Up to £35,000 subject to experience
Recruit12 are excited to present a new opportunity for a Change Co-ordinator to join a market leader with the intention to fully review the change process and ensure as growth commences; the processes, systems, and reviews are in place to manage accordingly. The role will also be pivotal in introducing any future change management software.
As a Change Co-ordinator, your main responsibilities will include:
- Working cross-departmentally to coordinate the product change management system, ensuring the product technical design enhancements are implemented
- Maintains a database/register of requested changes to engineering drawings, specifications, BOM’s and design control elements
- Managing and maintaining part information throughout the lifecycle phase (including Bill of Materials –BOM)
- Leads daily change workshops and clears roadblocks and delivers weekly management review report
- Supports functions in developing robust change packages
- Forms part of the value add / value engineering working team (VAVE)
- Support Engineering, Business Functions, and the Programme Management teams in defining, creating, scheduling, maintaining and controlling engineering changes throughout the business
- Liaise with business functions
To be successful as a Change C-Ordinator, you must have:
- The proven ability to deliver value-added results and make informed decisions; manages tasks from concept to completion
- A strong understanding of engineering change management principles and experience with BOM structures and ECO / CCN
- Leads daily change workshops
- Experience in delivering weekly management review report
- Having APMP/Prince2/MSP/Change Management Practitioner or equivalent would be advantageous.
If you are excited by the prospect of joining an international organization as a Moulding Setter, please apply immediately.
Recruit12 is a recruitment specialist working within the Automotive, Aerospace, and World-Class manufacturing sectors.
Important: Please note Recruit12 is only able to place into employment candidates that have a valid EU passport, a European Economic Area (EEA) passport, or a valid UK visa.