Our client, a market leader in Trailer Manufacture, is seeking a Design Engineer for their state of the art facility. This is a permanent role for an experienced Solidworks Designer.
Responsible for managing new designs from the agreed requirements, through the design stages to the point of issuing design drawings. Once the project reaches the production stage, you will support the manufacturing departments to ensure a smooth and effective completion of the build. For new product design and ongoing product improvement, you will be contributing towards the design activities as part of cross functional design teams in order to continually upgrade and improve the range of standard product designs.
- Project assess and review of customer requirements including technical support for sales
- Project design to ensure customer requirements are converted into effective design solutions
- Creation of bill of material records including standard and non-standard parts
- Purchasing materials and be involved in the procurement processes
- Supporting manufacturing activities throughout the build and completion process
- Provide input to and contribute to standard product design improvements
Skills, Experience and Qualifications Required:
- Must have SolidWorks experience.
- Mechanical or Production Engineering background to minimum HNC level (or equivalent).
- Broad design and draughting experience, mechanical engineering including SolidWorks.
- Comfortable with full range of PC office software applications
- Knowledge of, interest in, lean manufacturing and value engineering.
- Competitive salary
- 39 hour week
- 22 days holiday plus bank holidays
- Contributory pension scheme
- Secure free parking
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