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Workshop and Production Manager

Workshop and Production Manager

LOCATION: Ely, Cambridgeshire

POSITION TYPE: Full-time, permanent

HOURS OF WORK: 0900-1700 Monday to Friday


Workshop and Production Manager

Job Function:

You will be responsible for managing a team of staff, workshop activities, workshop equipment and tooling. You will be Responsible for all production/manufacturing activities both in house and outside the offices, You will be responsible for  both current and new products ensuring that all appropriate customer requirements, company standards, and HSE considerations are applied and adhered to. You will ensure products are manufactured in an economical and timely manner; ensuring company quality standards are met.


Main duties & responsibilities:

Your core responsibilities include:

Staff management.

  • Manage the day to day activities of your staff in line with company policies, procedures and company handbook.
  • Lead and motivate your team ensuring the business and contract needs are met.
  • Organise & provide training and support where required.
  • Set individual and team performance objectives.
  • Monitor and record staff performance and time keeping.

Production management.

  • Coordinate Production activities working closely with other department managers ensuring the deliverables are met.
  • Prepare production documentation for individual orders (batches) based on Master Product documents, liaise with Engineering and R&D departments, and issue them for production
  • Oversee the production process through to Test and Despatch
  • Monitoring and record production labour costs.
  • Manage and keep records of production and contract activities. Via paper and electronic means, including Sage software.
  • Be the custodian of production procedures inclusive of authoring and revision of procedures where necessary
  • Participation in Health, Safety & Environmental issues
  • Ensure staff adhere to all PPE requirements.
  • Participate in assembly and test where required.
  • Provide production reports as required
  • Investigate and establish new ways of working including new staff participation, new processes and tools.
  • Carry out time and motion studies

Workshop facility management.

  • Maintain the workshop in a tidy organised manner at all times.
  • Adhere to QHSE requirements at all times.
  • Manage  all workshop activities including those undertaken by other departments within the business
  • Manage and control workshop access
  • Manage workshop budgets
  • Work closely with the quality manager , ensuring inspections and  conformance is maintained
  • Manage and maintain all workshop tools and equipment in a tidy controlled manner. Maintain all records
  • Participate in company conformance checks

Skills:

  • Ability to follow Policies & procedures
  • Technical skills including hands on.
  • Production coordination skills
  • Organisation and efficiency
  • Leadership skills
  • Problem solving and decision making
  • IT and numerical skills
  • Communication skills
     

Qualifications:

Minimum HND  such as business management, electrical, electronic, mechanical, process or production engineering,

 

We offer a modern, completely refurbished and spacious working environment with free staff parking, within walking distance to Ely rail station.  Other benefits include 25 days annual leave (in addition to Bank Holidays), Contributory Auto-Enrolment Pension Scheme, Cycle to Work Scheme and optional healthcare.

To apply, please submit CV and covering letter to Ruchi Gaur, Group HR Manager, to recruitment@oghl.co.uk  

 

***SORRY, NO AGENCIES PLEASE***

All applicants must be eligible to live and work in the UK. Documented evidence of eligibility will be required from candidates as part of the recruitment process (i.e. visa, EU passport, residency permit etc.)

A copy of our Privacy Notice for Job Applicants can be found on our web site at: http://www.ogsl.com/privacy-notice

KTP Associate - Ultrasonic Engineering

KTP Associate - Ultrasonic Engineering

LOCATION: Ely, Cambridgeshire

POSITION TYPE: 36 months fixed contract

HOURS OF WORK: 0900-1700 Monday to Friday


KTP Associate - Ultrasonic Engineering

Do you have a strong background in ultrasonics at PhD level? Are you a multi-talented candidate keen to join a dynamic, interdisciplinary team of scientists and engineers to develop disruptive technologies of tomographic applications with end users in the oil & gas industry?

We have an opportunity for you to ‘fast track’ your career in industry by leading a strategically important project to a successful conclusion. Through a Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP), you will be working in partnership with Oil & Gas Measurement Ltd. and the School of Electronic and Electrical Engineering, University of Leeds, one of the UK’s leading research intensive universities. This will provide an excellent opportunity for you to utilise your academic achievements in an industry setting.

Oil & Gas Measurement Ltd. (OGM) produces high quality products for the Oil & Gas Industry Custody Transfer applications. The KTP will develop and optimise a Wide-Band UltraSonic Tomography (WBUST), algorithm and hardware for Multiphase Flow Metering (MPFM) for application in the oil and gas industry. You will be working as an integral part of a team making decisions on the design and user experience of automated and predictive flow metering platforms focussing on the development of embedded firmware and software.

You will be based at the company premises in Ely, Cambridgeshire, but will be employed by the University of Leeds for the duration of the project, a fixed period of 36 months, spending no more than 7 months total at the University, in short periods. Travel between Cambridge and Leeds, and accommodation in Leeds, will be funded. The School of Electronic and Electrical Engineering will provide academic and technical support to you throughout the project. 

