CBS butler

CBS butler Oxfordshire, UK
10/12/2018
Full time
A Manufacturing Engineer is required to join a Composite Manufacturing team working on an array of cutting edge products used within an array of industries including Aerospace & Defence, Automotive &Motorsports, Medical, Energy, Nuclear and Transportation. The role will span full support of both new product introduction and the improvement of existing processes. The Role: Manufacturing Engineer As Manufacturing Engineer you will be responsible for: + Design new systems, equipment and processes for the introduction of new products or for the improvement of existing ones. + Detail the scope of facilities required to support immediate and near-term growth of product development and delivery. + Be responsible for the specifying and commissioning of new manufacturing equipment, making sure you get the best fit solution. + Liaise with other engineers to ensure all product and system requirements are taken into account from the initial product conception to the finished result. + Identify faults, investigate production problems and repair equipment quickly and efficiently. + Improve manufacturing efficiency by analysing and planning workflow, space requirements and equipment layout. + Create processes and standard operating procedures to help the company meet budgetary goals as well as performance quotas. Experience: As Manufacturing Engineer you will have experience of: + Degree qualified or equivalent in a relevant engineering discipline + Prior experience of developing and implementing manufacturing methodologies + Ability to read CAD drawings + A working knowledge of SAP would be highly beneficial + Good practical experience and understanding of Lean manufacturing + Experience in developing, maintaining and improving manufacturing documentation + Excellent problem-solving skills essential as are first class communication skills. If you are interested in this position, please 'APPLY NOW'
CBS butler Towcester NN12, UK
10/12/2018
Full time
Manufacturing Process Technician + World class high technology company + Towcester + £23,000 (including shift allowance) + private medical, pension and additional excellent benefits Manufacturing Process Technician : You will perform manufacturing operations within a high technology manufacturing facility in Caswell. Working in a clean room environment this varied role encompasses: The use of both manual and automated test equipment and instruments. Handling and loading of chips/bars/wafers Loading and unloading of high temperature ovens Use of microscopes. Alignment of optical components The use of the computer management system. Working within a cleanroom environment with the prerequisite use of cleanroom clothing. Your skills and experience: Good manual dexterity required for small/delicate components Ability to work as a team to achieve targets combined with good communication skills Be able to work unsupervised and meet set deadlines Ability to multi task Attention to detail Computer literacy essential Knowledge of Microsoft Office an advantage Shift Pattern: The hours of work for the roles are over various shift patterns eg 7am - 7pm 4 days on and 4 days off etc. Therefore, this role will incur a yearly shift allowance. Salary Benefits: Private Healthcare, Holiday Purchase, Pension contributions matched + 3%. Apply now and I will call you to discuss this role in more depth
CBS butler Towcester NN12, UK
10/12/2018
Full time
Manufacturing Process Technician + World class high technology company + Towcester + £23,000 (including shift allowance) + private medical, pension and additional excellent benefits Manufacturing Process Technician : You will perform manufacturing operations within a high technology manufacturing facility in Caswell. Working in a clean room environment this varied role encompasses: The use of both manual and automated test equipment and instruments. Handling and loading of chips/bars/wafers Loading and unloading of high temperature ovens Use of microscopes. Alignment of optical components The use of the computer management system. Working within a cleanroom environment with the prerequisite use of cleanroom clothing. Your skills and experience: Good manual dexterity required for small/delicate components Ability to work as a team to achieve targets combined with good communication skills Be able to work unsupervised and meet set deadlines Ability to multi task Attention to detail Computer literacy essential Knowledge of Microsoft Office an advantage Shift Pattern: The hours of work for the roles are over various shift patterns eg 7am - 7pm 4 days on and 4 days off etc. Therefore, this role will incur a yearly shift allowance. Salary Benefits: Private Healthcare, Holiday Purchase, Pension contributions matched + 3%. Apply now and I will call you to discuss this role in more depth
CBS butler 100 Long Avenue, Uxbridge UB10 0EQ, UK
06/12/2018
Full time
