required to support the bidding process. - To develop and maintain a level of technical expertise in the company test systems. - To create quotations and to make presentations to support the sales process, using internal systems and Salesforce. - To comply with all Quality Assurance and Environmental Protection procedures pertinent to the proposed solution. - To develop and maintain harmonious relations with colleagues in the business along with potential, past and present customers. - To travel from time to time to customer sites as is reasonably required to achieve targets. Experience required for the Technical Sales Engineer - EV Testing Solutions: - Demonstrated experience working in a Technical Sales role in the automotive or allied industries. - Technical experience and knowledge in some of the following - 3 phase inverter technology, 3 phase electric machines and motor control software. - Design, installation and use of electrical power systems above 30Kw including power converters, motors, generators and batteries. - Automotive, Electrical or Mechanical background is essential - A high-level of negotiation and presentation abilities along with good I.T skills. - Qualified to a minimum of HNC/HND. - A team player with commitment, flexibility and self-motivation. Applications: We are immediately sourcing suitable candidates for this role. If you are interested please apply with your CV and covering letter, along with confirmation of your current notice period and salary expectations. Shortlisted candidates will be contacted prior to submission with further details. However, should you wish to discuss your application in the meantime, please contact Justin Wainwright on 01268 889267 or 07711 156281

Permanent / Kidderminster, Worcestershire

Final Test Engineer

Test Engineer Permanent Role Cambridge Salary £Negotiable Our customer is a world leader in the optical and opto-electronic industry. They offer a wide spectrum of high-quality products for the semiconductor, opto-electronic technology, life sciences, health care, eye care and industrial solutions. The purpose of the role is to assemble and test electron scanning microscopes in accordance with established procedures and ensure agreed deadlines and manufacturing targets are met. Duties of the Test Engineer: · Undertake assembly, sub-assembly and testing of finally configured systems and accessories consistent with the test area to the final test procedure within the flow line. · Troubleshoot malfunctions and carry out basic modifications as required. · Actively contribute to driving continuous improvement and identifying waste in the test process. · Responsibility for maintenance of test equipment as assigned. · Maintain processes and procedures consistent with ISO standards. · Compliance with company procedures and controls - ISO 9001 and ISO14001. Skills and experience required for the Test Engineer role: · A minimum HNC/HND qualification in Electronics or experience working in electronic or electro-mechanical systems test environment. · Experience of fault finding on electronic or electro-mechanical systems. · Able to understand and follow test specifications and standard operating procedures. · The ability to utilise user interface software to test, calibrate and operate complex systems. · Ideally some knowledge of or experience in high vacuum systems. · Experience of assembling and testing of precision instrumentation. Applications: We are immediately sourcing suitable candidates for this role. If you are interested please apply with your CV and covering letter, along with confirmation of your current notice period and salary expectations. Shortlisted candidates will be contacted prior to submission with further details. However, should you wish to discuss your application first hand, please contact Justin Wainwright on 01268 889267 or 07711 156281

Permanent / Cambridge, Cambridgeshire

Senior Project Manager

Senior Project Manager Food Manufacturing - East London Permanent Excellent salary and benefits. Our customer is a well-known and respected brand in the food manufacturing and production industry. Working within the Engineering team and reporting to the Director of Engineering, the purpose of the role is to develop and deliver engineering projects in the UK. The role will involve Managing the UK Project Engineering team made up of Designers, Process Engineers, Project Engineers and Managers. Duties of the Senior Project Manager role: Work with local site management, the engineering team and external consultants to develop projects in the UK. Oversee and support the execution/project delivery including scope definition and control, project cost control, cash flow forecasts, schedules, construction management, training, project coordination and post completion reviews. Support the development and implementation of policies, standards and procedures for engineering and technical work. Provide regular project status updates and complete the required reporting/information provision to key stakeholders as required. In developing projects, prepare justifications, drawings and scopes of work and conduct bid walks. Ensure the team liaises with central procurement from preliminary investigations through completion on all investigations and projects. Manage both staff and contractors to maintain safety in design and construction on all projects - CDM, HAZOP and HSSE etc. Required skills and experience: Senior Project Manager A solid and demonstrated career history working in Engineering Project Management ideally in a manufacturing or production environment. A background working as a Senior Project Manager in the food, beverage, pharmaceutical or similar industry is essential. Demonstrated experience of Managing project teams on engineering projects. The ability to motivate, lead, problem solve and influence. Ideally qualified to Degree level or C.Eng. Applications: We are immediately sourcing suitable candidates for this role. If you are interested please apply with your CV and covering letter, along with confirmation of your current notice period and salary

Permanent / East London, London

Electrical Site Engineer

Electrical Site Engineer Permanent Role Cambridge Salary £Negotiable Our customer is a global supplier of advanced materials and support the aerospace, automotive and alternative energy sectors. The purpose of the role is to control the Site Electrical Systems to ensure continued uninterrupted site operations. Also ensure compliance with national and company code requirements related to site electrical systems. Duties of the Electrical Site Engineer: - Controlling the main power systems that supply site manufacturing, buildings and offices as well as the distribution circuits to each area. - Manage site high voltage and low voltage network capacity and maintenance thereof. - Responsibility for making sure that every electrical device or circuit installed meets the national electric codes and business standards. - Schedule and execute electrical supply equipment maintenance strategies (predictive and preventative). - Responsible for evaluating and authorising maintenance and contractors onsite. - Act as the site authorised person for the management of electrical equipment in flammable areas. Skills and experience required for the Electrical Site Engineer role: - Ideally a relevant Degree qualification or HNC in Electrical Engineering or equivalent. - Relevant electrical engineering experience in operations and maintenance of large industrial plants. - Expert knowledge of the Electricity at Work Regulations (EAWR 1989) and Health & Safety at Work Act (HASAWA 1974). - Demonstrated experience of ATEX requirements. - Rockwell PLC knowledge required. - Experience of industry standard risk assessment techniques such as HAZOP. What you will get for the Electrical Site Engineer role: - Excellent salary and attractive benefits package. - Excellent career development opportunities. - Professional and friendly working environment. Applications: We are immediately sourcing suitable candidates for this role. If you are interested please apply with your CV and covering letter, along with confirmation of your current notice period and salary expectations. Shortlisted candidates will be contacted prior to submission with further details. However, should you wish to discuss your application first hand, please contact Justin Wainwright on 01268 889267 or 07711 156281

