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        • telford, west midlands
        • temporary
        • £18,000 - £19,000, per year, plus shift allowance
        • full-time
        Do you have experience of working as a Die Casting Machine Operator?Are you able to work in a fast paced, team orientated environment?If so, you could be perfect for this role. We are currently looking to recruit a number of DCM operators on a temporary basis for one of the world's premier global automotive suppliers.Company Profile:Cosma Casting UK is an operating unit of Magna International, one of the world's premier globalautomotive suppliers. Magna's pioneering technology and creativity allows our customers to askfor solutions that lie beyond what they previously thought was possible.Cosma Casting UK are establishing a manufacturing facility in Telford in the UK. For this newventure, we are looking for DCM Operators. Cosma Casting UK will specialise in high pressure die-casting that designs and builds medium to large aluminium die-cast automotive components.Benefits:-Competitive hourly pay plus shift allowance-On-site parking-On-site shop-Retail discounts Hours:- 2 shift rotation 6:00 - 14:00 / 14:00 - 22:00- Set shift 22:00 - 6:00 Position Summary:Reporting to the Team Leader the DCM Operator is part of the team responsible for themanufacture of castings on site, ensuring a safe working environment and satisfying all customerquality standards. Responsibilities:- Guarantee a safe working environment- Ensure all production processes conform to current quality standards- Manufacture parts in time to satisfy customer demand- Strive to improve production processes- Part of team to root cause analysis of non-conforming production and implement corrective actions- Quality check of parts produced- Record hourly performance and Key characteristics of parts produced- Promote the companies HSE policies across the department and plant and adhere to all- Health and Safety environmental requirementsPersonal Attributes:- Results driven with good written and oral communication skills- Able to work in a faced paced team environment- Effective communication skills (written and verbal)- Self-motivated, able to initiate and follow tasks through to completionExperience:-Proven Production experience- Experience of problem solving- Use of 5S to improve production environment- Good working knowledge of Microsoft (Excel, Word etc.)- Understanding of KPI's to track performance- Proven experience of technical ability (Die cast machine/mouldingmachines/machine Op/setter etc) If this role suits your current skill set and experience please apply using the link on the advert or viahttps://ourclients.randstad.co.uk/cosma/vacancies/
        Do you have experience of working as a Die Casting Machine Operator?Are you able to work in a fast paced, team orientated environment?If so, you could be perfect for this role. We are currently looking to recruit a number of DCM operators on a temporary basis for one of the world's premier global automotive suppliers.Company Profile:Cosma Casting UK is an operating unit of Magna International, one of the world's premier globalautomotive suppliers. Magna's pioneering technology and creativity allows our customers to askfor solutions that lie beyond what they previously thought was possible.Cosma Casting UK are establishing a manufacturing facility in Telford in the UK. For this newventure, we are looking for DCM Operators. Cosma Casting UK will specialise in high pressure die-casting that designs and builds medium to large aluminium die-cast automotive components.Benefits:-Competitive hourly pay plus shift allowance-On-site parking-On-site shop-Retail discounts Hours:- 2 shift rotation 6:00 - 14:00 / 14:00 - 22:00- Set shift 22:00 - 6:00 Position Summary:Reporting to the Team Leader the DCM Operator is part of the team responsible for themanufacture of castings on site, ensuring a safe working environment and satisfying all customerquality standards. Responsibilities:- Guarantee a safe working environment- Ensure all production processes conform to current quality standards- Manufacture parts in time to satisfy customer demand- Strive to improve production processes- Part of team to root cause analysis of non-conforming production and implement corrective actions- Quality check of parts produced- Record hourly performance and Key characteristics of parts produced- Promote the companies HSE policies across the department and plant and adhere to all- Health and Safety environmental requirementsPersonal Attributes:- Results driven with good written and oral communication skills- Able to work in a faced paced team environment- Effective communication skills (written and verbal)- Self-motivated, able to initiate and follow tasks through to completionExperience:-Proven Production experience- Experience of problem solving- Use of 5S to improve production environment- Good working knowledge of Microsoft (Excel, Word etc.)- Understanding of KPI's to track performance- Proven experience of technical ability (Die cast machine/mouldingmachines/machine Op/setter etc) If this role suits your current skill set and experience please apply using the link on the advert or viahttps://ourclients.randstad.co.uk/cosma/vacancies/
        • plymouth, south west
        • permanent
        • £25,000 per year
        • full-time
