BURN – Tooling Engineer.

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 Location: Ruiru

Roles and responsibilities

  • Design, analysis, and costing of the required sheet metal soft and production tools.
  • Work closely with the machinists to ensure successful machining, and cutting operations for all the tool parts.
  • Carry out tools building/assembly activities.
  • Helping in managing the tooling workshop’s materials and hardware warehouse.
  • Work closely with the New Product Development teams to ensure design for manufacturability.
  • Carry out all assigned tasks in outsourced tools purchases and machining projects.
  • Help in training tooling technicians and machinists on the best practices in sheet metal tooling design, machining, and building and maintenance activities.
  • Participate in root cause analysis sessions for tools breakdowns.
  • Help in achieving efficient utilization of the workshop’s machine tools.
  • Ensure conformity with the company’s SOPs, and help improving the tooling workshop procedures.

Degree qualifications

  • Bachelor of Engineering (BE)
  • Master of Engineering (MEng)
  • Engineer’s Degree

How To Apply

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