£45 per hour
about 2 months ago
Yolk Recruitment are recruiting for a New Production Introduction (NPI) Manager to work with one of the country’s largest and most innovate manufacturing companies.
You will be working on a new line of products that are set to radically change the automotive industry.
This is an exciting opportunity for a NPI manager looking to gain more experience in cutting edge automotive and propulsion technologies.
- Responsible for NPI framework definition and process delivery
- Works with the NPI Governance team (Technology Innovation Manager and NPI Advisor) to develop and deploy the sector NPI Framework and processes
- Defines governance mechanisms e.g. meetings / escalation / change control with support of Technology Innovation Manger
- Ensure EHS requirements are “built in” to the NPI process
- Creates and maintains procedural documentation & templates
- Ensures alignment to the NPI Framework across the organisation
- Provide internal assurance for process governance - Monitoring, implementing corrective action and coordinating and chairing sector governance meetings
- Ensures product development status is communicated and clearly understood by the business
- Owns phase review schedule (IDEA to CLOSE-OUT), ensures correct participants in attendance / conformance to process
- Work with business functions to ensure new opportunities are directed through the NPI process
- Defines NPI training matrix with support of Technology Innovation Manger, ensures KeyedIn™ training and administration
- Puts in place mechanisms for NPI SharePoint and project documentation monitoring
- Supports the development of the NPI SharePoint site
- Develops NPI training materials / tools / systems in conjunction with the NPI Governance Team
- Experience working in or suppling to the automotive industry
- Experience in the New Product Introduction and Management of change process
- PRINCE 2, APM or PMI qualified
- Experience of quality management standards and tools e.g., APQP Core Tools, IATF16949
- Knowledge of Fuel cells / Electrolysers and the manufacturing processes