Under the direction of the Director of Manufacturing, the Manufacturing Engineering Manager will manage the manufacturing engineering activities:
- Functioning as a liaison between design engineering and production
- Performing technical manufacturing functions, and
- Supporting the manufacturing activities.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
- Supervise and schedule the work activities of manufacturing technicians and CNC programmers.
- Maintain and expand the company's welding procedures, process, inspection and certification requirements to ASME standards.
- Lead the company's safety program with associated meetings, activities and reports.
- Review engineering releases (drawings and BOM) for completeness and accuracy, documenting engineering errors and omissions through engineering change requests.
- Participate in concurrent design reviews with engineering product development teams
- Recommend drawing changes to design engineering that facilitate product manufacturability.
- Develop process routings, defining the required operations to manufacture products
- Calculate production rates (setup and run) for each process routing operation
- Define, research, document and purchase required tools to process products
- Design fixtures required for manufacturing processes
- Generate CNC programs required to process products
- Identify pertinent part characteristics and prepare process verification sheets
- Support manufacturing operations by working with production management and direct manufacturing personnel in developing solutions to manufacturing problems
- Investigate and implement advanced manufacturing techniques.
- Lead lean manufacturing and continuous improvement activities.
- Conduct appropriate experimentation, analysis and justification for process changes.
- Define, manage, measure and report relevant Key Performance Indicators (KPI's)
- Mechanical design fundamentals (CAD, SolidWorks preferred)
- Computer assisted programming (CAM, MasterCam preferred)
- Metal cutting tools
- Fabrication and welding
- Safety standards
- Mechanical assembly
- Quality processes (six sigma)
- Written and verbal communication skills
- Analytical skills and ability to interpret data
- Decision making, problem solving and organizational skills
- Ability to lead a team and work jointly across departments
Education and/or Experience:
- B.S. Industrial Engineering, Manufacturing Engineering or equivalent combination of education and experience in process/manufacturing engineering fundamentals. Minimum 15 years of experience required with 5 years relevant leadership experience in a product manufacturing environment.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin or protected veteran status.
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