Principal or Senior Systems Engineer (Electrical Engineering) Rocester, Staffs Salaries between £38 - 58000 p/a Depending upon skills and experience. Permanent Positions Please note that you must be eligible to work in the UK to apply for this role OBJECTIVE OF ROLE Our client are a world-renowned manufacturer of off-highway multi-purpose vehicles and plant equipment based in North Staffordshire. Due to the development of a new model, and exciting opportunity for 3 Systems Engineers has risen at Principal Engneer and Senior Engneer levels. As such applications will be considered against wealth of skills and experiene in order to match candidates to the correct level of position. The Principal or Senior Systems Engineer is responsible for running a small team to ensure that all EE systems, components and the EDS system are correctly implemented and tested in a timely manner according to project milestones. Additionally, the role includes defining the system requirements for the EE systems in accordance with the vehicle features and targets. Illustrates and assesses the project risks together with possible corrective action options. KEY DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES Delegation of technical tasks to other project team members. Produces systems specifications for all the EE features. Ensures that they are written in the correct format in a requirements capture tool such as DOORS, in a timely manner so that they can be tested by the integration team. Ensures that the relevant SFMEAS are completed and correctly reviewed with all stakeholders. Implements the project targets (characteristics, costs, weight, quality, deadline) Prepares project documentation and reports in standard format to the Engineering Manager to support Gateway and Project deliverables Supports technical reviews with the wider EE community with the company. Identifies conflicting targets, assigns and evaluates possible solutions. Supports all prototype and launch activities Undertakes other tasks in support of EE department or company QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE Must have “CAN DO” attitude Engineering degree or equivalent Proven experience in running small technical teams in the automotive/construction industry Extensive experience in EE system design using methodologies such as the V-model. Must have proven track experience of defining systems behavior and spec writing and capturing requirements in a capture tool such as DOORS. Must have good working knowledge of industry standard processes and tools e.g CANOpen, J1939 , FMEA. FuSi, PPAP Experience of diagnostics such as J1939, ISO14229, 14230. Good appreciation of the full vehicle development lifecycle. Good working knowledge of Vector CAN tools such as CANape & CANoe. Excellent verbal and written communication Must posses an engineering mindset and logical approach to problems Must be able to work under their own initiative with minimum supervision to deliver Must have driving license or able to get one. If you are interested in these opportunities, please apply now! Your CV will be forwarded to Jonathan Lee Recruitment, a leading engineering and manufacturing recruitment consultancy established in 1978. The services advertised by Jonathan Lee Recruitment are those of an Employment Agency.Permanent / Rocester
Job Title - Salary - up to £57000 Industry - Off Highway Location - Peterborough A position is available within the Manufacturing Advanced Planning team at the Peterborough Engine facility, for a Manufacturing Engineer to design, develop and enhance our assembly line processes and equipment. This is an excellent opportunity to join a highly flexible, motivated, skilled and enthusiastic Manufacturing engineering team. The key focus of the Manufacturing Advanced Planning team is to provide globally standardised manufacturing / production processes and equipment, designed to enable the introduction of new products and provide best asset utilisation leveraging the capability of our world class production facilities. This role requires expertise in manufacturing technology, assembly process design, quality processes, tool selection and introduction, and will involve the application of sound technical manufacturing/production engineering skills in both project and process-based environments. This role represents an exciting step forward for individuals wishing to develop their project leadership skills and their career within Manufacturing Engineering. Skills and Experience: Candidates will have gained the following skills and experience through previous roles: * Bachelor's degree in Manufacturing Engineering or a relevant Technical Engineering discipline (or equivalent experience) * The candidate must have previous experience as a Manufacturing / Production Engineer developing and implementing process / assembly solutions * Experience of introducing new products and/or managing significant change with proven and innovative manufacturing techniques within the manufacturing environment * Experience of implementing Lean manufacturing tools and techniques, utilising problem solving and root cause analysis tools * Must be able to communicate effectively with individuals at all levels of the business and build strong working relationships * Some travel will be required (5-10% of working time) We are unable to support sponsorship or VISAs If you would like to know more about this role, please contact Sarah Gilbert or Kate Stevens at Jonathan Lee Recruitment.Permanent / Peterborough, Cambridgeshire
