An exciting opportunity has arisen for the position of an Assembly Process Development Technician in the recently formed Industrial Automation product group.
The role will focus on the introduction and development of assembly processes, and support of low volume innovative, capable, and effective products at our Exeter site.
Support and development of new, low volume, mechanical products and processes
Creation and ownership of process and equipment documentation in readiness for handover to high volume production
Analyse and monitor process capabilities and Introduce process controls.
Perform validation and prototype work to implement and verify designs during the process development phase.
Supporting the introduction of processes for the manufacture, assembly, and testing of new products.
Support of process equipment to ensure they are maintained, calibrated and downtimes are minimised.
Fault finding and repair of equipment with proposals and implementation of corrective actions.
Design, build and implement new jigs/equipment to improve process repeatability and reproducibility.
Root cause analysis with structured problem solving and investigation methods.
Higher education qualification in a relevant technical discipline (such as Mechanical Engineering) such as HNC
Experience in production assembly
Experience in implementing structured problem-solving tools and root cause analysis techniques
Knowledge of developing assembly processes
An understanding of control systems and their implementation
Knowledge and experience in 3D CAD, such Siemens NX
Training and experience in the use of manual lathes and milling machines
Knowledge of electronics assembly and assembly in automation
The successful applicant for this role will have good practical and problem-solving skills, complemented with an enthusiastic and committed approach. An ability to operate as an effective team player in a multi-disciplined team is essential. The applicant will possess good interpersonal and organisation skills and will be capable of managing their own time and tasks to meet production and project needs and expectations.
When you join Renishaw, we're committing to your future career. That's because we believe in developing our people's skills and promoting them internally. We also offer a benefits package that's highly desirable; including a 9% non-contributory pension, discretionary annual bonus, *subsidised onsite restaurants and *coffee shops, free parking, *car sharing scheme and *24 hour fitness centres. (*not available at our Castle Donington, Exeter, York & Edinburgh sites).
We also want to promote a healthy work-life balance as much as possible, so we have introduced a Homeworking policy which allows for a combination of home and office based working depending on the nature of your role. We also offer a variable working programme, 25 days holiday plus bank holidays, Life Assurance policy of 12 times annual salary, Cycle to Work scheme, enhanced maternity pay subject to qualifying criteria, the option to join BUPA Renishaw health trust and an Employee Assistance Programme for employees and family.
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At Renishaw we believe that our success is powered by welcoming a workforce of diverse and talented people. Through encouraging an inclusive culture, where all our employees are free to be themselves, we can achieve our core values: Innovation, Inspiration, Integrity, and Involvement.
If you are excited about the role but feel as though you don’t meet all the requirements, we would encourage you still to apply. You might just be the right person for this role or another opportunity at Renishaw.
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R5823 Process Development Technician (Open)