Manufacturing Engineer - Tooling
Reference number: 00054470, Date added: 26-Feb
Rolls-Royce wish to recruit a Manufacturing Engineer - Tooling in the Specialised Fabrications (Hucknall Facility) Manufacturing Engineering Team.
Part of the Installations & Controls Supply Chain Unit (SCU), Specialised Fabrications is part of the Global Gas Turbine Supply Chain, supporting Large Civil, Small & Medium Civil and some Military Engine programs. Based in Hucknall, Specialised Fabrications has a large product portfolio that consists, in the main of fabricated engine ancillary products in a variety of stainless steel, titanium & nickel based alloy materials. The primary role is focused on tooling and fixtures involving both in house and external Design & Manufacture.
The Supply Chain is the largest single business in the Rolls-Royce Group, made up of nearly 17,000 people. It is responsible for the integrated design, manufacture and supply of gas turbine components throughout the product lifecycle. We are a heavily integrated business and work closely with Engineering, Manufacturing, Purchasing, Planning & Control and Quality, together with HR and Finance to provide the necessary tools, processes and capability to deliver value. This is the one place where an overview of all these aspects across the whole of the Group's businesses can be gained. We deliver c£3.7bn of hardware from a combination of 20 Rolls-Royce domestic manufacturing facilities, six joint ventures and 650 suppliers. We deliver a total of 33,500 active parts which equates to 260m parts delivered per annum. Currently we are also supporting five primary new product introduction programmes.
As a Manufacturing Engineer -Tooling your main responsibilities will include:
- Manufacturing Drawing creation, CAD Model creation, and Multi Axis Laser Programming.
- Supporting the Continuous Improvement (CI) and New Product Introduction (NPI) Manufacturing Engineers with respect to the design, procurement, implementation and maintenance of tooling and fixtures. There is a requirement to continuously improve and drive towards world - class quality product and process performance.
- Supporting various improvement programmes, including robust technical packages, process capability improvements, cost reduction activities and quality improvements.
- Checking component models and definitions in line with company practices & procedures that meet design intent, satisfying 'fit, form and function', ensuring they are optimised for manufacture.
- Applying your engineering experience to be involved in manufacturing process improvement.