You will have access to a training and development package worth £6,000, to be spent according to your needs and the project’s requirements, enabling you to work effectively on the KTP, and to plan for your future career. Additionally, you will attend two weeks of residential KTP training to equip you with the skills and knowledge required to complete the project successfully, for which time is allocated and funding provided.

In addition to the challenges of the post, you will be expected to work towards a chartered membership of an appropriate professional body.

OGM offers a supported programme towards Chartered Engineer status, as well as a discretionary annual performance-based bonus.

To explore the post further or for any queries you may have, please contact: 

Dr David Cowell
Email: D.M.J.Cowell@leeds.ac.uk, phone: +44 (0) 113 343 4965

Professor Steven Freear
Email: S.Freear@leeds.ac.uk, phone: +44 (0) 113 343 2076

Dr Wes Maru
Email: Wes.Maru@oghl.co.uk, phone: +44 (0) 1353 887847

Junior Expeditor

Junior Expeditor

LOCATION: Ely, Cambridgeshire

POSITION TYPE: Full-time, permanent

HOURS OF WORK: 0900-1700 Monday to Friday


Junior Expeditor

We are looking for a Junior Expeditor to expedite goods and services, to ensure timely delivery, and provide accurate reporting.

Main duties and responsibilities include:-

  • Expediting PO’s in a timely manner, recording acknowledgements to PO’s and making any necessary amendments
  • Have direct customer engagement in order to assess, prioritise, coordinate and improve delivery dates
  • Assist in recovering and sustaining on-time supply
  • Helping to identify root cause for delays and negotiate resolution
  • Responsible for ensuring expediting records are maintained accurately and kept up to date
  • Generate purchase orders
  • General administration duties
  • Communicate with departments at different levels
  • Provide assistance to buyer where required
  • Cover for projects assistant during absence
  • Provide detailed and accurate reports relating to deliveries and rejection rates

Candidate requirements:-

  • Secondary Education - GSCE / O Level / AS - A Level.
  • Computer literacy.
  • Confident.
  • Organisational skills.
  • Previous experience is not essential as full training will be provided.
  • This role would suit someone who has completed an engineering apprenticeship and is looking to move into an office role, or a school leaver who is interested in working in an engineering environment.

We offer a modern, completely refurbished and spacious working environment with free staff parking, within walking distance to Ely rail station.  Other benefits include 25 days annual leave (in addition to Bank Holidays), Contributory Auto-Enrolment Pension Scheme, Cycle to Work Scheme and optional healthcare.

To apply, please submit CV and covering letter to Ruchi Gaur, Group HR Manager, to recruitment@oghl.co.uk  

 

***SORRY, NO AGENCIES PLEASE***

All applicants must be eligible to live and work in the UK. Documented evidence of eligibility will be required from candidates as part of the recruitment process (i.e. visa, EU passport, residency permit etc.)

A copy of our Privacy Notice for Job Applicants can be found on our web site at: http://www.ogsl.com/privacy-notice

Instrument Engineer

Instrument Engineer

LOCATION: Ely, Cambridgeshire

POSITION TYPE: Full-time, permanent

HOURS OF WORK: 0900-1700 Monday to Friday


Instrument Engineer

We are seeking an Instrument Engineer to be responsible for the engineering and selection of instrumentation for our skid packages, to join our team based in Ely, Cambridgeshire.

Such instrumentation includes Pressure, Temperature, Level & Flow equipment, and also Control Valves, Pressure Relief Valves, Actuated Valves, and much more…

Main duties and Responsibilities:

  • Conceptual instrumentation scope review at the proposals stage to determine the requirements for all instrument design.
  • Ensuring that best industry practice and Health, Safety & Environmental considerations are applied and adhered to.
  • Detailed instrument design work throughout the life of each project in support of the Project Manager/Engineer, providing solutions to issues that may arise.
  • Working collaboratively within our multidiscipline Engineering Team.
  • Preparation & checking of drawings & documents produced “in-house” relating to instruments and their installation.
  • Checking of drawings, documents & certification produced by instrument suppliers.
  • Providing engineering support and resolution of technical issues relating to instrumentation.
  • Custodian for templates relating to instrumentation documentation.
  • Review and interpretation of customer specifications and national & international codes, to ensure full compliance.
  • Selection of instrumentation & services relating to installation & testing.
  • Assisting our Purchasing Team with quotations for instrumentation from suppliers & sub-contractors.
  • Reviewing plant layout with respect to instrumentation requirements.
  • Understanding of hazardous areas and the design of instrumentation for use in hazardous areas, including ATEX, NEC & IEC requirements.
  • Attendance at key meetings such as clarifications, handovers, design reviews and close out, both in-house and with Customers.
  • Participation and attendance during inspection & testing of instrumentation.

 

We offer a modern, completely refurbished and spacious working environment with free staff parking, within walking distance to Ely rail station.  Other benefits include 25 days annual leave (in addition to Bank Holidays), Contributory Auto-Enrolment Pension Scheme, Cycle to Work Scheme and optional healthcare.

