Vacancies

Production Engineer - Chessington

Requirement: -

An opportunity has arisen for a high-performing Production Engineer to join a long established company with a world leading reputation for the design, development and build of deep hole drilling machines, cutting tools and a provider of precision subcontract machining, based in Chessington, Surrey.

Working within the company’s Subcontract division the successful candidate will be part of a dynamic engineering team to ensure manufacturing processes and procedures are optimised for blue chip customers in sectors as diverse as oil and gas, nuclear, automotive, and subsea telecommunications.  

This is an outstanding opportunity to become part of a growing division with opportunity for personal growth and responsibility.

Responsibilities

  •          The ability to work along with an engineering team, creating processes, production paperwork using spreadsheets and CAD drawings ensuring that manufacturing               processes are safe, lean and efficient.
  •          2d and 3d design of fixturing and tooling.
  •          Creating BOM’s and working with MRPs.
  •          New product development and testing to industry standards.
  •          Ordering material to correct specification which is commercially viable
  •          Ensuring certificate packages are correct before shipping.
  •          Liaising with expedite and shipping facilitators.
  •          Liaising and building relationships with several highly specialised subcontract suppliers.
  •          Liaising and nurturing relationships with our long-established blue-chip customers in a professional manner and ensuring deliveries meet customer expectations.

Requirements

  •          Degree or Diploma in Engineering.
  •          Solidworks competent.
  •          Solidcam competent
  •          IT literate.
  •          Experience in similar position essential.
  •          Excellent organizational and multitasking skills.
  •          Positive can-do attitude.
  •          Attention to detail and disciplined.
  •          Ability to work under strict deadlines.
  •          Excellent communication skills.

Package

  •          Salary package: Competitive salary
  •          38 hour week – 12pm finish on Fridays
  •          Pension scheme.
  •          Life Assurance
  •          Participation in company bonus scheme (subject to qualifying period).
  •          5 weeks holiday.

 

Please send your CV to vacancies@mollart.co.uk

 

 

Machine Tool Fitter /Service Engineer

Requirement:-

An opportunity has arisen for a Machine Tool Fitter/Service Engineer to join a long established company based in Chessington, Surrey with a world leading reputation for the design, development and build of deep hole drilling machines, cutting tools and a provider of precision subcontract machining.

Working within the company’s Machine Tool division based in Chessington, Surrey the role will be directly involved in the manufacture and commissioning of deep hole drilling machines of varying specifications to meet ongoing customer orders. The company has a world leading reputation for producing deep hole drilling machines to the highest quality and specification.

The role will also involve undertaking onsite installation/commission of newly manufactured deep hole drilling machines, together with servicing of already installed machines, throughout the globe. This service role will involve foreign travel for extended periods which requires a flexible and adaptable attitude.  

Skills/Responsibilities

The ideal candidate will be an apprentice trained or time served engineer educated to City & Guilds or BTEC level with relevant experience and a strong understanding of precision machine tool fitting practices.

You must possess the ability to assemble from component level using hand tools and standard measuring equipment, working to tight tolerances and appreciate the need to maintain a very high standard of workmanship.

Applicants must be able to plan and work on their own initiative with minimal supervision and accept some flexibility of working hours if required to meet customer deadlines. The individual must also be hard working and extremely reliable, possessing a proactive problem solving approach and be a strong team player.

You must be able to communicate both verbally and in writing with colleagues and when required with customers at their premises in a professional manner.

Additional skills required/expected:

  •          Hand scraping
  •          Machine alignments
  •          Installation and commissioning of machines
  •          Ability to read and understand engineering drawings
  •          Use of standard measuring equipment working to tight tolerances
  •          Turning
  •          Milling
  •          Surface grinding
  •          Hydraulic and pneumatic circuits.
  •          Basic electrical circuits and fault finding
  •          Experience of CNC and PLC controls
  •          Understand all aspects of engineering drawings and processes

Package

  •          Competitive salary
  •          Scope for significant overtime 
  •          Pension scheme
  •          Life Assurance
  •          Participation in company bonus scheme
  •          5 Weeks holiday
  •          38 Hour week with 12pm finish on Fridays

 

Please send your CV to vacancies@mollart.co.uk

 

 

Machine Tool Fitter - Apprentice

Requirement:-

An opportunity has arisen for a Machine Tool Fitter Apprentice to join a long-established company based in Chessington, Surrey with a world leading reputation for the design, development and build of deep hole drilling machines, cutting tools and a provider of precision subcontract machining.

