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Operational Support Engineer
Main Duties and Responsibilities:
Not product specific, to work on process and product quality improvements within the site, as directed
Lineside 'hands on' support to the working group, supporting the operator on the process to resolve problems
Process technical expert, frontline support to the working group for all process issues
Deliver projects and process improvements from concept through to completion - to include mc operation,
set up and validation
Provide practical problem solving on the process
To support the operation in terms of providing the means and process to manufacture product to the correct
quality, volume & cost.
To actively reduce costs of manufacture (MEIT) whilst maintaining product quality & volume.
Support the hourly needs of the operation by monitoring and responding to process output signals such as
OA performance, Traffic light charts, FTQ data etc.
Monitor daily reject returns, gather data and implement robust fixes
Work closely with operations to ensure production output targets are sustained
Be responsible for ensuring that all equipment used in manufacturing or assembly processes is functioning
and in specification.
To create operational standard work and line balance, understanding process constraints
To identify and/or support MEIT/MCIP and lean activities within the plant
Be responsible for ensuring that all gauging equipment used in manufacturing or assembly processes is
functioning, working within specification and calibrated
Maintain process to ensure adherence to accepted quality standards and to the sites quality system
To ensure control of departmental key characteristics (M,C,L, QCI)
To generate, process and employ the use of data in problem resolution
To provide structured problem solving activity and liaise with internal and/or external individuals on problem
Ensure that the work environment meets the requirements for environmental, ergonomic and health & safety
Personal strengths should include: Customer focused, attention to detail, self-confidence, goal orientated,
personal initiative, good communication and team working
Ability to work in a structured, organised manner and mindful of standard work - both as applied to the
manufacturing process and in the engineers' approach to workload
Analytical and data literate
Current IT knowledge of MS word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, project etc.
Ability to work under pressure and manage several tasks at once
Ability to work across disciplines and give support to the benefit and needs of the organisation
Have the ability to get teams engaged in the improvement of the process
Ability to develop and present technical presentations to management and others
Comply with Delphi Health and Safety regulations such as PPE, showing responsibility of personal safety
and that of others
Treat work colleagues with respect (Equality and Diversity)
Ideally (Mechanical) Engineering Degree or 'time served' or relevant industry experience in a broad spectrum
This Job description outlines the duties required, it is not a comprehensive or exhaustive list and the Line
Manager may vary duties from time to time which do not change the general character of the job or the level of
responsibility entailed. Flexibility is required from all job holders.
Matchtech acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and employment business for the supply of temporary workers and is part of Gattaca Plc.
Gattaca Plc provides support services to Matchtech and may assist with processing your application.