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Process Co-ordinator






£29,000 to £34,000 Per Annum



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Would you like to work within a dynamic and growing department? Would you value being part of a business that offers a great working environment and a proven track record of developing and valuing their staff?

If so, read on as this could be the right opportunity for you.

An opportunity has arisen for a Process Co-ordinator to join the automotive department of our global client. Automotive experience is not required; however, experience with the industry is advantageous as you will be involved with co-ordinating automotive manufacturing processes.


This is a permanent position where you will be working a total of 38 hours per week – with the annual salary of £29,000 to £34,000, depending on experience.


This role is the next key hire for the business who are continuing to add to diversify their offering. They already provide a high-level of services to an incredibly reputable client base. The business has a global footprint and a reputation for innovation and developing individuals offering fantastic prospects.


Our client takes pride in having a long standing and stable workforce offering the right infrastructure and a progressive and supportive culture which is deeply embedded in their values.


As an automotive process co-ordinator, you will be dealing with the Pre-production stage responsibilities such as:


  • Assisting with bids for new work (calculating cycle times / costs / capacity / investment)

  • Assisting with designing the process (including time cycle estimates and process flow charts)

  • Producing the process sheets

  • Obtaining equipment quotations, selecting appropriate vendors and raising orders (machines, automation and gauging)

  • Negotiating payment terms and acceptance criteria

  • Overseeing the installation, demonstration and capability of new equipment

  • Review and sign off of all fixture and tooling designs

  • Carrying out gauge R&R

  • Working with quality department and operators to achieve ISIR quality

  • Organising operator and engineer training

  • Organising PPAP and preparation of paperwork

  • Overseeing run at rate


You will then also have responsibilities to do with the continuous production stage such as :


  • Overseeing tooling trials and making tooling decisions based on costs vs performance criteria

  • Overseeing quality investigations

  • Dealing with any equipment performance issues warranty claims etc

  • Looking for continuous improvement opportunities

  • Dealing with capacity bottlenecks

  • Assisting with quality concerns (instigating containment action, root cause analysis etc)

  • Looking after housekeeping and improving / maintaining visual factory standards


If this sounds like an opportunity that you would be suitable for, please apply and we will be in touch with feedback within 7 days of your application at the very latest.

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