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Process Engineer

Wales   •  35-40K  •  Permanent, Full time

Our client is a global technology solutions company, creating the next generation of advanced materials to improve mechanical, thermal and electrical properties for their client’s products.

An opportunity has arisen for a Process Engineer with working experience in graphene, plasma enhanced materials and nanomaterials to work within their production department.


  • BEng in Chemical Engineering or related
  • Experience of working in a manufacturing development environment
  • Ability to analyse process, identify improvements and translate into a manufacturing environment.
  • Knowledge and practical use of production and process tools, such as FMEA, 8D, Root Cause Analysis, SPC etc.
  • A good understanding of materials and importance of correct handling, processing and storage.
  • A good understanding of mechanical systems and devices and an appreciation of electrical interactions.
  • Knowledge and practical application of KPis and metrics
  • Capable of liaising with internal and external suppliers to support needs of the company.


  • Identify opportunities for process improvements.
  • Make recommendations and develop improved material and process analysis techniques as and when appropriate, these should be supported by verifiable SOP’s.
  • Collate process parameters and liaise with the analytical staff to establish process trends.
  • Working with the analytical team, become conversant with testing procedures such that if required you could competently provide analytic support.
  • Establish processing SPC analysis
  • As and when required provide practical support for projects
  • Attend appropriate training courses, seminars and conferences as may be required by the company
  • Prepare formal technical and process reports for internal and external customers.
  • Maintain equipment, using external resources as necessary
  • Working closely with the manufacturing team to provide rapid product analysis and also become conversant with operating procedures such that if required you could competently provide support for production.
  • Understand operation schedule
  • Work within ISO guidelines
  • Ensuring good “5S” standards throughout the manufacturing area
  • Provide operation feedback to facilitate smooth operational performance and process development.
  • Undertake tasks required by the executive board in support of business growth and technology exploitation
  • Perform other tasks as maybe defined by the company executive in support of the business needs.

The above statements are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all duties and responsibilities required. The Company will reasonably require you to perform other duties from time to time as necessary to meet the needs of the business.


  • Proven practical hands-on abilities including work shop skills
  • Proven experience of leading and working within multi-disciplined teams
  • Excellent planning and organisational skills with theability to effectively prioritise and execute tasks
  • Ability to prepare, analyse and interpret data
  • High level understanding in MS Office.
  • Excellent communication skills.
  • Highly self-motivated, open minded and flexible

To apply for this position, candidates must be living in the UK and eligible to work.

Skills: Chemical Engineering, Graphene, Plasms,

nanomaterial resins, nanomaterial-based inks and coatings for the print and sensor markets, ink for biomedical sensors, silicon carbide fibres and whiskers that strengthen ceramics.

You must have the right to work in the UK. Learn more

  • Agency: ST Recruitment
  • Contact: Sam
  • Phone: 01737241823
  • Reference: HEWA-11
  • Updated: 5th September 2023
  • Expires: 26th September 2023

ST Recruitment

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