Manufacturing Engineer III

SUMMARY

Analyze existing processes, recommend and implement process improvements. Review documentation requirements, generate manufacturing instructions and procedures, and generate ECN’s to correct errors or improve manufacturability. Lead DFT/Lean/Six Sigma teams on specific projects, work under general supervision with wide latitude for independent judgment. Provide mentoring of less experienced engineers within the department.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Utilize DFT/Lean/Six Sigma principals to lead project teams in improving processes, product flow, OTD, and product quality
  • Work closely with Manufacturing and Engineering groups to develop, coordinate and implement technical training of employees
  • Generate time/labor standards and routings to enable an understanding of capacity, load and efficiency
  • Design assembly fixtures and tooling to aid in the manufacture of assemblies and sub-assemblies
  • Develop and maintain operational procedures
  • Generate manufacturing instructions and procedures in support of product build requirements and generate ECN’s as required
  • Support the introduction of new products through DFM reviews, product readiness reviews, process and fixture development, and assembly documentation
  • Review defect data, analyze potential root causes and implement corrective actions as required

EDUCATION/CERTIFICATION

Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical, Industrial or Chemical Engineering or a related field

EXPERIENCE

  • 8+ years’ experience in a manufacturing environment
  • SMT Experience
  • Wave Solder Experience
  • Printed Circuit Card assembly experience
  • Six Sigma/Lean experience a plus

SPECIAL SKILLS

Computer skills including Microsoft project, Word, Power Point, Excel, Visio, Auto-Cad LT, ERP systems preferred.

WORKING CONDITIONS

Working conditions are normal for an engineering environment. Work involves lifting of materials and products up to 50 pounds. Equipment operation requires the use of safety equipment to include but not limited to; eye safety glasses, and hearing protectors. The hired candidate will be working with units producing high voltages, and possibly producing x-rays. Loose fitting clothes and jewelry are not permitted.

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