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Tooling Engineer

INEOS Automotive - Grenadier - Built on Purpose

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Since Sir Jim Ratcliffe announced Project Grenadier in 2017, our team at INEOS Automotive has grown rapidly. From a start-up to the scaled business we are now, we’ve hit some huge milestones along the way. Despite some global challenges, we brought our first vehicle, the INEOS Grenadier, from a vision to prototype and to market in just five years. And now, as the first customer deliveries of our INEOS Grenadier have begun, we look to the future with our first all-electric vehicle.

People and Culture

With around 1500 employees, 10 locations and 44 nationalities, we’re an international team working together to challenge the ordinary. We welcome people who mirror our values: Spirit of ownership, who take responsibility and make things happen. Delivering quality work, with ambition to deliver outstanding results and who have a community mindset, believing together everyone achieves more. Creativity and initiative are encouraged to support your career development.

We’re doing things differently.

The Role: Developing a strong technical team for tooling and assembly processes. Develop tooling supplier data (Preferred Vendor List) base for future projects. Improve tooling & assembly process maturity during development and pre-production phase. Visit supplier to support onsite tool manufacturing & Assembly process improvements and modification. Report to management. Communication with 1st Tier , Toolmaker & assembly facility makers. Possess strong Manufacturing skills and communication strategies based on wider knowledge.

What you will be doing:

  • Tool & assembly facility aligned in Specification with budget.
  • Tool & assembly technical resolution to solve issue.
  • Incorporation of ECR in appropriate time, process and budget.
  • Support off tool & off process part for prebuilds.
  • Preparation of “Events”, graining and transfer tools in correct maturity.
  • Lead technical reviews with supplier with focus on timing, Quality and Budget.
  • Assembly process knowledge is essential for different materials and commodities.
  • Managing cross function teams in case of cost reduction, feasibility and process.
  • Support in advance technical solutions with Engineering, Procurement and supplier design to cost.

What you will bring:

  • Experience gained at either a Tier 1 automotive supplier or automotive OEM.
  • Up-to-date knowledge in assembly process. Strong skills to drive and steer supplier to reach expected milestones.
  • Professional management style.
  • Prioritisation and goal setting. Self-motivated. Influencing skills. Relationship building.
  • Keen to learn and takes responsibility for personal development.
  • Desires accountability. Tenacious, open and transparent. Relationships
  • Ability to prioritise tasks and have effective time management and analytical skills.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
  • This role does involve travel, primarily within UK, France and EU.
  • At ease working in English is a pre-requisite.
  • A sense of humour, rigor and determination – and to have fun!

    For those of you who resonate with this exciting role please apply with a CV in English.
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