Working within the company’s Machine Tool division based in Chessington, Surrey the role will be directly involved in the manufacture of deep hole drilling machines of varying specifications to meet ongoing customer orders. The company has a world leading reputation for producing deep hole drilling machines to the highest quality and specification.

Skills/Responsibilities

The ideal candidate will be an individual with a strong interest in engineering or previous experience in an engineering environment who wants to progress and gain experience and a strong understanding of precision machine tool fitting practices.

As you progress through your apprenticeship you will develop the ability to assemble machines from a component level using hand tools and standard measuring equipment, working to tight tolerances and appreciate the need to maintain a very high standard of workmanship.

Applicants will be expected to grasp the necessary techniques and skills required via training and supervision from staff who are currently employed in the division. The individual must also be hard working and extremely reliable, possessing a proactive problem-solving approach, a willingness to learn, ability to take onboard instructions, proactively use these skills and instructions under minimal supervision, plus to be a strong team player. Some flexibility of working hours maybe required to meet customer deadlines.

You must be able to communicate both verbally and in writing with colleagues.

Skills that will be acquired and which are a key element of the ongoing nature of this role are:

  •          Hand scraping
  •          Machine alignments
  •          Ability to read and understand engineering drawings
  •          Use of standard measuring equipment working to tight tolerances
  •          Turning
  •          Milling
  •          Surface grinding
  •          Hydraulic and pneumatic circuits.
  •          Understand all aspects of engineering drawings and processes

Package

  •          Competitive salary
  •          Enrolment in relevant College course
  •          Scope for overtime 
  •          Auto enrolment Pension scheme
  •          Life Assurance
  •          Participation in company bonus scheme
  •          5 Weeks holiday
  •          38 Hour week with 12pm finish on Fridays

 

Please send your CV to vacancies@mollart.co.uk

 

Machine Tool Fitter - Trainee

Requirement:-

An opportunity has arisen for a Trainee Machine Tool Fitter to join a long established company based in Chessington, Surrey with a world leading reputation for the design, development and build of deep hole drilling machines, cutting tools and a provider of precision subcontract machining.

Working within the company’s Machine Tool division based in Chessington, Surrey the role will be directly involved in the manufacture of deep hole drilling machines of varying specifications to meet ongoing customer orders. The company has a world leading reputation for producing deep hole drilling machines to the highest quality and specification.

Skills/Responsibilities

The ideal candidate will be an apprentice trained or time served engineer educated to City & Guilds or BTEC level with relevant experience and wanting to develop a skill set in relation to precision machine tool fitting practices.

You must possess the ability to use hand tools and standard measuring equipment, working to tight tolerances and appreciate the need to maintain a very high standard of workmanship.

Applicants will be expected to grasp the necessary techniques and skills required via training and supervision from staff who are currently employed in the division. The individual must also be hard working and extremely reliable, possessing a proactive problem-solving approach, a willingness to learn, ability to take onboard instructions, proactively use these skills and instructions under minimal supervision, plus to be a strong team player. Some flexibility of working hours maybe required to meet customer deadlines.

You must be able to communicate both verbally and in writing with colleagues and act in a professional manner.

Skills that are a key element of the ongoing nature of this role are listed below. Existing skills of this nature would be advantageous but will be developed as part of the role.  

  •          Hand scraping
  •          Machine alignments
  •          Ability to read and understand engineering drawings
  •          Use of standard measuring equipment working to tight tolerances
  •          Turning
  •          Milling
  •          Surface grinding
  •          Hydraulic and pneumatic circuits.
  •          Basic electrical circuits and fault finding
  •          Experience of CNC and PLC controls
  •          Understand all aspects of engineering drawings and processes

 Package

  •          Competitive salary.
  •          Scope for significant overtime
  •          Pension scheme
  •          Life Assurance
  •          Participation in company bonus scheme
  •          5 Weeks holiday
  •          38 Hour week with 12pm finish on Fridays

 

Please send your CV to vacancies@mollart.co.uk

 

Manual Deburr/Toolmaker  

Requirement: - 

An opportunity has arisen for a highly skilled, motivated and dynamic manual deburr / toolmaker position at Mollart Engineering, Chessington.

The role involves the deburr and fettle of very complex components for the oil and gas industry and being able to read and interpret drawings and work to a very high standard.

