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        • spalding, east midlands
        • permanent
        • £30,000 - £40,000, per year, Bonus, Car, Pension
        • full-time
        Sales ManagerRandstad is very excited to be recruiting for a Sales Manager on a permanent basis to join an industry leading Agricultural business based in Peterborough.Through this role, the successful candidate will have an excellent opportunity to take part in, and have significant responsibility for, handling all UK Sales Enquiries, field demonstrations and customer enquiries.You will play a key role in devising and developing the sales strategy for both the UK. You foster new and existing relationships to make a real difference to the success and future of the business.Salary (negotiable): £30,000 - 40,000 + BonusVehicle: Vehicle providedThe role:Performing demonstrations, attending and organising trade shows, managing sales with production times and ensuring monthly targets are hit.Attend and assist in organising UK and European trade shows. Work alongside our marketing manager to formulate growth strategies for the business, seeking new markets and working with our R&D on product development and continuous improvement.International travel is likely at times of year to attend trade shows and possibly to also visit export clients and dealers in the off season.Essential experience:Strong technical background (HND/BSc /B Eng or above preferred in mechanical engineering) though other qualifications / progressive industry experience will be considered.Must have agricultural machinery experience, ideally from some kind of agricultural background.Proven experience in a sales engineering or business development role within and engineering / manufacturing business.This is an awesome opportunity to be part of a leading manufacturing business which offers an interesting, varied and exciting workload coupled with a motivated and passionate culture. Randstad CPE values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application.Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.For the purposes of the Conduct Regulations 2003, when advertising permanent vacancies we are acting as an Employment Agency, and when advertising temporary/contract vacancies we are acting as an Employment Business.
        Sales ManagerRandstad is very excited to be recruiting for a Sales Manager on a permanent basis to join an industry leading Agricultural business based in Peterborough.Through this role, the successful candidate will have an excellent opportunity to take part in, and have significant responsibility for, handling all UK Sales Enquiries, field demonstrations and customer enquiries.You will play a key role in devising and developing the sales strategy for both the UK. You foster new and existing relationships to make a real difference to the success and future of the business.Salary (negotiable): £30,000 - 40,000 + BonusVehicle: Vehicle providedThe role:Performing demonstrations, attending and organising trade shows, managing sales with production times and ensuring monthly targets are hit.Attend and assist in organising UK and European trade shows. Work alongside our marketing manager to formulate growth strategies for the business, seeking new markets and working with our R&D on product development and continuous improvement.International travel is likely at times of year to attend trade shows and possibly to also visit export clients and dealers in the off season.Essential experience:Strong technical background (HND/BSc /B Eng or above preferred in mechanical engineering) though other qualifications / progressive industry experience will be considered.Must have agricultural machinery experience, ideally from some kind of agricultural background.Proven experience in a sales engineering or business development role within and engineering / manufacturing business.This is an awesome opportunity to be part of a leading manufacturing business which offers an interesting, varied and exciting workload coupled with a motivated and passionate culture. Randstad CPE values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application.Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.For the purposes of the Conduct Regulations 2003, when advertising permanent vacancies we are acting as an Employment Agency, and when advertising temporary/contract vacancies we are acting as an Employment Business.
        • havant, south east
        • permanent
        • £35,000 - £50,000, per year, 33 days holiday
        • full-time
        Production ManagerAre you an Production Manager who has been involved with a high level of Lean Manufacturing? Are you an Production Manager who is passionate about making a difference? Do you have the drive to make a difference? Are you looking for a new position to work within a manufacturing facility and have that type of experience? Do you have a great eye for detail? If so then this might be the job for you. We require an excellent Production Manager to join one of the UK's leading manufacturing businesses. This is on a permanent basis located in HamposhireMain responsibilitiesDelivery of manufactured products from the immediate production processes in line with quality, cost, and delivery targets.Promotion and delivery of Lean, Continuous Improvement (CI) techniques and processes, and promote a culture of continuous improvement.Identify and lead improvements in their, and other, function's processes and ways of working.Deliver 'excellent' customer service to both internal and external customers.Develop, promote, and deliver 'On-time, in full' (OTIF) for customer requirements.Work in close collaboration with other business functions to ensure and promote quality and delivery performance.Any other duties commensurate with the grade and level of responsibility of this role, for which the holder has the necessary experience and/or training.Machine shop / machining experience Development responsibilitiesDevelopment of the functions in line with best practice and world class processes and ways of working.Development of their teams to become 'self-improving' and 'high functioning'.Development of the manufacturing footprint, equipment, technologies, process, and ways of working. Randstad CPE values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application.Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.For the purposes of the Conduct Regulations 2003, when advertising permanent vacancies we are acting as an Employment Agency, and when advertising temporary/contract vacancies we are acting as an Employment Business.
        Production ManagerAre you an Production Manager who has been involved with a high level of Lean Manufacturing? Are you an Production Manager who is passionate about making a difference? Do you have the drive to make a difference? Are you looking for a new position to work within a manufacturing facility and have that type of experience? Do you have a great eye for detail? If so then this might be the job for you. We require an excellent Production Manager to join one of the UK's leading manufacturing businesses. This is on a permanent basis located in HamposhireMain responsibilitiesDelivery of manufactured products from the immediate production processes in line with quality, cost, and delivery targets.Promotion and delivery of Lean, Continuous Improvement (CI) techniques and processes, and promote a culture of continuous improvement.Identify and lead improvements in their, and other, function's processes and ways of working.Deliver 'excellent' customer service to both internal and external customers.Develop, promote, and deliver 'On-time, in full' (OTIF) for customer requirements.Work in close collaboration with other business functions to ensure and promote quality and delivery performance.Any other duties commensurate with the grade and level of responsibility of this role, for which the holder has the necessary experience and/or training.Machine shop / machining experience Development responsibilitiesDevelopment of the functions in line with best practice and world class processes and ways of working.Development of their teams to become 'self-improving' and 'high functioning'.Development of the manufacturing footprint, equipment, technologies, process, and ways of working. Randstad CPE values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application.Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.For the purposes of the Conduct Regulations 2003, when advertising permanent vacancies we are acting as an Employment Agency, and when advertising temporary/contract vacancies we are acting as an Employment Business.
        • sheffield, yorkshire and the humber
        • permanent
        • £40,000 - £45,000 per year
        • full-time
        Investment Funding Analyst £40,000 - £45,000 + Bonus + Car + Benefits Randstad are currently recruiting for a financial analyst to join one of our leading companies worldwide. This role will be based in Sheffield working for one of their subsidiary units. The RoleThis is a unique opportunity to join a niche organisation seeking a qualified accountant who's role will be to support the Investment Manager by assessing the financial viability of investing in a wide variety of steel related businesses.As the investment funding analyst, you will be responsible for appraising, negotiating and implementing investment funding to businesses and to assist the teams in implementing their policy of economic regeneration. AccountabilitiesWithin the role, your responsibilities will include:critically appraising investment opportunities.managing a portfolio of investments.providing sensible business support to client companiesacting as Investment Committee secretarydeputising for the Investment Manager as and when appropriate. The CandidateA good commercial awareness and an understanding of strategic and financial mattersExperience of or/and an interest in identifying and assessing investment opportunitiesAn accountancy qualification i.e. ACCA, CIMAThe ability to work flexibly with a strong team working ethicGreat communication skills in order to build relationships with internal and external stakeholdersAn inquisitive nature in order to interrogate business plansPassionate about supporting small business and making a difference to our communities The BenefitsThey offer employees significant benefits packages. For this role, you will benefit from:A market competitive salaryCompany Car or cash alternativeBonus scheme (up to 20% of basic salary)One of the UK's leading defined contribution pension schemes (10% employer contribution / 6% employee contribution)Annual Pay Review25 days holiday plus Bank HolidaysThey also have an extensive list of lifestyle benefits including free onsite parking at all of our sites, an employee assistance programme as well as discounts with local and national retailers and services.Employee discount scheme for companies including Vodafone, Nissan, Jaguar Land Rover and also various local services Randstad CPE values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application.Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.For the purposes of the Conduct Regulations 2003, when advertising permanent vacancies we are acting as an Employment Agency, and when advertising temporary/contract vacancies we are acting as an Employment Business.
