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Process And Production Engineer

  • Location: Calne
  • Sector: Production, Quality
  • Job type: Permanent
  • Job reference: THD4428/7
  • Salary: £Negotiable on Experience
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Job description

A job as a Process & Production Engineer is urgently required in Wiltshire

An exciting new job has arisen for a Process & Production Engineer, based in Wiltshire to work for a leading Contract Electronic Manufacturer specialising in a number of industries including the defence & aerospace sector.

The Process & Production Engineer, located in Wiltshire will be responsible for the continuous improvement of manufacturing processes for both legacy and new product introduction projects.

The ideal Process & Production Engineer, based in Wiltshire will have experience in;
> Implementation of process improvements on an electronic manufacturing environment
> Creation of work instructions and equipment processes
> Knowledge of New Product Introduction Processes

APPLY NOW! For the Process & Production Engineer job, located Wiltshire by sending a cover letter and CV to TDrew@redlinegroup.Com or by calling Tom Drew on 01582 878848 quoting ref. THD4428/7


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