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Experimental Technician | Manual Machinist & Fitter
|Benefits||27 days holiday + bank holidays|
|Location||Rainham, Medway, England|
Sponsorship not offered for this role.
Key skills required for this role
Manual Machinist, MIG, TIG
Sponsorship is not offered for this position
Experimental Manufacturing Technician (Manual Machinist & Fitter)
To be able to use standard manual workshop machines to produce components to supplied drawings.
To be able to assemble engine rigs for in house testing.
Roles & Responsibilities
- To follow department work requests
- To provide clear status on task progress and workload
- To participate in team meetings as applicable
- To carry out engineering tasks using manually operated machines and hand tools.
- To use a variety of measuring equipment.
- To conduct front line maintenance and basic fault diagnosis within the limits of training on equipment used.
- Designing and manufacturing of fabricated components using Gas, MIG, TIG, Plasma cutting sheet cutter and bending equipment
- Stripping, rebuilding, and modifying prototype diesel engines
- Fitting various fuel injection equipment to engine, including, pumps, injectors, low pressure fuel systems and high-pressure common rail systems.
- Ability to understand engineering drawings and specifications.
- Ability to understand GD&T (geometric dimensioning and tolerancing)
- Ability to utilise a variety of manufacturing and assembly techniques.
- Ability to use a variety of measuring techniques and types of equipment.
- Familiar with use of CAD models/ Solid Works or similar.
- Good IT skills e.g., Microsoft Office
- Ability to use and program CNC machining centres.
- Trust builder
- Team player
- Results driver
- Decision maker
- Culture carrier
- Effective communicator
Experience & Qualifications
- Apprenticeship or experience in an Engineering related discipline; Mechanical, software, electronics, etc.
- Educated to B Tec Level 3 / NVQ Level 3, HNC or other Engineering qualification
- A good understanding of engineering principles and manufacturing processes.
- Ability to work on your own initiative with minimum supervision
- A high degree of motivation to achieve company aims
- Excellent communication skills and the ability to communicate at all levels
- GibbsCAM CAD/CAM software or similar PC-based computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) system for programming computer numerically controlled (CNC) machine tools.
- Experienced in the manufacture to high precision tolerances.
- Data collection to qualify products / components as part of a quality system.
- 27 days holiday + bank holidays
- Long service holiday (if applicable)
- Working hours are 37 each week (Double Days)
- Pension Scheme
- Dental plan
- Onsite parking
- Staff discount with selected retails + wellbeing platforms
- Discounted gym membership at Roko
- On Site Gym (£10 per Month)
- Subsidised canteen
- Friendly working environment
- Relocation package of up to £6,000 (Subject to Criteria)