Ultimate Line Team Member

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Location: Woking, GB

When our founder Bruce McLaren passed away at the age of 32 he left behind a legacy that has shaped who we are today. 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 Track 22 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.

 

Purpose of the role:

McLaren Automotive has recently introduced an Ultimate Line which is responsible for manufacturing all Ultimate and race series models. This role will play a pivotal role in providing market leading service to our global customer base.

 

Principal accountabilities:

  • Understand and follow detailed work instructions relating to the construction, painting or assembling of vehicles.
  • Ensure that all station operations on each vehicle are completed to the required timescale and quality standard.
  • Work as part of a team on the definition and solution of problems that may be affecting the quality, cost or productivity of the vehicles being produced.
  • Assist with the development of vehicle assembly processes for all assembly disciplines
  • Support with the development and specification of bespoke assembly tool and fixture equipment.
  • Support with the identification and specification of generic hand tool requirements for both prototype and production build phases.
  • Help with the generation of vehicle build concerns, documentation of and relevant root cause analysis
  • Provide support with assembly of prototype vehicles during the relevant prototype and development build phase
  • Support the manufacturing engineering manager with continuous improvement initiatives
  • Support the Product Design Engineering team in identifying resolutions for product related issues during the digital and prototype development phases to protect the product in the field and enhance brand strength
  • Work in conjunction cross functionally with the wider business organisation, to coordinate the smooth launch into production of new models and subsequent derivatives and model year changes ensuring all quality, cost and volume targets are achieved.

 

Knowledge, skills & experience:

It is preferred that the candidate will have value added experience with:

  • The field of production vehicle manufacturing
  • Prototype build activity
  • Vehicle production launch
  • Build concern reporting
  • Working to demanding time schedules
  • Process and product maturation
  • Working in small teams

 

Personal attributes:

  • Excellent attention to detail
  • Ability to act under pressure with calmness and clarity of thought
  • Determination to drive the business to ‘Best in Class’ performance standards
  • Methodical approach towards problem solving
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Extremely trustworthy
  • Flexible approach to working hours

 

We recognise that we can only achieve our vision with the dedication and collaboration of our world class employees.  It is our aim to become the employer of choice within the global automotive industry. To become the employer of choice we are always looking to develop our employee offerings. We currently offer a range of benefits to employees at all levels of the business including Private Healthcare, Contributory Pension Scheme, Life Assurance and Personal Lease Car Scheme. We also offer a range of discounts with our partner organisations.

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