        Investment Funding Analyst £40,000 - £45,000 + Bonus + Car + Benefits Randstad are currently recruiting for a financial analyst to join one of our leading companies worldwide. This role will be based in Sheffield working for one of their subsidiary units. The RoleThis is a unique opportunity to join a niche organisation seeking a qualified accountant who's role will be to support the Investment Manager by assessing the financial viability of investing in a wide variety of steel related businesses.As the investment funding analyst, you will be responsible for appraising, negotiating and implementing investment funding to businesses and to assist the teams in implementing their policy of economic regeneration. AccountabilitiesWithin the role, your responsibilities will include:critically appraising investment opportunities.managing a portfolio of investments.providing sensible business support to client companiesacting as Investment Committee secretarydeputising for the Investment Manager as and when appropriate. The CandidateA good commercial awareness and an understanding of strategic and financial mattersExperience of or/and an interest in identifying and assessing investment opportunitiesAn accountancy qualification i.e. ACCA, CIMAThe ability to work flexibly with a strong team working ethicGreat communication skills in order to build relationships with internal and external stakeholdersAn inquisitive nature in order to interrogate business plansPassionate about supporting small business and making a difference to our communities The BenefitsThey offer employees significant benefits packages. For this role, you will benefit from:A market competitive salaryCompany Car or cash alternativeBonus scheme (up to 20% of basic salary)One of the UK's leading defined contribution pension schemes (10% employer contribution / 6% employee contribution)Annual Pay Review25 days holiday plus Bank HolidaysThey also have an extensive list of lifestyle benefits including free onsite parking at all of our sites, an employee assistance programme as well as discounts with local and national retailers and services.Employee discount scheme for companies including Vodafone, Nissan, Jaguar Land Rover and also various local services Randstad CPE values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application.Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.For the purposes of the Conduct Regulations 2003, when advertising permanent vacancies we are acting as an Employment Agency, and when advertising temporary/contract vacancies we are acting as an Employment Business.
        • plymouth, south west
        • permanent
        • £60,000 per year
        • full-time
        Randstad Engineering are recruiting for a Naval Systems Engineering Manager on behalf of its client based in Plymouth. As Naval Systems Engineering Manager you will report to the Naval Systems Director.You will be responsible for Line Management of all Naval Systems engineers.Confer with management, production, and marketing staff to discuss project specifications and procedures.Coordinate and direct projects with Technical input and expertise.Working with the PM team, make detailed plans to accomplish goals and direct the integration of technical activities.Analyse technology, resource needs, and market demand, to plan and assess the feasibility of projects.Recruit employees; assign, direct, and evaluate their work; and oversee the development and maintenance of staff competence.Develop and implement policies, standards and procedures for the engineering and technical work performed in the department.Perform administrative functions such as reviewing and writing reports, approving expenditures, enforcing rules, and making decisions about the purchase of materials or services.Production of proposal documentation and material necessary for the satisfactory response to customer RFQ/RFP requests.Capture Customer requirements and translate into system designs.Prepare System Requirement Specifications and System Design Specifications.Prepare Interface Specifications for system and sub-system elements, both internal and external documents.Prepare Verification Cross-Reference Matrices.Prepare and commission design proving plans and specifications ensuring compliance to the VCRM.Conduct design and safety reviews as required.Assist with installation and commissioning of systems at customers premises throughout the world (as required in line with business need).Support sales and marketing efforts for Systems business activities.Ensure that all documentation related to your work is kept accurate and up to date in accordance with BE EN9001:2000 and AS9100. Experience: Experience operating as an Engineering Team Leader and Project Technical Leader in the defence and aerospace sector is essential.Experience of effectively working with leadership teams with excellent stakeholder management and relationship building skills.A high degree of professionalism, integrity and confidentially.The ability to multi-task and deliver to tight deadlines with the ability to work within an agile, fast paced environment.Be able to communicate clearly and effectively with all stakeholders to understand diverse and complex requirements.A team-orientated approach with the ability to build effective working relationships with Direct Reports and Leadership teams at all levels.Excellent attention to detail with a proactive attitude and can-do approach.Experience of overseas travel working in complex environments in line with key projects and business priorities.Have the ability to liaise with customers verbally and in writing in an effective manner, producing reports and participating in formal design reviews.Have the ability to fit in and work well both in a team and in working autonomously when required.Degree in Engineering is preferred and/or must have strong knowledge or a technical understanding of engineering level key deliverables.Proficient in performing engineering calculations.SC Security Cleared.Experience of working in ideally the Defence or related sectors particularly in R&D and manufacturing. Randstad Technologies Ltd is a leading specialist recruitment business for the IT industry. Please note that due to a high level of applications, we can only respond to applicants whose skills & qualifications are suitable for this position. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. For the purposes of the Conduct Regulations 2003, when advertising permanent vacancies we are acting as an Employment Agency, and when advertising temporary/contract vacancies we are acting as an Employment Business.
        Randstad Engineering are recruiting for a Naval Systems Engineering Manager on behalf of its client based in Plymouth. As Naval Systems Engineering Manager you will report to the Naval Systems Director.You will be responsible for Line Management of all Naval Systems engineers.Confer with management, production, and marketing staff to discuss project specifications and procedures.Coordinate and direct projects with Technical input and expertise.Working with the PM team, make detailed plans to accomplish goals and direct the integration of technical activities.Analyse technology, resource needs, and market demand, to plan and assess the feasibility of projects.Recruit employees; assign, direct, and evaluate their work; and oversee the development and maintenance of staff competence.Develop and implement policies, standards and procedures for the engineering and technical work performed in the department.Perform administrative functions such as reviewing and writing reports, approving expenditures, enforcing rules, and making decisions about the purchase of materials or services.Production of proposal documentation and material necessary for the satisfactory response to customer RFQ/RFP requests.Capture Customer requirements and translate into system designs.Prepare System Requirement Specifications and System Design Specifications.Prepare Interface Specifications for system and sub-system elements, both internal and external documents.Prepare Verification Cross-Reference Matrices.Prepare and commission design proving plans and specifications ensuring compliance to the VCRM.Conduct design and safety reviews as required.Assist with installation and commissioning of systems at customers premises throughout the world (as required in line with business need).Support sales and marketing efforts for Systems business activities.Ensure that all documentation related to your work is kept accurate and up to date in accordance with BE EN9001:2000 and AS9100. Experience: Experience operating as an Engineering Team Leader and Project Technical Leader in the defence and aerospace sector is essential.Experience of effectively working with leadership teams with excellent stakeholder management and relationship building skills.A high degree of professionalism, integrity and confidentially.The ability to multi-task and deliver to tight deadlines with the ability to work within an agile, fast paced environment.Be able to communicate clearly and effectively with all stakeholders to understand diverse and complex requirements.A team-orientated approach with the ability to build effective working relationships with Direct Reports and Leadership teams at all levels.Excellent attention to detail with a proactive attitude and can-do approach.Experience of overseas travel working in complex environments in line with key projects and business priorities.Have the ability to liaise with customers verbally and in writing in an effective manner, producing reports and participating in formal design reviews.Have the ability to fit in and work well both in a team and in working autonomously when required.Degree in Engineering is preferred and/or must have strong knowledge or a technical understanding of engineering level key deliverables.Proficient in performing engineering calculations.SC Security Cleared.Experience of working in ideally the Defence or related sectors particularly in R&D and manufacturing. Randstad Technologies Ltd is a leading specialist recruitment business for the IT industry. Please note that due to a high level of applications, we can only respond to applicants whose skills & qualifications are suitable for this position. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. For the purposes of the Conduct Regulations 2003, when advertising permanent vacancies we are acting as an Employment Agency, and when advertising temporary/contract vacancies we are acting as an Employment Business.
