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Facilities And Operations Engineer

Salary: £23

Location: Crewe

Job type: Contract

Category: Crewe

Job Title: Facilities & Operations Engineer Location: Crewe, Cheshire Duration: To start ASAP until 01/01/2025 - Possible extension Pay Rate: £22.56 per hour PAYE Hours: 08.00am to 16.00pm, 37+ hours per week, onsite Adecco is an employment consultancy. We put expertise, energy, and enthusiasm into improving everyone's chance of being part of the workplace. We respect and appreciate people of all ethnicities, generations, religious beliefs, sexual orientations, gender identities, and more. We do this by showcasing their talents, skills, and unique experience in an inclusive environment that helps them thrive. Do you have automotive experience? Do you have workshop experience? Are you motivated and able to coordinate? This could be the perfect fit for you! Adecco Recruitment are currently seeking a Facilities & Operations Engineer to join one of our prestigious automotive clients based in Crewe. Our client has won numerous awards and are viewed as one of the most luxurious brands. Job Purpose The Facilities and Operations Engineer coordinates Whole Vehicle Quality and Reliability workshop and testing activities. Responsible for maintaining the facility capability through maintenance and calibration and ensuring that the facility capability grows to meet new project requirements. Main Responsibilities Test Operations Responsible for planning the daily Quality vehicle testing activities including test routes, driving profiles, standard testing and special testing Responsible for coordinating the day to day activities of the reliability drivers, including running driver start of shift and shift handover briefings Responsible for working with third-party driver suppliers to match driver capacity to changes in weekly demand. Responsible for monitoring supplier performance and conducting regular reviews with the supplier. Responsible for creating and delivering training programmes to induct new drivers into the team and improve their ability to detect and describe technical issues Responsible for devising and carrying out analysis activities in order to classify issues as 'Definite, Probable, Noise,' either though workshop or on-road investigations. Responsible for recording issues using clear, concise problem statements with supporting information as required. Responsible for ensuring compliance with testing standard work Responsible for forecasting test operations related budget requirements. Examples include driver service provider invoices and fuel invoices. Excludes payroll and contractor costs. Responsible for raising purchase orders for test operations-related work and approving invoices, ensuring that spend is allocated to the correct work centre and/or budget code. Responsible for conducting the annual station cost rate review.Workshop Operations Responsible for planning the daily workshop activities, including PDI, servicing, repairs, updates, data logger fitment and analysis. Responsible for prioritising the needs of internal customers including Whole Vehicle Quality and Reliability Responsible for coordinating the day to day activities of the workshop technicians. Responsible for ensuring compliance with workshop systems and standard work Responsible for creating and issuing work instructions for pre-series cars where tasks are not defined in ELSA (excludes PHEV/EV). Responsible for prioritising and planning workshop tasks (including PDI, servicing, repairs, updates, data logger fitment and analysis), allocating workshop resources. Responsible for identifying capability and capacity gaps and seeking support from other internal and external partners as necessary (example: Engineering workshop, Swansway body repair) Responsible for setting daily workshop performance targets (example: time to complete tasks) and establishing measures to monitor target achievement. Responsible for ensuring compliance with company and department standards and procedures within the workshop (e.g. ALPOS workshop tasks, risk assessments, 6S). Responsible for creating and reviewing health and safety risk assessments for workshop activity and ensuring that measures are put in place.Facilities Responsible for identifying any new workshop tools, equipment, consumables and systems required to deliver reliability projects, based on the product technical specification and reliability testing requirements. Responsible for forecasting facilities recurring and non-recurring budget requirements. Examples include recurring equipment maintenance contracts and software licencing costs and non-recurring one-off equipment purchases. Responsible for raising purchase orders for facilities-related work and approving invoices, ensuring that spend is allocated to the correct work centre and/or budget code. Responsible for arranging the installation of workshop facilities Responsible for ensuring that maintenance and calibration requirements for workshop tools and equipment are kept up to date. Responsible for identifying and organising training requirements for the Reliability technicians.Essential Automotive background / experience Knowledge within a workshop Strong communication skills IT Literate Able to capture and resolve issues.Desirable: Recent position as a Workshop Manager If you feel this position would be of interest, please APPLY NOW using your most up to date CV. If you do not hear back within 5 working days, please assume that unfortunately on this occasion your application has been unsuccessful. Adecco acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and an employment business for the supply of temporary workers. The Adecco Group UK & Ireland is an Equal Opportunities Employer. By applying for this role your details will be submitted to Adecco. Our Candidate Privacy Information Statement explains how we will use your information - please copy and paste the following link in to your browser

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