Manufacturing Engineer
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Reference: 685159 | Status: Accepting applications

Category: Engineering

Location: HTRC

Type: Permanent

Published date: Wednesday 17 November 2021

Closing date: Monday 17 January 2022

Manufacturing engineer

The Vacancy

We have an exciting opportunity for a Manufacturing Engineer to join our HTRC team.

You will be based at our state of the art facility near Coventry

Reporting to the HTRC Manufacturing Engineering Manager you will be responsible for ensuring the

As a Manufacturing Engineer based at our High Temperature Research Centre (HTRC) in Ansty, you will conduct research and improvement activities related to the design and manufacture of turbine components. The HTRC is a collaboration between the University of Birmingham and Rolls-Royce and is equipped with state-of-the-art equipment for investment casting, machining and advanced metrology of single crystal components.

The Centre has three key aims:

  1. Design & make of turbine components for engine development projects
  2. Develop novel design and manufacturing techniques to enable future design styles and manufacturing technologies
  3. Accelerate cost reduction and casting/machining yield improvement activities for Turbine components.

You will work within our co-located design and manufacturing engineering teams within the HTRC and in close collaboration with a wide range of researchers from the relevant academic fields.

Manufacturing engineers are responsible for the method of manufacture that delivers component requirements and support both process engineering

Continuously improve current and develop novel manufacturing capability for turbine component manufacture

Influencing the creation and deployment of future manufacturing capability roadmap to ensure world class processes are operated.

Understand equipment requirements, develop equipment capability

Ensure stability and reliability of process equipment and process methods

Continuously improve equipment and process methods

Develop and coach Technicians in manufacturing processes.

Documenting and sharing lessons learned and best practices

Benchmarking external capability

To apply, please click the 'View Position' button at the top. 

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