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Sarah Davies

Consultant
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  1. 01384 446143
  2. sarah.davies@jonlee.co.uk
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  4. @jonlee_aero

Sarah specialises in the recruitment of operational, manufacturing, supply chain, quality, logistics and sales professionals into the aerospace, defence & aviation industries.

Having worked in aerospace manufacturing for over 10 years, Sarah has a unique understanding of her client’s business needs and the wider market; expertise she employs to design and deliver the most appropriate solution to meet staffing requirements.

Sarah has completed a variety of assignments, from skilled engineer positions through to director level appointments. Her experience, combined with exceptional levels of service and a consultative approach, allows her to form long-lasting relationships with clients and candidates.

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CMM Operator/Programmer

CMM Operator - East Sheffield - Engineering - Permanent A CMM Operator/Programmer is required with knowledge of setting and operating mechanical and hydraulic power presses. Candidates with experience of the aerospace or nuclear industry would be well received. Due to the continued growth of this company, a manufacturer of precision engineering components based in Sheffield which is also commutable from Rotherham, Chesterfield and Worksop, requires a motivated and proactive CMM Operator/Programmer with experience of traditional and advanced inspection quality techniques and tools. The CMM Operator should have the following skills or experience: Previous experience working in an engineering/manufacturing environment Experience of CMM operation and inspection methodology Basic Knowledge of Lean Manufacturing would be advantageous Programming knowledge and experience would be beneficial Demand for this role will undoubtedly be high and interviews will be arranged very soon. Please apply today or if you have any questions about the CMM Operator role, please contact Sarah Davies at Jonathan Lee Recruitment on 01384 446143.

Permanent / Sheffield, South Yorkshire

Field Sales Engineer

Field Sales Engineer Excellent package Bedfordshire Electronic Components A Field Sales Engineer with knowledge of electronic and electro-mechanical components and assemblies is required by our client. Candidates with experience of the aerospace sector would be well received. Due to continued growth, the Field Sales Engineer will build relationships with key clients and ensure successful delivery of customer requirements. Key Responsibilities of the Field Sales Engineer will include: Operating as the main contact for all matters Researching, evaluating and analysing problems and procedures and providing solutions Liaising with customers in terms of performance and issues raised Extensive travel will be required Key Sills and Experience required for the Field Sales Engineer: Experience of Field Sales Excellent communication skills Mechanical Drawing knowledge Excellent computer skills Enthusiastic and committed attitude This is an excellent opportunity to develop you Technical Sales career and in return for your experience, this AS9100 and AS9120 accredited global company will offer you a competitive salary plus commission, expenses, pension and car allowance. If you feel that you meet the requirements for the Field Sales Engineer, please apply today or contact Sarah Davies at Jonathan Lee Recruitment on 01384 446 143.

Permanent / Bedfordshire, England

Manufacturing Engineer

Manufacturing Engineer Salary £35k- £40k Reading Aerospace/Electromechanical A Manufacturing Engineer is required with knowledge of designing and manufacturing complex mechanical products. Candidates with experience of the aerospace industry would be well received. Due to continued growth this company, a leading aerospace manufacturer based in Reading requires a Manufacturing Engineer new permanent role. As a Manufacturing Engineer, you will be required to: Ensuring the efficient movement of the product throughout the product lifecycle Identifying new processes, methods or tooling for manufacturing and testing the product New Product Introduction The Manufacturing Engineer should have the following skills or experience: Mechanical Engineering Qualification (ONC/D, HNC/D, City and Guilds or similar) Understanding of Lean manufacturing tools MRP/ERP experience FMEA training knowledge desirable This is an excellent opportunity for anyone with knowledge of electromechanical manufacturing to develop your career. In return for your experience, this Reading-based aerospace company will offer you: * £35k to £40k pa * Pension + other Benefits. Demand for this role will undoubtedly be high and interviews will be arranged very soon. If you would like to be considered, please apply today. If you have any questions about the Manufacturing Engineer role, please contact Sarah Davies at Jonathan Lee Recruitment on 01384 446 143.

Permanent / Reading, Berkshire

Health, Safety and Environment Advisor

A Health, Safety and Environment Advisor is required by our client, a leading aerospace manufacturer based in Cheshire. The HSE Advisor will support the HSE Manager with the continuous development and management of the HSE Management system in order to ensure all regulatory requirements are met. The HSE Advisor will assist in delivering information and sharing best practice to the business as a whole and promote awareness and employee involvement in the company's HSE policies and procedures. Key Responsibilities of the HSE Advisor: Carrying out site inductions for new starters and contractors Providing advice and guidance on compliance issues and keeping up-to-date with legislation requirements Helping to facilitate and coordinate workplace inspections, safety tours, internal and external audits and developing action plans to address key findings Coordinating risk assessments and publishing corrective action and progress charts Monitoring exposure to solvents, dust and noise and reporting back to the appropriate manager when necessary Compiling and maintaining COSHH data sheets Establishing and managing waste streams using registered contractors in order to minimise impacts to the environment Key Skills and Experience Required for the HSE Advisor: Experience in a similar role, preferably within a manufacturing environment Solid understanding of Health, Safety and Environmental management systems A strong understanding of the principles of risk assessments and techniques Ability to apply reason and persuasion when required in order to initiate change NEBOSH general certificate in Occupational Health Safety and Health or equivalent Please note a degree of flexibility to work outside standard business hours will be required in order to support the evening shift. This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced HSE Advisor to progress their career within a globally successful aerospace manufacturer and we anticipate that demand for this role will be high. Please apply today, or contact Sarah Davies on 01384 446143 for further information.

