Manufacturing Process Engineer

Job ID: #32288

Manufacturing Process Engineer


£31,000 – £45,000

The Recruitment Bunker is recruiting for an experienced Process Engineer for a leading Automotive Group based in Coventry.

The Process Engineers key role will be to define, document and communicate how products are manufactured and / or assembled and will be responsible for the implementation of safe and efficient production processes and procedures and contribute to the overall efficiency of project operations.

Overview of the Role

  • Manufacturing Process Engineer
  • Salary: £31,000 – £45,000
  • Holidays: 25 days plus 8 Bank Holidays
  • Pension / Healthcare / Life Insurance
  • Employee Referral Scheme
  • Location: Coventry

Company Overview
The DRVN Automotive Group are a sector leading automotive group, specialising in the design, manufacture, and distribution of luxury automotive brands, recognised globally for our commitment to innovation, quality, and engineering, centred around a world-class customer experience.


  • Review manufacturing operations to Identify and document all production process steps creating the process flow
  • Generate standard work methods and process instructions and suggest improvements where necessary
  • Audit, monitor and maintain process instructions
  • Support PFMEA activities
  • Generate and communicate control plans
  • Maintain statistical data to departmental KPI’s and produce reports where required
  • Support and lead continuous improvement, problem solving and process improvement activities
  • Investigate production and process issues providing technical support and training
  • Identify and provide input into manufacturing jigs and fixtures
  • Follow and adhere to all company policies and procedures including Health and Safety protocols
  • Implement 5S initiatives.

Essential Skills

  • Experience of working within an Automotive/Manufacturing environment with relevant experience as a Manufacturing/Process/Production Engineer within a fast paced, forward-thinking business
  • Liaise and communicate with other departments, suppliers, and other service providers
  • Ability to manage one’s own time and prioritise workload accordingly across multiple projects
  • Be an effective team member, working with colleagues to ensure smooth workflow with maximum output
  • Experienced in generating standard work instructions, man assignments and process flows
  • A high-level of IT literacy, particularly in MS Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
  • Able to identify risks, use problem-solving techniques, develop, and safely implement new processes within a production and manufacturing environment.
  • Experience with BOM’s and Change Management processes.
  • Organised, Methodical but Flexible approach to workload.
  • Experience of automotive product quality assurance systems (IATF16949, ISO9001, 5S, TPM, KPI’s)
  • Understand lean manufacturing and 5S principles
  • Must have IDLR/Full Rights to Work in UK – Sponsorship or Work Permits will not be accepted/ provided.

Desirable Skills

  • Experience of using Carbon Fibre and Fabrication assemblies

 Please note we do not provide sponsorships to those who require it and will only accept applications from those who have full rights to work in the UK with no restrictions and IDLR/Full Settlement status. Please provide status on applications.

Our inclusive workplace welcomes and values all candidates from all backgrounds, we believe that diversity enhances our ability to innovate and serve our customers effectively. We are an equal opportunity employer and strive to create an environment where everyone feels respected, supported, and able to bring their authentic selves to work. If you require any reasonable adjustments to participate in the recruitment process, please let us know, and we will do our best to accommodate your needs.


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