Job Title- Inventory Analyst Industry - Off Highway Location - Peterborough An opportunity has arisen within the supply chain team for an Inventory Analyst, with an engine manufacturer based in Peterborough. The main purpose of the role is to ensure all inventory is controlled and counted within Corporate procedures. The role supports facilities for all raw inventory incorporating Stores, Quality, Machining Areas, Offsite Warehouses and Return To Vendor Locations. The role requires all segregation of duties are met. The role ensures all stock issues are investigated, root caused, documented. Main Duties & Responsibilities: ensures that all areas adhere to all standard working procedures regarding transactions, also the control and counting of all inventory. highlight issues and non conformance to all Leaders within the business that own inventory. all root causing to be documenting and communicating all root causes. The Inventory Analyst will also be responsible for the following: Able to interact effectively with key support groups and departments in the business Attend meetings related to IRA and inventory issues. Take ownership for own learning and have development plan in place. Demonstrates a high level understanding of IRA Metrics. Engaging at all levels within the business. Provide training to ensure relevant knowledge and conformance is aligned to meet IRA disciplines and processes. Provide results and feedback to operational Team Leads & Section Managers on local issues. Escalate issues to IRA Team Lead for further support or guidance. If you would like to know more about this role please contact Sarah Gilbert or Kate Stevens at Jonathan Lee Recruitment.Contract / Peterborough, Cambridgeshire
Emissions Measurement Systems Engineer Salary: £40,000 - £50,000 (Depending on Experience) Location: Peterborough, Cambridgeshire Benefits: 25 days annual leave, 10-12% Bonus (Depending on Experience), Contributory pension scheme, contributory share scheme An Emissions Measurement Systems Engineer is required to join a leading off-highway organisation based in Peterborough. Within the Industrial Power Systems Division, Global Engine Development is responsible for the execution of engine development programs. This role will support the Emissions Measurement Services in our dedicated state of the art Europe Research & Development Centre in Peterborough. Reporting directly to the Engineering Manager, this vacancy is an engineering position that will contribute to the successful implementation and maintenance of engine emissions measurement equipment and processes. The day to day work will involve leadership and execution of projects within the team and support developing measurement techniques for future engine emissions legislation. This role will primarily focus on becoming a key member of the facility-wide certification testing group as well as conducting investigatory work to further improve measurement accuracy and reliability. Job Responsibilities and Duties: * Evaluation, selection, and deployment of measurement equipment. * Operation of measurement equipment and diagnostic investigations. * Collation and distribution of findings in technical reports. * Complex fault finding, working alongside the local technician group. * Design modifications to facility plant, test rigs and equipment. * Develop, document and maintain processes in the emissions measurement field. Candidates will have gained the following skills and experience through previous roles: * Experience of working in an engine test cell environment or with relevant measurement systems. * Team working skills to operate effectively with engineers and technicians in technical investigations and processes. * Excellent attention to detail and a focus on quality. * Emphasis on initiative and self-starting tasks with the capacity for continuous learning. * Excellent communication and analytical skills, with the ability to provide concise insights, conclusions and recommendations drawn from complex technical data. * An Engineering / Technical Degree or be qualified through relevant work experience. * Strong PC Skills are essential, able to use Excel to intermediate standard or higher. Candidates may have gained the following skills and experience through previous roles: * Theoretical knowledge and practical experience of emissions measurement techniques. * Experience in engine exhaust emissions certification. If you are an experienced Emissions Engineer and you are interested in this role, please APPLY NOW. For more information, contact Lois Weston at Jonathan Lee Recruitment on 01384446119.Permanent / Peterborough, Cambridgeshire
Job Title: Electronics Systems Integration Engineer (Contract) Location: - Peterborough Salary Range £30.50-£38.50 /hr (as a Ltd Co.) ASAP You must be elligible to work in the UK Infotainment/Interior features systems integration V&V position. The Innovation & Technology Development team offers some of the most exciting engineering roles within the Our Client's global organisation. Working on the integration of electronic and electrical systems within multiple Our Client's products provides the opportunity to work with multiple disciplines within the organisation. The integration of the latest Electronics and Electrical technology helps differentiate Our Client's products from its competitors by enabling exceptional performance and value to the customer. Our engine systems control air and fuel delivery with millisecond precision to maximise performance and minimise exhaust emissions. Our integrated machine systems control all aspects of construction machine operation (engine, transmission, hydraulic systems), provide the human-machine interface (operator controls and information displays), and constantly monitor and communicate position, operation, diagnostic and prognostic information to enable machine automation, improved productivity and enhanced serviceability. The Advanced Components & Technologies (AC&T) division, based