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CCL Design Electronics is an organisation that thrives on smart thinking. Whether you’re an accomplished professional or a promising new talent; your ideas will be welcomed in an atmosphere of collaboration and teamwork. With training and development programmes, expert colleagues to learn from and the chance to operate across a global network, you will have all the room you need to grow.

If you would like to find out more about the vacancies listed below, or about other opportunities around our network, please get in touch. We are always glad to hear from talented people.




Inspector, CCL Design UK, East Kilbride

Posted on May 7, 2021

CCL Design UK is seeking to hire an Inspector, based in East Kilbride in Scotland.

The purpose of this position to operate production equipment within specified work instructions and procedures.

You will report to the Shift Leaders.

Main Duties/Responsibilities:

  • To observe and work within our safety, quality, environmental, 5S and operational policies, processes, procedures and instructions
  • Set-up and operate Inspection machine to produce manufactured parts within the targets set for quality, yield and efficiency, driving towards a zero defects target
  • Conduct cleaning and assist with maintenance to a high standard
  • Maintain excellent housekeeping standards in the work area at all times
  • Assist in the continual improvement of key performance indicators
  • Provide ongoing feedback on equipment, process and part performance that will aid the development of other individual’s skills and capabilities within the team
  • Ensure accurate and timely recording of all required documentation and data entry into our business system
  • Assist flexibly in other areas when required to ensure Production targets are met

Qualifications/Skills/Experience:

  • Previous experience in a high volume Manufacturing environment is desired
  • Basic colour theory
  • A record of achieving targets set including quality, waste and efficiency
  • Good attention to detail and naturally follows processes and procedures exactly
  • Able to demonstrate making continuous improvement in similar roles, preferably within a Company considered to be best in class
  • Knowledge of implementing problem solving techniques / quality tools
  • Team player who has a flexible approach within the team
  • Demonstrates good standards of housekeeping and work area disciplines
  • Computer literate and able to transact data accurately

Hours Of Work: The role is shift based working on a treble shift pattern of Early/Back/Night shifts rotating weekly. Flexibility will be required to modify this during high customer demand.

All applicants will be subject to a basic Disclosure check and must provide proof of eligibility to work in the UK.

Please note that due to levels of response, only successful applicant will be contacted.

We respectfully ask no agencies to contact us regarding this vacancy.

Please contact us for more information.



Process Engineer, CCL Design UK, East Kilbride

Posted on April 28, 2021

CCL Design UK is seeking to hire a Process Engineer, based in East Kilbride in Scotland.

The purpose of this position to support the Production Process ensuring equipment capability and process related performance is consistently achieved.

You will report to the Production Manager.

Main Duties/Responsibilities:

Sustaining Equipment & Process Performance:

  • Measure machine equipment for Capability, reliability and repeatability
  • Daily review of Production status with Shift Leaders for all key Product Related Issues. (e.g. Yield, Product Fails, Bottlenecks)
  • Work closely with the maintenance department to ensure all equipment is working correctly and any mechanical issues are reported and resolved
  • Work with operators to ensure process requirements are being applied as defined
  • Review production performance KPIs, escalating any concerns to Shift Leader
  • New Equipment Identification, Selection and Introduction with experience of building supplier relationships and keeping up to date with current industry trends and technology

Continuous Improvement - Drive to simplify and improve processes within the department:

  • Measure and identify ways of improving processes, ensuring changes are implemented effectively
  • Identify bottle necks within the process, due to processing issues, look for ways to resolve and action
  • Ensure all necessary equipment is available, well maintained and in good working order
  • Train and develop the team through the transfer of knowledge
  • Weekly Meetings with Production team to drive CI activity

Qualifications/Skills/Experience:

  • HNC in an Engineering or equivalent experience
  • Printing Industry and Process experience – Flexo, Digital, Screen, Converting
  • Process Capability – working knowledge of statistical process control (for example fingerprinting, CPK trials)
  • Preventative maintenance process knowledge
  • Working knowledge of production trials e.g. DOE
  • Problem solving (e.g. 8D)
  • Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to motivate people to achieve targets
  • Excellent communication skills and the ability to challenge performance from other areas
  • Strong data analysis skills utilizing Excel or other relevant tools
  • Understanding of quality systems
  • Contributes to a Continuous Improvement culture

All applicants will be subject to a basic Disclosure check and must provide proof of eligibility to work in the UK.

Please note that due to levels of response, only successful applicant will be contacted.

We respectfully ask no agencies to contact us regarding this vacancy.

Please contact us for more information.