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BOM / Bill of Materials Controller

  • Location: Alcester
  • Salary: Negotiable per year
  • Job Type:Permanent

Posted about 1 month ago

  • Sector: Engineering
  • Contact: Dan Kirkpatrick
  • Contact Email: d.kirkpatrick@jamrecruitment.co.uk
  • Start Date: ASAP
  • Expiry Date: 09 December 2021
  • Job Ref: 048291ALL_1635436089

An innovative Medical Device business with a market leading product is looking for a BOM / Bill of Materials Controller to work on a product that really makes a different to people's lives. This role is available on a hybrid working basis - 3 days in the office and 2 days at home each week.

The Role

As a BOM / Bill of Materials Controller, you'll be the single point of contact for all product data such as bills of materials, item masters and product configurations. You'll work closely with other departments to ensure all product data is valid and uniform whilst ensuring all product changes are managed through the change control process. Other responsibilities will include identifying and implementing opportunities for product cost down and continuous improvement.

You…

To succeed in the role of BOM / Bill of Materials Controller, you'll need to have experience of a similar role with a good understanding of multi-level BOM from an engineering environment. At least some of your experience will need to have been in a regulated industry, ideally medical device, pharma or life sciences.

The Package

In return you'll receive a competitive salary (please get in touch for details on this) + 25 days' (plus BH) + 6% employer pension. In addition, the company is committed to both training and development along with career progression.

Apply

This type of role doesn't come around often, especially with such a game changing product, so if you're interested, please send your CV through the apply now button.

JAM Recruitment is acting as an employment agency with regards to this position.

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