Manufacturing Systems & Process Coordinator

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Location: Woking, GB

Who Are We:

When our founder Bruce McLaren passed away at the age of 35 he left behind a legacy that has shaped who we are today. Of course, we have an unrivalled heritage which has its roots in racing; but McLaren Automotive is now creating a story of its own and we want you to be a part of it.

For the next 6 years as part of McLaren’s Track22 plan, we are looking to invest £1 billion into Research and Development, leading to the launch of 15 all-new cars or derivatives during this period.

Keeping in line with our racing heritage and iconic sports cars, we embrace performance, quality, passion, and excellence, not just in our products but in our people too.


The Job:

You will be responsible for supporting a team of System and Process engineers with day-to-day activities and co-ordination of the various projects being completed by the team. You will assist the team in developing the manufacturing processes that change the way we build our cars through new model launches that are part of our Track22 plan.


The Role:

As our Manufacturing Systems & Process Administrator you will provide first hand support to the Management and members of the Systems and Process Engineering team.

You will have the opportunity to work with expert teams across the business as well as within your own functional groups to assist in delivering process improvement projects across the production facility.

What else will you get involved in?

  • Departmental KPI monitoring
  • Departmental reports
  • Department project tracking
  • Continuous improvement initiatives
  • Process instruction improvement
  • Maintaining department SharePoint system
  • Time and motion studies across production
  • Engineering change implementation into process
  • Quality focused build issue investigations


Who are we looking for?

As one of our team you will naturally have an understanding and appreciation for low volume, high value performance vehicle production and brand requirements.

We work in a fast-paced environment so the ability to act under pressure with calmness, clarity of thought and decisive authority is crucial. Change is a natural part of our business and candidates must be susceptible to plans and procedures changing frequently.

You will have the determination to drive forward the business to ‘Best in Class’ performance standards in line with brand expectations and be a lateral thinker able to think outside of the box to make structured and objective decisions.

Other traits of a successful McLaren employee will include excellent communication skills both written and verbal, to all levels of the business. Excellent attention to detail and strong data analysis skills including the use of all Microsoft Office applications, specifically with Microsoft Excel.



Ideally you will have experience with:

  • Continuous improvement initiatives within Method, Cost, Quality, Delivery & Safety
  • Manufacturing support within a mid to low volume assembly environment
  • Hours per Car generation and monitoring
  • Vehicle assembly process instructions and visuals
  • Trim and Final processes
  • End of Line vehicle processing / finishing


McLaren Automotive are growing and we are looking for you to help us continue to grow and improve the way we do things around here. Our people are at the heart of everything we do and take their roles very personally; often taking upon duties that are not detailed above to get the job done.

If this puts you off, then you need not apply… but if you are looking for a challenge and the opportunity to develop a truly breath-taking career with McLaren Automotive creating world class performance cars then what are you waiting for? Apply now.

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