        • carlisle, north west
        • permanent
        • £30,000 - £50,000 per year
        • full-time
        A large global biscuit and confectionery company, has operations in 120 countries across Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Asia and the Americas. It combines three centuries of baking and confectionery expertise by bringing together our iconic brands. This large FMCG company have created a global network which understands local needs well and operates through different geographies, adding value to the communities where we currently reside. Achieving the company's ambition requires us to have the agility and responsiveness to service local market needs, and require us to make best use of our local and global capability and capacity to give us the best possible cost base. The Supply Chain team is responsible for ensuring we act as "one" to meet demand, drive the opportunities to maximise our synergies, prioritising how we spend capital for the good of the business and enabling effective and efficient local operational management of supply and service.The role of the UK & Ireland Project Engineer is a key role within the Project Investment Planning & Implementation Team for the UK & Ireland. The role will be responsible for all aspects of delivery of full lifecycle project engineering for capital projects, from concept to delivery.It is imperative that we manage investment with rigour and discipline to ensure that cost, time to deliver, Engineering quality and risk are all effectively controlled. We encourage significant standardisation and optimisation of our project processes, systems, resources and outputs to reduce complexity and maximise the return our investment. This role will adopt these principles when delivering capital projects for all sites.This is an excellent opportunity for an enthusiastic and dynamic Project Engineering professional to drive standards of excellence in Engineering Project Management. This high-profile regional position will require interaction and collaboration with colleagues across the business to deliver capital projects. Key stakeholders include PIMs, Factory General Managers, Site Engineering Managers, R&D and other functional teams across the business. This requires a solid track record of Engineering Project Delivery. Key Role RequirementsEngineering Technical ExcellenceA drive to ensure optimal capital spend, time and robust solution delivery on all capital projects.Biscuit Industry Specific Skills i.e. experience in production line design, procurement, installation and commissioning, automations sytsems, factory & office buildings, build in the innovation coming in ‐ proposing ideasWould work very closely with factory teams to deliver their investment planStrong project management skills Key projects at the outset of this roleTake control and ownership of the delivery of key projects including budget time plan and technical solutionReview, update key Project delivery tools and templates. Including the integration of these tools into Projects.Build understanding of UK manufacturing capability. Key accountabilities & deliverablesReports to the UK's Projects and Investments Manager (PIM)Manage the delivery of various capital projects throughout the UK ensuring the complexity, cost, time‐constraints are fully understood and managed.Continually monitor progress to ensure meeting of specific deadlines.Responsible for all stages of projects from development through to delivery. including, URS creation, tendering and supplier selection, resource, time and cost management, Control of contractors with CDM, Contract management, FAT, SAT and formal handback and project closure.Support project development through Engineering capability as part of full Lifecyle project delivery in the capability function.Ensure projects are delivered to a high quality of engineering and technical standard and drive world class specification and standard use throughout the capability teamFlawless management of changes to the scope and schedule of the project.Lead project update meetings, and document project status and issues.Appraise senior managers and of project status, issues and concerns.Actively pursue issue resolution and communicate project status/issues to business stakeholders and operational management.Possess a robust knowledge of most technical and business resources and use them to effectively deliver key projects.Provide the necessary supporting documentation for the business to evaluate, prioritise and determine the cost effectiveness of initiatives. Skills & ExperienceRequired:3-5 years active experience at professional level in engineering preferred.Experience delivering engineering projects in project engineering position.Proven capability within a Blue-Chip Organisation.Hands on user experience of Autocad.Strong Project Management skills.Strong engineering thinking. Qualifications Required Essential Criteria Desirable criteria:BSc ‐ Degree in Engineering (Mechanical, Electrical, Electronics, Process or similar)Lean Six Sigma Black Belt or Project Management certification, e.g. Prince2., is preferred. Personal Attributes Required:Developed strategic thinker able to balance short and long term goals and is comfortable to take risks for the benefit of the business.Strong engineering leadership skills and client focus with attention to delivering sustainable results that exceed customer, sponsor and stakeholder expectations.Communication skills - verbal and non-verbal with the ability to positively engage, motivate and influence an audience.Natural networker with strong interpersonal skills and the ability to deal with all types of people within an organisation.Personal resilience in environments which are open to change and challenge.The ability to travel within region (50-70%).
        A large global biscuit and confectionery company, has operations in 120 countries across Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Asia and the Americas. It combines three centuries of baking and confectionery expertise by bringing together our iconic brands. This large FMCG company have created a global network which understands local needs well and operates through different geographies, adding value to the communities where we currently reside. Achieving the company's ambition requires us to have the agility and responsiveness to service local market needs, and require us to make best use of our local and global capability and capacity to give us the best possible cost base. The Supply Chain team is responsible for ensuring we act as "one" to meet demand, drive the opportunities to maximise our synergies, prioritising how we spend capital for the good of the business and enabling effective and efficient local operational management of supply and service.The role of the UK & Ireland Project Engineer is a key role within the Project Investment Planning & Implementation Team for the UK & Ireland. The role will be responsible for all aspects of delivery of full lifecycle project engineering for capital projects, from concept to delivery.It is imperative that we manage investment with rigour and discipline to ensure that cost, time to deliver, Engineering quality and risk are all effectively controlled. We encourage significant standardisation and optimisation of our project processes, systems, resources and outputs to reduce complexity and maximise the return our investment. This role will adopt these principles when delivering capital projects for all sites.This is an excellent opportunity for an enthusiastic and dynamic Project Engineering professional to drive standards of excellence in Engineering Project Management. This high-profile regional position will require interaction and collaboration with colleagues across the business to deliver capital projects. Key stakeholders include PIMs, Factory General Managers, Site Engineering Managers, R&D and other functional teams across the business. This requires a solid track record of Engineering Project Delivery. Key Role RequirementsEngineering Technical ExcellenceA drive to ensure optimal capital spend, time and robust solution delivery on all capital projects.Biscuit Industry Specific Skills i.e. experience in production line design, procurement, installation and commissioning, automations sytsems, factory & office buildings, build in the innovation coming in ‐ proposing ideasWould work very closely with factory teams to deliver their investment planStrong project management skills Key projects at the outset of this roleTake control and ownership of the delivery of key projects including budget time plan and technical solutionReview, update key Project delivery tools and templates. Including the integration of these tools into Projects.Build understanding of UK manufacturing capability. Key accountabilities & deliverablesReports to the UK's Projects and Investments Manager (PIM)Manage the delivery of various capital projects throughout the UK ensuring the complexity, cost, time‐constraints are fully understood and managed.Continually monitor progress to ensure meeting of specific deadlines.Responsible for all stages of projects from development through to delivery. including, URS creation, tendering and supplier selection, resource, time and cost management, Control of contractors with CDM, Contract management, FAT, SAT and formal handback and project closure.Support project development through Engineering capability as part of full Lifecyle project delivery in the capability function.Ensure projects are delivered to a high quality of engineering and technical standard and drive world class specification and standard use throughout the capability teamFlawless management of changes to the scope and schedule of the project.Lead project update meetings, and document project status and issues.Appraise senior managers and of project status, issues and concerns.Actively pursue issue resolution and communicate project status/issues to business stakeholders and operational management.Possess a robust knowledge of most technical and business resources and use them to effectively deliver key projects.Provide the necessary supporting documentation for the business to evaluate, prioritise and determine the cost effectiveness of initiatives. Skills & ExperienceRequired:3-5 years active experience at professional level in engineering preferred.Experience delivering engineering projects in project engineering position.Proven capability within a Blue-Chip Organisation.Hands on user experience of Autocad.Strong Project Management skills.Strong engineering thinking. Qualifications Required Essential Criteria Desirable criteria:BSc ‐ Degree in Engineering (Mechanical, Electrical, Electronics, Process or similar)Lean Six Sigma Black Belt or Project Management certification, e.g. Prince2., is preferred. Personal Attributes Required:Developed strategic thinker able to balance short and long term goals and is comfortable to take risks for the benefit of the business.Strong engineering leadership skills and client focus with attention to delivering sustainable results that exceed customer, sponsor and stakeholder expectations.Communication skills - verbal and non-verbal with the ability to positively engage, motivate and influence an audience.Natural networker with strong interpersonal skills and the ability to deal with all types of people within an organisation.Personal resilience in environments which are open to change and challenge.The ability to travel within region (50-70%).
