Manufacturing enterprises remain the largest economic contributor of the engineering-based industries, but in a recent survey 62% of manufacturing employers said there was a lack of candidates with appropriate qualifications.
With the emergence of Industry 4.0, technology and interconnectivity is transforming the world of manufacturing and the connected factory is becoming more widespread. Developments in genetics, artificial intelligence, robotics, nanotechnology, 3D printing and biotechnology are all building on and amplifying one another. As the manufacturing industry advances the engineers of the future will need to be creative, adaptable and ready to take on new skills.
We understand every manufacturer is unique with its own culture, environment, priorities and retailers, which is why we offer a bespoke recruitment service to find the right talent for your team.
Our specialisms include manufacturing roles within the automotive, aerospace, space and defence industries, placing candidates with experience of lean manufacturing, Six Sigma, 5S, Kaizen, Kanban, continuous improvement, root cause analysis, value stream mapping, OEE and TPM.
A flavour of the roles we hire for
- Continuous Improvement Engineers
- Engineer Value Stream Managers
- Maintenance Technicians
- Manufacturing Engineers
- Manufacturing Managers
- Process Engineers
- Production Engineers
- Production Managers
- Quality Engineers
- Quality Managers
- Quality Technicians (Quality Control)
Clients we work with
What our clients say
Emma Donnelly, HR Advisor, Orangebox
Over the past 3 years we have worked closely with IntaPeople to fill several technical and senior roles within Orangebox. We have consistently received an excellent service which has remained open and honest throughout. One of the key things for us is working with a recruitment agency who listen to our needs and the consultants at IntaPeople have taken the time to understand our business, to find the right people to match not only our skill requirements but also our culture. Our dedicated account manager has always been completely transparent with us, providing valuable feedback on the market conditions and our competitiveness as an employer.
Business Services Manager, Babcock International Group
We have been consistently impressed with the level of service provided by IntaPeople. Their strong technical understanding and dedicated approach has enabled us to bring the best people on board with minimum fuss.
The team are professional, proactive and keep us well-informed at every stage of the recruitment process. We therefore have no hesitation in recommending IntaPeople to others.
HR Manager, Equinix
Having provided us with a number of quality mechanical and electrical engineering professionals, lntaPeople have shown themselves to be very capable recruiters.
They recognise the true meaning of a partnership, taking time to understand your exact business requirements and ensuring that this knowledge is duly applied throughout the recruitment process.
Their professional and thorough approach has been a real breath of fresh air, and has meant the quality of candidates submitted is always extremely high.
I am a technically and commercially astute recruiter, sourcing professional engineering and manufacturing candidates within the technology, design, electronics and software, aerospace, defence, automotive, pharmaceutical and medical device markets. I have a true interest in new emerging technologies and I am pleased to be the recruitment partner of choice for a variety of companies; from start-ups right through to corporate business level.
How long should it take to fill a tech vacancy?
In the UK, it takes 65 days on average to fill a tech vacancy, from advertising to having an offer accepted. Your role is vacant even longer when you factor in notice periods; usually a month (maybe three months for highly technical roles). Is 65 days reasonable? How long should it take to fill a tech vacancy?25.06.2019