Location: United Kingdom, Isle of Wight
MHI Vestas Offshore Wind is looking for an experienced Production/Process Engineer with experience of delivering a stable, repeatable Blade manufacturing process. The role includes managing process trials, driving 6-Sigma methodologies and incorporating cost out activities within the project. A track record in manufacturing large composite structures using Resin Infusion technologies is essential. You will have the opportunity to develop a career in a global group with a very exciting industry and record breaking product.
Responsibilities and tasks
The PE engineer will be responsible for delivering a stable production process and for identifying opportunities for Takt Time reduction.
Your main responsibilities will be:
- Delivery of stable and repeatable processes with supporting documentation
(FMEAs, Technical Reports, HS&E documentation, work instructions
- Support Department Leads and production operatives in delivering stable
and capable composite processing solutions.
- Work with Quality department on
identification of critical issues, prioritizing improvement projects.
test and deliver Takt Time reduction activities in line with the delivery
- Maintain high safety standards and work with the HSE department to
report incidents and manage risks out of the process.
- Be aware of
Non-Conforming process or products and implement corrective actions.
Lean tools to processes.
Qualifications and work experience
The ideal candidate should have at least 3 years of experience of production/process engineering in a manufacturing environment.
- Appropriate engineering degree, preferably at Masters level. May be mechanical,
materials or production based.
- Six sigma experience (minimum Green Belt).
The following competencies are key to the ideal candidate:
Strong communication skills, with fluent English (written and oral).
Able to design, run and evaluate trials and prepare the appropriate technical reports.
You are a team player and understand how to work in line- and matrix-organizations.
Understanding of safety and quality processes and reporting.
Able to use Microsoft Office, especially Excel.
Attention to detail is essential.
What we offer
We offer you an exciting job in an international company with excellent opportunities for professional and personal development in an inspiring environment where the ambition is to become global leader in the offshore wind market. We value initiative, responsibility and the right balance between creativity and quality in all solutions. You will become part of a highly professional environment with a strong dedication to what we do. You will get a unique opportunity to influence your own position in an informal and rapidly developing environment.
At MHI Vestas Offshore Wind you will find exciting challenges for making an impact at the very forefront of commercial, technological and environmental development in the offshore market. We provide attractive opportunities for personal and career development with a diverse and global work environment in a fast paced industry.
Your main base will be on the Isle of Wight but you can expect to be travel to our different locations in the UK as well as abroad (to Denmark in particular) when needed.
Applications are handled on an ongoing basis. Please send your application and CV as soon as possible using the link on this page. All inquiries are treated confidentially.
For further information about the position, please contact Damien Rajasingam PE Director via email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone +44 (0)7501683602.
MHI Vestas Offshore Wind is a joint venture between Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) and Vestas Wind Systems A/S established in April 2014. Our vision is to be a leading player in the offshore industry by remaining customer-focused and setting new standards for industry collaboration. We aim to lead growth and co-develop offshore wind as a financially viable and sustainable energy source to benefit future generations. Furthermore, we intend to create a pleasant workplace with challenging development opportunities, flexibility and joint responsibility. We are an international organisation totalling more than 500 employees. Our headquarters are based in Aarhus, Denmark, and we have offices in the UK, Netherlands, Belgium, Germany and Sweden.