POSITION SUMMARY: The Manufacturing Engineer will work independently, applying their skills and expertise creating solutions for internal and external processes. This position will also manage direct projects, to be completed in a timely manner, at or under budget.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Interface with the quality department to develop robust work instructions, checklists, TEIs, FMEAs, control plans and other documentation as required
Company advocate for continuous improvement; implementing new ideas to improve safety, quality, cost, or productivity
Formulate new, innovative approaches to solve technical problems
Create and communicate project tasks and deliverables, and manage time to meet project deadlines and costs. This includes reporting pertinent information at key milestones through clear, concise oral and written communications
Address problems through proper root cause analysis, data-based solutions/options and plans; and communicate to team ensuring timely execution
Design, fabricate and maintain production tooling, specifications and drawings utilizing AutoCad Suite
Assist in specifying and sourcing capital equipment
Update and sustain preventative and unscheduled maintenance system
Provide technical assistance and support to our internal & external customers via teleconferences, onsite customer visits, etc
Implement Kester toolbox methodologies including 80/20, in-lining and MRD within the production department
Lead USA events, continuous improvement projects and new product introduction and scale-up
Support the identification and implementation of Statistical Process Control Parameters and Internal Process Parameters (IPPs)
Support scale up team from lab scale to low volume production and ramp to high volume manufacturing
Ensure ISO processes and documentation (procedures, work instructions, etc.) are up to date for all engineering systems
Develop equipment and process Bills of Materials and maintaining of spare part lists
Additional duties and tasks as assigned
B.S. in Mechanical / Manufacturing engineering with a minimum 5 years relevant industry experience including process engineering and the design, fabrication, and maintenance of production tooling.
Effective project management skills and knowledge of the engineering aspect of manufacturing equipment, its principle of operation, purpose, and its interaction with the product
Ability to apply mathematical concepts such as statistics, fundamentals of plane and solid geometry, trigonometry, fractions, percentages, ratios, and proportions to practical situations as well as application to processes and designs.
Understands statistics and application to manufacturing processes including statistical process control (SPC), design of experiments (DOE), statistical hypothesis testing.
Able to identify and define problem, apply root-cause analysis techniques, and execute a resolution plan.
Able to apply Lean Manufacturing, 5S, Kan Ban, change control, ISO to real-life manufacturing processes.
Understanding of process control principles and possess knowledge of drafting basics and dimensioning
Fluent in AutoCAD Suite and MS Office suite and familiarity SQL databases.
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