Connecting Talent to opportunity

Connecting Talent to opportunity

Manufacturing Project Engineer


Job Description:

Known globally for the development of revolutionary technologies within the medical technology space, we design, develop and manufacture innovative devices for use in both home and hospital settings.

As a result of strong business growth, industry-leading product development in the biosensor business and a long-term commitment to high volume manufacturing in our Witney Centre of Excellence, we have an opportunity for a Project Engineer / Manufacturing Engineer to join our Operations Group, working within the biosensor manufacturing area of the business.


The role of the Project Engineer is to provide support and assistance with Engineering projects and other activities, whether this be managing process equipment validations categorised as critical to the business, or collaborating, communicating and developing good relationships with internal engineering functions, other company departments, external suppliers and external regulatory bodies. Continuous Improvement is an important part of our site’s culture and as such, you will be heavily involved in proposing and contributing to initiatives and projects that improve our operations.


You will be able to own project tasks and deliverables, responsible and committed to ensure that agreed project deliverables meet the requirements. You will manage complex capital projects with suppliers and subcontractors, collaborating with different stakeholders across the business in an inclusive and dynamic work environment.


You will need to, minimally, have completed a HNC or HND in an engineering subject and ideally bring experience of Project Engineering or Project Management within a manufacturing environment.  You may have engineering/technical experience, for example, understanding technical drawings, databases or use of CAD systems. You may like problem solving, thinking creatively, designing tests and experiments for validation, and look to develop and learn in the role. You may also have experience of quality / regulatory systems within Medical Devices (or Pharmaceuticals), although this is not essential. You will be PC literate, and ideally offer experience of managing projects and adapting well to changing situations, either through industry experience or academic studies.


As we operate in a highly regulated industry, you must be able to demonstrate the ability to follow procedures and create accurate documents and records of your work.


This is a fantastic opportunity to become a valued member of a highly skilled Engineering team working with brand new state-of-the-art automation in a fast-growing area of our business. Engineering skill is key to us, with members working in areas including projects, process, production, systems, software, R&D and machine vision. We also have our own fully equipped workshop.