in Peterborough (UK), have an exciting opportunity to join the team to contribute to the design and development of electrical and electronic control systems for Our Client's machines designed and produced in Europe. The successful candidate will be working on a multitude of development projects to develop systems that meet the both regulatory and customer requirements. The successful candidate will work on new generations of machines utilising some of the latest electronic hardware and technologies. Must Have' key skills and competencies for this role Degree-qualified engineer with experience in the broad range of systems engineering activities involved in the development of machine control systems. Demonstrated experience of: Collecting customer requirements Documenting technical specifications Developing electronic features and integrating them into machine software Completion of initial verification testing of feature Participation in FMEA development Desirable' key skills and competencies for this role Off-highway machine control system development experience (or comparable experience with automotive, marine or military vehicle control systems) Requirements management (DOORS, Teamcenter etc.) NI test bench experience (Labview/Veristand) J1939 CAN/Ethernet System experience Vector CANape/CANalyzer or similar experience Skills and competencies not required for this role Environment / Current Team Specifics Office based role If you are interested in this opportunity, please apply now, or email or call on 01384 446145Contract / Peterborough, Cambridgeshire
Job Title: Construction & Infrastructure Project Engineer Location: Stafford Contract length: up to 12 months A Construction & Infrastructure Projects Engineer is required to join a leading off-highways engineering organisation based in Stafford. This position works both independently and as part of a team that drives towards a world class facility environment with robust manufacturing processes and systems. This function is responsible for managing construction & infrastructure project activities, driving energy efficiency initiatives and reviewing & developing contractor control methods. All aligned to achieving the world class facility objectives in the areas of People, Quality, Velocity and Cost. The incumbent will have a track record of managing projects and establishing controlled processes and safe systems of work through to completion. Job Duties/Responsibilities Management of facility improvement projects in support of EHS, Security and Process Excellence activities. Actively managing communications, completion and handover of facility improvement projects. Management of sub-contractor scope, procurement / selection, utilisation and payment supporting defined project activities. Drive World Class manufacturing environment for the Stafford site, defining current state, risks, refurbishment plans and critical asset controls. Support energy efficiency and environmental performance goals by implementing new technologies and robust sustainable equipment and processes. Development, monitoring and continuous improvement of technical services safety policies and standards. Developing a selected supplier list through benchmarking and supplier performance reviews alongside the Global Purchasing organisation. Report project status at key milestones to facility and business stakeholders. Perform technical analysis of facility operations and manufacturing processes to support management decisions. Respond to customer issues and lead process improvements. Skills and Experience Degree in a Construction or Manufacturing Engineering related discipline or equivalent extensive experience. Management of projects in line with CDM requirements. Track record of delivering projects with sustainable improvements across multiple areas including Safety, PPM, Waste Reduction and Plant performance within a manufacturing environment. Knowledge of manufacturing concepts such as Lean, CI, Process auditing, Safety Management. Experience project managing construction and / or manufacturing equipment projects. Must be self-motivated, have a can-do attitude to take ownership of issues / deliver sustainable improvements and be an effective team player with the ability to communicate across all functions within business If you are interested in this position, and have the required experience, please APPLY NOW. For more information, contact Lois Weston at Jonathan Lee Recruitment on 01384446119.Contract / Stafford, Staffordshire
Metallurgical/ Material Engineer Salary: £40,000-£52,000 (depending on experience) Location: Peterborough, Cambridgeshire Benefits: 25 days annual leave 10-12% bonus (depending on experience) Contributory pension scheme- double the employee's contribution up to 10% Contributory share scheme- match 50% of the employee's contribution Job Details As a Metallurgical / Material Engineer you will partner with and provide technical guidance to other teams. You will have an ability to gather relevant information, compare and contrast data, identify relationships, and predict and identify failures. Decisions may affect the work group or project team, suppliers, and both internal and external customers. These decisions have significant impact on warranty, customer perception, costs, sales, and the leveraging of technology. In this role, you will also deepen your knowledge base of our products, technologies, processes, services and systems, which you will use to: Perform complex metallurgical analysis Identify metallurgical manufacturing defects and make process improvement recommendations Communicate and share results to customers, suppliers, team members, and other business units Participate in developing new technologies Evaluate new