Composite Manufacturing Engineer

Composite Manufacturing Engineer

Job Description

  • Permanent
  • Luton LU2, UK
  • £45000 - £55000 per annum, Great benefits, training & development UK / Year

Composite Manufacturing Engineer

Hours – Flexible start/finish times and early finish on Friday

Benefits – High contribution Pension, Income protection, 25 days holiday + 8 bank holidays, and a range of fringe benefits including discounts and health and wellbeing schemes

Training & development – the company fully supports professional training

Real opportunity for a Composite Manufacturing Engineer to work as part of a talented, niche team with the ability to really make a difference on cutting-edge new projects at the forefront of innovation within the aerospace sector. (The role will be project-led and offer real technical diversity and scope).

Supporting new product introduction projects, your knowledge and understanding of composites coupled with your Manufacturing Engineering expertise will play a key role in the delivery of key flagship programs within the business.

The projects will be varied, offer technical variety and you will have the opportunity to make a difference and impact within production and the wider team.

With state-of-the-art facilities at your disposal, your role as Composite Manufacturing Engineer will encompass:

  • New Product Introduction – Using your engineering project management skills to work internally and externally with customers as a technical point of contact to support the design for the manufacture of composite parts and assemblies. (This will be complete composite component manufacture from lamination through to assembly and finishing processes).
  • Process development – developing composite manufacturing processes and assembly strategies for the production of advanced composite parts.
  • Capex and tooling – Supporting the purchase and commissioning of any required composite manufacturing equipment and / or tooling.
  • Undertaking PFMEA’s and implementing control plans across a number of different product lines
  • Continuous Improvement and problem-solving to streamline, improve efficiencies, and reduce waste

To succeed in this varied, technically interesting role, you will ideally have:

  • Previous experience of Manufacturing Engineering within a composite environment
  • An understanding of composite manufacturing such as pre-preg systems, curing, and Resin Transfer Moulding (RTM) together with core composite processing techniques.
  • Be apprentice trained / HND+ qualified in engineering or have equivalent relevant industry experience.
  • Good analytical, organisational and communication skills

Please contact Alison Kemp for further details or apply via the link

Likely to suit individuals with a background as (but not limited to) Composite Manufacturing Engineer, Production Engineer, NPI Composite Engineer, Process Development Engineer, Manufacturing Composite Engineer or similar


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