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Manufacturing Engineer CV Template + Tips and Download

By: Sobhan Mohmand, Editorial manager       Last updated: 9 Oct 2018

Tip: Use the Manufacturing Engineer CV Template below as an example to help you write your own personal and fully-tailored CV.

Emily Clark

48 Wellington Road
Dorset
DB11 3LL
Mob: 079 4336 8955       Email: emily.clark@live.co.uk

Personal profile statement

I am a committed, hardworking and reliable Manufacturing Engineer with a strong manufacturing/engineering background and a positive attitude to challenges and opportunities. I have previously worked in busy, fast-paced and challenging environments with a track record of introducing improved methods of manufacture, resulting in reduced costs and increased operational efficiency. I take ownership of my tasks, and I’m willing to go the extra mile to deliver and exceed expectations where possible. My current job role involves supporting production in several areas; therefore prioritising my work activities is a key strength that I have developed.

Achievements

  • Achieved a 2:1 degree in Manufacturing Engineering
  • Three recommendation letters from former lecturers and current employer

Education

2011 – 2014 BEng Manufacturing Engineering The University of Nottingham Grade achieved: [2:1]

Relevant Modules:

  • Introduction to Materials and Materials Forming
  • Design and Manufacture
  • Mechanics of Solids
  • Dynamics of Mechanical Systems
  • Automated Manufacture
  • Ergonomics in Design

2009 – 2011
Results: Design and Technology: A Science: B English: B
A Levels Regent College
2003 – 2009
Results: 12 GCSEs at Grades A*-C.
GCSEs Riverside Secondary School

Work experience

Apr 2015 – Present Manufacturing Engineer         Fizzler Products

Main duties performed:

  • Designing, implementing and refining products, processes and systems
  • Working on a production line on various shifts manufacturing a broad range of products
  • Designing and manufacturing a series of components
  • Providing support in the production area and ensuring the smooth progression of projects through manufacture and assembly
  • Ensuring the necessary documentation are in order and up-to-date
  • Introducing new manufacturing processes and systems
  • Actively participating in continuous improvement activities
  • Capturing and analysing data of manufacturing processes
  • Overseeing daily factory production to ensure that processes run according to schedule
  • Performing daily checks and carrying out root cause/failure analysis and resolution
  • Assisting the customer service department with fault diagnosis of returned products
  • Repairing returned products within the given timeframe
  • Making regular amendments to the documentation when new revisions of documents, drawings and bill of materials (BOM) are released
  • Redesigning or improving product/service functionality
  • Working with suppliers to ensure that products are delivered on time and to specifications
  • Ensuring that processes, materials and operations comply with regulations
  • Solving manufacturing issues, as and when they arise, in a timely and cost efficient manner
  • Advising the production team on best methods for manufacture and cost implications
  • Producing production plans for future and ongoing projects
  • Liaising with the design team and customers on the potential difficulties in producing the desired design to the specified requirements
  • Managing stock, including product parts, raw materials, packaging, etc.
  • Staying up-to-date with technological developments and advising the company accordingly
  • Carrying out necessary quality checks and safety procedures

Jul 2014 – Mar 2015 Trainee Engineer           Toyota

Main duties performed:

  • Helping with the manufacturing of car parts in a pressurised environment
  • Testing products for defects and recording their technical specifications
  • Registering all production work on the computer database
  • Assisting senior engineers with their projects

Qualifications

  • Diploma in Manufacturing and Product Design – ALISON
  • Level 2 in Leadership and Team Skills – ILM

Skills

  • Technical knowledge: I have the ability to read engineering drawings and specifications and applying the processes in the manufacturing line.
  • Computer Literacy: I am computer literate with in-depth knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Auto-CAD, Finite Element Analysis (ANSYS), FeatureCAM and Matlab.
  • Communication skills: I can effectively communicate complex concepts and ideas to both technical and non-technical audiences.

Hobbies and interests

My hobbies include going to the gym and keeping fit in general. I also enjoy going out with my friends and colleagues to restaurants and cinemas. Additionally, I like to keep myself up to date with the latest news in business, manufacturing and politics.

References

Mr Kevin Coleman
Senior Manufacturing Engineer, Fizzler Products
Address: 2 Almond Rd, Chester, CK8 3AS
Tel: 0777 4568 2346
Email: kevin.coleman@live.co.uk
Mr Muhammad Shafi
Manager, Toyota
Address: 7 Slough St, Durham, DJ7 9SE
Tel: 0910 6885 4533
Email: muhammad.s@gmail.com

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Tips

  • Technical Abilities: Some applicants are afraid to get “technical” on their CVs in the fear that the prospective employer may not understand their technical terminologies. However, a Manufacturing Engineer’s job is a high-skilled position which requires specialised training and a learned skill-set to perform the work. The only effective way to convey your knowledge and expertise in this field is to mention these advanced skills, methods and processes. Prospective employers are quite understanding of this and will generally not object to this; as long as you don’t overdo it.

Good Luck!

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OVERVIEW

  • SALARY RANGE
    £21.000 – £35.000
  • ENTRY
    Degree or Work Experience
  • WORKING HOURS
    38+ hours per week

Competencies

  • Computing Skills
    Ability to use IT systems and equipment effectively to accomplish tasks
  • Attention to Detail
    Ability to achieve thoroughness and accuracy in a given task
  • Innovation
    Finding “better ways” of completing required tasks and coming up with novel solutions
  • Hands-on
    Ability to use tools and equipment in a challenging working environment
  • Problem-solving
    Ability to come up with effective solutions to critical problems
  • Accuracy
    Taking  exact and accurate measurements and working with them accordingly

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