        • manchester, north west
        • permanent
        • £30,000 - £50,000 per year
        • full-time
        A large global biscuit and confectionery company, has operations in 120 countries across Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Asia and the Americas. It combines three centuries of baking and confectionery expertise by bringing together our iconic brands. This large FMCG company have created a global network which understands local needs well and operates through different geographies, adding value to the communities where we currently reside. Achieving the company's ambition requires us to have the agility and responsiveness to service local market needs, and require us to make best use of our local and global capability and capacity to give us the best possible cost base. The Supply Chain team is responsible for ensuring we act as "one" to meet demand, drive the opportunities to maximise our synergies, prioritising how we spend capital for the good of the business and enabling effective and efficient local operational management of supply and service.The role of the UK & Ireland Project Engineer is a key role within the Project Investment Planning & Implementation Team for the UK & Ireland. The role will be responsible for all aspects of delivery of full lifecycle project engineering for capital projects, from concept to delivery.It is imperative that we manage investment with rigour and discipline to ensure that cost, time to deliver, Engineering quality and risk are all effectively controlled. We encourage significant standardisation and optimisation of our project processes, systems, resources and outputs to reduce complexity and maximise the return our investment. This role will adopt these principles when delivering capital projects for all sites.This is an excellent opportunity for an enthusiastic and dynamic Project Engineering professional to drive standards of excellence in Engineering Project Management. This high-profile regional position will require interaction and collaboration with colleagues across the business to deliver capital projects. Key stakeholders include PIMs, Factory General Managers, Site Engineering Managers, R&D and other functional teams across the business. This requires a solid track record of Engineering Project Delivery. Key Role RequirementsEngineering Technical ExcellenceA drive to ensure optimal capital spend, time and robust solution delivery on all capital projects.Biscuit Industry Specific Skills i.e. experience in production line design, procurement, installation and commissioning, automations sytsems, factory & office buildings, build in the innovation coming in ‐ proposing ideasWould work very closely with factory teams to deliver their investment planStrong project management skills Key projects at the outset of this roleTake control and ownership of the delivery of key projects including budget time plan and technical solutionReview, update key Project delivery tools and templates. Including the integration of these tools into Projects.Build understanding of UK manufacturing capability. Key accountabilities & deliverablesReports to the UK's Projects and Investments Manager (PIM)Manage the delivery of various capital projects throughout the UK ensuring the complexity, cost, time‐constraints are fully understood and managed.Continually monitor progress to ensure meeting of specific deadlines.Responsible for all stages of projects from development through to delivery. including, URS creation, tendering and supplier selection, resource, time and cost management, Control of contractors with CDM, Contract management, FAT, SAT and formal handback and project closure.Support project development through Engineering capability as part of full Lifecyle project delivery in the capability function.Ensure projects are delivered to a high quality of engineering and technical standard and drive world class specification and standard use throughout the capability teamFlawless management of changes to the scope and schedule of the project.Lead project update meetings, and document project status and issues.Appraise senior managers and of project status, issues and concerns.Actively pursue issue resolution and communicate project status/issues to business stakeholders and operational management.Possess a robust knowledge of most technical and business resources and use them to effectively deliver key projects.Provide the necessary supporting documentation for the business to evaluate, prioritise and determine the cost effectiveness of initiatives. Skills & ExperienceRequired:3-5 years active experience at professional level in engineering preferred.Experience delivering engineering projects in project engineering position.Proven capability within a Blue-Chip Organisation.Hands on user experience of Autocad.Strong Project Management skills.Strong engineering thinking. Qualifications Required Essential Criteria Desirable criteria:BSc ‐ Degree in Engineering (Mechanical, Electrical, Electronics, Process or similar)Lean Six Sigma Black Belt or Project Management certification, e.g. Prince2., is preferred. Personal Attributes Required:Developed strategic thinker able to balance short and long term goals and is comfortable to take risks for the benefit of the business.Strong engineering leadership skills and client focus with attention to delivering sustainable results that exceed customer, sponsor and stakeholder expectations.Communication skills - verbal and non-verbal with the ability to positively engage, motivate and influence an audience.Natural networker with strong interpersonal skills and the ability to deal with all types of people within an organisation.Personal resilience in environments which are open to change and challenge.The ability to travel within region (50-70%).
        A large global biscuit and confectionery company, has operations in 120 countries across Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Asia and the Americas. It combines three centuries of baking and confectionery expertise by bringing together our iconic brands. This large FMCG company have created a global network which understands local needs well and operates through different geographies, adding value to the communities where we currently reside. Achieving the company's ambition requires us to have the agility and responsiveness to service local market needs, and require us to make best use of our local and global capability and capacity to give us the best possible cost base. The Supply Chain team is responsible for ensuring we act as "one" to meet demand, drive the opportunities to maximise our synergies, prioritising how we spend capital for the good of the business and enabling effective and efficient local operational management of supply and service.The role of the UK & Ireland Project Engineer is a key role within the Project Investment Planning & Implementation Team for the UK & Ireland. The role will be responsible for all aspects of delivery of full lifecycle project engineering for capital projects, from concept to delivery.It is imperative that we manage investment with rigour and discipline to ensure that cost, time to deliver, Engineering quality and risk are all effectively controlled. We encourage significant standardisation and optimisation of our project processes, systems, resources and outputs to reduce complexity and maximise the return our investment. This role will adopt these principles when delivering capital projects for all sites.This is an excellent opportunity for an enthusiastic and dynamic Project Engineering professional to drive standards of excellence in Engineering Project Management. This high-profile regional position will require interaction and collaboration with colleagues across the business to deliver capital projects. Key stakeholders include PIMs, Factory General Managers, Site Engineering Managers, R&D and other functional teams across the business. This requires a solid track record of Engineering Project Delivery. Key Role RequirementsEngineering Technical ExcellenceA drive to ensure optimal capital spend, time and robust solution delivery on all capital projects.Biscuit Industry Specific Skills i.e. experience in production line design, procurement, installation and commissioning, automations sytsems, factory & office buildings, build in the innovation coming in ‐ proposing ideasWould work very closely with factory teams to deliver their investment planStrong project management skills Key projects at the outset of this roleTake control and ownership of the delivery of key projects including budget time plan and technical solutionReview, update key Project delivery tools and templates. Including the integration of these tools into Projects.Build understanding of UK manufacturing capability. Key accountabilities & deliverablesReports to the UK's Projects and Investments Manager (PIM)Manage the delivery of various capital projects throughout the UK ensuring the complexity, cost, time‐constraints are fully understood and managed.Continually monitor progress to ensure meeting of specific deadlines.Responsible for all stages of projects from development through to delivery. including, URS creation, tendering and supplier selection, resource, time and cost management, Control of contractors with CDM, Contract management, FAT, SAT and formal handback and project closure.Support project development through Engineering capability as part of full Lifecyle project delivery in the capability function.Ensure projects are delivered to a high quality of engineering and technical standard and drive world class specification and standard use throughout the capability teamFlawless management of changes to the scope and schedule of the project.Lead project update meetings, and document project status and issues.Appraise senior managers and of project status, issues and concerns.Actively pursue issue resolution and communicate project status/issues to business stakeholders and operational management.Possess a robust knowledge of most technical and business resources and use them to effectively deliver key projects.Provide the necessary supporting documentation for the business to evaluate, prioritise and determine the cost effectiveness of initiatives. Skills & ExperienceRequired:3-5 years active experience at professional level in engineering preferred.Experience delivering engineering projects in project engineering position.Proven capability within a Blue-Chip Organisation.Hands on user experience of Autocad.Strong Project Management skills.Strong engineering thinking. Qualifications Required Essential Criteria Desirable criteria:BSc ‐ Degree in Engineering (Mechanical, Electrical, Electronics, Process or similar)Lean Six Sigma Black Belt or Project Management certification, e.g. Prince2., is preferred. Personal Attributes Required:Developed strategic thinker able to balance short and long term goals and is comfortable to take risks for the benefit of the business.Strong engineering leadership skills and client focus with attention to delivering sustainable results that exceed customer, sponsor and stakeholder expectations.Communication skills - verbal and non-verbal with the ability to positively engage, motivate and influence an audience.Natural networker with strong interpersonal skills and the ability to deal with all types of people within an organisation.Personal resilience in environments which are open to change and challenge.The ability to travel within region (50-70%).