products, processes, or systems Provide technical guidance on needs analysis, product and process maintenance Audit component suppliers in metallic material manufacturing processes such as casting, forging or heat treatment Candidates will have gained the following skills and experience through previous roles: Bachelor's degree (or international equivalent) in an accredited Materials Science or Metallurgical Engineering curriculum; Relevant work experience of applying Metallurgy in an Engineering function; Strong analytical skills. Candidates may have gained the following skills and experience through previous roles: Master's degree (or international equivalent) in an accredited Materials Science or Metallurgical Engineering curriculum; Experience of working within an ISO17025 accredited Laboratory; and A working knowledge of chemistry. If you are interested in this role, please APPLY NOW. For more information, please contact Lois Weston at Jonathan Lee Recruitment on 01384446119.Permanent / Peterborough, Cambridgeshire
Maintenance Technician - Rail Sector - Permanent - Attractive - Rosyth Area A Maintenance Technician is required to join an established company with a good reputation in the Rail Sector. The successful Maintenance Technician will report directly to the Maintenance Manager and they will join the Maintenance department. The Maintenance Technician will carry out the maintenance and repair of all site facilities, plant and equipment and the upkeep of all relevant documentation. Responsibilities and Skills Required of the Maintenance Technician Working at height (Overhead cranes) and confined space. Working (inside large) machines will occur from time to time. This role is best suited to industrial biased electricians. Observe Safe Working Practices and current Health and Safety Requirements. Tasks completed must conform to the Quality Standards and Internal Work Instructions. Maintain and promote a safe and tidy working environment. Accurately and efficiently carry out all aspects of electrical maintenance tasks. Self-Inspect work prior to commissioning and after installation or repair. Ensure any plant and equipment internally or externally hired is operated correctly. Defects are reported to a Maintenance Supervisor or Production Support Manager. Co-operate with both Electrical and Mechanical Supervisors. Always endeavor to improve standards and reduce costs. Complete all Maintenance and Shift Reports as requested. Comply with the Company Code of Conduct. Any other duties deemed reasonable by the business. Experience and Qualifications Required for the Maintenance Technician A minimum of City & Guilds in Electrical Engineering. Or a similar qualification with a proven record of practical experience. Experience within and Industrial or Manufacturing environment. Time-served / qualified candidates who are electrical biased preferred. Knowledge of PLC controls would be an Advantage. An Excellent team player with a sound understanding of planned maintenance procedures. The ability to effectively analyse, record and interpret data. If you feel you meet the requirements for the role of the Maintenance Technician, then apply directly or contact Peter Heap at Jonathan Lee Recruitment. Either Direct Line 01384 446102 or Email suitable MS Word CV'sPermanent / Edinburgh, Scotland
Senior Mechanical Engineer - Aerospace and Defence Location: Dorset - Permanent - Attractive A leading supplier of critical control systems within the aerospace and defence sector is in search of a Senior Mechanical Engineer to be based at their site in Dorset. The Senior Mechanical Engineer will lead Aerospace development projects. The Senior Mechanical Engineer will provide technical direction and decision making in support of project delivery. The Senior Mechanical Engineer will manage internal and external resources to successfully deliver allocated projects, through requirements definition, analysis, design, development and qualification. The Senior Mechanical Engineer will ensure project compliance with internal processes, regulatory and legislative requirements. As a Senior Mechanical Engineer your skills and qualifications will ideally include: An apprenticeship/degree in mechanical/aerospace engineering or equivalent experience. A Good understanding of mechanical/electro-mechanical engineering in aerospace products. Experience of NPI/ new product design and development within an Aerospace environment. An understanding of the operation and maintenance of military aircraft is desirable. An understanding of airworthiness and certification is highly desirable. Experience of liaison with customers and suppliers. Good written and oral communications skills. Experience of the management of aerospace development projects. Understanding of the financial management of development projects. Understanding of systems engineering methods. As a Senior Mechanical Engineer your main responsibilities will involve: Establish clear requirements baselines prior to commencement of design or change activity. Define and lead analysis in support of system design, integration and change assessment. Actively contribute to and/or lead defined aspects of the project. Achieve optimal balance between requirements, schedule and cost. Manage requirements verification throughout project. Successfully demonstrate compliance for a DDP. Estimate resource requirements, plan projects and report progress. Ensure that projects are delivered in accordance with internal processes. Work with Programme Management and manage technical risks. Ensure projects are delivered in accordance with technical, cost and schedule requirements. Manage customers and external suppliers to ensure compliance. Security Clearance will be required for this position due to the nature of the Products involved. If you are interested in this position, please apply directly or for further information on this role, please contact Peter Heap at Jonathan Lee Recruitment on 01384 446102 or email suitable CV'sPermanent / Dorset, England
