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DATE ADDED: Wed 10/10/2018

Deputy Engineering Manager

Buckinghamshire, UK
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JOB TYPE: Permanent

SALARY: £60000 - £80000/annum

engineer, engineering, manager, performance RF, microwave, microelectronic solutions, leadership, Title: Deputy Engineering Manager Location: Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire Duration: Permanent Our client is a leader in high-performance RF, microwave microelectronic solutions, the company designs, develops and manufactures one of the world's largest selections of RF, microwave and millimeter wave components and systems for use in commercial, defence, and space applications. The company offers both US and Europe-based design and manufacturing options. JOB PURPOSE - To provide leadership and direction to the engineering development team in the Milton Keynes facility. - To deliver the agreed engineering milestones established in the current Annual Operating Plan and considering the 3 Year Strategy Plan road map. - To meet prescribed customer deadlines. - Develop and deploy the company's engineering resources to achieve the Annual Operating Plan and related business objectives - To embrace and champion a culture of Continuous Improvement. - Provide safe working environment for all employees and visitors and ensure legislative compliance in terms of health, safety, environment and other associated legislation and regulations. - To positively promote the Company to all parties; including: customers, suppliers, employees, management, investors, local communities and other stakeholders. DETAILED ATTRIBUTES - Manage both internal and customer funded Research Development programmes, within the budgets set, through the use of programme planning, regular reviews of total cost and time to completion, risk identification and mitigation, identification of capital equipment and the forecasting of projected programme spend. - Ensure adherence to established design and manufacturing procedures and process. As necessary develop and introduce new processes and or modify those that exist to ensure primary business objectives are achieved. - Develop and maintain design methodologies that ensure the seamless transition of new products from design to ready for manufacture. Working with the production engineering group and operations team to deliver the common goal. - Manage the day to day running of the Engineering department to meet its obligations and set clear objectives for each of the team through regular personal development reviews. - With an intimate knowledge of critical RF , power/control and DSP challenges lead by example in route cause analysis corrective actions and establishing counter measures as required. - Enhance the technical knowledge and expertise of the business through partnership working with third party industry experts and universities and by engagement with technical seminars and other forums of learning. - Drive technology and new product development through well defined and managed IRD programs linked to new business opportunities that will stimulate growth. - Ensure compliance with contracted requirements through early involvement in the Request for Quotation (RFQ) process, programme reviews and regular customer contact. - Work with the Business Development and Field Sales teams to identify and win new opportunities. - To work seamlessly with other group companies to leverage staff and other assets. Competencies - Holding an Engineering degree with specific RF and Power expertise. - Have a minimum of 5 years of relevant applied experience. To be in an RF role managing an engineering team. - Programme management skills. - System engineering experience with knowledge of Digital Signal processing. - Computer literate, with MS Office skills. - Senior level experience with commercial knowledge of dealing with Customers and Suppliers. - Ability to dissect complex information and be able to iterate to non subject matter experts in a clear and concise manner. - Be able to present both internally and externally with gravitas and credibility. - Have a sound knowledge of the wider economic surroundings both for the UK and internationally. To register your interest, please forward a CV to the email provided. Alternatively please call MPI LTD on the number shown for more information
Role: Deputy Engineering Manager
Job Type: Permanent
Location: Buckinghamshire,

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