        • bedford, east of england
        • permanent
        • £50,000 - £55,000, per year, Annual Bonus, Share Scheme
        • full-time
        Power Electronics EngineerBedford£50,000-£55,000Annual Bonus and Share Scheme includedWorking as part of an Engineering & R&D team you will be responsible for new concepts, design, simulation, testing of electronic power systems, initial design specification, production implementation and post-implementation support. Your passion for electronics will keep you abreast of technological developments within power electronics directly influencing future product design. ResponsibilitiesReports to the Engineering ManagerGenerate conceptual designs based on technical specifications for inverter and rectifier design (including physical layout), circuit simulation and optimisation. Convert conceptual designs to working prototypes.Support new product introduction.Assist in the building of prototype power electronics and control systems and testing to verify simulation. Participate in the creation of functional specifications and test procedures. Identify opportunities for improvements in product functionality and manufacture. To review, update, alter or redesign existing productsYour ProfileEssentialDegree in Electrical / Electronic Engineering5 Years design experience of high-power inverters, rectifiers and/or DC-DC converters using semi-conductor devices (E.g. EV Design)Broad electronic hardware (analogue and digital) design skills with Embedded Systems and MicrocontrollersSimulation experience using software such as PSpice, MATLAB etc.Strong communication and teamwork abilitiesEnthusiastic, self-motivated and able to work alone, but also be able to operate effectively as part of a teamSafe working practice when working with voltages up to 600V AC/DC and high-power levels (up to 200kVA)Experience with high-precision power measurement equipmentPlease get in touch immediately to be considered. My client is booking in interviews this week. Randstad Technologies Ltd is a leading specialist recruitment business for the IT industry. Please note that due to a high level of applications, we can only respond to applicants whose skills & qualifications are suitable for this position. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. For the purposes of the Conduct Regulations 2003, when advertising permanent vacancies we are acting as an Employment Agency, and when advertising temporary/contract vacancies we are acting as an Employment Business.
        Power Electronics EngineerBedford£50,000-£55,000Annual Bonus and Share Scheme includedWorking as part of an Engineering & R&D team you will be responsible for new concepts, design, simulation, testing of electronic power systems, initial design specification, production implementation and post-implementation support. Your passion for electronics will keep you abreast of technological developments within power electronics directly influencing future product design. ResponsibilitiesReports to the Engineering ManagerGenerate conceptual designs based on technical specifications for inverter and rectifier design (including physical layout), circuit simulation and optimisation. Convert conceptual designs to working prototypes.Support new product introduction.Assist in the building of prototype power electronics and control systems and testing to verify simulation. Participate in the creation of functional specifications and test procedures. Identify opportunities for improvements in product functionality and manufacture. To review, update, alter or redesign existing productsYour ProfileEssentialDegree in Electrical / Electronic Engineering5 Years design experience of high-power inverters, rectifiers and/or DC-DC converters using semi-conductor devices (E.g. EV Design)Broad electronic hardware (analogue and digital) design skills with Embedded Systems and MicrocontrollersSimulation experience using software such as PSpice, MATLAB etc.Strong communication and teamwork abilitiesEnthusiastic, self-motivated and able to work alone, but also be able to operate effectively as part of a teamSafe working practice when working with voltages up to 600V AC/DC and high-power levels (up to 200kVA)Experience with high-precision power measurement equipmentPlease get in touch immediately to be considered. My client is booking in interviews this week. Randstad Technologies Ltd is a leading specialist recruitment business for the IT industry. Please note that due to a high level of applications, we can only respond to applicants whose skills & qualifications are suitable for this position. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. For the purposes of the Conduct Regulations 2003, when advertising permanent vacancies we are acting as an Employment Agency, and when advertising temporary/contract vacancies we are acting as an Employment Business.
        • shoreham-by-sea, south east
        • permanent
        • £26,000 - £30,000, per year, 33 days holiday
        • full-time
        Plant SupervsiorAre you a Plant Supervisor who is passionate about making a difference in a small team? Do you have the drive to make a difference? Are you looking for a new position to work within a manufacturing facility? Do you have a great eye for detail? If so then this might be the job for you. We require an excellent Plant Supervisor to join one of the UK's leading concrete manufacturing businesses. This is on a permanent basis located in Shoreman-By-Sea.About the roleYou will be ensuring all Health and Safety legislation, environmental and quality requirements are complied with, as well as batching concrete to the correct specification.Elements to the role include:To effectively operate a concrete batching plant to the standards required by the company using procedures including operation of the loading shovel when requiredConforming to standards and guidelines, ensure the site, plant, buildings and equipment are kept in a clean and tidy condition and to maintain security at all timesYou will be required to undertake regular tool box talks, safety briefings and interactive safety tours. This expands to the day to day management of mixer truck drivers excluding shipping/order takingEnsure the depots maintenance improvement log is reviewed and updated, reporting any defects to the operations managerEnsure plant mixers are cleaned as and when required and defects reported in a timely mannerEnsure stock piles and aggregate bays are managed correctly and within the sites permit conditionsEnsure all waste is reduced as much as possible and managed correctly following Aggregate Industries procedures and guidelinesMaintain accurate materials/ stock data as required by national procedures and in doing so minimise the number of discrepancies/ anomalies at each month endGuarantee that all technical testing required for the production of concrete at the plant is carried out to the correct standards and timescales. This includes all value-added products and corresponding proceduresWhat will you bring?Knowledge of concrete industry in general and working knowledge of the materialsGood Supervisory SkillsCustomer Focused with a view to learning the shipping side of the businessGood Communication skillsStrong geographical knowledge Randstad CPE values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application.Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.For the purposes of the Conduct Regulations 2003, when advertising permanent vacancies we are acting as an Employment Agency, and when advertising temporary/contract vacancies we are acting as an Employment Business.
        Plant SupervsiorAre you a Plant Supervisor who is passionate about making a difference in a small team? Do you have the drive to make a difference? Are you looking for a new position to work within a manufacturing facility? Do you have a great eye for detail? If so then this might be the job for you. We require an excellent Plant Supervisor to join one of the UK's leading concrete manufacturing businesses. This is on a permanent basis located in Shoreman-By-Sea.About the roleYou will be ensuring all Health and Safety legislation, environmental and quality requirements are complied with, as well as batching concrete to the correct specification.Elements to the role include:To effectively operate a concrete batching plant to the standards required by the company using procedures including operation of the loading shovel when requiredConforming to standards and guidelines, ensure the site, plant, buildings and equipment are kept in a clean and tidy condition and to maintain security at all timesYou will be required to undertake regular tool box talks, safety briefings and interactive safety tours. This expands to the day to day management of mixer truck drivers excluding shipping/order takingEnsure the depots maintenance improvement log is reviewed and updated, reporting any defects to the operations managerEnsure plant mixers are cleaned as and when required and defects reported in a timely mannerEnsure stock piles and aggregate bays are managed correctly and within the sites permit conditionsEnsure all waste is reduced as much as possible and managed correctly following Aggregate Industries procedures and guidelinesMaintain accurate materials/ stock data as required by national procedures and in doing so minimise the number of discrepancies/ anomalies at each month endGuarantee that all technical testing required for the production of concrete at the plant is carried out to the correct standards and timescales. This includes all value-added products and corresponding proceduresWhat will you bring?Knowledge of concrete industry in general and working knowledge of the materialsGood Supervisory SkillsCustomer Focused with a view to learning the shipping side of the businessGood Communication skillsStrong geographical knowledge Randstad CPE values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application.Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.For the purposes of the Conduct Regulations 2003, when advertising permanent vacancies we are acting as an Employment Agency, and when advertising temporary/contract vacancies we are acting as an Employment Business.
