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Talent Acquisition Partner

  • South East, Middlesex, Twickenham, UK
  • £30000 - £40000 per annum, Benefits: Remote Working Opportunity
  • Permanent
  • V-32663-1

Talent Acquisition Partner: Do you thrive on connecting top talent with exciting opportunities?

As a Talent Acquisition Partner at Holt Executive, you’ll play a pivotal role in building relationships with clients and candidates, driving our commercial success within the Satellite Connectivity/Operator, Aerospace and Defence markets.

The successful Talent Acquisition Partner will have the opportunity to develop a specialised knowledge base within a specific industry, allowing you to become a true recruitment expert in your field. You’ll manage a portfolio of smaller client accounts, fostering strong, mutually beneficial relationships. Your goal is to understand and identify client needs, match candidates to our client’s opportunities and build mutually beneficial relationships.

Key Responsibilities for the Talent Acquisition Partner:

  • Understand client needs, match candidates to perfect roles (temporary or permanent) and build mutually beneficial relationships.
  • Exceed Expectations and hit targets related to placements, revenue, or leads. Track your progress and develop strategies to consistently exceed goals.
  • Consistently use and follow established procedures and ensure all roles are accurately managed within the system.
  • Source top talent and brief candidates on client opportunities (responsibilities, benefits, salaries).
  • Thoroughly qualify candidates and capture their details in our system.
  • Maintain regular contact with candidates, prepare them for interviews, and share feedback.
  • Support successful candidates through the acceptance process and beyond.
  • Partner with the Admin Team to craft compelling job adverts and manage social media promotion.
  • Manage client relationships, attend review meetings, and develop a deep understanding of their industries.
  • Network and attend events as required to build business connections and identify new opportunities.
  • Your ambition will be crucial as you strive to exceed goals related to placements, revenue generated, or qualified leads.
  • Attend regular reviews and ongoing progress tracking to ensure you’re always aware of your performance and can adjust strategies to consistently exceed targets.

Key Skills and Experience Required by the Talent Acquisition Partner:

  • Proven recruitment experience with a strong track record in sales, networking, and client development.
  • An understanding of sourcing and recruiting techniques.
  • Can achieve targets efficiently with a winning mentality.
  • Excellent time management, communication, and organisational skills.
  • Strong work ethic, a winning attitude, and resilience to overcome challenges.
  • A passion for building a successful recruitment career.
  • A specialisation in Space, Satcom, Aerospace, or Defence is a plus, but a willingness to learn is key.

If your skills and experience align with this Talent Acquisition Partner opportunity, we encourage you to take the next step! Apply today by sending your CV to info@holtexecutive.com

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Talent Acquisition Partner

  • South West, Dorset, Bournemouth, UK
  • £30000 - £40000 per annum, Benefits: Remote Working Opportunity
  • Permanent
  • V-32663

Talent Acquisition Partner: Do you thrive on connecting top talent with exciting opportunities?

As a Talent Acquisition Partner at Holt Executive, you’ll play a pivotal role in building relationships with clients and candidates, driving our commercial success within the Satellite Connectivity/Operator, Aerospace and Defence markets.

The successful Talent Acquisition Partner will have the opportunity to develop a specialised knowledge base within a specific industry, allowing you to become a true recruitment expert in your field. You’ll manage a portfolio of smaller client accounts, fostering strong, mutually beneficial relationships. Your goal is to understand and identify client needs, match candidates to our client’s opportunities and build mutually beneficial relationships.

Key Responsibilities for the Talent Acquisition Partner:

  • Understand client needs, match candidates to perfect roles (temporary or permanent) and build mutually beneficial relationships.
  • Exceed Expectations and hit targets related to placements, revenue, or leads. Track your progress and develop strategies to consistently exceed goals.
  • Consistently use and follow established procedures and ensure all roles are accurately managed within the system.
  • Source top talent and brief candidates on client opportunities (responsibilities, benefits, salaries).
  • Thoroughly qualify candidates and capture their details in our system.
  • Maintain regular contact with candidates, prepare them for interviews, and share feedback.
  • Support successful candidates through the acceptance process and beyond.
  • Partner with the Admin Team to craft compelling job adverts and manage social media promotion.
  • Manage client relationships, attend review meetings, and develop a deep understanding of their industries.
  • Network and attend events as required to build business connections and identify new opportunities.
  • Your ambition will be crucial as you strive to exceed goals related to placements, revenue generated, or qualified leads.
  • Attend regular reviews and ongoing progress tracking to ensure you’re always aware of your performance and can adjust strategies to consistently exceed targets.

