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QUALITY ENGINEERS - RLC CALLENDER, LANCASHIRE

RLC ARE RECRUITING FOR MULTIPLE QUALITY ENGINEERS

Job Purpose

  • Responsible for Quality of product.
  • Assist business on areas for improvement.
  • Development of clear and concise Operating Procedures, embedding Quality Best Practice within the business unit.
  • Ensure required customer approvals are met.
  • Contributing to the satisfaction of internal & external customers.
  • Acting as a service and provider of quality techniques to whichever department requires it.
  • Primarily focussing on product within the business unit, whilst working with and supporting the other cell Quality Engineers in instilling operational quality across the company and utilising best practice.

Main Responsibilities

  • Interface with Internal and External customers & suppliers on quality issues.
  • Disposition of Non-Conforming Product, FAIR approvals, OFI Identification, Customer Issues, Provide Training, Improvement activities (inspection and process related).
  • Effective Control /raising of concessions, Fixed process Approvals, Production Approval Requests, Design Approval Requests etc. Corrective Action Requests (supplier issues & improvement activities).
  • Compile and submit FAIR’s ( Stage 1 /2 – Risk Based) for customer approval ( using Visual FAIR)
  • Compilation / monitoring of FMEA , Reproducibility & Repeatability Data , and PPAP Documentation (inc. acting as PPAP Coordinator)
  • Driving improvement activities to reduce scrap, rework and non-value added costs.
  • Data capture, analysis, and action generation to bring about improvements based upon factual data.
  • Supporting / leading 8D exercises multi-disciplined teams
  • Disposition and management of complaint product using customer process (e.g. Notice of Potential Quality Escape, DIVE package reviews etc.)
  • Completion of Internal Product, process, Quality Assurance and Quality Control Audits and External Supplier Audits / Corrective Action Follow ups as required.
  • Prepare and submit KPC data to customer as required.
  • Involvement with 2nd and 3rd party audits.

Required Experience and Skills

  • A minimum of 5 years experience in a quality engineer role
  • HNC/HND in an engineering discipline is essential 
  • Degree in an engineering discipline is desirable 
  • Approachable but assertive 
  • Results driven 
  • Organised, methodical and diligent 
  • Keen to make a difference 
  • Able to communicate effectively at all levels

If you are interested in becoming a member of our team and would like further information please contact: recruitment@rlc-callender.com or telephone 01282 688500

MANUFACTURING ENGINEERS - RLC CALLENDER, LANCASHIRE

RLC ARE RECRUITING FOR MULTIPLE MANUFACTURING ENGINEERS 

RLC Manufacturing Engineers are responsible for creating and delivering world class manufacturing solutions. Working across multiple manufacturing disciplines as part of a world-class engineering team that deliver new capabilities into the business.

Capabilities that enhance the performance and presence of RLC by providing innovative and unique solutions that deliver products that are right first time. The ability to visualize novel and complex manufacturing solutions is a prerequisite, ideally coupled with experience of manufacturing system design and discreet event simulation.

Experience across the RLC Manufacturing Engineering team spans complex components and multiple processes. Processes such as multi axis conventional and non-conventional machining, wet treatments, surface modification, ALM, bonding, joining and final assembly activity. With a growing knowledge of industrial robotics, automation, advanced NDT and emerging material systems our Manufacturing Engineers are expected to be at the forefront of industry knowledge, innovation and technology. A numerate, data driven approach is required in all engineering activities. Where the requirements of the project exceed existing capability, appropriate technology development activities will be required to develop the capability.

In addition to established manufacturing engineering skills and experience our engineers have demonstrated project management capability with the ability to manage multiple and competing priorities.

Representing RLC, our manufacturing engineers provide technical liaison with internal and external stakeholders, including customers and supplier partners.

Required Experience & Skills

  • HNC/HND in Engineering is essential, however degree qualified in relevant Engineering discipline would be preferential
  • High degree of competence in complex, precision manufacturing processes, systems and inspection processes
  • NC programming (5 axis Milling & turning)
  • Manufacturing Engineering
  • CAM systems
  • Data driven manufacture
  • Driving pFMEA & Control Plan controlled manufacture
  • Tool & fixture designs

Knowledge of: 

  • CAM tools and systems, machining processes, fixture & tool design
  • Lean principles
  • Right First Time and data driven process capability development
  • Generating technical instructions and routings
  • Must work in a disciplined manner, with meticulous record keeping, generating high quality procedures, documentation & effective change control
  • Practical capability and understanding
  • Self-motivated with a desire to succeed in a complex and challenging environment
  • A good communicator who can work effectively as an individual or as part of a team
  • A passionate team player keen to take ownership of work packages

If you are interested in becoming a member of our team and would like further information, including a detailed job description, please contact: recruitment@rlc-callender.com or telephone 01282 688500

MILL TURN MACHINE SETTER OPERATORS - RLC RONALDSWAY, ISLE OF MAN

RONALDSWAY AIRCRAFT COMPANY ARE RECRUITING FOR MULTIPLE SKILLED MILL TURN SETTER OPERATORS.