Commercial Manager £75,000 - £85,000 + car, bonus Capital Equipment/Distribution Staffordshire My client, a global leader in the Off-Highway industry, is now recruiting a key position within their Power Products division. A strong Commercial Manager is needed to develop a long-term strategy for growth. Your duties & responsibilities will be the following: Drive growth of diesel generator products within dealership network Develop a long-term strategy to ensure profitability Work with key internal stakeholders including Marketing, Product Specialists and Commercial Analysts You will stay close to new product introduction programmes, ensuring a competitive market position To manage and develop a small team To develop and maintain dealership network and distribution Work on pricing strategy to maximise profitability We are looking for the following: A strong Commercial leader with experience within the Diesel Generation or Engine product range You'll ideally be familiar with the Off-Highway industry Experience of developing distribution through dealerships is imperative in order to understand and to be successful in this position Ideally experience of man management Degree educatedPermanent / Stafford, Staffordshire
Job Title: NVH Engineer Location: Peterborough Contract length: 12 months JOB DUTIES: The successful candidate will work on engine related Noise Vibration and Harshness (NVH) projects, typically ranging from short duration individual tests to projects up to three months. Ability to gather relevant information, compare and contrast data, identify relationships, and predict and manage failures is critical. As NVH Engineer, you may work in any number of functional areas requiring an engineering degree (or equivalent experience), including, but not limited to, basic engineering fundamentals of engines and machines, knowledge of instrumentation for data acquisition, data analysis, report writing and presentation skills. You could be performing test work in the lab, engine test cell or on the final machine installation. You will coordinate closely with an internal project lead within the department, managing a range of current test requests and reporting back on test status and completion. The role is practical in nature and has a significant involvement in test cell and workshop activities. Individuals may have multiple assignments which may require the Engineer to review the work of technicians or other support personnel, provide technical advice to individuals at various levels in the organisation and work with another unit or team. Assignments could be complex in nature and require the Engineer to assume a significant role, either as an individual contributor or as part of a project team, with increasing emphasis on analysing, identifying and applying engineering techniques to solve problems and make recommendations. Key areas of responsibility encountered in this role may include any or all of the following: Problem investigation and resolution; Evaluate new products/designs, processes or systems; Communicate results to customers, suppliers, team members and other business units; Collaborate with and support other engineers, managers, marketing personnel, customers and suppliers. BACKGROUND/EXPERIENCE: A bachelor degree in an accredited Engineering discipline plus 3-5 years' experience or a master's degree in Engineering. Applicants may be considered without a degree but must be able to justify knowledge and competence with relevant experience. Experience with specific NVH competencies, however this is not essential so long as engineering principles are understood and can be demonstrated. Practical engineering understanding, knowledge and experience of vibration theory, equipment calibration, data capture, verification of data integrity, analysis of data in both time and frequency domain. Ability to communicate effectively with team members and others in the work group, as well as employees in other units, customers, and suppliers. If you are interested in this position, please APPLY NOW. For more information, contact Lois Weston at Jonathan Lee Recruitment on 01384446119.Contract / Peterborough, Cambridgeshire
Material Cost Analyst £Negotiable Off-Highway Peterborough Seeking a Material Cost Analyst to work for one of the world's leading providers of diesel and gas engines. Based at their manufacturing plant in Peterborough you will be responsible for supporting growth plans for a new product range. Key responsibilities as Material Cost Analyst: For each cost tracking BOM, track and report a future view of cost opportunities and risks - this will involve liaising with internal buyers and cost team to detail, by part number how the costs change over time Work with internal buyers to understand cost opportunities or impact by part number, for each cost tracking BOM Use a standard and agreed methodology to track parts by status - such as quote, CAF, cost model, gap analysis complete Track the status of negotiation once gap analysis is complete and feedback to team Track alternative approach to get the cost target Required Skills and Experience: Attention to detail Working knowledge of MS Office Experience of database interrogation Good communication skills, both written and verbal for effective team work Dogmatic and resilient Flexibility Desired Skills and Experience: Purchase analyst experience Experience of material tracking in prototype or production environments This is a 12 month contract opportunity working for a well-known engine manufacturer based in Peterborough. Interested in the above role? APPLY TODAY! Please contact Kate Stevens or Sarah Gilbert at Jonathan Lee Recruitment to discuss further.Contract / Peterborough, Cambridgeshire