        • corby, east midlands
        • permanent
        • £55,609 - £55,609, per year, Company Benefits
        • full-time
        Electrical Engineer An opportunity has arisen for us to recruit for a worldwide leader in raw material manufacturer. We are currently looking for a Electrical Team Leader to join the team, at their site in Corby. This postition is on a continental shift pattern. The RoleAs the Electrical Team Leader, you will work as part of a team, reporting directly into the Electrical Services Engineering Manager, providing technical engineering expertise to the Corby site 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, to ensure the safe production of quality tubes and the achievement of equipment availability and capability targets. In this capacity, you will also manage the daily operations of the Systems department supporting the team leader to ensure that systems are maintained in accordance with standards and policies.Your key responsibilities will include, but not be limited to the following:Responsible for ensuring that engineering activities are conducted in accordance with the Engineering policy; health & Safety standards; statutory regulations and applicable ISO standards and Codes of Practice.Actively manage engineering expenditure and develop budgets.Responsible for the management and execution of all preventive, corrective, breakdown and shutdown maintenance controlled by the central electrical function, as per the SAP Business processes.Ensure that all assets within the designated areas of responsibility are maintained to high engineering standards, which consistently contribute to achieving business objectives.Identify and implement improvement activities that support the continuous improvement of plant availability, safety, the environment and asset performance.Lead or participate in project teams, executing engineering projects to the allocated budget, timescale and stated objectives.Responsible for the management of spares, including repairable stock items (as per the SAP Refurbishment of Spares Business Process).Management of both external and internal engineering resources, including technical supervision, training and competency development.To set, implement and maintain standards for equipment controlled by the systems department.To manage overtime and sickness absence for members of the Systems department.Respond to the works alarm systems and provide solutions for plant and engineering safety The CandidateTo be considered for this opportunity, you must be a qualified electrical engineer (or equivalent by experience), ideally qualified to HNC level as a minimum, with man management experience of working within a manufacturing environment. You will also require the following:Experience with low voltage & high voltage electrical systems, drives, PLCs and Environmental control systems.Competent at fault-finding electrical systems and root cause failure analysis of electrical engineering related failures as required.Experience of working with computerised maintenance management systems (SAP PM experience would be advantageous)Basic computer literacy is essential.Good communication skill and the ability to function effectively within teams. The Benefits54 days holidays per yearQuarterly Bonus - subject to business performanceOne of the UK's leading pension schemes (10% employer contribution / 6% employee contribution)Private HealthcareAnnual Pay Review Randstad CPE values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application.Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.For the purposes of the Conduct Regulations 2003, when advertising permanent vacancies we are acting as an Employment Agency, and when advertising temporary/contract vacancies we are acting as an Employment Business.
        Electrical Engineer An opportunity has arisen for us to recruit for a worldwide leader in raw material manufacturer. We are currently looking for a Electrical Team Leader to join the team, at their site in Corby. This postition is on a continental shift pattern. The RoleAs the Electrical Team Leader, you will work as part of a team, reporting directly into the Electrical Services Engineering Manager, providing technical engineering expertise to the Corby site 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, to ensure the safe production of quality tubes and the achievement of equipment availability and capability targets. In this capacity, you will also manage the daily operations of the Systems department supporting the team leader to ensure that systems are maintained in accordance with standards and policies.Your key responsibilities will include, but not be limited to the following:Responsible for ensuring that engineering activities are conducted in accordance with the Engineering policy; health & Safety standards; statutory regulations and applicable ISO standards and Codes of Practice.Actively manage engineering expenditure and develop budgets.Responsible for the management and execution of all preventive, corrective, breakdown and shutdown maintenance controlled by the central electrical function, as per the SAP Business processes.Ensure that all assets within the designated areas of responsibility are maintained to high engineering standards, which consistently contribute to achieving business objectives.Identify and implement improvement activities that support the continuous improvement of plant availability, safety, the environment and asset performance.Lead or participate in project teams, executing engineering projects to the allocated budget, timescale and stated objectives.Responsible for the management of spares, including repairable stock items (as per the SAP Refurbishment of Spares Business Process).Management of both external and internal engineering resources, including technical supervision, training and competency development.To set, implement and maintain standards for equipment controlled by the systems department.To manage overtime and sickness absence for members of the Systems department.Respond to the works alarm systems and provide solutions for plant and engineering safety The CandidateTo be considered for this opportunity, you must be a qualified electrical engineer (or equivalent by experience), ideally qualified to HNC level as a minimum, with man management experience of working within a manufacturing environment. You will also require the following:Experience with low voltage & high voltage electrical systems, drives, PLCs and Environmental control systems.Competent at fault-finding electrical systems and root cause failure analysis of electrical engineering related failures as required.Experience of working with computerised maintenance management systems (SAP PM experience would be advantageous)Basic computer literacy is essential.Good communication skill and the ability to function effectively within teams. The Benefits54 days holidays per yearQuarterly Bonus - subject to business performanceOne of the UK's leading pension schemes (10% employer contribution / 6% employee contribution)Private HealthcareAnnual Pay Review Randstad CPE values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application.Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.For the purposes of the Conduct Regulations 2003, when advertising permanent vacancies we are acting as an Employment Agency, and when advertising temporary/contract vacancies we are acting as an Employment Business.
        • corby, east midlands
        • permanent
        • £35,000 - £45,000, per year, Company Benefits
        • full-time
        Production Quality EngineerAn opportunity has arisen for us to recruit for a worldwide leader in material manufacture. We are currently looking for a Quality Engineer to join the team, at their site in Corby. The RoleAs a Production Quality Engineer, you will provide a technical and quality service for the manufacturing functions, delivering value to customers and the business through furthering our understanding of, and targeting the reduction and resolution of common cause issues.In this capacity you will contribute to improving capability to expand into our chosen high-value Mechanical Equipment markets.Your key accountabilities, will include but not be limited to the following:To plan work programmes to achieve a project objective within the teamTo manage work plans to meet deliverables, overcoming barriers to progressTo liaise with experts both across the company and with Customers to develop work programmes as appropriate, to achieve project objectivesTo use Data analysis and analytical skills to develop knowledge useful to the problemTo coach peer groups on key skills and others to consolidate and improve team performanceTo develop support work from specialist functions like R&D, CTS and CommercialTo lead team members, or colleagues across the business, on activities within the work stream you are responsible for, including on occasions leading a full project teamTo become fully conversant with the production process in order to identify cost effective solutionsTo lead the implementation stage of the corrective actions - i.e. project manage any new equipment installations or roll out of new processes into production whilst overcoming any barriers to progressTo interpret customer complaints and identify practical solutions to permanently resolve problems and prevent re-occurrenceTo convert existing proposals into fully workable solutions (existing FMEA)To conduct System, Process and Product Audits as and when required by the Quality Systems Manager. The CandidateYou will be qualified to Degree or HNC level (or equivalent) in a Mechanical, Electrical or Production Engineering discipline with proven experience of working in a manufacturing, engineering or quality environment.You should be conversant with current quality tools, specifically - Root Cause Analysis, Problem Solving, 5 Why's Analysis, 8D reports, Design FMEA and Process FMEA techniques.You should have a sound knowledge of the steel industry. The Benefits 35 days holidays per annumAnnual Pay ReviewAnnual Bonus Scheme - subject to business performancePrivate Healthcare Scheme (Individual cover)One of the UK's leading defined contribution pension schemes (10% employer contribution / 6% employee contribution) Randstad CPE values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application.Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.For the purposes of the Conduct Regulations 2003, when advertising permanent vacancies we are acting as an Employment Agency, and when advertising temporary/contract vacancies we are acting as an Employment Business.