        Randstad Engineering are recruiting for an experienced Assembly Technician on behalf of its client based in Plymouth. The Assembly Technician will be responsible for the production of Electro-Mechanical products and systems within our clients Naval Systems team. The Role: Main production work will involve accurate assembly of Equipment to Engineering drawings and procedures to lead times set by the production planning department.Use a variety of hand and power tools following appropriate methods to complete mechanical assembly of components.Labelling of parts during assembly ensuring serial numbers are documented where necessary.Assist Electrical personnel with the assembly and fitting of cable looms.Ensure that all documentation related to your work is kept accurate and up to date.Liaise with production control when kits are incomplete.Help organise and control the workshop areas, ensuring these areas are kept tidy.Effective communications with the engineering team to sort out issues during the build.Checking that all work meets quality and technical standards. Experience: Experience within an electro-mechanical production environment is essential.Good use of hand tools with the ability to work from engineering drawings is required.Ability to work with other production teams to ensure the final build is delivered successfully.IPC-A-610 is desirable but not essential. 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 an experienced Assembly Technician on behalf of its client based in Plymouth. The Assembly Technician will be responsible for the production of Electro-Mechanical products and systems within our clients Naval Systems team. The Role: Main production work will involve accurate assembly of Equipment to Engineering drawings and procedures to lead times set by the production planning department.Use a variety of hand and power tools following appropriate methods to complete mechanical assembly of components.Labelling of parts during assembly ensuring serial numbers are documented where necessary.Assist Electrical personnel with the assembly and fitting of cable looms.Ensure that all documentation related to your work is kept accurate and up to date.Liaise with production control when kits are incomplete.Help organise and control the workshop areas, ensuring these areas are kept tidy.Effective communications with the engineering team to sort out issues during the build.Checking that all work meets quality and technical standards. Experience: Experience within an electro-mechanical production environment is essential.Good use of hand tools with the ability to work from engineering drawings is required.Ability to work with other production teams to ensure the final build is delivered successfully.IPC-A-610 is desirable but not essential. 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.
        • swindon, south west
        • temporary
        • £10.50 - £16.00, per hour, overtime, pension
        • full-time
        Would you like to work in a clean and welcoming environment for a progressive international company with an excellent reputation in the local market?Helping to produce medical devices at the BD plant in Dorcan, Swindon, you would get involved in all aspects of the production quality cycle from inspection to quality control compliance, honing your quality assurance and administration skills in a manufacturing setting. BenefitsCompetitive rates of payFree car parking on siteA great choice of lunch refreshments3 on 3 off work patternOngoing assignments, Temp to Perm opportunitiesRandstad benefit app - discounts at many high-street and online retailersPay Rate and Hours of Work: £10.50-£16.00 PER HOUR Plus Additional overtime and shift allowanceOvertime for any hours worked outside your allocated shift patternDays: 10:00AM-22:00AMNights: 22:00PM-10:00AMResponsibilities:To provide on-line review and support for efficient and effective control and administration of BHD's, non-conformance reports and documentation associated with the manufacturing of productsAssist to ensure the site meets its commitment along with production partnership and QA support to meet these needsTo improve review and BHD processing efficiencies both with the BR team and manufacturing respectivelyTo promote compliance to GDP across the Swindon facility. To provide support in effective control and administration of BHD's associated with the manufacture of products.To provide support in monitoring the manufacturing records in SAP to ensure product documentation, transactional records and release processes are carried out efficiently.To provide support in effective control and administration of non-conformance reports and materials associated with the manufacture of products.To assist in reviewing GOP's and other relevant documents associated with the product manufacture ensuring that they are up to date and reflective of the current operations.To participate in investigative and process improvement initiatives, techniques etc.To provide support in identifying and carrying out training needs for the Associates working in the department.Requirements:Excellent level of verbal and written English communication skillsExcellent attention to detail, be methodical, process-driven, focused and pro-activeAbility to work with minimum supervisionA drive for continuous improvement and willingness to identify with BD ValuesGood people skills and the ability to work well within a teamGood reliabilityApplicants must have knowledge of SAP system for manufacturingApplicants must be computer literate.Applicants must be eligible to work in the UK and be able to provide proof of thisApplicants must be over 18 years old.If you'd like to be part of our success please apply with your up-to-date CV to be considered for the role. If pre-selected you will be contacted for a quick telephone interview and the final stage is a group assessment.Due to the volume of applications we receive we are unable to provide individual feedback.
