Graduate Continuous Improvement Engineer 2024

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Have you recently completed a degree in an engineering-related field?

Have you gained work experience in a manufacturing or industrial environment, with exposure to lean and six sigma principles?

We have a rare and unique opportunity for a graduate to join the business as a Trainee Continuous Improvement Engineer.

You will embark on a 3-year training journey, in which you will become an expert in all aspects of continuous improvement across a number of business-critical product lines. Key areas include reliability, cost reduction and lean efficiency

Once your training is completed, motivated individuals will have ample opportunity to progress into managerial, technical, or non-technical roles across the wider business.

What’s on offer

  • On the job training and support: Receive comprehensive training, mentorship, and ongoing support to excel in your role.
  • Future Career Progression: Embrace growth opportunities, where we prioritise employee development and advancement.
  • Industry-Leading Equipment: Work with cutting-edge technology at the forefront of the industry, contributing to ground-breaking advancements.
  • Market-leading package, including health insurance, pension and competitive salary.

The role

  • Drive continuous improvement efforts to improve equipment turnaround time
  • Develop continuous improvement plans and initiatives to improve cost of service delivery, reliability and equipment utilisation
  • Identify new opportunities and develop business cases for projects related to rework and reuse of parts, service level kits and equipment design improvements.
  • Monitor the implementation of projects to improve quality, reliability and cost of service delivery

About you

  • Degree qualified in engineering-related field
  • Previous experience working in a hands-on role within a manufacturing/industrial environment.
  • Exposure to or knowledge of Lean and Six sigma principles
  • Motivated and desire to grow and progress
DEADLINE 18th January 2024