Manufacturing Capability Manager
Posted on Jun 11, 2019 by CV-Library
SALARY/RATE AND BENEFITS: Up to £400 per day PAYE
YOU MUST HAVE THE FOLLOWING:Proven track record of manufacture in a nuclear / regulated environment or other similar high integrity industry,
IDEALLY YOU ALSO HAVE:Experience of manufacturing in the UK Nuclear Industry / large infrastructure projects
COMPANY INFORMATION: EDF Energy
The success of the HPC Project is dependent on the on the manufacture and delivery of a large volume of Nuclear Classified equipment to the HPC site on time and in line with all the necessary design and quality requirements.
The Manufacturing Capability Manager is responsible for the development and implementation of a consistent set of arrangements to support all manufacturing activities at HPC. You will provide strategic level support to the Equipment Programme and to all other programmes that undertake off site manufacturing activities as part of their overall scope of delivery.
The Manufacturing Capability Manager will lead the Manufacturing Control Centre and will be based in the Bristol area. Travel will be required to the Edvance organisation and the extensive HPC Supply Chain with locations in Europe and wider afield in order to develop working relationships and gain support, information and examples of best practice.
The role will require close coordination with the Manufacturing Hub in Paris.
The Manufacturing Capability Manager will work with a wide range of internal stakeholders including the Responsible Designer, Manufacturing Inspection, Direction Industrial, Quality, Supply Chain and the HPC project delivery team to develop the necessary
End to End Manufacturing processes and associated procedures.
IT Tools and Capability
Data and Reporting
Building successful collaborative relationships with these teams and the wider HPC organisation will be critical to ensuring success in this role.
The Manufacturing Capability Manager will have a significant role in delivering Nuclear Safety on HPC by supporting the development of a consistent approach to Quality and associated Lifetime Records, so enabling regulatory requirements to be discharged.
The Manufacturing Capability Manager will ensure that manufacturing processes are part of our continuous improvement arrangements and lessons learnt from other related industries are addressed.
Framework - Boundaries
The role will evolve during the lifecycle of the project. At the earlier stages, the post holder will define an End to End process for manufacturing using their knowledge and experience and that of others. The Manufacturing Capability Manager will work with the Equipment Programme Director and other key stakeholders to define the team structure and recruit suitably qualified and experienced personnel to fill the roles. Following this, the post holder will lead the team and provide direct support to the delivery organisation.
The Manufacturing Capability Manager will be responsible for ensuring that any deliverables from their team are provided on time and in accordance with the project’s requirements. This will include giving support to his team and contract partners.
The Manufacturing Capability Manager will assist and advise the Programme Directors on topics related to manufacturing.
The role is accountable to the Equipment Programme Director and is required to:-
Assist in the development and optimisation of the Equipment Programme and manage delivery to meet key targets within the work programme.
Define and develop a consistent lifecycle view for equipment manufacture and an associated End to End Process.
Align processes and procedures with best practices and UK, French and Chinese experience. Liaise at all levels with the UK nuclear regulator.
Develop and maintain a set of processes and procedures that support the End to End Process.
Contribute to the Project Delivery Model for Manufacturing Equipment that incorporates the proposed Manufacturing Control Centre.
Identify and be develop the necessary IT Solutions to support Manufacturing.
Work with internal stakeholders to maintain alignment with a particular focus on
Proven track record of manufacture in a nuclear / regulated environment or other similar high integrity industry,
Knowledge of UK approach to manufacturing
Evidence of working with UK regulators
Track record of delivering within a technically complex and dynamic environment whilst ensuring high levels of safety, security and environmental responsibility,
Significant leadership experience
Demonstrable history of working within safety and quality cultures
Track record of major project delivery in a technical role
Commercial awareness with an understanding of the impact of change
Good presentation, influencing and facilitation skills.
Excellent communication and organisational skills, able to develop relationships and maintain effective networks.
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