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The role sees the engineer working within the Tooling Department in Safran nacelles Burnley. The engineer is expected to be involved in defining the tooling requirements with the manufacturing engineers across our UAP's, working through the design, manufacture, planning and delivery of all required tooling. The Tooling Engineer will be expected to write RFQ documents, meet with suppliers, receive quotes and raise purchase requisitions. the Tooling Engineer is expected to plan and monitor the progress of the tooling holding regular update meetings and reporting into the wider project teams. Design Reviews are required at PDR, CDR and FDR stages before launching tooling into manufacture. The Tooling Engineer will visit it suppliers at appropriate points through manufacture and will perform pre-acceptance checks on tooling before receipt on Safran Nacelles site. Control of data is essential and as such the tooling engineer will operate within the SAP and PLM systems and will follow departmental and company process and procedures to ensure compliance to all necessary standards. The Tooling engineer will be based in the tooling Department at Safran Nacelles Burnley Site and will work with the existing Tooling Team and Tool room functions.
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The Candidate will work within the current tooling department and work closely with the current tooling team and wider tooling functions
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Tool design and engineering experience is essential, specifically in the use of CATIA . Full or partial design of tooling is required within the role. Engineering Apprenticeship and/or robust experience within a tooling engineering environment. The engineer should have experience in aerospace tooling philosophies, or similar industries. Core Microsoft Office Skills are essential. The Tooling Engineer must have good communication skills and be able to work well with other engineers and also within cross functional teams throughout the business. The Tooling Engineer must respect workplace safety and ensure tooling brought into the business complies with HSE and ergonomic standards set out for the site. Previous experience with SAP or other MRO systems is desired.
The position is located at the Burnley site. Supplier visits form part of the job but is not frequent. In normal circumstances this is limited to UK suppliers but on occasion can involve trips outside the UK.
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