An exciting opportunity for a Manufacturing Engineer has arisen working for one of the world's leading providers of diesel and gas engines. As Manufacturing Engineer, you will be part of the Manufacturing Advanced Planning Team and will play a crucial part in the delivery of new engine components. This technical role requires a high degree of expertise in manufacturing technology, quality processes and tooling. It will involve the application of sound manufacturing engineering skills in both project and process-based environments. Key responsibilities: Developing facilities to machine new components Designing, procuring, commissioning and installing new equipment and machine lines Working cross-functionally and with suppliers to ensure projects are successfully completed on time and to budget. Being at the forefront of machining and tooling technology trends. Resolution of quality defects, utilising root cause analysis, 8D and other 6 Sigma tools Designing complex or intricate jigs and fixtures. Completing ergonomic assessments on high risk activities. Working with machine OEMs and tooling suppliers to optimise our processes. Driving process improvements to eliminate bottlenecks, reduce cycle time, reduce changeover time and improve efficiency Providing technical support to achieve process control targets and internal quality standards Develop and maintain supporting documentation e.g. process flow charts, PFMEA's, control plans, standard work and visual aids Skills / Qualifications / Experience you will have: Bachelor's degree in Manufacturing Engineering or a Technical Engineering discipline (or equivalent experience) Previous machining experience or a proven track record of performing in a technically challenging field Experience of utilising problem solving and root cause analysis tools in a manufacturing environment The ability to communicate effectively with individuals at all levels of the business and build strong working relationships Possess excellent PC skills and be competent in the use of MS Excel, MS Word, MS project Skills / Qualifications / Experience you may have: 3D Modelling (Creo / ProE) or 2D Modelling (AutoCAD) experience Experience of implementing Lean manufacturing tools and techniques (CPS) Previous project experience Machine and tooling process knowledge specific to cylinder head manufacturing In return our client can offer you a 6 month contract based in Peterborough with competitive hourly rate of pay. Interested in the above role? APPLY TODAY - requires an IMMEDIATE START Please contact Kate Stevens or Sarah Gilbert at Jonathan Lee Recruitment to discuss further.Contract / Peterborough, Cambridgeshire
Electronic RF Technician - Permanent - Aviation - West London - Attractive An Electronic RF Technician is required to repair and overhaul a wide range of Avionic Communications, Navigation, Radar, Audio units to component level. The Electronic RF Technician is required to join an Avionic Systems Company immediately. The Electronic RF Technician will be responsible for working with Electronic technologies ranging from analogue electronics to complex microprocessor electronics with the ability to repair RF circuits. Electronic RF Technician (Avionics) - Key Responsibilities Precise mechanical work and electronics repair Electronics repair of through hole and surface mounted components fault finding and testing using specialised and general-purpose electronics test equipment Complete accurate and legible repair records Ensure accuracy and safety standards are met Understanding the Standard Operating and Company Procedures Skills Required for Electronic RF Technician (Avionics) PC literate - Microsoft word, excel, databases HNC/HND level electronics preferred Good command of spoken and written English Good eyesight with or without glasses or lenses (No Colour Blindness) Good experience in electronic repairs at component level RF experience with ability to repair complex RF circuits and technology Soldering skills both surface mount and through hole components Experienced in the use of electronic test equipment Experience in similar role advantageous Aviation or Military background desirable Previous experience within an Avionics desirable Good working knowledge of aircraft systems would be an advantage Basic Security Clearance may be required for this role due to the Industry If you feel you meet the requirements for the role of the Electronic RF Technician then apply directly or contact Peter Heap at Jonathan Lee Recruitment. Either Direct Line 01384 446102 or Email suitable MS Word CV'sPermanent / Middlesex, England
Management Accountant £18-£24 Per Hour (Ltd Co) Contract - 6-12 months Peterlee Manufacturing / Off Highway The Role This position sits in a vital area, evaluating and analysing the finances of a multi-million pound revenue business unit: Undertake standard month-end accounting in full, and other standard management accounting activities. Analyse spend against budgets, reporting on variances. Analyse fixed overheads and variable costs for the business unit. Report key financial information to departmental heads. The Person This opportunity is ideal for a Part, or Fully Qualified Accountant who is available at short notice to continue their development in a professional blue-chip environment. To be successful you will: Be able to demonstrate excellent commercial awareness and be able to partner with multiple stakeholders. Be capable of compiling management accounts and month-end reports. Possess advanced Excel skills. Either be working towards, or hold a full, ACA / ACCA / CIMA qualification. The Company Our client is a large manufacturer and supplier of components to off-highway vehicles and heavy machinery. They now seek a capable and dynamic finance professional to work in a commercially focussed business area. How to Apply To apply, please do so online, attaching a copy of your CV and details of your current remuneration.Contract / Peterlee, County Durham