Key Skills and Experience Required by the Talent Acquisition Partner:

  • Proven recruitment experience with a strong track record in sales, networking, and client development.
  • An understanding of sourcing and recruiting techniques.
  • Can achieve targets efficiently with a winning mentality.
  • Excellent time management, communication, and organisational skills.
  • Strong work ethic, a winning attitude, and resilience to overcome challenges.
  • A passion for building a successful recruitment career.
  • A specialisation in Space, Satcom, Aerospace, or Defence is a plus, but a willingness to learn is key.

If your skills and experience align with this Talent Acquisition Partner opportunity, we encourage you to take the next step! Apply today by sending your CV to info@holtexecutive.com 

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Senior Systems Engineer

  • South East, Greater London, London, UK
  • Competitive
  • Permanent
  • V-32662

Holt Executive are supporting a global provider of innovative connectivity solutions that connect people and assets around the globe, including in remote and challenging environments.

Our partner is seeking an experienced Senior Systems Engineer to play a vital role in supporting the successful operation of their safety services portfolio, both current and future. The Senior Systems Engineer will ensure that safety services are operating correctly at all times, responding to incidents, taking corrective action, and proactively managing both the short-term and long-term operation of these services.

Responsibilities for the Senior Systems Engineer:

  • Operate and maintain various safety platforms, ensuring smooth daily functioning.
  • Support the entire lifecycle of safety service systems, from implementation to ongoing maintenance and improvement.
  • Proactively address issues and ensure resolution with suppliers or partners as needed.
  • Provide troubleshooting for faults and failures in safety services.
  • Implement changes and enhancements to safety systems while maintaining optimal service availability.
  • Collaborate with equipment manufacturers, software suppliers, and stakeholders to propose and evaluate improvements to safety services.

Skills and Experience for the Senior Systems Engineer:

Essential –

  • Bachelor’s or master’s degree in a suitable technical discipline such as Electronics, Telecommunication, Computer science, etc.
  • Experience in telecommunications technologies with an understanding of IP-based mobile networking.
  • Significant hands-on experience with managing, maintaining, and upgrading operational systems.

Desirable –

  • Understanding of satellite or mobile communications systems.
  • Knowledge of networking technology and protocols (including routers, switches, firewalls, TCP/IP, UDP, BGP, HTTP(S), SSL/TLS, SSH, SNMP etc.)
  • Knowledge of IT security practices and technologies (including IPSec and PKI).
  • Knowledge of various operating systems usage and administration (Windows and Linux).
  • Programming/scripting experience (e.g., C, C++, C#, perl, python, java, HTML, etc.)

Benefits:

  • Discretionary Annual Bonus.
  • 27 days Annual Leave (+ Bank Holidays).
  • Private Healthcare, Life Assurance & Income Protection.
  • Pension and Savings Plan (Up to 10% employer contribution).
  • Season Ticket Loan and/or Cycle to Work Scheme.
  • Workplace Savings Scheme, Employee Assistance Programme, etc.

If your skills and experience match this Senior Systems Engineer opportunity, we encourage you to apply by sending your CV to info@holtexecutive.com

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Earth Observation Engineer

  • South East, Bedfordshire, UK
  • Competitive
  • Permanent
  • V-32661

Holt Executive are partnered with a leading technology and engineering services company that supplies the space and satellite industry. Our partner is involved in a variety of projects ranging from designing and building spacecraft to managing launches and controlling satellites in orbit.