To apply, please submit CV and covering letter to Ruchi Gaur, Group HR Manager, to recruitment@oghl.co.uk 

All applicants must be eligible to live and work in the UK. Documented evidence of eligibility will be required from candidates as part of the recruitment process (i.e. visa, EU passport, residency permit etc.)

A copy of our Privacy Notice for Job Applicants can be found on our web site at: http://www.ogsl.com/privacy-notice

Senior Applications Engineer - LNG Products

Senior Applications Engineer - LNG Products

LOCATION: Ely, Cambridgeshire

POSITION TYPE: Full-time, permanent

HOURS OF WORK: 0900-1700 Monday to Friday


Senior Firmware Engineer - FPGA Specialist

Senior Firmware Engineer - FPGA Specialist

LOCATION: Ely, Cambridgeshire

POSITION TYPE: Full-time, permanent

HOURS OF WORK: 0900-1700 Monday to Friday


Technical Expeditor

Technical Expeditor

LOCATION: Ely, Cambridgeshire

POSITION TYPE: Full-time, permanent

HOURS OF WORK: 0900-1700 Monday to Friday


Senior Mechanical Design Engineer

Senior Mechanical Design Engineer

LOCATION: Ely, Cambridgeshire

POSITION TYPE: Full-time, permanent

HOURS OF WORK: 0900-1700 Monday to Friday


Senior Mechanical Design Engineer

Along with producing the highest quality of components, OGM offers front-end consultancy, prototyping, in- house testing and accompanies these services with cutting-edge scientific research. Staffed by a wholly independent team of engineers and scientists, OGM provides products to meet both the current and future needs of the petro-chemical industries.

Oil & Gas Measurement Limited (OGM) and its sister systems company, Oil & Gas Systems Limited (OGS), are both based at our premises in Ely, just north of Cambridge. Oil & Gas Holdings (OGH) is the corporate holding company to both OGS and OGM, which also has other associated companies in the oil and gas industry worldwide.

We are seeking an experienced Senior Mechanical Design Engineer to join our engineering design team providing mechanical design support for the oil and gas industry.

The Senior Mechanical Design Engineer will be involved in taking responsibility for design; starting from initial 3D modelling and 2D drafting of concepts right through to detailed design for production, with a focus on design for manufacture / assembly (DFM/A). The design work will include the following:

  • Development of new products
  • Re-design of existing products for improvements and/or cost reductions
  • Customising existing product(s) for a customer with specific needs
  • Development of jigs, fixtures for product test and manufacture

Reporting to the Engineering Manager and working closely with other departments, this mechanical design role will involve:

  • 3D modelling using Autodesk Inventor
  • 2D drafting using AutoCAD Mechanical
  • Producing detailed designs for the production of products to relevant codes and standards
  • Production of design calculations to relevant directives and codes
  • Production of technical files
  • Production of BOMs
  • Production of manuals, test procedures and reports
  • Checking and approving designs and calculations

Candidates applying will ideally hold a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent, preferably in Mechanical Engineering and are most likely to have at least 10 years’ experience in mechanical design within the oil and gas (or related) industry, coupled with a sound knowledge of ASME codes/standards, British, European and ISO codes and standards. A sound background in mechanical product design, along with a high level of experience in 3D modelling is essential, preferably using Autodesk Inventor and AutoCAD but other packages could be considered. In addition, you will ideally have knowledge and experience of using Autodesk Vault Professional.

We are seeking a person who is able to undertake hand calculations when required and has a good understanding of manufacturing, welding and fabrication techniques. DFM/DFA is an important aspect of this role, including the knowledge and experience of interfacing with manufacturing companies in parts fabrication and production, in order that the design process takes into account manufacturing and assembly processes.

Production of products is at a low to medium volume so a good understanding of design for production vs. producing ‘one of a kind’ is advantageous.

Whilst you will work partly on an individual basis, there will be a need for team-working, therefore, good communication skills are a must, in order to exchange technical ideas and concepts both in writing and orally. You will have an organised work style with great attention to detail and you will possess the drive and commitment to maintain a task’s momentum in order to meet deadlines. The ability to adapt to change and refocus, when required, will also be expected.

We offer a modern, completely refurbished and spacious working environment with free staff parking, within walking distance to Ely rail station. Other benefits include 25 days annual leave (in addition to Bank Holidays), Contributory Auto-Enrolment Pension Scheme, Cycle to Work Scheme and optional healthcare.

To apply, please submit CV and covering letter to recruitment@oghl.co.uk

 

***SORRY, NO AGENCIES PLEASE***

All applicants must be eligible to live and work in the UK. Documented evidence of eligibility will be required from candidates as part of the recruitment process, such as EU Passport, UK Residency Permit etc.

A copy of our Privacy Notice for Job Applicants can be found on our web site at: http://www.oilandgasmeasurement.com/job-vacancies