Project Engineer - Aerospace and Defence Location: Dorset - Permanent - Attractive A leading supplier of critical control systems within the aerospace and defence sector is in search of Project Engineers to be based at their site in Dorset. The Project Engineers will lead development projects. They will provide technical direction and decision making in support of project delivery. The Project Engineers will manage internal and external resources to successfully deliver allocated projects, through requirements definition, analysis, design, development and qualification. Further, they will ensure project compliance with internal processes, regulatory and legislative requirements. As a Project Engineer your skills and qualifications will ideally include: A degree in mechanical/aerospace engineering and/or equivalent experience A strong understanding of mechanical or electro-mechanical engineering in the context of aerospace products Experience of NPI/ new product design and development within an Aerospace environment An understanding of the operation and maintenance of military aircraft would be highly desirable An understanding of airworthiness and certification is highly desirable Experience of liaison with customers and suppliers Good written and oral communications skills Experience of the management of aerospace development projects Understanding of the financial management of development projects Understanding of systems engineering methods As a Project Engineer your main responsibilities will involve: Establish clear requirements baselines prior to commencement of design or change activity Define and lead analyses in support of system design, integration and change assessment Actively contribute to and/or lead defined aspects of the project to achieve optimal balance between requirements, schedule and cost Manage requirements verification throughout project to successfully demonstrate compliance Estimate resource requirements, plan projects and report progress Ensure that projects are delivered in accordance with internal processes Work with Programme Management and Manage technical risks Ensure that projects are delivered in accordance with technical, cost and schedule requirements Manage customers and external suppliers to ensure compliance with agreed processes and achievement of project objectives Security Clearance will be required for this position due to the nature of the Product involved. If you are interested in this position, please apply directly or for further information on this role, please contact Peter Heap at Jonathan Lee Recruitment on 01384 446102 or email suitable CV'sPermanent / Dorset, England
Material Planner Off-Highway Peterborough £14.00 to £16.00 DOE Fantastic opportunity for a Material Planner to join a world leader in engine manufacturing based in Peterborough. Supporting the Inbound Supply Excellence team, you will be responsible for ensuring externally sourced material is ordered and available on time at the point of use, to support engine assembly and component machining operations, whilst utilising Plan for Every Part (PFEP) data to optimise component inventory levels. Key responsibilities: Daily management of ERP systems Manage planning demand needs, schedule and manage orders Maintain strong relationships with suppliers, Supplier Performance and report key metrics Managing daily communications with internal/external stakeholders every day Establish priority of material requirements, schedules and orders to suppliers and the factory Utilise PFEP to control inventory to optimal levels. Accountable for the inventory within his/her control and ensures that adequate steps are taken to maintain continuity of supply. Skills & Experience you will have; Previous Supply Chain experience External facing experience with suppliers or customers Effective communication skills and sound judgement and be able to work in a team structure Proven problem solving and analytical skills are important in order to identify needs, analyse potential alternatives and provide suitable solutions Skills & Experience you may have; MRP systems (i.e. MFG Pro, SAP etc) knowledge MCIPS qualified or working towards Previous Material Planning experience Hours: Mon to Thurs - 07:30-16:15, Fri - 07:30-12:30 In return our client can offer a 6-month contract based in Peterborough and a fantastic opportunity for a Material Planner to join our team and gain valuable experience of the supply Chain. Interested in the above role? APPLY TODAY! Please contact Kate Stevens or Sarah Gilbert at Jonathan Lee Recruitment to discuss further.Contract / Peterborough, Cambridgeshire