They require an Earth Observation Engineer to support the development of Earth observation (EO) programs and services for national and international organisations, using both operational and scientific data.

Key Responsibilities for the Earth Observation Engineer:

  • Support services to ESA included within the Third Party and Heritage Mission element of the Instrument Data Quality Evaluation and Analysis service (IDEAS-QA4EO) and Earthnet Data Assessment Project (EDAP+).
  • Proactively identify and investigate data quality anomalies, ensuring the accuracy and reliability of Earth observation data.
  • Research and provide comprehensive responses to user inquiries related to technical aspects of data analysis.
  • Manage and update local quality control tools and scripts for optimal data processing.
  • Contribute to the development of compelling technical proposals to expand business opportunities.

Key Skills and Experience Required by the Earth Observation Engineer:

  • University degree/MSc (or equivalent) in Geography, Physics, Remote Sensing or a related discipline.
  • Experience/Understanding, in either an industrial or academic setting.
  • Supporting operational processing systems for EO data (e.g. level ‘1’ to level ‘2’ and ‘level 3’ processing).
  • Working with Optical earth observation data specifically Landsat, Proba-1, JERS-1 and New Space missions (e.g. Planet).
  • Using and adapting tools for remote sensing data manipulation.

Benefits:

  • Competitive Package, including private healthcare, excellent pension, generous holiday allowance.
  • Hybrid working, with the requirement to attend the office in Bedfordshire one day every month.

Due to the nature of the business, all applicants must be eligible to work in the UK and all potential employees will undergo stringent reference and identity checks.

If your skills and experience match this Earth Observation Engineer opportunity, we encourage you to apply by sending your CV to info@holtexecutive.com 

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Senior Systems Engineer

  • South East, West Sussex, UK
  • £45000 - £60000 per annum, Benefits: Friday lunchtime finish,Hybrid/flexible working, 28 days annual leave + more!
  • Permanent
  • V-32616

Do you thrive on complex challenges and bringing innovative ideas to life?

Holt Executive are partnered with a leading manufacturing business that develop a wide range of products, from cutting-edge prototypes pushing technological boundaries to proven, reliable electro-optical surveillance systems.

Our partner is seeking a Senior Systems Engineer to work within multi-disciplinary teams to ensure the mechanical, electrical, and software design aspects of a project function seamlessly and the system meets the customer needs.

Key Responsibilities for the Senior Systems Engineer:

  • Requirements Capture and management.
  • Functional and Physical Systems Architecture Design and Definition.
  • System Modelling.
  • Development of Engineering Management Plans (Safety Management, Test Integration & Acceptance, Technical Risk Management).
  • Gathering of verification evidence for System Requirements.
  • Creation of Procurement Specifications for sub-systems and components.
  • Writing test specifications.
  • Conducting Design reviews.
  • Environmental Qualification Plans (EMC, Temperature, Shock & Vibration).

Key Skills & Experience Required for the Senior Systems Engineer:

Essential –

  • A degree in Engineering or physical sciences.
  • Minimum of 5 years’ systems engineering experience in a defence engineering (or similar) company.
  • Proficient in the use of requirements management tools (DOORS, Visure or R4J).
  • Work package management in JIRA.
  • Proficient in Report Writing.

 Desirable –

  • Technical Leadership of project teams with a significant level of responsibility for managing project risks and for delivering on time and on budget.
  • Experience in working closely with internal and external stakeholders.
  • Working in multi-disciplinary teams on projects with a high level of complexity.
  • Safety Management (MIL-STD 882E, DEF-STAN 00-56, ISO 12100:2010).
  • Statutory Compliance (CE Marking).
  • Camera Sensor Technology (InfraRed and visible spectrum, DRI performance).
  • Fault-Tree and Failure Mode Analysis.

