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Rolls-Royce is hiring an Electrical Manufacturing Engineer - Purchasing (Bristol)

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An opportunity has arisen with Rolls - Royce Procurement (Defence),for an Electrical Manufacturing Engineer - Purchasing in Bristol.

As a Manufacturing Engineer - Purchasing Engineer, Procurement (Defence), you will be accountable for resolving technical issues by influencing and resolving the Design, Bill of Material and Method of Manufacture and product Re-Activation or product release with the supplier to enable the Customer orders to be fulfilled

At Rolls-Royce, we pioneer the power that matters to our customers, to society and to the planet.

We are the world’s second largest provider of defence aero-engine products and services, with over 18,000 engines and 160 customers in 103 countries. Our engines power aircraft in every major sector, including: transport, combat, patrol, trainers, helicopters and unmanned aerial vehicles.

Key Accountabilities

  • Product costs including Non Re-occurring Costs are fully understood and accounted for to ensure orders and Customer Delivery are met.
  • Continuous Improvement to resolving and reducing/eliminating the cost of non-quality is a key enabler for the supplier to deliver parts on time at the right cost.
  • Contributing to SMT first line metric themes in the ‘Way we Work’ and to the vision of ‘Zero Defects’, also supporting the third theme to ‘Zero Arrears’.
  • Validating the supplier’s method of manufacture and capability through deployment of FAIR process and / or relevant assessments (Manufacturing Capability Assessment or Technical Oversight assessment) for new and existing supply chains.
  • Ensuring that Technical Packages used in the supply chain are consistent with established best practice.
  • Influencing commodity strategies and sourcing decisions with technical knowledge.

Further information: https://r.cndrne.com/campaign/url/forward/6705b625dc61

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