Manufacturing Engineer

RMS Company Coon Rapids , MN 55433

Posted 2 months ago

rms is a state of the art facility with the latest technology in precision machines to produce components for the medical device and aerospace industries. Our Manufacturing Engineers provide engineering support to rms teams with particular emphasis on developing capable manufacturing processes, implementing cellular manufacturing techniques and certifying processes to provide superior products to our customers.


Manufacturing Engineer

Responsibilities:
  • Initiates and completes technical activities leading to new or improved products or processes for current and next generation programs

  • Analyzes and solves problems from basic engineering principles, theories and concepts through to a wide range of complex and advanced problems

  • Maintains and approves device routers/BOMs (bill of materials)

  • Monitors performance of equipment, machines and tools

  • Maintains and approves manufacturing procedures

  • Designs, coordinates fabrication and implements process fixturing or gauging

  • Resolves non-conformances and participates on Material Review Board

  • Analyzes and maps processes, assesses efficiency, and implements complex project activities

  • Assists with part cost estimation

  • Takes guidance from more senior engineers

  • Partners with the other business segments: sales/marketing, customer service, engineering, quality, and finance

  • Understands customer needs and the core business markets we serve

  • Ensures business systems are implemented, maintained, and functioning properly

  • Participates in the Operational Excellence Program

  • Supports and complies with the company's Quality System, ISO, and medical device requirements

Manufacturing Engineer Education:

  • Bachelor's Degree in Mechanical, Industrial, or other Engineering science

Manufacturing Engineer Experience:

  • Minimum of 3 years of engineering experience in a manufacturing setting; including state of the art manufacturing technology/concepts and cost reductions

  • Prefer 5 or more years of engineering experience in a manufacturing setting

  • Manufacturing process design and validation

  • Manufacturing equipment and fixture/gauge design

  • Lean manufacturing, including statistical analysis

  • Manufacturing automation, including electronic visual inspection

  • 3D CAD software (i.e. ProE, Unigraphics, Solidworks, etc.)

  • High level of energy, personal accountability and integrity

  • Highly detail oriented; checks own work, keeps accurate records, organizes information effectively

  • Ability to tolerate ambiguity, multiple priorities and short deadlines

  • Ability to travel overnight, by land or air

  • Ability to use Microsoft Office (Word/Excel/PowerPoint) and ERP and other business-related systems

Manufacturing Engineer Desired

Skills:
  • Project Management and/or Project Engineering experience preferred

  • GD&T and Blueprint interpretation preferred

  • Engineering experience with medical devices

  • Experience with Design for Manufacturing (DFM)

  • Experience in an ISO13485/GMP environment preferred

Applicants will receive consideration for employment regardless of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, disability, age, marital status, or status with regard to public assistance.


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