        Would you like to work in a clean and welcoming environment for a progressive international company with an excellent reputation in the local market?Helping to produce medical devices at the BD plant in Dorcan, Swindon, you would get involved in all aspects of the production quality cycle from inspection to quality control compliance, honing your quality assurance and administration skills in a manufacturing setting. BenefitsCompetitive rates of payFree car parking on siteA great choice of lunch refreshments3 on 3 off work patternOngoing assignments, Temp to Perm opportunitiesRandstad benefit app - discounts at many high-street and online retailersPay Rate and Hours of Work: £10.50-£16.00 PER HOUR Plus Additional overtime and shift allowanceOvertime for any hours worked outside your allocated shift patternDays: 10:00AM-22:00AMNights: 22:00PM-10:00AMResponsibilities:To provide on-line review and support for efficient and effective control and administration of BHD's, non-conformance reports and documentation associated with the manufacturing of productsAssist to ensure the site meets its commitment along with production partnership and QA support to meet these needsTo improve review and BHD processing efficiencies both with the BR team and manufacturing respectivelyTo promote compliance to GDP across the Swindon facility. To provide support in effective control and administration of BHD's associated with the manufacture of products.To provide support in monitoring the manufacturing records in SAP to ensure product documentation, transactional records and release processes are carried out efficiently.To provide support in effective control and administration of non-conformance reports and materials associated with the manufacture of products.To assist in reviewing GOP's and other relevant documents associated with the product manufacture ensuring that they are up to date and reflective of the current operations.To participate in investigative and process improvement initiatives, techniques etc.To provide support in identifying and carrying out training needs for the Associates working in the department.Requirements:Excellent level of verbal and written English communication skillsExcellent attention to detail, be methodical, process-driven, focused and pro-activeAbility to work with minimum supervisionA drive for continuous improvement and willingness to identify with BD ValuesGood people skills and the ability to work well within a teamGood reliabilityApplicants must have knowledge of SAP system for manufacturingApplicants must be computer literate.Applicants must be eligible to work in the UK and be able to provide proof of thisApplicants must be over 18 years old.If you'd like to be part of our success please apply with your up-to-date CV to be considered for the role. If pre-selected you will be contacted for a quick telephone interview and the final stage is a group assessment.Due to the volume of applications we receive we are unable to provide individual feedback.
        • port talbot, wales
        • contract
        • £13.80 - £13.83 per hour
        • full-time
        We are looking for a Mechanical Fitter to work for TATA Steel in Port-Talbot. The pay for this position is £13.83 per hour on a 40 hour week.The RoleTo work in a totally flexible manner to support and participate in all team activities aimed at achieving manufacturing and product quality targets.To ensure all activities comply with safety requirements and bring any quality and safety issues to the Leading Hand if it is not possible to take immediate corrective action.To undertake any activities as instructed by the Leading Hand or other members of the Management Team provided it is safe to do so.Fork lift truck driving, slinging/rigging and operation of overhead cranes.To feedback all information relating to work undertaken to Leading Hand.Have daily interaction with Team Members on the same team.Working together to achieve targets and goals.To continually update the Service Engineer/Leading Hand and fully engage with any team input required to help with the repair of plant and equipment to the required QA standards.To work to a high quality standard and to perform under pressure as and when required.To repair immediately, or as soon as practical, all defects found either personally, with the assistance of other team members or Service Engineer/Leading Hand.To assist and carry out where appropriate the failure analyses and implement practical cost effective solutions.To actively participate in solutions generated via problem solving activity with a wide range of other personnel as appropriate.To work alongside contract or agency labour as appropriate and in so doing set the standard and direction for the work to be done.To ensure that the appropriate level and quality of spares requirement is identified and arrangements are in place to satisfy operational demands.To help coach others, including shift teams and contractor personnel, in order to install high standards and develop engineering skills in others for overall business benefit. Requirements / Personal SpecificationThe jobholder must be a time served indentured mechanical craftsman,Must have experience of working within a safe system of workAny safety accredited course would be advantageous (E.G. IOSH or NEBOSH)NVQ level 3 qualification in mechanical engineeringGood communication and interpersonal skills 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.
