Jobs in Manufacturing

Found 4 jobs
    • Cambridgeshire, England
    • £15 - £21 per hour
    • Posted 10 days ago

    Test Engineer Role type: Contract Duration: 24 month Skills required: Electronic / Electro-mechanical test experience Location: Cambridgeshire Rate: £15.74/hr PAYE or £20.69/hr Umbrella (LTD Company not accepted as this role is Inside IR35). Summary A leading manufacturer of high tech microscopes is now seeking a Final Test Engineer to join thei...

    • Luton, Bedfordshire
    • £35000 - £52000 per annum + + excellent benefits
    • Posted 10 days ago

    Senior Quality Assurance Engineer SQA; Quality; Assurance; Audits; FAI; AS9100D; ISO9001; APQP, PPAP, 8D, PFMEAs, Lean Manufacturing; Production; Engineering; Defence; Electronics; Aerospace; Automotive £35,000 - £52,000 + excellent benefits Bedfordshire We represent a global high-tech company and one of the key players in Aerospace, Defence and...

    • Towcester, Northamptonshire
    • £34000 - £50000 per annum + inc Shift
    • Posted 19 days ago

    Epitaxy Equipment Engineer + Northampton based + £30,000 to £35,000 + 35% shift allowance for circa £47,000 to £50,0000 package + Bupa, excellent pension, share options, bonus + Relocation assistance given Epitaxy Equipment Engineer: You will provide Equipment Engineering support to the Epitaxy Department, in particular this will include day to ...

    • Nottinghamshire, England
    • £20000 - £25000 per annum
    • Posted 20 days ago

    Export and Sales office administrator An exciting opportunity has arisen for an Export and Sales office Administrator to join a professional and internationally focused company. This is a customer facing position amongst a small team, you will have the opportunity to grow and develop your experience with clear career progression opportunities. R...

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When it comes to careers in manufacturing, it used to be that all you need were a committed work ethic, a strong back, and a good pair of hands. However, in recent years, there have been many different changes in this industry, as manufacturing is a lot more technologically driven today. This means that a different and more comprehensive set of skills is required. This includes strong communication, critical thinking, and attention to detail. In regards to critical thinking, today’s manufacturing employee needs to be someone who has the ability to think on his or her feet, being able to effectively troubleshoot small problems. In addition to this, you need to be dependable and you must have an interest and aptitude for technology.