Manufacturing Matters Recruitment Services ltd
From £25,000 to £25,000 per annum Numerous Benefits
08 Jul 2018
30 Aug 2018
ROLE: 3D Draughtsperson LOCATION: Lincoln HOURS: 37 hours per week. Mon-Thurs 8am – 4.45pm and Fri 8am – 12pm. SALARY: £25’000 per annum. BENEFITS: 5 weeks holiday plus bank holidays Auto enrolment pension scheme PROGRESSION: There is an opportunity for the right candidate to develop further over the next few years within the Drawing Office and develop drawing skills in designing major projects. However this training can only commence once the 3D Draughtsperson role is being performed competently and consistently. THE ROLE: Reporting to the Drawing Office Manager, the 3D Draughtsperson will process projects and carry out relevant changes They will be responsible for transferring parts list and relevant material content into the manufacturing system once created. Initial routes and methods of manufacture will also need to be created for production engineering to validate. DUTIES INCLUDE Complete minor drawing projects from various specifications to produce production drawings Process Engineering Change Notes to make changes to existing drawings in a timely manner to support internal and external customers Creating part numbers and building a bill of materials (BoM) using drawings and specification information. Achieve required dates for completion of Drawings / B.O.M.’s to meet on time deliveries to internal customers and ultimately on time deliveries to customers. Check other team member’s project output as required to maintain a high accuracy level throughout. Maintaining system records for material identification/specifications. Organising drawing review meetings and ensure corrections and alterations identified are completed. Liaise with Production Engineering to ensure the correct manufacturing methods and times are applied. Support Purchase Team with information on optimum sheet metal sizes on a job by job basis each week. Calculate amount of paint required for units and assign relevant part numbers for paint and thinners. THE IDEAL CANDIDATE The ideal candidate will have knowledge of general engineering principles relevant to the design, development and manufacture of technically engineered products. They will have a minimum of 2 years’ experience of engineering drawing (Ideally SolidWorks but not essential) They will possess experience of manufacturing systems for either material or production control and will possess effective interpersonal and communication skills essential to liaise with several internal parties. This job was originally posted as www.totaljobs.com/job/81881981