The senior manufacturing engineer is responsible for providing manufacturing engineering services to support efficient manufacturing processes. Engineering services may include cell management, process development, project management, process validation, tool design, and trouble shooting.
Principal Duties and Responsibilities
- Creating, maintaining, and improving controlled technical documents such as prints, procedures, bill of materials and routers.
- Supporting a wide variety of processing applications such as machining, finishing, forging, casting, cleaning, heat treating, bonding, molding, etc.
- Conducting feasibility study to estimate product cost and analyze capital equipment, capacity, and capability requirements
- Establishing and improving process methods which meet performance and quality requirements
- Developing and executing project plans and schedules for work activities
- Communicate (written and verbal) direction and project plans with appropriate personnel from other departments.
- Evaluating multiple options to select the most appropriate processes and machining methods
- Execute equipment qualification or process validation project(s)
Expected Areas of Competence
- Skilled and knowledgeable in manufacturing and new product processing
- Competence with drafting standards and geometric dimensioning and tolerancing
- Ability to balance marketing, manufacturing, and design requirements to meet customer requirements
- Ability to lead and prioritize multiple medium complexity project assignments and complete work in a timely manner
- Good problem solving skills through the use of quality and statistical tools
- Ability to effectively work within a cross-functional team to complete critical project tasks
- Demonstrates good written and verbal communication skills
- Experienced with control procedures, such as the Change Management System, Nonconformance Reports, Engineering Specifications, Corrective and Preventive Action (CAPA), and Work Instructions
- Proficient with Statistical Process Control concepts, process development, CNC programming terminology, and tooling design concepts
- Microsoft Office Suite and Project
B.S. in engineering with a minimum of 3-5 years of manufacturing engineering experience. Or other technical or advanced degree plus 5 years of experience in an engineering or technical role.
Knowledge in Lean Principles and or Six Sigma or other problem solving methodology is preferred.
Up to 10%
Relocation assistance available