Process Engineer

  • Company: Redline Group
  • Salary:
  • Category: Engineering
  • Job Type: Permanent
  • Location: England
  • Reference: d2f77c99dce0569595b5852dc1ecdac25a6c67aa
  • Date: 1 week ago

Are you an experienced Process Engineer looking for a new opportunity? Do you have experience within the optical / photonic industry? If you answered yes to the above then get in touch with the Redline group as we are actively seeking a Process Engineer to join our industry leading client based in the South West! The Process Engineer, based in Devon, will be responsible for assisting with improving the manufacturing of product by developing the most optimum processes to exceed customer requirements. Also to develop and implement efficient production equipment to increase production rates and reduce process variation. Other responsibilities include: assist with the development of and implementation of quality improvements, scope and design processes, implement production equipment, cost control and process risk assessments, also provide technical support and expertise of manufacturing processes. The ideal Process Engineer, based in Devon, will have experience which includes: Proven Process Engineering experience, NPI knowledge, experience within lean/ six sigma and a background within Optics, Fibre Optics, Electronics or Assembly manufacture. For more information on this fantastic opportunity for a Process Engineer in Devon,, or to apply, please contact Kieran Wilson on either or quoting ref KMW 16133/4. Alternatively for any other process engineering opportunities please contact Closing Soon: 28 days 04 hours

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