Health Safety and Environment Advisor - HSE Location: Slough/Uxbridge/Wembley/High Wycombe/Watford A fantastic opportunity has arisen for a Health Safety and Environmental ( HSE ) Advisor to work for an industry leading Engineering company that operates on a global scale. Operating from their main site the Health, Safety and Environment Adviser will promote and assist in co-ordinating, advising and implementing the company's HSE management systems. This role will require a flexible approach to assure ongoing development and integration of Health, Safety and Evironmental procedures and policies as these are key components of the Companys systems. Role will include: + Continuous development of HSE ussues and potential implications + Support management at all levels + Assist and participate in the development and delivery of HSE comms and training + Undertake site audits, workplace inspections and issue permits to work + Review risk assessments, method statements and supporting documentation + Investigate accidents and incidents, proposing and agreeing action As an experienced HSE Advisor you will be able to: + Demonstrate experience in implementation and evaluation of management systems and policies with regards to HSE legislation, codes of practice and standards + NEBOSH qualification + Experience of risk/COSSH assessments + Process safety management + Environmental background + Engineering/Aerospace background is desirable For more information apply now
CBS butler Sussex University, Refectory Rd, Falmer, Brighton BN1 9QU, UK
06/12/2018
Full time
A Contracts Officer is required to join a Global Aerospace who are changing the face of commercial air travel for passengers around the globe. Role: Contracts Officer As Contracts Officer you will be responsible for: Reviewing, drafting and negotiating customer and supplier contract terms Advising on contractual terms and conditions and resolving any problems or issues arising from contracts both with internal as well as external customers Working together with the business units to ensure successful completion of the sales process through contract signature Responsibility for enforcing record management policies and procedures and coordinating overall file and database management Maintain a contract repository to ensure data is updated and expiration dates are accurate Conducting file audits as well as providing information and support for any other internal or external audits Completing certain procedural tasks through corporate software tools to complete the contracts department's part of compliance processes. Experience: As Contracts Officer you will have experience of: Degree qualified or equivalent in Law or other relevant business discipline Must have a good understanding of commercial contracts and legal principals associated with Contracts Law Possess negotiation skills on commercial contracts Ready and willing to manage large volumes of standard contracts Be able to work independently, have good time management abilities and be able to produce quality and professional contracts within established timelines Possess excellent attention to detail and organizational skills Have good people skills and ability to communicate effectively with Business Units and understand their requirements quickly and be able to work as an integral part of a team
CBS butler Sussex University, Refectory Rd, Falmer, Brighton BN1 9QU, UK
05/12/2018
Full time
A Contracts Officer is required to join a Global Aerospace who are changing the face of commercial air travel for passengers around the globe. Role: Contracts Officer As Contracts Officer you will be responsible for: Reviewing, drafting and negotiating customer and supplier contract terms Advising on contractual terms and conditions and resolving any problems or issues arising from contracts both with internal as well as external customers Working together with the business units to ensure successful completion of the sales process through contract signature Responsibility for enforcing record management policies and procedures and coordinating overall file and database management Maintain a contract repository to ensure data is updated and expiration dates are accurate Conducting file audits as well as providing information and support for any other internal or external audits Completing certain procedural tasks through corporate software tools to complete the contracts department's part of compliance processes. Experience: As Contracts Officer you will have experience of: Degree qualified or equivalent in Law or other relevant business discipline Must have a good understanding of commercial contracts and legal principals associated with Contracts Law Possess negotiation skills on commercial contracts Ready and willing to manage large volumes of standard contracts Be able to work independently, have good time management abilities and be able to produce quality and professional contracts within established timelines Possess excellent attention to detail and organizational skills Have good people skills and ability to communicate effectively with Business Units and understand their requirements quickly and be able to work as an integral part of a team