Job Purpose

The Mill Turn machine setter-operator will work in the precision machining area of our business manufacturing high specification, tight tolerance, safety-critical aerospace parts in line with customer specification. The setter-operator will work on various mill turn machines, producing precision products in line with quality standards.

Ronaldsway Aircraft Company

Ronaldsway Aircraft Company is a complex aerospace machining business, manufacturing mainly strangers and aliens for both civil and military customers. There is a high set to run ratio due to the nature of the business, involving multiple set ups per shift to make small batches of product.

Main Responsibilities

  • Set up and run multiple 3-5 axis CNC mill/turn machines through multiple operations
  • Carry out machining of complex components to Customer drawing standards
  • Prove out processes, producing first-offs
  • Investigate root cause and corrective action of any non-conforming components produced
  • Adherence to all Company policies
  • Responsible for housekeeping of working area

Required Experience and Skills

  • Minimum of 5 years’ experience in a high precision manufacturing environment. Aerospace experience is preferred.
  • Experience of setting and operating CNC Machines, including but not limited to;
    • Mazak (Integrex), Traubs, Citizens (preferably M32/E32) or Gildermeister CNC machines.
  • Demonstrable ability to understand and interpret engineering drawings and specifications.
  • Experience of manufacturing parts to tight tolerances (as small as 0.0010’’)
  • Ability to read, follow and develop operating instructions and procedures
  • Ability to use inspection and measuring equipment such as verniers, micrometres, CMM machines etc.
  • Experience of adhering to quality standards.

 

If you are interested in becoming a member of our team and would like further information please contact: recruitment@rlc-ronaldsway.com or telephone 01624 820555.

HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGER - RLC RONALDSWAY, ISLE OF MAN

Job Purpose
Provide HR leadership and operational support to the site leadership team in developing and executing people strategy, ensuring the successful delivery of HR solutions in line with the overall business growth strategy.

Focussing on: 

  • HR Strategy
  • HR Operations
  • Recruitment
  • Talent Management
  • Compensation & Benefits
  • Employee Engagement

For detailed job description please contact:
recruitment@rlc-ronaldsway.com

 

Required Experience and Skills

  • Minimum of 5 years generalist HR experience, with CIPD qualification and proven experience of developing and leading HR team.
  • Demonstrable knowledge and experience of applying best practice across all HR processes. Strong Isle of Man employment law knowledge is desirable.
  • Ability to influence Senior Leadership team with confidence and credibility and communicate with employees at all levels.
  • Previous experience within a manufacturing and/or aerospace background would be an advantage.
  • Ability to work to tight deadlines with excellent organisational skills. Strong IT skills are a requirement.
  • A Results-focused individual with proven ability to deliver creative solutions.
  • Willingness to travel to other sites/suppliers/partners as necessary.

If you are interested in becoming a member of our team and would like further information please contact: recruitment@rlc-ronaldsway.com or telephone 01624 820555.

SENIOR TECHNICAL RECRUITER (FIXED TERM 9 MONTHS) - RLC RONALDSWAY, ISLE OF MAN

Job Purpose

Management of recruitment process from initial brief to offer stage, working closely with leadership team to meet business strategy.  Building pipeline of potential candidates and lead the hiring process for both professional and manufacturing roles.  Promoting company brand in the market and applying creative thinking to attract the right candidates in a highly competitive and limited resource pool.

Main Responsibilities

  • Develop a cost-effective recruitment strategy to meet business needs
  • Liaising with line managers to define and create job specifications whilst ensuring alignment with business strategy.
  • Sourcing candidates through social media such as LinkedIn to source the best talent in the market
  • Working with Isle of Man authorities to obtain visas/work permit
  • Developing and maintaining relationship with third party suppliers; agreeing terms of engagement, service level agreement, measure performance
  • Pre-screening candidates, conducting assessments, face to face interviews
  • Ensuring candidate care throughout recruitment process, from initial contact to final stage.
  • Responsible for managing all feedback from line managers to candidate
  • Promoting the company and location to prospective candidates
  • Maintaining recruitment KPI’s such as - time to fill, cost of hire.
  • Support the development of Apprentice and internship programmes
  • May be required to support other sites on recruitment projects

Required Experience & Skills

  • At least 5 years experience within Human Resources, with at least 3 years gained in recruitment/talent acquisition
  • CIPD Accreditation or Relevant Degree is desirable but not essential
  • Recruitment experience gained within engineering/manufacturing environment, ideally aerospace or automotive
  • Proven experience of utilising social media to generate candidate interest and promote company
  • Good understanding of employment law (IR35, employment contracts)
  • Visa/work permit processes
  • Ability to build good working relationships with all stakeholders
  • Willing to challenge in respectful manner
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Strong understanding of the full Microsoft Office Suite
  • Drives for results, target orientated
  • Creative thinking, challenging the status quo
  • Team player with a proactive hands-on approach to work

If you are interested in becoming a member of our team and would like further information or a role profile for this position, please contact: recruitment@rlc-ronaldsway.com or telephone 01624 820555.