Design Analyst £Competitive Thatcham Motorsport A Design Analyst is required to provide verification on our client's products through analysis and to deliver engineering solutions to support those products. Candidates with experience of undertaking classical hand calculations to support design verification would be well received. Due to increased workloads this company, an award-winning transmission technology specialist based in Thatcham, requires a proactive Design Analyst to undertake Finite Element Analysis. As a Design Analyst you are required to: Analyse transmission systems using both in-house and proprietary software Carry out gear design using in-house and proprietary software Undertake bearing analysis using in-house and proprietary software Finite Element Analysis (FEA) using ANSYS to support design verification Manage and undertake component condition assessments and report findings Develop simulation tools for transmission systems Provide clear detailed reports for internal and external customers Establish, maintain and manage a strong working relationship with customers and suppliers Undertake basic CAD modelling and drafting using Siemens NX CAD to company standards and procedures The Design Analyst should have the following skills or experience: Degree qualified in mechanical engineering or relevant discipline Structural analysis Transmission system analysis, e.g. Romax, MASTA, KISSsoft or Dontyne, Analysis of rotating machinery Mathematical modelling and simulation; Gear design, Bearing analysis Siemens NX or similar CAD system ANSYS Mechanical or similar FEA package Ability to work calmly in a pressurised priority changing environment Ability to manage and prioritise your own workload Ability to work across multiple projects and prioritise accordingly This is an excellent opportunity for anyone with design analysis experience to develop your career. In return for your experience, this Thatcham based transmission technology specialist will offer you: £Competitive Pension Demand for this role will undoubtedly be high and interviews will be arranged very soon. If you have experience as a Design Analyst and you want to be considered, please apply today. If you have any questions about the Design Analyst role, please contact Paul Branton at Jonathan Lee Recruitment on 01268 455525.Permanent / Thatcham, Berkshire
Chief Engineer - Powertrain - Permanent - Birmingham - £Competitive Salary DOE I am seeking a Chief Engineer - Powertrain Design for an established automotive engineering company. They are part of a growing successful business operating in the supply of automotive components for a range of commercial engines. They provide design and development services for other sister companies within the engine products division being a global supplier/market leader in their field This is a permanent position based in Birmingham and is offering a competitive salary What You Will Do: As Chief Engineer - Powertrain Design; To provide leadership to design team on a range of engine ancillaries including oil, water & fuel pumps Work from 1st principals in concept design work utilising proven problem solving skills Work alongside engineering team to ensure design is optimised for manufacture To liaise with design team & cross functional teams to resolve design issues. Work on a range of electrification projects, presenting design concepts to clients What You Will Need: As Chief Engineer - Powertrain Design; Degree qualified Engineer with a minimum of 8 years industry experience Proven ability in one of the leading 3D CAD modelling packages Demonstrable experience in powertrain product development Knowledge/experience in concept design work Good understand of manufacturing processes, DFM Be able to demonstrate strong problem-solving skills Ability to work on a range of projects to tight deadlines What You Will Get: As Chief Engineer - Powertrain Design Employment with an established engineering company being market leaders in their field A very competitive salary Work on a range of innovative projects, EV & HEV Applications Suitably qualified and experienced Chief Engineer - Powertrain Design should apply today by either calling Jeff Lane on +44 (0)1384 446108 or by emailing their CV and covering letterPermanent / Birmingham, West Midlands
Job Title - Customs Compliance Administrator Hourly rate - competitive Location - Leicester Industry - Off highway An opportunity has arisen for a Customs Compliance Administrator, responisble for supporting customs compliance activity and operational audits to ensure that parts and product are managed properly and flow across borders in compliance with customs regulatory requirements. The successful candidate will work within a small compliance team who are responsible for supporting the operational managers in the manufacturing business, to ensure processes, procedure and systems are compliant. In addition, this role will support the audit of financial processes governed by Sarbanes Oxley. Job Duties Perform regular monthly Import and Export Declaration audits, including report out of identified errors and timely follow-up remediation. Assist with the review and monitoring of Customs Tariff Classification processes Perform regular monthly assurance checks on the deferment statement and freight values applied to customs entries Support the operations team with the monthly reconciliation of financial Inventory records to stock held in the customs duty management system Perform monthly reporting of deferment duty allocations by division, for financial reporting purposes. Perform quarterly operational and financial audits over processes governed by Sarbanes Oxley, ensuring processes and documentation are adequate to address business and financial risk. Support adhoc queries and compliance activities alongside the team Essential Criteria Basic understanding of EU and UK Customs Legislation Understanding of risk management and controls environment Self-starter with ability to work on own initiative Additional Useful Criteria Prior experience in Audit or involvement in Sarbanes Oxley compliance. Knowledge of the Ricardo Duty Management System or similar system Qualified or Studying towards recognised Accounting Professional accreditation If you would like to know more about this opportunity, please speak to Sarah Gilbert or Kate Stevens.Contract / Leicestershire, England
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