Castings at Nissan Sunderland is where aluminium cylinder heads are produced before moving on to Unit Machining. To be part of this respected team, you will need be highly motivated, with excellent technical skill level and a proactive approach to resolving issues and implementing long term countermeasures.
Tom served a five-year apprenticeship here at Nissan, learning hands-on practical skills such as turning, milling, welding and grinding, while studying for an HNC in Engineering. Tom has been able to move to Team Leader and then Stand-In Supervisor with further development of his skills in CADCAM and project management. The continental shift pattern, variety of work and exposure to a wide range of processes and skills (repair work, machining, project management, design and development, investigation work) give Tom the job satisfaction and enjoyment he seeks at work.
Our Castings Maintenance Technicians provide breakdown response cover and perform planned and reactive maintenance on a wide range of world-leading manufacturing plant equipment, working with leaders in their field on international and cross-functional projects. Using of state-of-the-art equipment, including advanced CAD systems and measurement systems, keeps this shop at the forefront of maintenance processes.
Working in what is fundamentally a foundry, Nissan Castings Maintenance Technicians are multi-skilled and have an understanding of a range of areas, including PLC control, robotics, HMI screens, relay logic control, fixed and variable speed drives, process control, hydraulics, pneumatics and mechanical transmissions.
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