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Mechanical Process Engineer - Production

​Mechanical Process Engineer

Near Farnborough, Hampshire

£35-45k + Bonus + Benefits

This position is to work in collaboration with production, production engineers and electromechanical engineers to ensure manufacturing quality, efficiency, and excellence. You'll be responsible for implementing production processes, procedures and tooling, leading productivity improvements with project-based activities, including new product introduction and manufacturing cell design to reduced waste, improve quality and safety, and reduce operating costs.

In addition you'll be managing electro-mechanical non-conformances and resulting corrective actions, work on various development project tasks to ensure project milestones are met and projects are completed on time.

Knowledge, Skills and Experience


•Process manufacturing experience and understanding of manufacturing processes including wiring, wire harnesses, crimps, electromechanical assembly and testing.

•Advanced computer skills, in particular Microsoft Office

•Problem solving and results orientated, and exercises latitude and technical judgement in deciding work methods.

•Understand engineering, scientific and other technical information.

•Ability to communicate well with all areas of the business, shows excellent negotiation skills and has a collaborative approach to working together.

•Understanding of design and production costs to include waste, downtime, scrap and rework

•Self-motivated, flexible, proactive and committed to good communication and interpersonal skills with an excellent attention to detail.


•Experience in production tooling design and implementation.

•Hardware design

•Ability to use CAD (3D Modelling) – Inventor preferable

•Knowledge of mechanical inspection methods, rules and processes.

•Experience and understanding of quality/process improvement tools (8D, Route cause analysis, FMEA)

•Physics, Mathematics or Engineering Degree or equivalent.

•Minimum BEng/BSc and have worked in a relevant industry.

Benefits include:

•25 days holiday

•Excellent Pension

•Life Assurance x6

•Health Cover

•Bonus - PRP (not guaranteed but has paid up to 20%)

•Hours of work are 8.30 – 5pm (flexitime available)