Production Engineer

Main purpose of position:

Working with all ITL departments and customers to transfer products into manufacturing. Creating works instructions and providing fixtures to aid the production of sub-assemblies and final instruments.

To fully support the manufacturing facility when implementing new processes and products.

Position in structure/supervisory responsibilities:

Report to Production Engineering Supervisor and Operations Manager.

Main duties:

  • Data Entry on ERP System
  • Implement engineering change notes
  • Set up manufacturing work cells
  • Build pilot production units
  • Provide antistatic precautions
  • Train production staff along with training log set up and maintenance
  • Controlling Software, Firmware and Gerber Files
  • Define / create manufacturing jigs and fixtures
  • Create all manufacturing documentation
  • Create manufacturing work flow charts
  • Investigation of new tools and processes
  • Problem solving – general and project related
  • Liaison with Supervisors, Team Leaders and all departments
  • Assist and generate New Product Quotations
  • Assist QA with the generation of DMR (Device Master Record)
  • LEAN

In addition to the above functions and responsibilities employees are required to carry out such other duties as may reasonably be required.

Necessary qualifications and training:

  • Maths English and Science grades A*-C GCSE or equivalent
  • Team Player
  • Good communication skills
  • Experience of volume manufacturing

To apply for this role please send your CV and covering letter to our Human Resources Officer, Vicki Williams on

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