Consumer Electronics / Audio Technology
Newly created role for a Manufacturing Engineer to join a high-end consumer electronics company and manage, implement and improve production and manufacturing processes.
This is an established business with a great manufacturing set up where they are about to introduce some new products, so they are looking for a Manufacturing Engineer to join them to ensure continued quality, find efficiencies in the workflow and act as the bridge between R&D, production and testing.
This is an important role within the company as they continue to expand, so I'm looking for a Manufacturing Engineer with a background in electro-mechanical engineering and previous experience of DFM within consumer electronics.
-Working with the R&D team on DFM and DFT
-Managing, implementing and improving manufacturing processes
-Providing technical guidance to test and production teams
-Responsible for production assembly tools and processes
-Contributing to test jig design and test system development
-Acting as technical point of contact for external suppliers, partners and OEMs
-Background in electro-mechanical engineering
-Experience in design, production and testing of consumer electronics products
-Knowledge of manufacturing processes, DFM and DFT
-A good communicator who is confident working with external contacts
-CAD, AutoCAD, production databases and software
If this Manufacturing Engineer role sounds like you, please apply and I will contact you with more details. If this isn't the right role for you but you are interested in working in audio or music technology, please feel free to connect with me on LinkedIn or Twitter (NoiseyTess).
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