Working with them will provide you with the chance to develop your skills and experience across a wide range of industry sectors including aerospace, automotive, oil and gas and power generation. The successful candidate will benefit from a private pension scheme, non-contractual Business Performance Related Bonus, 23 days’ annual leave (rising with service) plus Bank Holidays, a working week of 38 hours over 5 days with an early Friday finish, offering excellent work/life balance.
As part of the Production team, the Graduate Production Engineer will learn to design and develop ‘near-net forming processes’ for critical customer applications. Working alongside toolmakers, production team leaders and design engineers you will use cutting edge CAE, engineering, and structural modelling tools to develop precision rolling and forming processes that deliver rapid prototyping for test-engine development and stable, capable production processes for mature seal programmes.
Successful candidates will have the unrivalled opportunity to experience and contribute to real and critical industrial challenges within an agile, class-leading organisation.
During the 12-month placement, you will be tasked with individual projects targeting improvement of current processes. You will be expected to research, analyse, and create real added value in the area of production process improvement. Whilst challenging, the opportunity and real possibility that your projects could both contribute significantly to the organisations knowledge base and be incorporated into live manufacturing processes upon completion are unrivalled.
Before completion of the placement, there will be the opportunity to explore future roles and career development. The organisation has a real commitment to ensuring everyone reaches their full potential whilst contributing to the success of the business.
To be a successful Graduate Production Engineer you will have the following skills and experience:
- Good engineering / technical knowledge
- Good team player able to work well with and influence others
- Be able to build and maintain effective relationships
- Strong communication skills
- Have a collaborative approach
- Experience of coding and Finite Element Analysis essential
- Have strong literacy, numeracy, and time management skills
- Be a competent PC user
- Be predicted or achieved a degree in an engineering / manufacturing / materials field, or equivalent
- Previous experience within a manufacturing environment is desirable
We welcome all applications; however, you must be eligible to work in the UK.
Remember: You should never send cash or cheques to a prospective employer, or provide any financial information. Please get in touch if you see any roles asking for payments or financial details from you. For more information, visit jobsaware.co.uk.