Industrial Engineer/NC Planner

  • Location
    Workington, Cumbria
  • Salary
    £ 1 - £ 2 / Year
  • Job type
  • Industry
    Industrial and Manufacturing
  • External Reference

To provide technical information/documentation for computer numerical control machine tools, in order to achieve the most efficient manufacturing method using all available resources.

To be responsible for the specification and standardisation of all shop equipment.

To manage the department to ensure manufacturing standards are adhered to.

Key Accountability's

  • Interpret complicated mechanical engineering documentation and using a "value engineering" technique convert, compile and develop computer numerical control information using Vero VISI - CAM software, along with machine tool set-up sheets and tooling lists. This information is then directed to any of 19 varied machine tool centres enabling manufacture of components to customer specification.

  • Develop and implement programming methods and instruct other personnel as to their use, in order to increase department efficiency.

  • Control documentation within the department to ensure working practices conform to internationally accepted externally audited standards e.g. (BSEN ISO 9001).

  • Recommend, approve and control all aspects of tooling to be used on all machines within the business by specifying and standardising the brand names and types of tooling to be used.

  • Provide detailed tooling packages as dictated by contractual requirements and where nonstandard tooling is required and be within monetary budgets.

  • Collate and present detailed information and prepare relevant documentation in order for it to be submitted for special expenditure approval.

  • To liase and support craft machine tool operators, monitoring and improving the manufacturing method during and after normal working hours.

Qualification and Skills

  • Ideally will have a Machining background with a knowledge of fitting. (desirable)

  • Manufacturing expertise in Machining (although a broad engineering background including fitting and/or welding and fabrication knowledge is also advantageous)

  • Experience of carbon, stainless and non-ferrous material manufacturing methods in assembly and/or machining, welding and fabrication.

  • Computer literate being proficient in the use of Microsoft computer packages is essential, and 2D and/or 3D CAD knowledge is an advantage.

  • Qualified to minimum HNC in mechanical engineering and willing to work toward further academic qualifications.

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Please apply with your CV to: Amy Moore