FINANCE MANAGER - RLC RONALDSWAY, ISLE OF MAN

RONALDSWAY AIRCRAFT COMPANY ARE RECRUITING FOR A DRIVEN AND CAPABLE FINANCE PROFESSIONAL WITH THE ABILITY TO INFLUENCE KEY DECISIONS. 

Job Purpose

Act as a member of the whole business Senior Management Team, interfacing with necessary Group functions to drive the business forward and assist with achievement of operational plans.
Manage the finance functions for RAC including: transaction processes, accounting and reporting processes.
Optimisation of cash flow and funding opportunities.
Provision of decision support and analysis to OGM and wider management team

Key Accountabilities

Manage and lead the following accounting processes:

  • Accounts payable
  • Accounts receivable
  • Banking and cash management
  • Fixed Asset Register
  • Payroll processes
  • VAT returns
  • General Ledger
  • Accounts preparation

Prepare:

  • Monthly financial reporting
  • Annual Budgets and periodic forecasts
  • Variance analysis connected with the above
  • Ad-hoc margin, contribution and value stream analysis

Cash-Flow & Funding Management:

  • Provision of weekly cash-flow forecasts
  • Proactively seeking operating and other means of improving cash-flow
  • Forex currency flow forecasts and actions
  • Locating external funding sources (IOM Govt. Grants)

Manufacturing Costing Systems
Maintaining and updating:

  • Overhead absorption & work centre recovery rates
  • Part level standard & current costs
  • Margin analysis at part and value stream level
  • Inventory valuation

Grants and External Funding:

  • Developing a close and favourable relationship with the IOM Govt. and other funding authorities
  • Application and management of grant process

Company Pension Plans:

  • Administration of all plans
  • Monthly contribution updates
  • Annual Reviews

Statutory Accounts, Compliance and Insurances:

  • Proactively manage external audit and tax advisory relationship
  • Manage preparation of statutory accounts and tax computations and ensure their timely filing
  • Other compliance and insurance requirements

Approach:

  • Timeliness and efficiency
  • Prioritisation, work-load management and flexibility
  • Team management & development
  • Improvement of processes and systems
  • Work closely with and support wider operational team
  • Relationships with Aerospace Group personnel and adherence to group policies

If you are interested in becoming a member of our team and would like further information please contact: recruitment@rlc-ronaldsway.com or telephone 01624 820555.

Manufacturing Engineer – RLC Ronaldsway, Isle of Man

Ronaldsway Aircraft Company manufactures a diverse range of precision engineered components and assemblies for use within the civil and defence aerospace sectors. Ronaldsway’s most recognised products are major assemblies and complex components for companies such as Rolls-Royce and Martin Baker. Due to a positive growth strategy and the on-going scale of our order books, we have a number of newly created roles

RLC Ronaldsway is a world class provider of components & services to the Aerospace industry.  Located on the Isle of Man, we are seeking an experienced Manufacturing Engineer to support our CNC machining division.

Reporting to the Engineering Manager, the suitable candidate must be able to demonstrate a proven track record of defining and delivering efficient CNC machining processes for mill turn CNC machines.  Strong fundamentals in CAD, CAD/CAM and CNC machining are required.

We are seeking a person with a “can do” attitude who will work as part of a team with minimal supervision to deliver world class results.  You will be an integral part of an engineering team that defines and implements efficient defect free processes for new and existing product lines that are conducive with current aerospace manufacturing techniques. 

The Manufacturing Engineer will be required to:

  • Work effectively within a cross functional team to develop and produce equipment specifications and processes in line with existing guidelines, on time and within budget.
  • Have good understanding of aerospace manufacturing systems.
  • Interpret customer drawings, CAD models and specifications.
  • Create and maintain production methods including validation of capability to original scope and final customer requirements.
  • Provide NPI feasibility estimations and prove-out validation.
  • Provide hands-on technical and operator training for new and existing machining processes.
  • Work hands-on with machinists to develop new project roll-outs.
  • Knowledge of EdgeCam, Vericut, Mazatrol, Heidenhain and Fanuc Gcode.
  • Efficient in the use of 3D CAD systems. Eg Solidworks.
  • Experience in fixture design.
  • Strong problem-solving/problem-resolution skills.
  • Demonstrate lean implementation and sustainability.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills.
  • Understanding databases and the Microsoft Office suite of software.
  • Provide technical support to customers, production cells and project teams.
  • Experience with CAPEX justification and new equipment implementation.
  • Define process flow for new and current projects using manufacturing system design tools and methodology.

This position offers an attractive salary, competitive company pension scheme, positive team environment and importantly the opportunity to develop your career in a strong group with an impressive planned growth.

If you are interested in becoming a member of our team and would like further information or a role profile for this position, please contact: recruitment@rlc-ronaldsway.com or telephone 01624 820555.

Process Operators, Global Point, Newtownabbey, Northern Ireland

 

Industrial Temps are recruiting Process Operators for our Global Point Site in Northern Ireland.

For more details please follow the below link-

https://www.industrialtemps.com/en/jobs/66034

If you require further information please contact Anna at Industrial Temps Anna.Pietrzak@industrialtemps.com

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