Permanent / Macclesfield, Cheshire

Quality Manager

Quality Manager - Aerospace Nottingham A Quality Manager is required with knowledge of quality management systems and shop floor machining. Candidates with experience of the aerospace industry will be received. Due to continued growth, this company, a precision engineering manufacturer, requires a Quality Manager with extensive experience for a new permanent role. As the Quality Manager, key responsibilities will include: Building effective relationships with customers and suppliers Quality control of incoming materials and outgoing parts PFMEA/PPAP/Lean and 5S auditing (internal and external) Implementing control plans and procedures Managing a team of engineers Non-conformance reporting The Quality Manager should have the following skills or experience: Experience of a variety of metrology tools (CMM, Shadowgraph, Trimos Height Gauge etc) Fully conversant in engineering drawings Background in quality management and knowledge of AS9102, ISO9001 Rev D, ISO 14001 or equivalent standards and approvals This is an excellent opportunity for anyone with knowledge of aerospace quality management to develop your career. Demand for this role will undoubtedly be high and interviews will be arranged very soon. If you would like to be considered, please apply today, or if you have any questions about the Quality Manager role, please contact Sarah Davies at Jonathan Lee Recruitment on 01384 446 143.

Permanent / Nottingham, Nottinghamshire

Account Manager

Due to continued growth, our client, a leading aerospace hardware distributor, is seeking an Assistant Account Manager to support the Key Account Director in managing overseas customers and assisting in day-to-day business activities. The Assistant Account Manager will work with the export team to expand its client base and worldwide market share. Key Responsibilities of the Assistant Account Manager: Responding to customer requests for quotation Sourcing components from a broad range of suppliers globally Following up outstanding quotations Processing customer orders Supporting business development activities General administration such as filing, data entry and analysis Providing support to the Account Manager when they are our of the office Key Skills and Experience required for the Assistant Account Manager: Attention to detail Motivated and responsive Customer-focussed and capacity to identify connections and opportunities Degree-qualified or relevant work experience Excellent communication, numeracy and literacy skills Commercial experience in either selling or buying, ideally with international exposure Excellent IT skills, especially Excel, Outlook and Word This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced Administrator/Account Coordinator looking for the next step in their career and we anticipate that demand for this role will be high, so please apply directly today, or contact Sarah Davies on 01384 446 143 for further information.

Permanent / Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire

Test Engineering Manager

Our client, a global aerospace manufacturer, is seeking a Test Engineering Manager to lead their Test Engineering team. The Test Engineering Manager will develop, implement and coordinate all procedures and work performed in the Test Engineering department. Key Responsibilities of the Test Engineering Manager: Managing activities to meet business case targets and objectives Coordinating with site managers from other sites to identify and improve processes in order to achieve best practice and standardisation Working with design and production to define Product road maps Assisting in identifying new tools and CAPEX requirements Overseeing and approving the technical output of the department to ensure that it is technically sound and meets all internal and external regulatory standard Identifying needs of the team for new competencies, resources and training needs Responsible for structured development program and on-boarding of new hires Maintaining the resource plan for the functional area Managing departmental budget Supporting bid-phase activities Works with other functions to support products during the whole life cycle Key skills and competencies required for the Test Engineering Manager: Degree-qualified or relevant experience of Aerospace Testing Experience of managing a test facility Line management experience Knowledge of relevant standards such as RTCA/DO-160 Demonstrable management experience of a group of engineers Project Management Experience Ability to manage internal and external customers and suppliers Ability to work cross-functionally within the organisation Experience of Change management facilitation and Continuous Improvement desirable This is an excellent opportunity to further your career within a Globally successful organisation and to lead a state of the art test facility. Please apply today, or contact Sarah Davies on 01384 446 143 for further information.

Permanent / Coventry, West Midlands

Cell Leader

An experienced Cell Leader is required by our client, a global aerospace manufacturer based in the South of England. The Cell Leader will be responsible for ensuring parts are manufactured and delivered according to the agreed production schedule. Key Responsibilities for the Cell Leader: Capacity planning for the team Leading daily team meetings Identifying and implementing lean manufacturing and continuous improvement Day-to-day management of the team of operators Working closely with other departments to ensure all KPIs are met Key Skills and Experience for the Cell Leader: Supervisory experience in a similar manufacturing environment Ability to read technical drawings and work to written instructions Knowledge of aerospace standards and quality management systems Demonstrable record of change management and problem solving We anticipate demand to be high for this exciting new opportunity, so if you have experience of low/medium volume production a precision engineering environment, please apply today or contact Sarah Davies on 01384 446 143 for further information.

Permanent / Middlesex, England