Company Benefits:

  • 37.5 hour working week and lunchtime finishes on a Friday.
  • Hybrid / flexible working arrangements.
  • 28 days annual leave and Christmas closure.
  • Employee Help@Hand Service gives you and your family access to 4 key services including remote GP service, second opinion, mental health pathway service, and physiotherapy consultations.
  • Life Assurance Policy, including Bereavement Counselling and Probate Helpline.
  • Company Share Incentive Plan and Save as You Earn Scheme.
  • Wellbeing initiatives, including access to the Aviva Wellbeing App and the addition of mental health support for all employees plus regular activities across our sites to support and promote well-being.
  • Employee discounts scheme (including access to an additional wellbeing hub).
  • Excellent Learning & Development opportunities.

If your skills and experience match this Senior Systems Engineer opportunity, we encourage you to apply by sending your CV to info@holtexecutive.com 

 

 

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Senior Electronics Engineer

  • South East, West Sussex, UK
  • £45000 - £55000 per annum
  • Permanent
  • V-32648

Holt Executive are partnered with a leading electro-optics design and manufacturing business, which is seeking a Senior Electronics Engineer to join their growing Engineering team.

The successful Senior Electronics Engineer will be responsible for proactively developing innovative electronics while providing valuable leadership to the team.

Key Responsibilities for the Senior Electronics Engineer:

  • Provide expertise in circuit design, components, and PCB technology.
  • Working in technology areas of EMC, Power Management, Servo Control, processor interfacing and communications.
  • Provide expertise in the realms of power and signal transmission over wired medium with the ability to define and objectively review an overall architecture, including power management, system wiring and knowledge of production processes.
  • Hold a pivotal role within a project and set the standards of good engineering practice, leading by example, and being seen as an expert in their given field.
  • Review and analyse processes and practices within the department, driving and encouraging innovation across the board. Regularly communicate with senior management, customers and other key stakeholders maintaining a focus on tactical and some strategic oversight of projects, technology, and team development.
  • Take a lead role in developing or enhancing technology within the business, providing subject matter expertise for technology areas and applying these to R&D development activities or projects.
  • Technical leadership of multi-disciplined projects, with the ability to foster a culture of a systematic approach while providing our customers with solutions.
  • Provide key insights into the resource planning of engineers working under them.
  • Line management role to support other engineers as part of a smaller sub-team overseeing training and development needs.

Key Skills and Experience for the Senior Electronics Engineer:

Essential

  • Strong degree in a related discipline accredited by the IET. Typically, 6 years of relevant experience is expected.
  • Proven experience in leading and/or supervising projects or people for routine and non-routine work.
  • Solid all-round theoretical and practical understanding of electrical and electronic designs
  • Ability to complete analysis-based activities i.e. (circuit emulation, performance, or power budgets).
  • Ability to assess and highlight key project risks, schedules, and mitigations and identify critical design activities.
  • Overall awareness of the full project lifecycle ranging from opportunity/bid development through to continuing customer support.
  • A proven track record of innovation-based approaches to all aspects of engineering/leadership.
  • Ability to investigate and fault-find technical problems at PCB or system level, with the capability to identify root causes or procedural reforms.
  • Accredited as a Chartered Engineer or working towards Chartership.
  • Embedded Software Design, including ARM/KEIL.
  • Experience with EMC to military standards, with the ability to manage, plan and resolve issues at an architecture and embedded level.
  • Knowledge of Motors and drive technology with the ability to calculate motor performance.
  • Awareness of control systems analysis and performance techniques with the ability to articulate these to fellow engineers/Stakeholders.
  • Practised in the use of analysis and simulation tools such as Python, Matlab, Simulink, LT-Spice, Simetrix etc.
  • Familiar with management tools such as JIRA, Confluence, MS Project.
  • Practised in the use and management of PCB design tools such as Altium, Cadence OrCAD.
  • Familiar with design resilience techniques such as Failure Mode Effects Analysis.
  • Awareness of Lightning Direct and Indirect Effects.
  • Familiar with the design of electronics within harsh environments typical with Military equipment.

