|Job Ref:||204705827||Employer:||cv-library.co.uk||Industry:||Civil and Structural||Job Type:||Permanent||Country:||United Kingdom||County/State:||Warwickshire||City:||Warwickshire||Address:||Post Code:||B49||Salary:||£30000 - £40000/annum life assurance, pension||Post Date:||21/10/2016 02:21|
A new opportunity for a Supervisor & Hydraulic Test Engineer is available to join my clients team of hydraulic fitters building a range of Powerpacks, Test Benches, Accumulator Stands and Manifold Assemblies. The ideal candidate will have proven background as a hydraulic engineer with supervisory experience. |
Working as the successful Supervisor & Hydraulic Test Engineer you will report to the Hydraulic Systems Division Manager and be responsible for:
Supervising a small team of hydraulic fitters building a range of Powerpacks, Test Benches,
Accumulator Stands and Manifold Assemblies.
Testing the completed assemblies either to the hydraulic circuit or to a written test procedure. Systems division stores, assembly and test area.
Supervise and manage all shop floor personnel in the systems division assembly.
Manage the production work schedule to meet delivery requirements.
Introduce and manage appropriate 5S working.
Supervise a small team of hydraulics fitters setting tasks and providing support during the assembly process to meet production targets.
Test assemblies to circuit or to a written test procedure.
Liaise with customers and inspectors such as BV and Lloyds during witness testing of equipment.
Manage shop floor personnel completing time sheets, return to work interviews and personnel reviews as required.
Attend Systems production meetings and organise work to meet delivery times.
Manage stores personnel to ensure equipment is booked in a timely manner.
Manage general housekeeping and organise the system division assembly area.
Qualified ideally to HNC/D level in a relevant engineering discipline
Proven background as a hydraulic engineer with supervisory experience.
Detail knowledge of hydraulic circuit diagrams.
Testing and fault finding hydraulic equipment.
Hours of work: Monday to Thursday 7.30am to 4.00pm and Friday: 7.30am to 1.00pm
33 days inc bank pro rata per year