Triumph Group Systems & Support

  • Based in Deeside
  • Travel to other Triumph sites will be required
  • Hours of Employment: 37-hour week, some overtime may be required.

Position Summary

The Manufacturing Engineer is responsible for supporting the day to day activities of the assembly, test and development departments.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Supporting manufacturing with technical issues, e.g. design, documentation, specifications etc.
  • Tool and fixture design, quotation and implementation
  • New product introduction from initial bid, design reviews, equipment specification, shop floor layout through to final pass off to manufacturing
  • Continuous improvement, cost out initiatives, process flow improvements and Takt Improvement
  • Participate in Lean initiatives
  • Transfer of product between facilities to maximise efficiencies
  • Key interface between supporting departments, and manufacturing including Quality, Engineering and Planning
  • Engage in the completion of safety risk assessment, ergonomics, to maintain a safe working environment
  • Perform 8D RCA for yield, build or quality issues when required.
  • Completion of any work-related tasks, which would be deemed reasonable of this role.

Skills and Experiences


  • Proven experience of the manufacture (Assembly & Test) of hydro-mechanical equipment and products
  • An in-depth knowledge of production (A&T) processes, methods procedures, systems & equipment
  • Experience with PFMEA Control Plans and APQP processes
  • Experience in the use of Solidworks cad package an advantage
  • Eng. qualification preferred but not essential.
  • Educated to an HND/ HNC level or 5 years of experience as a Manufacturing Engineer as a minimum requirement.