Company Benefits:

  • 37.5 hour working week and lunchtime finishes on a Friday.
  • 28 days annual leave and Christmas closure.
  • Employee Help@Hand Service gives you and your family access to four key services including remote GP service, second opinion, mental health pathway service, and physiotherapy consultations.
  • Life Assurance Policy, including Bereavement Counselling and Probate Helpline.
  • Company Share Incentive Plan and Save as You Earn Scheme.
  • Wellbeing initiatives, including access to the Aviva Wellbeing App and the addition of mental health support for all employees plus regular activities across all sites to support and promote well-being.
  • Employee discounts scheme (including access to an additional wellbeing hub).
  • Excellent Learning & Development opportunities.

If your skills and experience match this Senior Electronics Engineer opportunity, we encourage you to apply by sending your CV to info@holtexecutive.com 

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Systems Engineer

  • South East, West Sussex, UK
  • £35000 - £45000 per annum
  • Permanent
  • V-32647

Holt Executive are partnered with a leading electro-optics design and manufacturing business, which is seeking a Systems Engineer to join their growing Systems Engineering team.

The successful Systems Engineer will be responsible for systems engineering tasks. This includes ensuring the system meets customer needs by guaranteeing a cohesive design that integrates mechanical, electrical, and software aspects.

Key Responsibilities for the Systems Engineer:

  • Requirements Capture and management.
  • Functional and Physical Systems Architecture Design and Definition.
  • System Modelling.
  • Development of Engineering Management Plans (Safety Management, Test Integration & Acceptance, Technical Risk
  • Management).
  • Gathering of verification evidence for System Requirements.
  • Creation of Procurement Specifications for sub-systems and components.
  • Writing test specifications.
  • Conducting Design reviews.
  • Environmental Qualification Plans (EMC, Temperature, Shock & Vibration).

Key Skills and Experience for the Systems Engineer:

Essential

  • A relevant degree in Engineering or physical sciences.
  • 1 -3 years’ systems engineering experience in a defence engineering (or similar) company.
  • Proficient in the use of requirements management tools (DOORS, Visure or R4J).
  • Work package management in JIRA.
  • Proficient in Report Writing.

Desirable

  • A good degree in Engineering or physical sciences.
  • 1 to 3 years of systems engineering experience in a defence engineering (or similar) company.
  • Proficient in the use of requirements management tools (DOORS, Visure or R4J).
  • Work package management in JIRA.
  • Proficient in Report Writing.

Company Benefits:

  • 37.5 hour working week and lunchtime finishes on a Friday.
  • 28 days annual leave and Christmas closure.
  • Employee Help@Hand Service gives you and your family access to four key services including remote GP service, second opinion, mental health pathway service, and physiotherapy consultations.
  • Life Assurance Policy, including Bereavement Counselling and Probate Helpline.
  • Company Share Incentive Plan and Save as You Earn Scheme.
  • Wellbeing initiatives, including access to the Aviva Wellbeing App and the addition of mental health support for all employees plus regular activities across all sites to support and promote well-being.
  • Employee discounts scheme (including access to an additional wellbeing hub).
  • Excellent Learning & Development opportunities.

If your skills and experience match this Systems Engineer opportunity, we encourage you to apply by sending your CV to info@holtexecutive.com

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Senior Mechanical Design Engineer

  • South East, West Sussex, UK
  • £45000 - £58000 per annum
  • Permanent
  • V-32646

Join a Leading Electro-Optics Company as a Senior Mechanical Design Engineer in West Sussex

Holt Executive are partnered with a leading electro-optics design and manufacturing business, which is seeking a Senior Mechanical Design Engineer to join their skilled engineering team to collaborate on designing and building innovative systems.

Key Responsibilities for the Senior Mechanical Design Engineer:

  • Innovative design skills in electro-mechanical mechanisms and precision machinery.
  • Technical lead within a small, mixed-discipline, project design team to produce quality design solutions in line with cost, time, and quality requirements.
  • Lead in the creation of designs in 3D CAD using SolidWorks software.
  • Lead and work in collaboration with the team to perform classical engineering analysis on designs, including stress, fatigue & vibration using conventional analysis and computer simulation.
  • Perform lab testing for verification and conformance of design outputs to meet the design inputs.
  • Be responsible for leading and developing engineering reports to support new product designs, failure investigation and any other formal documentation to support customer requirements.
  • Coordinate with wider engineering teams to integrate electronic, control and drive systems into equipment designs.
  • Provide support for the production, test, and field engineering teams. Support the sales teams with bids and quotations.
  • Work with project managers and sales teams to provide time estimates for design activities and keep appraised of progress.
  • Support and assist the Sales Team in producing proposals and quotations/sales literature.
  • Take the lead with responsibility for the timely delivery of outputs within defined deadlines.

