|Title||Tooling Engineer (TRCM00141)|
|Categories||Industrial & Manufacturing|
|Salary or Rates of pay||Negotiable|
|Temporary or Permanent||Permanent|
Key tasks will include (but are not limited to):
Responsible for the introduction new tooling into production
To work with component designers to ensure new designs are in line with the principals of reducing costs and lead times for tools, reducing cycle times and scrap levels, and minimising tool maintenance and breakdowns.
Conducting RFQ and nominations activities for new tooling
Managing the manufacture of new tooling and communicating the status to the project team
To co-ordinate and carry out tool design reviews, ensuring all tool designs are reviewed in line with procedures and guide lines.
To visit toolmakers during tool manufacture to confirm status.
To supervise and carry out tool trials, in conjunction with Moulding Engineering, following all procedures.
To carry out pre-delivery checks on tools to ensure toolmakers have followed standards.
Agree corrective actions with project team, Toolmakers and external toolmakers.
To be an active member of Design and Process FMEA teams.
Produce and work to timing plans for each project
To co-ordinate and carry out tool design reviews, ensuring all tool designs are signed off in line with procedures.
Control and progress the installation of new tooling/equipment relevant to moulding process
Liaising with suppliers to plan tool/equipment improvements and modifications
Be part of/lead ‘Practical Problem Solving’ teams
Deliver training to Trainee Engineers in a structured way
Support customer events in accordance with project manager regarding technical issues
Be part of/lead “Practical Problem Solving” teams
Experience of working within a Manufacturing site, automotive essential
Completion of HNC or equivalent in an engineering or plastics-related subject
Experience with the process of tooling procurement including:
The preparation of ‘Request for Quotation’ documentation
The analysis of ‘Cost Break down Sheets’ for complete tools and modifications
The ‘Tooling General Assembly’ review with the Tool Maker before ‘Tool Go’ is awarded
Pleas send your CV and covering letter to Sam Bradley at email@example.com