        We are looking for a Mechanical Fitter to work for TATA Steel in Port-Talbot. The pay for this position is £13.83 per hour on a 40 hour week.The RoleTo work in a totally flexible manner to support and participate in all team activities aimed at achieving manufacturing and product quality targets.To ensure all activities comply with safety requirements and bring any quality and safety issues to the Leading Hand if it is not possible to take immediate corrective action.To undertake any activities as instructed by the Leading Hand or other members of the Management Team provided it is safe to do so.Fork lift truck driving, slinging/rigging and operation of overhead cranes.To feedback all information relating to work undertaken to Leading Hand.Have daily interaction with Team Members on the same team.Working together to achieve targets and goals.To continually update the Service Engineer/Leading Hand and fully engage with any team input required to help with the repair of plant and equipment to the required QA standards.To work to a high quality standard and to perform under pressure as and when required.To repair immediately, or as soon as practical, all defects found either personally, with the assistance of other team members or Service Engineer/Leading Hand.To assist and carry out where appropriate the failure analyses and implement practical cost effective solutions.To actively participate in solutions generated via problem solving activity with a wide range of other personnel as appropriate.To work alongside contract or agency labour as appropriate and in so doing set the standard and direction for the work to be done.To ensure that the appropriate level and quality of spares requirement is identified and arrangements are in place to satisfy operational demands.To help coach others, including shift teams and contractor personnel, in order to install high standards and develop engineering skills in others for overall business benefit. Requirements / Personal SpecificationThe jobholder must be a time served indentured mechanical craftsman,Must have experience of working within a safe system of workAny safety accredited course would be advantageous (E.G. IOSH or NEBOSH)NVQ level 3 qualification in mechanical engineeringGood communication and interpersonal skills 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.
        • telford, west midlands
        • permanent
        • competitive
        • full-time
        Do you have experience of working in a Process Engineer role?Are you able to work in a fast paced, team orientated environment?If so, you could be perfect for this role. We are currently looking to recruit a Process Engineer for one of the world's premier global automotive suppliers.Company Profile:Cosma Casting UK is an operating unit of Magna International, one of the world's premier globalautomotive suppliers. Magna's pioneering technology and creativity allows our customers to askfor solutions that lie beyond what they previously thought was possible.Cosma Casting UK are establishing a manufacturing facility in Telford in the UK. For this newventure, we are looking for a Process Engineer at Cosma Casting UK, they specialise in high pressure die-casting that designs and builds medium to large aluminium die-cast automotive components.Benefits:-Competitive salary plus shift allowance-On-site parking-On-site shop-Retail discountsHours: Double day shift rotation 6am - 2pm and 2pm - 10pmPosition Summary:Working for a T1 automotive supplier, reporting to the Die Casting Process Supervisor the DieCasting Process Engineer is responsible for delivering sustainable Die Casting processes throughexperience, innovation & perseverance, driving continuous improvement initiatives within thearea whilst maintaining a clear understanding of the relationship Die Casting has with theadjoining processes. Development of process documentation and the skillsets of others is a keyaspect of the role.Responsibilities:This role entails but is not limited to: Promote the companies HSE policies across the department and plant.- Actively present on the shop floor- Provide Technical lead on Die Casting process related items- Instigate correct casting defect diagnosis and identify the KPIV and influence themaccordingly- Daily dialogue with the Production Team to ensure the Die Casting processes meet thedelivery objectives (provide Tier 3 daily meeting representation)- Developing & maintaining process documentation- Controlling PFMEA documentation and actioning recommendations through scorereduction projects- Develop and implement process improvement strategies through OEE improvements CostAvoidance projects- Lead CI improvement activities within the Upstream processes- Investigate, troubleshoot & resolve - root cause analysis- Offer guidance to others in the business unit through effective communication,leadership, coaching and mentoring.