Jobs in Manufacturing

Found 24 jobs
    • Royston, Hertfordshire
    • £27000 - £30000 per annum + Benefits
    • Posted 3 days ago

    Assistant Production Planner Location: Royston Salary: Up to £30,000 A market leading technology company are seeking an Assistant Production Planner to join their team due to increased levels of demand for their electro-mechanical machines Role responsibilities of Assistant Production Planner: + Assist with day to day activities for products inc...

    • Rochester, Kent
    • £28000 - £38000 per annum + Excellent benefits
    • Posted 4 days ago

    Manufacturing Engineer - Electronic Systems Want to work for one of the most prestigious and recognizable names within Aerospace and Defence Engineering? This international engineering leader have an exciting opportunity for a Manufacturing Engineer. Manufacturing Engineers play a key role in our Integrated Project Teams (IPT's) within Electroni...

    • England, England
    • £80000 - £90000 per annum
    • Posted 4 days ago

    Service Director Based from home with UK & Ireland travel Salary to be discussed on application An exciting opportunity for a charismatic Service Director is now available with one of the largest sterilisation and decontamination manufacturers in the UK. The Company A global organisation which is a leader in specialist medical sterilisation equi...

    • Colchester, Essex
    • £25000 - £35000 per annum
    • Posted 10 days ago

    A market leading Electronics Manufacturer are seeking an Electronics Test Engineer to fault find their products The successful candidate will have a strong digital electronics background with microprocessor experience , and be able to read circuit diagrams and understand manufacturer's data sheets. The candidate will be expected to identify faul...

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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.