Permanent / Duxford, Cambridgeshire

Maintenance Leader

Maintenance Leader Permanent Role Cambridge Salary £Negotiable Our customer is a global supplier of advanced materials and support the aerospace, automotive and alternative energy sectors. The purpose of the role is to take responsibility for the maintenance team and arrange and oversee planned maintenance, preparation, execution and handover to production operations. Duties of the Maintenance Leader: - To be the technical authority and Maintenance Leader for site machinery and plant assets. - Control the maintenance of site machinery and plant in a safe, reliable and available status. - Take responsibility for cost control of the annual maintenance. - Review daily status of equipment and proactively prepare plans to prevent unplanned outages. - Propose capital projects and continuous improvement initiatives. - Control spares requirements, repairable items and ensure stock levels are appropriate. - Ensure quality of maintenance is at an acceptable level to meet business needs. - Control maintenance documentation and make available for maintenance and facilities teams. - Lead route cause analysis into failures and following up into actions, completion and closure. Skills and experience required for the Maintenance Leader role: - Ideally a relevant Degree qualification or Apprenticeship in Engineering. - Relevant engineering experience in operations and maintenance of large industrial plants. - IOSH Managing Safely - desired. - CMMS systems knowledge. - Multiple equipment and facilities technical knowledge required - mechanical, electrical, hydraulics, pneumatics and building services etc. What you will get for the Maintenance Leader role: - Excellent salary and attractive benefits package. - Excellent career development opportunities. - Professional and friendly working environment. Applications: We are immediately sourcing suitable candidates for this role. If you are interested please apply with your CV and covering letter, along with confirmation of your current notice period and salary expectations. Shortlisted candidates will be contacted prior to submission with further details. However, should you wish to discuss your application first hand, please contact Justin Wainwright on 01268 889267 or 07711 156281

Permanent / Duxford, Cambridgeshire

Engraving Technician

Engraving Technician £Negotiable Permanent - Night shift. Thatcham, Berkshire An Engraving Technician is required to set, operate and run various laser etching machines and other relevant machinery to identify parts with serial numbers in compliance with company quality standards. Due to increased workloads this company, an award-winning transmission technology specialist based in Thatcham, requires a proactive Design Analyst to undertake Failure Mode Effect Analysis. As the Engraving Technician you are required to: Check batch and job pack components and packaging. Set machines and adhere to etching standard and relevant customer care points. Operate machinery observing control plan requirements. Complete all necessary job cards and documentation, re-pack in appropriate packaging, book off and relocate to next operation. Prioritise work in the absence of a Team Leader or Manager and address any manufacturing issues. Store and maintain all tooling linked to the process. Undertake day to day machine maintenance Be part of the personal development process and attend reviews as required. Observe the company Health & Safety policy at all times and follow quality procedures. The Engraving Technician should have the following skills or experience: Experience working in an engineering environment. Basic use of computer-based systems. The ability to produce well written and concise records. Full training will be given on etching machinery. Demand for this role will undoubtedly be high and interviews will be arranged very soon. If you have experience in this field and you want to be considered, please apply today. If you have any questions about the Etcher role, please contact Justin Wainwright at Jonathan Lee Recruitment on 01268 889 267.

Permanent / Thatcham, Berkshire

Continuous Improvement Process Engineer

Continuous Improvement Process Engineer - Manufacturing Innovation. Composite Materials Manufacturing Cambridge Permanent £Neg Our customer is the industry leader in the manufacturing of composite materials and industrial fabrics and require a Continuous Improvement Process Engineer with a manufacturing sector background. Duties of the Continuous Improvement Process Engineer Develop and implement novel manufacturing technologies from design stage, through specification to installation and commissioning. Introduce new and develop existing technology in order to deliver a process to reduce costs, improve quality or reduce process time. Ensure new materials and product/process development are introduced into routine production with a robust and capable process. Undertake champion tasks in areas including H&S, 5s, Lean and continuous improvement. Have a close collaborative relationship with the client global sites, suppliers and customers in addition to academic or research establishments. Take responsibility for budgets on projects being managed. Design and build concepts into prototype and plant equipment. Experience and skills required - Continuous Improvement Process Engineer - Manufacturing Innovation. A demonstrated career history working as a Continuous Improvement or Process Engineer in the Manufacturing sector. Ideally qualified to Degree level in Engineering or Manufacturing discipline. Experience of designing experiments and building trial equipment. A background of experimental development, taking an inventive step from idea to pilot scale demonstration. Applications: We are immediately sourcing suitable candidates for this role. If you are interested please apply with your CV and covering letter, along with confirmation of your current notice period and salary expectations. Shortlisted candidates will be contacted prior to submission with further details. However, should you wish to discuss your application first hand, please contact Justin Wainwright on 01268 889267 or 07711 156281 4IR

Permanent / Duxford, Cambridgeshire