a is a fast-growing, ambitious company delivering unique clean-tech products to the textile industry are looking to recruit a driven and proactive Engineering Manager to join their rapidly growing team based in Cambridge.
Their vision is a world with zero pollution from textile dyeing and finishing, delivered through the implementation of their breakthrough digital technologies.
The textile industry is the world’s 2nd largest contributor to water pollution and accounts for 10% of the world’s carbon dioxide emissions.
They are looking for people who are:
- Smart-thinking individuals who inspire and create positive change
- Team players who are able to build strong working relationships across disciplines and with both internal and external stakeholders
- Innovators – going beyond conventional boundaries
- Committed and have the belief to deliver against high expectations
- People who go beyond the norm and have the desire to change the world
They are looking for the following technical skills, experience and capabilities:
- Designs, implements, and refines product development, testing, and manufacturing processes
- Creates detailed engineering plans, processes, and procedures for engineering staff to use and abide by
- Assures that processes meet quality and safety compliance guidelines
- Oversees project logistics and resource allocation
- Strives to improve efficiency and sustainability of processes and product designs
- Conducts various tests and quality assurance checks to verify the quality of completed projects
- Communicates and collaborate with the senior leadership team, other managers, suppliers, and contractors
Skills and experience:
- 5+ years industrial experience in machine product development, manufacturing or product development
- Experience of delivering machine development programmes to market
- Excellent project management skills
- Industries: textiles, chemicals, foodstuffs, paper/packaging, electronics, automation
They offer a competitive salary and profit bonus including a benefits package of 25 days annual leave, private medical insurance and pension fund contributions.