NPI Manufacturing Engineer


We are working for a leading Engineering and Manufacturing Client, who due to on-going success are now strengthening a number of their Engineering Teams. They are looking for a Manufacturing Engineer to take a lead role in the interface between Design and Manufacturing.


Reporting to the Head of Design and working within a large team of Designers you will be required to take ownership of the design and manufacturing process for product changes and NPI.

You will also be required to assist and control Engineering Changes and new Design releases, Support production with the introduction of new products and launch issues and the development and improvement of Design to Production processes and procedures.


We are looking for a Manufacturing Engineer ideally with a background in Design Engineering. Equally you could be a strong Design Engineer with experience across manufacturing who wants to move their career into a Process and Systems environment.

Degree or equivalent in Mechanical, Manufacturing or Design Engineering.
At least 3 years Manufacturing Engineering with strong Design Engineering experience. Design Engineering experience must include use of systems such as; Solid Works, PRO-E, CATIA or Unigraphics or similar.
Ideally 3+ years working within a manufacturing and Engineering environment.
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills to interface with Customers, Designers and Manufacturing.
Results driven with a can-do attitude to ensure solutions.
Ability to build and maintain relationships with internal and external customers.


A highly competitive market leading salary and package is available for the successful candidate.

JOB REF - BHJOB4946_1318

LOCATION - Lisburn, Lurgan, Craigavon, Portadown, Banbridge

SALARY - £30,000 - £38,500



An exciting opportunity for a newly qualified Accountant or Accounts Technician has arisen in Omagh.

CMB Recruitment is delighted to be recruiting for an experience accountant for our client in Omagh.

Reporting directly to the Group Financial Controller this is an excellent opportunity to join one of the largest red meat processing companies in the UK and Ireland.

The successful candidate must be a fully qualified Accounts Technician or a recently Qualified Accountant who will have overall responsibility for managing the finances of one of our business units.

You should be able to demonstrate leadership and managerial ability with strong decision-making skills.

You should have a professional and presentable manner with strong confidence in your ability.

The successful candidate will be responsible for a wide range of roles within a busy finance team including:

Preparation of weekly accounts
Preparation of periodic (4 week) management accounts
Interpretation of the accounts, providing meaningful analysis and commentary
Working closely with the General Manager of the business unit to identify important business issues that need addressed including identification of cost savings
Assistance with the preparation of annual statutory accounts
Group VAT returns (NI & ROI) / RCT returns
Managing and mentoring the finance team within the business unit
Ad hoc duties to support the Group finance function and the Group Financial Controller including the preparation of ad-hoc reports.
The Company reserves the right to enhance the criteria to facilitate shortlisting. Closing date for the receipt of applications / CV’s is Sunday 3rd February 2019.

JOB REF - BHJOB4946_1154


SALARY - £25,000 to £35,000


Production Supervisor

Production Supervisor

Location: Lisburn

Working Hours: 3pm to 11pm, Monday to Friday

The Company

The company employ over 1000 people at multiple Co Antrim locations and have grown consistently over the past 20 years. They are very much the UK market leader in their industry!

They are seeking to fill a number of roles, as part of their continued expansion!

The Role

The post holder will have overall responsibility for the day-to-day supervision of designated teams to ensure the timely manufacture, despatch and delivery of product within budgeted and planned cost, quality and time parameters.

• Plan and co-ordinate, in conjunction with the other Supervisors as required, the timely manufacture or despatch of product within your designated teams to achieve your team objectives and balanced scorecard Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) as determined by management.
• To ensure effective, safe, accurate and timely stock management.
• Be responsible for ensuring that the quality of the product and service within your area is maintained at the highest possible standards for the customer.
• Ensure ISO 9001 (2008) controls and procedures are strictly adhered to.
• Meet weekly departmental/team quality targets.
• Carry out random quality inspections and ensure full checks are made on all remakes/ repairs/ special orders, etc.
• Implement the company’s Health and Safety Policy, ensuring safe working conditions and practices within your area of responsibility (e.g. manual handling, use of PPE, safe use of machinery and equipment, stacking & storage, etc.).
• Carry out health & safety audits and inspections as required. Record & report findings and take, or follow-up on, relevant corrective action.
• Ensure that a high standard of general housekeeping is maintained on a ‘clean as you go basis’.
• Liaise with the maintenance team to ensure preventive, breakdown and specialist maintenance of all machinery and equipment within your area, ensuring that all maintenance schedules and records are updated accordingly.
• Effective forward planning to ensure departmental actions under the New Product Development Process (NPDP) are completed on time and within budget.
• Overall responsibility for all aspects of the effective supervision, training & development and health, safety & welfare of your team.
• Provide strong leadership, direction and mentoring, thereby fostering and sustaining co-operation and team spirit.
• Work closely with the Process Engineer to review and make practicable improvements to workflow, work processes and efficiencies within own area in line with company and departmental objectives, using balance scorecards. Use recognised business improvement techniques where practicable.

Essential Criteria
• GCSE Grade C passes to include English & Maths (or equivalent)
• A minimum of 3 years recent, relevant supervisory experience gained within a manufacturing environment.
• Experience of managing teams within tight quality and efficiency parameters.
• Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office packages and in particular, Excel.

Desirable Criteria
• Qualification in Supervisory Management
• Relevant qualification in production or manufacturing
• Hold a forklift license
• Experience of Quality Systems (preferably ISO 9001 2008)
• Knowledge/application of business improvement techniques
• Experience of employee relations
• Experience of training/developing staff

Please Contact Glenda for further info

JOB REF - BHJOB4946_1079

LOCATION - Antrim / Down

SALARY - £20,000 to £30,000