Working predominantly within the company’s subcontract division the CNC engineer will need to work within a team.

Responsibilities

  • Read and interpret complex drawings

  • Work to very tight tolerances 

  • Be confident and proficient in the use of hand deburr tools 

  • Work closely with the quality department 

  • Liaise with engineering to understand complexity of components

Requirements

  • Preferably apprentice trained toolmaker

  • Implement new methodology into the deburr department 

  • Excellent organisational and multitasking skills.

  • Positive can-do attitude.

  • Attention to detail and disciplined.

  • Ability to work under strict deadlines.

  • Excellent communication skills.

Package

  • Salary package: Great Salary, request on application, depending on experience.

  • Overtime @ time and a half.

  • Pension scheme.

  • Life Assurance.

  • Participation in a company bonus scheme

  

Please send your CV to vacancies@mollart.co.uk

 

 

Quality Control Inspector 

Requirement: - 

An opportunity has arisen for a highly motivated and dynamic Quality Control Inspector to join a join a long established company with a world leading reputation for the design, development and build of deep hole drilling machines, cutting tools and a provider of precision subcontract machining.

Working predominantly within the company’s Subcontract Precision Engineering division the Quality Control Inspector will work with a dedicated team supplying highly complex drilled machined parts to large blue chip customers in sectors including Oil & Gas, Nuclear, Automotive and Telecommunications.

Due to continued growth the company requires this Quality Control Inspector to work directly with the team of late shift Precision Machinists, to assist the completion and flow of machined parts to its customers.

 Responsibilities

  • Create, load, examine and modify CMM programmes
  • Carry out first off inspection
  • Carry out first article inspection reports.
  • Identify and report errors.
  • Suggest and implement improvements.
  • Adhere to company quality procedures.
  • Used to working to fine tolerances in a range of materials.
  • Be familiar with a wide range of measuring equipment and confident with its use.
  • Able to work under own initiative.

Requirements

  • Preferably apprentice trained quality inspector / mechanical inspector.

  • Experienced with CMM programming / operating.

  • Excellent organisational and multitasking skills.

  • Positive can-do attitude.

  • Attention to detail and disciplined.

  • Ability to work under strict deadlines.

  • Excellent communication skills.

Package

  • Competitive Salary package depending on experience.

  • Scope for significant overtime 

  • Pension scheme

  • Life Assurance

  • Participation in company bonus scheme (subject to qualifying period)

  • 5 Weeks holiday

 

Please send your CV to vacancies@mollart.co.uk

 

 

Mechanical Design Engineer

Requirement: -

An opportunity has arisen for a high-performing experienced Mechanical Design Engineer to join a long established company with a world leading reputation for the design, development and build of deep hole drilling machines, cutting tools and a provider of precision subcontract machining, based in Chessington, Surrey.

Working within the company’s Machine Tool division the successful candidate will be part of a dynamic engineering team involved in the design and build of a range of Machine Tool products for blue chip customers in sectors including automotive, medical and biomass. The company has a world leading reputation for producing deep hole drilling machines to the highest quality and specification.

This is an outstanding opportunity to become part of a growing division with the opportunity for personal growth and responsibility.

Responsibilities

  •         The ability to work along with an engineering team, creating processes, production paperwork using spreadsheets and CAD drawings ensuring that manufacturing processes are safe, lean and  efficient.
  •          2d and 3d design of fixturing and tooling.
  •          Creating BOM’s and working with MRPs.
  •          New product development and testing to industry standards.
  •          Ordering material to correct specification which is commercially viable
  •          Liaising and building relationships with several highly specialised subcontract suppliers.
  •          Liaising and nurturing relationships with our long-established blue-chip customers in a professional manner and ensuring deliveries meet customer expectations.

Requirements

  •          Time served / Engineering Degree
  •          Solidworks competent
  •          IT literate
  •          Previous experience in similar position preferred.
  •          Excellent organizational and multitasking skills.
  •          Positive can-do attitude
  •          Attention to detail and disciplined
  •          Ability to work under strict deadlines.
  •          Excellent communication skills

Package

  •          Salary package: Competitive salary.
  •          38 hour week – 12pm finish on Fridays
  •          Pension scheme.
  •          Life Assurance
  •          Participation in company bonus scheme (subject to qualifying period).
  •          5 weeks holiday.

 

Please send your CV to vacancies@mollart.co.uk