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Manufacturing/production engineer – engine assembly (Nissan)

Sunderland, UK

Salary: Up to UK Sterling 48k

Nissan Motor Manufacturing (UK) Ltd seek an experienced Manufacturing/Production Engineer to join their engine assembly team. Working in our fast moving engine assembly manufacturing plant based at the Nissan vehicle plant in Sunderland, you will develop and introduce innovative new processes and petrol engine products from concept to launch.

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The work is diverse and practical problem solving and communication skills are a must. Working cross-functionally with design, QA, and manufacturing, you will be a key player in a wide variety of activities which include:

• Specify, schedule, procure and introduce new and modified process for existing and new engines.
• Quality concern investigation – data analysis and development of countermeasures.
• Plan and manage trials for the introduction of new engines into the manufacturing lines.
• Provide technical support to the manufacturing area on a daily basis.
• 3D CAD investigations matching new and existing engines with manufacturing equipment.
• Interfacing with ‘sister’ manufacturing plants around the word.

You will be qualified to degree level in an Engineering discipline and have 5 or more years experience in an assembly engineering environment that includes assembly lines with integrated quality confirmation stages.

If you feel you have the talent, drive and experience to join our world class engineering team then you can gather further information and apply through http://careersatnissan.co.uk/nmuk-sunderland/roles/ by clicking on “All Sunderland Vacancies”.

Email Caroline.Bogira@nissan-nmuk.co.uk for further details.

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