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Newcastle upon Tyne

NPI Project Engineer

A Project Engineer with a background in NPI Projects and Manufacturing Engineering is sought by a growing manufacturing company in the Tyneside area.

The role will be responsible for NPI Engineering tasks as allocated by the NPI Director, including the management and implementation of selected Improvement projects relating to New Product Introduction, Production processes and Machinery. Duties will also include

  • Working with the business development and product design teams to determine suitable manufacturing processes.
  • Control and implementation of engineering change requests, participate in project reviews and manage projects where required.
  • Responsibility for the evaluation, introduction and proving of new methods.
  • Specify, evaluate and recommend machinery & equipment for new processes
  • Develop new processes to improve quality, cost, delivery, environment
  • Prepare training packages and instruct personnel in the use of new equipment, methods or systems.
  • The creation and control of master data within the MRP system, including materials, BOMs and Routes

The successful candidate will ideally have a HND / Degree, in an Engineering discipline with experience of working within a change-led manufacturing environment. Certification to Six Sigma Green Belt level is also needed. Good project management skills are essential as you will often have short-lead times to implement process changes. The ability to lead and manage manufacturing change is essential as are strong communication and interpersonal skills and a good attention to detail.

If you would like more information on this exciting and challenging role please call Adam Jones at Major Recruitment or click Apply Now to send your CV

Quality Engineer

A Quality Engineer is sought by an expanding North Tyneside based manufacturing company

You will be responsible for all aspects of Quality Engineering including: –

  • Leading the investigation & identification root cause of Quality/Process concerns & rejects, and ensuring that effective Countermeasures, Corrective Actions & Preventative Actions are implemented through the use of Quality Tools (8D, 5WHY, Poke Yoke)
  • Overseeing the quality inspection process
  • Developing and implementing quality policies and procedures to meet ISO9001 standards
  • Examination, analysis and reprocessing of customer returns
  • Creation and issue of Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) and Work Instructions (WI) in relation to process operations and product assembly
  • Creation of Quality Standards documentation for material and Inspection procedures
  • Carry out internal and supplier audits
  • Responsible for the Calibration of measuring equipment, including internal checks and externally calibrated equipment
  • Set criteria for Supplier Approval and performance measurements (Quality & Delivery)

You will need experience as a Quality Engineer within an Electronics manufacturing environment. Experience of creating and implementing quality systems, procedures and policies that are compliant to ISO9001 standards. You will need experience of carrying out internal and external audits. A background in change management and cell based production would be a strong advantage.

Please call Adam Jones at Major Recruitment or click Apply Now to send your CV to this exciting role

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Quality Engineer

A Quality Engineer is sought by an expanding North Tyneside based manufacturing company

You will be responsible for all aspects of Quality Engineering including: –

  • Leading the investigation & identification root cause of Quality/Process concerns & rejects, and ensuring that effective Countermeasures, Corrective Actions & Preventative Actions are implemented through the use of Quality Tools (8D, 5WHY, Poke Yoke)
  • Overseeing the quality inspection process
  • Developing and implementing quality policies and procedures to meet ISO9001 standards
  • Examination, analysis and reprocessing of customer returns
  • Creation and issue of Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) and Work Instructions (WI) in relation to process operations and product assembly
  • Creation of Quality Standards documentation for material and Inspection procedures
  • Carry out internal and supplier audits
  • Responsible for the Calibration of measuring equipment, including internal checks and externally calibrated equipment
  • Set criteria for Supplier Approval and performance measurements (Quality & Delivery)

You will need experience as a Quality Engineer within an Electronics manufacturing environment. Experience of creating and implementing quality systems, procedures and policies that are compliant to ISO9001 standards. You will need experience of carrying out internal and external audits. A background in change management and cell based production would be a strong advantage.

Please call Adam Jones at Major Recruitment or click Apply Now to send your CV to this exciting role

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NPI Project Engineer

A Project Engineer with a background in NPI Projects and Manufacturing Engineering is sought by a growing manufacturing company in the Tyneside area.