Key Skills and Experience for the Senior Mechanical Design Engineer:

Essential

  • Experience in the design of complex mechanisms and structures.
  • Proven experience in the design of systems from original concept design, produced from a specification, through to production in a lead role.
  • Ability to analyse the loads on, and design solutions for drive mechanisms and motor systems.
  • Understand the application of machining, casting, fabrication, and moulding techniques.
  • Have experience in the use of a 3D CAD system (ideally SolidWorks).
  • Strong understanding of the technical work being conducted and related activities.
  • Ability to lead the technical activities of a project design team, controlling workload and design output.

Desirable 

  • Experience in designing for use in harsh environments.
  • Experience working in the Defence or related sectors, particularly in R&D and manufacturing, such as scientific equipment manufacturers, special purpose machine builders or high-end customisation companies.
  • Experience and knowledge of coaching in support of talent development within the team.
  • Previous experience in a similar level position in a ‘Senior’ level role, preferably in a small or medium-sized company and/or relevant business model.

Company Benefits:

  • 37.5 hour working week and lunchtime finishes on a Friday.
  • 28 days annual leave and Christmas closure.
  • Employee Help@Hand Service gives you and your family access to 4 key services including remote GP service, second opinion, mental health pathway service, and physiotherapy consultations.
  • Life Assurance Policy, including Bereavement Counselling and Probate Helpline.
  • Company Share Incentive Plan and Save as You Earn Scheme.
  • Wellbeing initiatives, including access to the Aviva Wellbeing App and the addition of mental health support for all employees plus regular activities across all sites to support and promote well-being.
  • Employee discounts scheme (including access to an additional wellbeing hub).
  • Excellent Learning & Development opportunities.

If your skills and experience match this Senior Mechanical Design Engineer opportunity, we encourage you to apply by sending your CV to info@holtexecutive.com

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Mechanical Design Engineer

  • South East, West Sussex, UK
  • £35000 - £45000 per annum
  • Permanent
  • V-32645

Join a Leading Electro-Optics Company as a Mechanical Design Engineer in West Sussex

Holt Executive are partnered with a leading electro-optics design and manufacturing business, which is seeking a Mechanical Design Engineer to join their skilled engineering team to collaborate on designing and building innovative systems.

Key Responsibilities for the Mechanical Design Engineer:

  • Work with the team to perform classical engineering analysis on designs including stress, fatigue & vibration using conventional analysis and computer simulation.
  • Produce detailed engineering and assembly drawings for manufacturing and perform lab testing for verification and conformance of design outputs to meet the design inputs.
  • Assist with developing engineering reports to support new product designs, failure investigation and any other formal documentation to support customer requirements.
  • Liaise with wider engineering teams to integrate electronic, control and drive systems into equipment designs.
  • Have experience of working within a closely integrated, mixed-discipline, project design team to produce quality design solutions in line with cost, time, and quality requirements.
  • Provide support for the production, test, and field engineering teams. Support the sales teams with bids and quotations.
  • Assist with creating designs in 3D CAD using SolidWorks software.

Key Skills and Experience for the Mechanical Design Engineer:

Essential

  • Have more than 2 years of experience working in an engineering role.
  • Have experience in the design of complex mechanisms and structures for use in harsh environments – preferably in the defence industry.
  • Have proven experience in the design of systems from original concept design, produced from a specification, through to production.
  • Can analyse the loads on, and design solutions for, items such as gear drives bearings and motors.
  • Be able to demonstrate an understanding of the application of machining, casting, fabrication, and moulding techniques.  Have experience in the use of the SolidWorks CAD system.
  • Ability to consult with customers verbally and in writing effectively, producing reports and participating in formal design reviews.

