The Engineering Technician will will be responsible for performing all Manufacturing Introduction Builds, line trials and maintaining the PMI area. This person is expected to be able to execute against provided manufacturing instructions (when available), validate their own work, check the quality of previous operations. Cross functional mentoring of production associates and other members of the Manufacturing staff are key components of success for this role. The Engineering Technician is expected to be able to provide feedback, lead builds in defined area, define standard work, suggest process improvements. Experience with hand tools and use of semi-automated manufacturing equipment is necessary as well as the ability to meet scheduled goal dates.
Perform complex and precise electro-mechanical assembly work and be able to work independently once a task is assigned, make connections with other employees, works fluidly with the team to achieve great results.
Typically involves a variety of operations, including troubleshooting and rework, requiring a sufficient understanding of the functional operation of the items assembled as well as the finished product.
Must be able to work from complex and detailed manufacturing documentation, drawings, and/or verbal and written instructions and specialized fixtures/test equipment.
Have a quick and flexible approach to problem solving, task juggling, and collaboration.
Responsible for quality activities, including self-inspection, and inspection. Be comfortable working on multiple projects simultaneously, interacting with multiple teams.
Updates production records and test results, records process improvements, and manufacturability suggestions.
Communicates test results, ideas and problems to supervisor and engineers.
Identify discrepant materials/components both in writing and verbally to supervisor.
Complete tasks as directed by manufacturing schedules and within standard times and maintain a clean and orderly work area.
Escalate build issues through the proper channels and group until resolution
Coach and effectively lead production teams through launches
Support PMI Trial build activities
Maintain NPI Pilot Lines to keep current with changes in product design and manufacturing process
AS degree or other with demonstrated evidence of exceptional ability
Minimum of 4 years' experience in assembly of electro-mechanical components.
Previous experience collaborating, leading, and mentoring indirect reporting teams of 5 or more
Basic understanding of electrical, pneumatic, and mechanical systems.
Ability to read and understand manufacturing instructions and mechanical drawings with basic understanding of electrical systems.
Must have a high level of craftsmanship and attention to detail married with the ability to work quickly.
Basic machine shop skills desired
Ability to perform repetitious duties while standing for long periods of time.
Ability to lift 30 lbs
Responsible for maintaining a safe working environment.
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