The role will be responsible for NPI Engineering tasks as allocated by the NPI Director, including the management and implementation of selected Improvement projects relating to New Product Introduction, Production processes and Machinery. Duties will also include

  • Working with the business development and product design teams to determine suitable manufacturing processes.
  • Control and implementation of engineering change requests, participate in project reviews and manage projects where required.
  • Responsibility for the evaluation, introduction and proving of new methods.
  • Specify, evaluate and recommend machinery & equipment for new processes
  • Develop new processes to improve quality, cost, delivery, environment
  • Prepare training packages and instruct personnel in the use of new equipment, methods or systems.
  • The creation and control of master data within the MRP system, including materials, BOMs and Routes

The successful candidate will ideally have a HND / Degree, in an Engineering discipline with experience of working within a change-led manufacturing environment. Certification to Six Sigma Green Belt level is also needed. Good project management skills are essential as you will often have short-lead times to implement process changes. The ability to lead and manage manufacturing change is essential as are strong communication and interpersonal skills and a good attention to detail.

If you would like more information on this exciting and challenging role please call Adam Jones at Major Recruitment or click Apply Now to send your CV

Senior Residential Support Worker

Are you passionate about encouraging young people to achieve their full potential?

If you’re a Senior Residential Support Worker looking for your next opportunity in a setting with great staff investment and considerable career progression opportunities, this could be the role for you!

As Senior Residential Support Worker, you’ll be working with Children and Young People aged 9-19 with Learning Disabilities and Emotional Behavioural Difficulties. The role of the Senior Residential Support Worker is to lead and inspire other Support Workers and team members across homes in Newcastle and the surrounding areas.

What you’ll be doing

  • Advocating a positive environment for the children and young people
  • Acting as shift lead, including responsibility for handovers and the coordination of both workers and young people
  • Integrating new staff into their roles
  • Promoting education and a healthy lifestyle; addressing any health needs
  • Facilitating contact between the young person’s family, the professionals and the local community, to aid social, emotional and physical progression

Is this you?

  • Experience within children’s residential support or similar.
  • NVQ level 3 in residential childcare or equivalent.
  • Passionate and motivated
  • Adaptable, approachable and friendly manner.
  • Able to work across several shifts including long days 7am -11pm. Some sleep shift shifts may be required.

What you’ll get in return

  • Competitive hourly salary of £12.50 – £13.00, depending on experience
  • Shift allowances, sleep-ins and bonus
  • Invest in staff through training programs, and Diploma qualifications.
  • Career progression opportunities.
  • Long service rewards scheme.

If this sounds like your next move, apply below. Alternatively, if you’re interested in hearing about other similar opportunities, get in contact with Major Healthcare at the Newcastle branch.

Major Recruitment act as an Employment Agency for permanent roles and an Employment Business for temporary opportunities

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Deputy Residential Manager

Deputy Residential Manager

Are you passionate about mentoring a staff team and providing excellent quality care to children and young people?

About the company:

Our client provides excellent short-, medium- and long-term residential care specialising in both Learning Disabilities and Emotional Behavioural Difficulties:

  • They are currently looking to bring onboard a motivated individual looking to encourage Children and Young people aged 9-19 to achieve their full potential.
  • My client has several children’s homes in Newcastle and the surrounding areas.
  • Making available to the service users a team of therapists. Including a clinical psychologist, an occupational health therapist and a speech and language therapist.
  • Clear career progression opportunities

Salary:

£28,000-£31,000 dependent on experience.

Job Role:

As a Deputy Residential Manager, you will be assisting and supporting the registered manager with:

  • Ensuring each young person has a plan that reflects their educational, social and emotional needs.
  • Ensure care plans are kept up to date on a monthly basis.
  • Ensure health and safety documentation is completed on a weekly basis.
  • To manage and coordinate staff resulting in the effective operation of the home.
  • Developing participation of young people that promotes inclusion within the home.
  • Safeguard and promote the welfare of children and young people.

About you:

  • 3 years Children’s residential care experience AND 1 year minimum supervisory experience.
  • NVQ level 4 in Residential Childcare or equivalent.
  • Be able to work 9am-5pm or 8am-4pm.

Benefits:

  • Invest in staff through training programs, and Diploma qualifications.
  • Career progression opportunities.
  • Long service rewards scheme.

If this sounds like your next move, apply below. Alternatively, if you’re interested in hearing about other similar opportunities, get in contact with Major Healthcare at the Newcastle branch.

