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Manufacturing Engineer

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Gables Search Group, Inc. Chicago , IL 60290

Posted 2 months ago

Large Equipment
Chicago IL

Work in a low volume highly complex manufacturing facility while providing technical support to Manufacturing
Establish and document standard design processes and products.
Assist Manufacturing in determining proper testing procedures per Industry Standards and Customer requirements
Generate and review drawings used and created by the Mechanical & Electrical Engineers, designers, and drafters to document electronic assemblies and Bills of Material for orders
Modify and/or simplify product designs for improved manufacturing in order to reduce cost without compromising product quality and function.
Work with Sales & Marketing and Development Engineering with projects to enhance existing and develop new product lines.
Develop schedules, coordinate and manage projects of all sizes with little to no supervision.
Interface with purchasing and vendors in the modification and approval of component parts and assemblies.


Bachelors Degree Engineering OR 3+ years of hands on experience in lieu of Degree
Experience with low volume manufacturing and highly complex large products is a MUST!
Experience in basic electrical troubleshooting, creating drawings, and assemblies.
CAD software is a must

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Manufacturing Engineer

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Gables Search Group, Inc.