Desirable 

  • Have experience designing equipment for use in harsh environments.
  • Experience working in the Defence or related sectors, particularly in R&D and manufacturing, such as scientific equipment manufacturers, special purpose machine builders or high-end customisation companies.
  • Have more than 5 years of experience working in an engineering role.

 Company Benefits:

  • 37.5 hour working week and lunchtime finishes on a Friday.
  • 28 days annual leave and Christmas closure.
  • Employee Help@Hand Service gives you and your family access to 4 key services including remote GP service, second opinion, mental health pathway service, and physiotherapy consultations.
  • Life Assurance Policy, including Bereavement Counselling and Probate Helpline.
  • Company Share Incentive Plan and Save as You Earn Scheme.
  • Wellbeing initiatives, including access to the Aviva Wellbeing App and the addition of mental health support for all employees plus regular activities across all sites to support and promote well-being.
  • Employee discounts scheme (including access to an additional wellbeing hub).
  • Excellent Learning & Development opportunities.

If your skills and experience match this Mechanical Design Engineer opportunity, we encourage you to apply by sending your CV to info@holtexecutive.com 

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Production Controller

  • South East, West Sussex, UK
  • £30000 - £36000 per annum
  • Permanent
  • V-32641

Do you thrive in a fast-paced environment where you keep production running smoothly?

If so, then this Production Controller role is perfect for you!

Holt Executive are partnered with a leading electro-optics design and manufacturing business, who are seeking a Production Controller to join their team in West Sussex.

The Production Controller will be responsible for the entire production process ensuring everything runs efficiently and on time. You’ll translate sales orders into clear production requirements, working closely with the supply chain team to source materials and meet customer deadlines.

Key Responsibilities for the Production Controller:

  • Analyse sales order details to generate clear production requirements and comprehensive planning schedules.
  • Determine purchasing and production needs to meet deadlines and budget constraints for each project.
  • Plan overall production requirements for multiple projects while ensuring efficiency.
  • Organising kitting for shop-built assemblies ensuring kits are in a suitable state for manufacture.
  • Collaborate with the supply chain team to secure necessary components for production.
  • Track purchase progress and ensure timely acquisition of materials.
  • Organising delivery documentation ensuring all customer order requirements are met.
  • Liaise with production and engineering teams to address manufacturing procedures and troubleshoot issues.
  • Assist with the planning of the internal Machine Shop.
  • Prepare cost-to-date and cost-to-complete reports for accurate project budgeting.
  • Assist with the generation of new procedure, methods, and flow diagrams for the MRP system.
  • Ensure that all documentation adheres to BS EN9001 quality standards.

Key Skills and Experience for the Production Controller:

Essential

  • Ability to read manufacturing drawings is required.
  • Experienced in the use of ERP/MRP systems.

 Desirable 

  • Ideally HNC qualified or equivalent in Engineering, Manufacturing or Production.
  • Previous experience of production control in a highly regulated environment with electro-mechanical equipment is highly desirable.
  • A background in an engineered to order/build to order production environment is desirable.

 Company Benefits:

  • 37.5 hour working week and lunchtime finishes on a Friday.
  • 28 days annual leave.
  • Christmas closure.
  • Employee Help@Hand Service gives you and your family access to 4 key services including remote GP service, second opinion, mental health pathway service, and physiotherapy consultations.
  • Life Assurance Policy, including Bereavement Counselling and Probate Helpline.
  • Company Share Incentive Plan and Save as You Earn Scheme.
  • Wellbeing initiatives, including access to the Aviva Wellbeing App and the addition of mental health support for all employees plus regular activities across all sites to support and promote well-being.
  • Employee discounts scheme (including access to an additional wellbeing hub).
  • Excellent Learning & Development opportunities.

If your skills and experience match this Production Controller opportunity, we encourage you to apply by sending your CV to info@holtexecutive.com 

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