The primary function of the Manufacturing Engineer is direct support of the manufacturing processes associated with existing and new designs. This includes, but is not limited to, analysis of the manufacturing processes, process and equipment improvements, ensuring design parameters are controlled by the manufacturing process and creating and maintaining work instructions. In this position there is frequent interaction with the customer related to the technical aspects of the manufacturing process and existing designs.
- Define and document assembly process specifications.
- Analyze build issues for root cause and define rework instructions as necessary.
- Interface with customers for technical issues on assigned projects.
- Monitor production processes in manufacturing facilities.
- Review non-conforming material and justify use, rework, or rejection.
- Compile and interpret results of tests and analyses. Prepare reports, charts, and graphs.
- Observes and confers with equipment operators to ensure specified techniques are used.
- Recommends modification or change.
- Justify component and/or material substitutions for obsolete materials.
- Leads the implementation of new process equipment definition, fabrication (in house or vendor), installation, and modification of equipment to ensure that critical standards are met.
- Define fixturing needs for improving manufacturing processes.
- Provide Cost Estimates for Materials, Documentation, and/or Labor.
- Strong analytical and problem solving skills, detail oriented.
- Strong technical verbal and written communication skills.
- Highly motivated and self-directed.
- Working knowledge of Statistical Process Control (SPC).
- Proficient with Windows operating systems and Microsoft Office programs.
Educational and Experience Requirements:
- Bachelors of Science Degree in Mechanical Engineering or related field.
- 1-3 years of experience supporting an industrial product manufacturing environment.
Interested applicants must contact email@example.com