- Playing a key role in the implementation of new product through design input,launches/burst builds/tool trials- Forge sound working relationships with suppliers to allow CCUK to remain at the forefrontof HPDC technological advancement.Personal Attributes:Good interpersonal skills with "hands on" problem solving expertise- Work collaboratively to achieve project/company goals- Flexibility to travel overseas for some weeks duration or assist further challenges on site- Ability to work in a fast-paced environment- Objectivity - display the ability to effectively challenge- Open minded to the impact of suggestions from the team- Good leadership and interpersonal skills- Effective communicator through all necessary medium- Eligibility to work in the UKExperience:Proficient in Microsoft Packages- Effective communication andrelationship building skills- Creation of Standard Work Instructions(SWI)- Continuous Improvement Activities- POKE YOKE (error proofing)- Understanding of control systems andparameter management- Knowledge of the impact tooling designhas on the Die Casting Process- Process change managementexperience- Leadership skills mentor and coachteam members- Lean manufacturing / OEE- PFMEA- Methodical DOE approach- HPDC KPIV identification skills- Root cause analysis/ 8DIf this role suits your current skill set and experience please apply using the link on the advert or viahttps://cosma/vacancies/
        Do you have experience of working in a Process Engineer role?Are you able to work in a fast paced, team orientated environment?If so, you could be perfect for this role. We are currently looking to recruit a Process Engineer for one of the world's premier global automotive suppliers.Company Profile:Cosma Casting UK is an operating unit of Magna International, one of the world's premier globalautomotive suppliers. Magna's pioneering technology and creativity allows our customers to askfor solutions that lie beyond what they previously thought was possible.Cosma Casting UK are establishing a manufacturing facility in Telford in the UK. For this newventure, we are looking for a Process Engineer at Cosma Casting UK, they specialise in high pressure die-casting that designs and builds medium to large aluminium die-cast automotive components.Benefits:-Competitive salary plus shift allowance-On-site parking-On-site shop-Retail discountsHours: Double day shift rotation 6am - 2pm and 2pm - 10pmPosition Summary:Working for a T1 automotive supplier, reporting to the Die Casting Process Supervisor the DieCasting Process Engineer is responsible for delivering sustainable Die Casting processes throughexperience, innovation & perseverance, driving continuous improvement initiatives within thearea whilst maintaining a clear understanding of the relationship Die Casting has with theadjoining processes. Development of process documentation and the skillsets of others is a keyaspect of the role.Responsibilities:This role entails but is not limited to: Promote the companies HSE policies across the department and plant.- Actively present on the shop floor- Provide Technical lead on Die Casting process related items- Instigate correct casting defect diagnosis and identify the KPIV and influence themaccordingly- Daily dialogue with the Production Team to ensure the Die Casting processes meet thedelivery objectives (provide Tier 3 daily meeting representation)- Developing & maintaining process documentation- Controlling PFMEA documentation and actioning recommendations through scorereduction projects- Develop and implement process improvement strategies through OEE improvements CostAvoidance projects- Lead CI improvement activities within the Upstream processes- Investigate, troubleshoot & resolve - root cause analysis- Offer guidance to others in the business unit through effective communication,leadership, coaching and mentoring.- Playing a key role in the implementation of new product through design input,launches/burst builds/tool trials- Forge sound working relationships with suppliers to allow CCUK to remain at the forefrontof HPDC technological advancement.Personal Attributes:Good interpersonal skills with "hands on" problem solving expertise- Work collaboratively to achieve project/company goals- Flexibility to travel overseas for some weeks duration or assist further challenges on site- Ability to work in a fast-paced environment- Objectivity - display the ability to effectively challenge- Open minded to the impact of suggestions from the team- Good leadership and interpersonal skills- Effective communicator through all necessary medium- Eligibility to work in the UKExperience:Proficient in Microsoft Packages- Effective communication andrelationship building skills- Creation of Standard Work Instructions(SWI)- Continuous Improvement Activities- POKE YOKE (error proofing)- Understanding of control systems andparameter management- Knowledge of the impact tooling designhas on the Die Casting Process- Process change managementexperience- Leadership skills mentor and coachteam members- Lean manufacturing / OEE- PFMEA- Methodical DOE approach- HPDC KPIV identification skills- Root cause analysis/ 8DIf this role suits your current skill set and experience please apply using the link on the advert or viahttps://cosma/vacancies/

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