Process/Materials Engineer

DATS is recruiting for a Process/Materials Engineer to work with a prestigious client based in the Greater Manchester area on a permanent staff basis.

Role: Process/Materials Engineer
Position Type: Permanent
Hours: Full-time
Salary: Negotiable
Location: Greater Manchester
Industry: Manufacturing
Reference: HQ6461
Date Posted: 22/02/2018

What does the job involve?

As the Process/Materials Engineer, you will be responsible for executing process changes in order to achieve the best quality standards. In addition, the role will also require you to:

  • Advise on any technical issues and problems to provide solutions for light alloy products.
  • Provide new process designs and modification to improve product quality and manufacturing costs.
  • Design and specify new equipment to support new process designs.
  • Help to industrialise new products, progressing from laboratory development to commercial scale products.
  • Independently research new knowledge to solve problems that arise from ex

What skills and experience do you need?

  • Minimum degree qualification in metallurgy or materials subject.
  • Ideally MSc/ or PhD level qualification within metallurgy or materials subject.
  • Writing up and reporting technical documents with excellent attention to details.
  • Natural problem solver and have the desire and expertise in solving complex materials problems.
  • Fully aware of how the Manufacturing process affects product performance and quality

What are the pay and benefits?


If you feel this opportunity could be a fit for your skills and experience, please reply to this advert and one of our Consultants will contact you to discuss the role in more detail. Recruitment processes with our Clients usually move quickly and successful applicants will advance to interview stage promptly. Regrettably, only applicants who demonstrate the required experience outlined in the advert will be contacted.

If successful, candidates will need to prove eligibility and legal entitlement to work in the UK.