        Production Quality EngineerAn opportunity has arisen for us to recruit for a worldwide leader in material manufacture. We are currently looking for a Quality Engineer to join the team, at their site in Corby. The RoleAs a Production Quality Engineer, you will provide a technical and quality service for the manufacturing functions, delivering value to customers and the business through furthering our understanding of, and targeting the reduction and resolution of common cause issues.In this capacity you will contribute to improving capability to expand into our chosen high-value Mechanical Equipment markets.Your key accountabilities, will include but not be limited to the following:To plan work programmes to achieve a project objective within the teamTo manage work plans to meet deliverables, overcoming barriers to progressTo liaise with experts both across the company and with Customers to develop work programmes as appropriate, to achieve project objectivesTo use Data analysis and analytical skills to develop knowledge useful to the problemTo coach peer groups on key skills and others to consolidate and improve team performanceTo develop support work from specialist functions like R&D, CTS and CommercialTo lead team members, or colleagues across the business, on activities within the work stream you are responsible for, including on occasions leading a full project teamTo become fully conversant with the production process in order to identify cost effective solutionsTo lead the implementation stage of the corrective actions - i.e. project manage any new equipment installations or roll out of new processes into production whilst overcoming any barriers to progressTo interpret customer complaints and identify practical solutions to permanently resolve problems and prevent re-occurrenceTo convert existing proposals into fully workable solutions (existing FMEA)To conduct System, Process and Product Audits as and when required by the Quality Systems Manager. The CandidateYou will be qualified to Degree or HNC level (or equivalent) in a Mechanical, Electrical or Production Engineering discipline with proven experience of working in a manufacturing, engineering or quality environment.You should be conversant with current quality tools, specifically - Root Cause Analysis, Problem Solving, 5 Why's Analysis, 8D reports, Design FMEA and Process FMEA techniques.You should have a sound knowledge of the steel industry. The Benefits 35 days holidays per annumAnnual Pay ReviewAnnual Bonus Scheme - subject to business performancePrivate Healthcare Scheme (Individual cover)One of the UK's leading defined contribution pension schemes (10% employer contribution / 6% employee contribution) Randstad CPE values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application.Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.For the purposes of the Conduct Regulations 2003, when advertising permanent vacancies we are acting as an Employment Agency, and when advertising temporary/contract vacancies we are acting as an Employment Business.
        • corby, east midlands
        • permanent
        • £55,609 - £55,609, per year, Company Benefits
        • full-time
        Electrical Engineer An opportunity has arisen for us to recruit for a worldwide leader in raw material manufacturer. We are currently looking for a Electrical Team Leader to join the team, at their site in Corby. This postition is on a continental shift pattern. The RoleAs the Electrical Team Leader, you will work as part of a team, reporting directly into the Electrical Services Engineering Manager, providing technical engineering expertise to the Corby site 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, to ensure the safe production of quality tubes and the achievement of equipment availability and capability targets. In this capacity, you will also manage the daily operations of the Systems department supporting the team leader to ensure that systems are maintained in accordance with standards and policies.Your key responsibilities will include, but not be limited to the following:Responsible for ensuring that engineering activities are conducted in accordance with the Engineering policy; health & Safety standards; statutory regulations and applicable ISO standards and Codes of Practice.Actively manage engineering expenditure and develop budgets.Responsible for the management and execution of all preventive, corrective, breakdown and shutdown maintenance controlled by the central electrical function, as per the SAP Business processes.Ensure that all assets within the designated areas of responsibility are maintained to high engineering standards, which consistently contribute to achieving business objectives.Identify and implement improvement activities that support the continuous improvement of plant availability, safety, the environment and asset performance.Lead or participate in project teams, executing engineering projects to the allocated budget, timescale and stated objectives.Responsible for the management of spares, including repairable stock items (as per the SAP Refurbishment of Spares Business Process).Management of both external and internal engineering resources, including technical supervision, training and competency development.To set, implement and maintain standards for equipment controlled by the systems department.To manage overtime and sickness absence for members of the Systems department.Respond to the works alarm systems and provide solutions for plant and engineering safety The CandidateTo be considered for this opportunity, you must be a qualified electrical engineer (or equivalent by experience), ideally qualified to HNC level as a minimum, with man management experience of working within a manufacturing environment. You will also require the following:Experience with low voltage & high voltage electrical systems, drives, PLCs and Environmental control systems.Competent at fault-finding electrical systems and root cause failure analysis of electrical engineering related failures as required.Experience of working with computerised maintenance management systems (SAP PM experience would be advantageous)Basic computer literacy is essential.Good communication skill and the ability to function effectively within teams. The Benefits54 days holidays per yearQuarterly Bonus - subject to business performanceOne of the UK's leading pension schemes (10% employer contribution / 6% employee contribution)Private HealthcareAnnual Pay Review Randstad CPE values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application.Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.For the purposes of the Conduct Regulations 2003, when advertising permanent vacancies we are acting as an Employment Agency, and when advertising temporary/contract vacancies we are acting as an Employment Business.
        Electrical Engineer An opportunity has arisen for us to recruit for a worldwide leader in raw material manufacturer. We are currently looking for a Electrical Team Leader to join the team, at their site in Corby. This postition is on a continental shift pattern. The RoleAs the Electrical Team Leader, you will work as part of a team, reporting directly into the Electrical Services Engineering Manager, providing technical engineering expertise to the Corby site 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, to ensure the safe production of quality tubes and the achievement of equipment availability and capability targets. In this capacity, you will also manage the daily operations of the Systems department supporting the team leader to ensure that systems are maintained in accordance with standards and policies.Your key responsibilities will include, but not be limited to the following:Responsible for ensuring that engineering activities are conducted in accordance with the Engineering policy; health & Safety standards; statutory regulations and applicable ISO standards and Codes of Practice.Actively manage engineering expenditure and develop budgets.Responsible for the management and execution of all preventive, corrective, breakdown and shutdown maintenance controlled by the central electrical function, as per the SAP Business processes.Ensure that all assets within the designated areas of responsibility are maintained to high engineering standards, which consistently contribute to achieving business objectives.Identify and implement improvement activities that support the continuous improvement of plant availability, safety, the environment and asset performance.Lead or participate in project teams, executing engineering projects to the allocated budget, timescale and stated objectives.Responsible for the management of spares, including repairable stock items (as per the SAP Refurbishment of Spares Business Process).Management of both external and internal engineering resources, including technical supervision, training and competency development.To set, implement and maintain standards for equipment controlled by the systems department.To manage overtime and sickness absence for members of the Systems department.Respond to the works alarm systems and provide solutions for plant and engineering safety The CandidateTo be considered for this opportunity, you must be a qualified electrical engineer (or equivalent by experience), ideally qualified to HNC level as a minimum, with man management experience of working within a manufacturing environment. You will also require the following:Experience with low voltage & high voltage electrical systems, drives, PLCs and Environmental control systems.Competent at fault-finding electrical systems and root cause failure analysis of electrical engineering related failures as required.Experience of working with computerised maintenance management systems (SAP PM experience would be advantageous)Basic computer literacy is essential.Good communication skill and the ability to function effectively within teams. The Benefits54 days holidays per yearQuarterly Bonus - subject to business performanceOne of the UK's leading pension schemes (10% employer contribution / 6% employee contribution)Private HealthcareAnnual Pay Review Randstad CPE values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application.Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.For the purposes of the Conduct Regulations 2003, when advertising permanent vacancies we are acting as an Employment Agency, and when advertising temporary/contract vacancies we are acting as an Employment Business.