Major Recruitment act as an Employment Agency for permanent roles and an Employment Business for temporary opportunities

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Residential Support Worker

Are you passionate about providing quality support for children and young people?

About the company:

Our client provides excellent short-, medium- and long-term residential care specialising in both Learning Disabilities and Emotional Behavioural Difficulties:

  • They are currently looking to bring onboard motivated individuals looking to encourage Children and Young people aged 9-19 to achieve their full potential.
  • My client has several children’s homes in Newcastle and the surrounding areas.
  • Making available to the service users a team of therapists. Including a clinical psychologist, an occupational health therapist and a speech and language therapist.

Job Role:

As a Residential Support Worker you will be:

  • Advocating educational development
  • Promoting a healthy lifestyle by addressing any health needs.
  • Facilitation and promotion of contact between the service user’s family, professionals and local community to aid in social, emotional and physical progression.

You will be involved in the planning and delivering of activities for young people internal and external to the home. The client has arranged a range of fun activities for day trips away from the homes.

About you:

  • Experience within children’s residential support or similar.
  • NVQ level 3 in residential childcare or willing to work towards.
  • Adaptable, approachable and friendly manner.
  • Be able to work across a number of shifts including long days 7am -11pm. Some sleep shift shifts may be required.

Benefits:

  • Invest in staff through training programs, and Diploma qualifications.
  • Career progression opportunities.
  • Long service rewards scheme.

If this sounds like your next move, apply below. Alternatively, if you’re interested in hearing about other similar opportunities, get in contact with Major Healthcare at the Newcastle branch.

Major Recruitment act as an Employment Agency for permanent roles and an Employment Business for temporary opportunities

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Electronics Test Technician

An experienced Electronics Test Technician is needed by a company in the Newcastle area

Working in a busy manufacturing environment you will perform tests one electronics circuits, components and products based on set procedures and recommendation for improvements in the efficiency of testing. You will also

  • Fault find down to component level aided with circuit diagrams.
  • Assist team members with fault finding and the development of new products.
  • Maintain test equipment used to interface product under test.
  • Maintain an awareness of all company products and development.
  • Adhere to all quality standards e.g. Failure reporting systems.
  • Design and build test equipment required to improve testing efficiency

The successful candidate will ideally have a HNC in Electrical & Electronic Engineering or equivalent and be experienced at using general test equipment (multimeters, oscilloscopes, function generators and current meters)

You will need experience of fault-finding down to component level, an understanding of digital & analogue electronics, experience using Microsoft products and the ability to communicate with staff at all levels

If you would like to know more about this great opportunity please call Adam Jones at Major Recruitment or click Apply Now to send your CV

Optometrist

Optometrist

Newcastle

£60,000 (Negotiable)

Specialist services & training

OCT / Full or part time

Job ID: 090922-321

Fantastic Optometrist opportunity within a clinically focused practice in Newcastle.

This Practice provides a professional yet relaxed family friendly atmosphere for both patients and staff alike.

The company pride themselves on being highly innovative investing in different levels of technology to offer a truly clinical assessment process for all their patients.

Key Advantages

  • 25 minute testing times
  • Equipment: OCT, Auto-phoropter, Auto-refractor, Humphrey visual fields, Fundus camera, Slit Lamp, Trial frames & Computerised management system
  • A spacious and beautifully presented working environment with 6 very spacious test rooms within the practice
  • Specialist services: MECS, dry eye clinics, diabetic screening, specialist lenses and hear care services
  • Excellent support network with experienced well-established staff allowing consideration toward experienced and newer qualified professionals
  • Regular internal and external training and CET

Details and requirements

  • Hours: Monday – Saturday (09:00am – 18:00pm) Sunday (11:00am – 17:00pm)
  • Full or part time position considered
  • Eligibility to work in the UK and GOC Registered

Salary and benefits

  • Up to £60,000 + professional fees and benefits
  • 25 days holiday + 8 BH (33 total)

If you would like to enquire about this role and/or to have a confidential chat, please do not hesitate to email, call, text or send your CV to the contact details below.

Email: lukeshearstone@major-recruitment.com Call or Text: 07881287964