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TOOLING DESIGN ENGINEER - COMPOSITES

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Recruiter
Capital Aviation Services
Posted
05 December 2012
Closes
02 January 2013
Ref
DMTOOLNI01
Location
County Down
Contract Type
Hours
Salary
Competitive Salary Package

Further information

Our client requires an experienced  TOOLING DESIGN ENGINEER to support key Composites Projects in Co Down, Northern Ireland.  

  JOB PURPOSE: The job holder will be responsible for the design, management and maintenance of all  tooling activities within Composites.  

 PRIME RESPONSIBILITIES:    

• To design composite tooling for manufacture, through internal & external resources. • Provide expert consultation to the IPT (Integrated Product Team) across the facility on all tooling related issues. • Generate technical documentation, specifications & tooling standards for external vendors. • Program management of tooling projects, advising on vendor selection, budgetary control and acceptance & commissioning. • Supervise activities of tool maintenance personnel within a tool repair shop. • Drive continuous improvement in tooling methods & strategies. • Recommend alterations & enhancements to improve quality of products and procedures. • Other duties as deemed relevant to the position.

ESSENTIAL CRITERIA  

• 2+ years working experience in a tooling engineer role. • 1+ years working experience in 2D & 3D modelling. •       EU Member Passport Holder.    

DESIRABLE CRITERIA  •  

Third level qualification in Engineering or a related discipline. • 1+ years working experience of composite production techniques & processes. • 3+ years working experience in a tool manufacturing environment.  • 3+ years working experience of working with external vendors to deliver tooling packages  

Capital Aviation Services

Established in 1969 Capital Aviation Services has provided the Aviation, Aerospace and Space Industries Nationally and Internationally with Contract and Permanent Personnel.

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