        • london, london
        • permanent
        • £35,000 - £50,000 per year
        • full-time
        A large global biscuit and confectionery company, has operations in 120 countries across Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Asia and the Americas. It combines three centuries of baking and confectionery expertise by bringing together our iconic brands. This large FMCG company have created a global network which understands local needs well and operates through different geographies, adding value to the communities where we currently reside. Achieving the company's ambition requires us to have the agility and responsiveness to service local market needs, and require us to make best use of our local and global capability and capacity to give us the best possible cost base. The Supply Chain team is responsible for ensuring we act as "one" to meet demand, drive the opportunities to maximise our synergies, prioritising how we spend capital for the good of the business and enabling effective and efficient local operational management of supply and service.The role of the UK & Ireland Project Engineer is a key role within the Project Investment Planning & Implementation Team for the UK & Ireland. The role will be responsible for all aspects of delivery of full lifecycle project engineering for capital projects, from concept to delivery.It is imperative that we manage investment with rigour and discipline to ensure that cost, time to deliver, Engineering quality and risk are all effectively controlled. We encourage significant standardisation and optimisation of our project processes, systems, resources and outputs to reduce complexity and maximise the return our investment. This role will adopt these principles when delivering capital projects for all sites.This is an excellent opportunity for an enthusiastic and dynamic Project Engineering professional to drive standards of excellence in Engineering Project Management. This high-profile regional position will require interaction and collaboration with colleagues across the business to deliver capital projects. Key stakeholders include PIMs, Factory General Managers, Site Engineering Managers, R&D and other functional teams across the business. This requires a solid track record of Engineering Project Delivery. Key Role RequirementsEngineering Technical ExcellenceA drive to ensure optimal capital spend, time and robust solution delivery on all capital projects.Biscuit Industry Specific Skills i.e. experience in production line design, procurement, installation and commissioning, automations sytsems, factory & office buildings, build in the innovation coming in ‐ proposing ideasWould work very closely with factory teams to deliver their investment planStrong project management skills Key projects at the outset of this roleTake control and ownership of the delivery of key projects including budget time plan and technical solutionReview, update key Project delivery tools and templates. Including the integration of these tools into Projects.Build understanding of UK manufacturing capability. Key accountabilities & deliverablesReports to the UK's Projects and Investments Manager (PIM)Manage the delivery of various capital projects throughout the UK ensuring the complexity, cost, time‐constraints are fully understood and managed.Continually monitor progress to ensure meeting of specific deadlines.Responsible for all stages of projects from development through to delivery. including, URS creation, tendering and supplier selection, resource, time and cost management, Control of contractors with CDM, Contract management, FAT, SAT and formal handback and project closure.Support project development through Engineering capability as part of full Lifecyle project delivery in the capability function.Ensure projects are delivered to a high quality of engineering and technical standard and drive world class specification and standard use throughout the capability teamFlawless management of changes to the scope and schedule of the project.Lead project update meetings, and document project status and issues.Appraise senior managers and of project status, issues and concerns.Actively pursue issue resolution and communicate project status/issues to business stakeholders and operational management.Possess a robust knowledge of most technical and business resources and use them to effectively deliver key projects.Provide the necessary supporting documentation for the business to evaluate, prioritise and determine the cost effectiveness of initiatives. Skills & ExperienceRequired:3-5 years active experience at professional level in engineering preferred.Experience delivering engineering projects in project engineering position.Proven capability within a Blue-Chip Organisation.Hands on user experience of Autocad.Strong Project Management skills.Strong engineering thinking. Qualifications Required Essential Criteria Desirable criteria:BSc ‐ Degree in Engineering (Mechanical, Electrical, Electronics, Process or similar)Lean Six Sigma Black Belt or Project Management certification, e.g. Prince2., is preferred. Personal Attributes Required:Developed strategic thinker able to balance short and long term goals and is comfortable to take risks for the benefit of the business.Strong engineering leadership skills and client focus with attention to delivering sustainable results that exceed customer, sponsor and stakeholder expectations.Communication skills - verbal and non-verbal with the ability to positively engage, motivate and influence an audience.Natural networker with strong interpersonal skills and the ability to deal with all types of people within an organisation.Personal resilience in environments which are open to change and challenge.The ability to travel within region (50-70%).
        A large global biscuit and confectionery company, has operations in 120 countries across Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Asia and the Americas. It combines three centuries of baking and confectionery expertise by bringing together our iconic brands. This large FMCG company have created a global network which understands local needs well and operates through different geographies, adding value to the communities where we currently reside. Achieving the company's ambition requires us to have the agility and responsiveness to service local market needs, and require us to make best use of our local and global capability and capacity to give us the best possible cost base. The Supply Chain team is responsible for ensuring we act as "one" to meet demand, drive the opportunities to maximise our synergies, prioritising how we spend capital for the good of the business and enabling effective and efficient local operational management of supply and service.The role of the UK & Ireland Project Engineer is a key role within the Project Investment Planning & Implementation Team for the UK & Ireland. The role will be responsible for all aspects of delivery of full lifecycle project engineering for capital projects, from concept to delivery.It is imperative that we manage investment with rigour and discipline to ensure that cost, time to deliver, Engineering quality and risk are all effectively controlled. We encourage significant standardisation and optimisation of our project processes, systems, resources and outputs to reduce complexity and maximise the return our investment. This role will adopt these principles when delivering capital projects for all sites.This is an excellent opportunity for an enthusiastic and dynamic Project Engineering professional to drive standards of excellence in Engineering Project Management. This high-profile regional position will require interaction and collaboration with colleagues across the business to deliver capital projects. Key stakeholders include PIMs, Factory General Managers, Site Engineering Managers, R&D and other functional teams across the business. This requires a solid track record of Engineering Project Delivery. Key Role RequirementsEngineering Technical ExcellenceA drive to ensure optimal capital spend, time and robust solution delivery on all capital projects.Biscuit Industry Specific Skills i.e. experience in production line design, procurement, installation and commissioning, automations sytsems, factory & office buildings, build in the innovation coming in ‐ proposing ideasWould work very closely with factory teams to deliver their investment planStrong project management skills Key projects at the outset of this roleTake control and ownership of the delivery of key projects including budget time plan and technical solutionReview, update key Project delivery tools and templates. Including the integration of these tools into Projects.Build understanding of UK manufacturing capability. Key accountabilities & deliverablesReports to the UK's Projects and Investments Manager (PIM)Manage the delivery of various capital projects throughout the UK ensuring the complexity, cost, time‐constraints are fully understood and managed.Continually monitor progress to ensure meeting of specific deadlines.Responsible for all stages of projects from development through to delivery. including, URS creation, tendering and supplier selection, resource, time and cost management, Control of contractors with CDM, Contract management, FAT, SAT and formal handback and project closure.Support project development through Engineering capability as part of full Lifecyle project delivery in the capability function.Ensure projects are delivered to a high quality of engineering and technical standard and drive world class specification and standard use throughout the capability teamFlawless management of changes to the scope and schedule of the project.Lead project update meetings, and document project status and issues.Appraise senior managers and of project status, issues and concerns.Actively pursue issue resolution and communicate project status/issues to business stakeholders and operational management.Possess a robust knowledge of most technical and business resources and use them to effectively deliver key projects.Provide the necessary supporting documentation for the business to evaluate, prioritise and determine the cost effectiveness of initiatives. Skills & ExperienceRequired:3-5 years active experience at professional level in engineering preferred.Experience delivering engineering projects in project engineering position.Proven capability within a Blue-Chip Organisation.Hands on user experience of Autocad.Strong Project Management skills.Strong engineering thinking. Qualifications Required Essential Criteria Desirable criteria:BSc ‐ Degree in Engineering (Mechanical, Electrical, Electronics, Process or similar)Lean Six Sigma Black Belt or Project Management certification, e.g. Prince2., is preferred. Personal Attributes Required:Developed strategic thinker able to balance short and long term goals and is comfortable to take risks for the benefit of the business.Strong engineering leadership skills and client focus with attention to delivering sustainable results that exceed customer, sponsor and stakeholder expectations.Communication skills - verbal and non-verbal with the ability to positively engage, motivate and influence an audience.Natural networker with strong interpersonal skills and the ability to deal with all types of people within an organisation.Personal resilience in environments which are open to change and challenge.The ability to travel within region (50-70%).

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